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Homeowner's & Neighborhood Associations
Timberbrook HOA will host their annual meeting on January 25, 2014, at 10:00 a.m. at the community Clubhouse.
The Timberbrook Homeowners Association is located near the intersection of Belt Line and Polk. This quaint subdivision consists of 74 properties that include a clubhouse. The homeowners association is dedicated to maintaining the aesthetics and tranquility of our community via observing and complying with our H.O.A. Bylaws and the City Ordinances of DeSoto. The homeowners' members meet quarterly at our residential clubhouse, and the concerns and the suggestions of our members are immediately addressed/implemented for the good of the community in accordance to the H.O.A. Bylaws and the City of DeSoto ordinances. Specifically, our mission is to ensure that our residents coexist in a safe, beautiful, and peaceful community. Also, the Timberbrook H.O.A. partners with our City representatives by attending workshops (sponsored by the DeSoto Community Initiatives Manager); meeting with the Eyes and Ears committee (conducted by representatives of the DeSoto Police Department); and participating in the City's National Night Out, which is a nationally advocated community celebration.
Timberbrook Representative: Nedra Williams 972-274-5910
Timberbrook H.O.A. Email Address:
Timberbrook Meeting Schedule:
January 25, 2014 10:00 a.m. - Clubhouse
Southwest Regional Communications Center (SWRCC) provides 9-1-1 emergency services in your community. SWRCC also provides fire and security alarm system monitoring. This "city service" is offered as a fee-based service, available to every household and business in Cedar Hill, DeSoto, and Duncanville.
In the traditional alarm monitoring model, when your alarm is triggered, the alarm panel in your home uses the public telephone system to call a commercial monitoring center, which must then call the local 9-1-1 center serving your area. With SWRCC Alarm Monitoring, your alarm panel reports directly to SWRCC.
If you are interested in the alarm monitoring system, please contact 972-230-5248 between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and 972-223-6111 after hours and weekends or at
Timberbrook Articles of Incorporation
Timberbrook Covenants and Restrictions
Animal Nuisance Ordinance Article 2.600
The City of DeSoto, Texas
211 East Pleasant Run Road
DeSoto, TX 75115
Ph: 972.274.CITY (2489)
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