Annual Homeowners Meeting - October 20th
The annual Estates of Shady Hollow Homeowners Association Meeting is at 6:30 on Thursday October 20th at Bailey Middle School. If we have a quorum the Meeting agenda: Welcome, Introductions, and Opening Comments, Treasurers Report, Nominations for Board Candidates, Introduction by Board Nominess/Candidates, General Election - Voting on Board Members, Solicitation for ACC Members and Announcement of Voting Results. A quorum is 51% of the homeowners. If we do not make quorum, the attendance at the November meeting according to our Bylaws will constitute a quorum regardless of the number of homeowners present. Please join us for our annual meeting.
2016 ESH Neighborhood Directory Questionaire
The ESHHOA is updating contact information and publishing a neighbor directory. The directory will only be used within the neighborhood and by the HOA. Please <<< Click for Google Survey >>> to complete by December 1, 2016.
Fight the Bite
Neighbors: As we all know, mosquitoes are coming, some are already here. As a guidance, please see the following website for tips and information about the prevention and protection from mosquitoes. http://www.texaszika.org/ and http://www.cdc.gov/zika/prevention/index.html.
It will take all homeowners to do their part to watch/react to prevent mosquitoes. Mosquito Dunks, available at Home Depot, Lowes, Walmart, etc. are effective for tanks, ponds, standing water features, etc.
Travis County Fight the Bite Flyer
Prevent Mosquito Breeding
o At least weekly empty or get rid of cans, buckets, old tires, pots, plant saucers and other containers that hold water.
o Keep gutters clear of debris and standing water.
o Remove standing water around structures and from flat roofs.
o Change water in pet dishes daily.
o Rinse and scrub vases and other indoor water containers weekly.
o Change water in wading pools and bird baths several times a week.
o Maintain backyard pools or hot tubs.
o Cover trash containers.
o Water lawns and gardens carefully so water does not stand for several days.
o Screen rain barrels and openings to water tanks or cisterns.
o Treat front and back door areas of homes with residual insecticides if mosquitoes are abundant nearby.
o If mosquito problems persist, consider pesticide applications for vegetation around the home.
Protect Yourself from Mosquito Bites
o Wear Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)-registered insect repellents.
o Cover up with long-sleeved shirts and long pants.
o Keep mosquitoes out with air conditioning or intact window screens.
o Limit outdoor activities during peak mosquito times.