We will be conducting inspections of the community twice a month. The inspections will never be on trash collection days. When a violation is noted the following action will take place.
First violation – a courtesy notice will be sent to the homeowner
Second violation – a 2nd notice will be sent to the homeowner advising them that a repeat violation has been noted and that failure to cure the problem will result in a $100.00 fine being assessed.
Third violation – A Fine Notice is sent to the homeowner via certified mail and USPS first class mail advising them that they have been previously notified of the violations and failure to cure the problem has resulted in a $100.00 fine being assessed, and a $100.00 fine will be assessed for each occurrence that the violation continues. The homeowner has the right to appeal the fine to the Board within 30 days.
If there is no violation for a 6 month period, the clock would reset to a courtesy letter. The easiest way to avoid receiving a fine is to follow the deed restrictions.
The HOA Board and PAMCO Management Company have the ability to issue warning letters, impose fines, work with an attorney to place liens on properties, and to foreclose on properties as a last resort.
These processes take time to research, vote on, and bring to resolution. If you have an immediate safety concern, you must contact the appropriate City of Pflugerville department to get a quick resolution. Several helpful departments include Police, Fire, and Code Enforcement. If you are not sure which department can help you, contact the Citizens Communication Line at 512-251-4004.
To protect all neighbors from the most extreme cases of home neglect, the SBOA has instituted a fine schedule to help with enforcement. The goal of the fines are to expedite fixing the problem through fines that grow exponentially if the home owner ignores the problem.