Association Government

Homeowner and residents of the Lakeside Estates subdivision have specific responsibilities and restrictions regarding the exterior appearance of their homes. These are documented in the "Declaration of Covenants, conditions, and Restrictions" which is the legal document filed in the Collin County Courthouse and applies to every lot and house within the Lakeside Estates subdivision. The declaration was set up by the original developers to ensure that the homeowners comply to certain minimum standards in the interest of protecting the investment that the homeowners have in their homes.

An Association is a not-for-profit organization of owners formed for the purpose of maintaining the common areas.

An Association was formed when the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions were recorded. You became a member of the Association the day you closed on your new home.
Lakeside Estates provides community leadership, architectural control, covenant enforcement, community events, accounting and finance, operation and maintenance of recreation facilities.

Community leadership is provided by the Board of Directors, as well as the Association Committees. All residents can participate in various committees. These committees help shape the future of Lakeside Estates. All meetings are open to the public.

Homeowners are required to submit plans for any and all exterior improvements for approval to the Architectural Control Committee prior to installation. Our goal is to ensure choices are in harmony with the overall appearance of the community.

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