Governing Documents

We are excited that you have chosen to learn more about the homeowner’s association that makes up your community. By reading these important documents, you will understand more clearly the operations, rules and regulations that govern your community.

I. Second Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions

The Declaration establishes many important characteristics of the Association.  The first section is the definitions.  These definitions apply to the entire document. When you see a capitalized term in the balance of the document, it likely refers to a definition here, so this would be particular interest.  Another area of interest are the Architectural Standards and Protective Covenants.  These sections govern behavior and architectural aspects of the Owners and properties within Woodbridge.  Additional aspects of this section are:

· Addition or withdrawal of property 
· Membership and voting rights
· Obligations of the association
· Property maintenance
· Finances
· Common properties and easements
·Various exhibits

Link to CC&Rs - Collin County
Link to CC&Rs - Dallas County


II. First Amended and Restated Bylaws

The Bylaws largely govern how the Association will accomplish the items outlined in the rest of the document.  This section includes:

· Membership in the association
· Voting
· Meeting requirements
· Board of Directors
· Officers
·Committees

Link to Bylaws


III. Articles of Incorporation

This short section is the State of Texas authorization for Woodbridge Association, Inc. to exist.

Link to Articles of Incorporation


IV. First Amended and Restated Design Guidelines

The Design Guidelines are of major importance to the homeowner. These guidelines outline standards of behavior and architectural standards involving most all aspects of alteration of the exterior of the house, the yard or the landscape. It includes expectations of content of architectural submittals for approval, architectural guidelines and landscape guidelines.

Link to Design Guidelines

V.  First Amended and Restated Assessment Collection Policy

This policy has been reworked from the ground up to make it more readable and understandable.  It establishes for leadership and management the procedures and practices for the collection of assessments. It includes:

· Establishes authority and purpose for the policy
· Definitions
· To whom and where notifications will be sent
· Collection process
· Interest and charges
· Application of funds received
· Payment plans

The First Amended and Restated Assessment Collection Policy is recorded in Collin and Dallas counties in this Notice of Dedicatory Instruments:

Collin County - Link                    Dallas County - Link

NOTE:  The original Assessment Collection Policy that is no longer in force may be found in the link below to the Assessment Collection, Covenant Enforcement and Fining Policy.

 VI. Covenant Enforcement and Fining Policy

This policy establishes for leadership and management the enforcement procedures and practices to be used in obtaining compliance with the governing document, both behaviors and practices that are not in accordance with the Governing Documents of the Association. These include:

· Establishment of violation
· Reporting of violation
· Notice of violation
· Appeal process
· Legal Counsel
· Fines
· Cure

VII.   Rules, Regulations and Policies

Section 3.17 of the Bylaws of the Association, the Powers and Duties of the Board, gives authority to the Board to make reasonable rules and regulations that govern the association and its members.  Outlined below are the rules, regulation and policies that have been adopted by the Board and recorded in both Collin and Dallas counties.  First are links to the individual rules and policies in a .pdf format, then the recorded document(s).

Committee Policies and Voting Policies - Link

Pool Rules and Regulations - Link

Park Rules and Regulations - Link

Open Space - Hiking, Biking and Jogging Trail Rules and Regulations - Link

Golf Course - Hiking, Biking and Jogging Trail Rules and Regulations - Link

Use of Common Area Property for Organized Events Policy - Link

Natural Areas Policy - Link

Board of Directors Code of Conduct Policy - Link

Procedures for Review of Board of Directors Code of Conduct Policy - Link

Investment Policy  - Link

Records Retention Policy - Link

Records Production and Copying Policy - Link

The rules and policies above were recorded in Collin and Dallas counties in this Notice of Dedicatory Instruments:

Collin County - Link                    Dallas County - Link


City of Sachse Streetscape Plan and Guidelines, 1996 

Section 5.01 Required landscaping includes a reference to this document as a suggested list for "Large Trees" required to be incorporated into the landscape.  This is a link to the relevant list in that document.

Link to Sachse Streetscape Plan and Guidelines, 1996

 

Trash and Recycle Containers

As of this date, the Board approved the First Amendment to the Initial Design Guidelines, along with its implementation procedures, which details the proper placement of trash and recycle containers within the Properties.  

Below are links to the recorded copies of the Amendment.

Dallas County                Collin County

Ridge Vents

As of this date, the Board approved the Second Amendment to the Initial Design Guidelines, along with its implementation procedures, which details the allowance of ridge vents on roofs in Woodbridge.  This Second Amendment to the Initial Design Guidelines is the fourth and fifth pages in the attachments below.

Collin County - Link          Dallas County - Link


Architectural Request Form

This online architectural request form, though an exhibit to the Design Guidelines, is included here separately because of its frequency of use. This version is slightly updated from its original version in the recorded Covenants. Please see the listings under the "Contact Us" header above. NOTE:  Completing this form does not supply the Committee with all the information required.  The complete requirements are detailed in the Design Guidelines and any subsequent amendments, policies, guidelines or supplemental documents that may be applicable. 


Pool Card Access Form

Should a resident need to apply for additional pool access cards, the form is here.

Pool Access Form


Fence Relocation and Alteration Guideline

Should a resident need to complete an architectural request for a fence, in addition to the requirements of the Design Guidelines, this guideline will also need to be taken into consideration.  It is the last two pages in the links below.

Collin County - Link          Dallas County - Link

Management Certificates

Because various policies above reference the management certificates for the Association, mainly for the address of the management company, we have included links to those certificates here:

Collin County               Dallas County





 
 
 

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