Water restrictions are being adjusted in light of recent rains and increases in lake levels. Conservation is still needed. Beginning May 1, customers may water up to two times per week, if watering is needed. Watering with sprinklers from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. is still prohibited. Watering on Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday is not allowed. Subscribe to weekly watering recommendations by visiting the Water My Yard website. The best practice is simply to not water when rain has just occurred or is expected. ODD Addresses: Tuesday and Friday EVEN Addresses: Monday and Thursday *As HOA watering involves watering of … Continue reading
Every Other Week Watering Extended Until Further Notice: Due to low lake levels, the City of Plano has extended once every other week watering until further notice. Restrictions will continue to be evaluated as reservoir levels and water needs change. Effective April 1, watering with sprinklers from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. is prohibited. Sprinkler systems should be set on manual operation to ensure watering occurs only as needed to supplement rainfall. For guidance on when watering is needed, please visit the Water My Yard website at www.watermyyard.org. The best practice is simply to not water when rain has just … Continue reading
On October 7th, Pitman Creek North participated again in the Texas’ National Night Out by hosting a neighborhood get-together at Hackberry Park for all our residents. National Night Out is an annual event hosted by the National Association of Town Watch with the primary purpose being to get neighbors to leave their front porch lights on, showing their support for their local police departments in the fight against crime. Neighbors are encouraged to get out of their houses and meet other neighbors in the area and get to know them.
Both Plano Police and Fire Department provided staff to meet neighbors. Plano Police Crime Prevention officers attended, speaking with the residents and answering questions. We were able to meet one of the newest officers assigned to our specific area. Have specific officers assigned to PCN allows them to become much more familiar with the area, the residents, and any problem situations that arise. Again, the Plano Police spokesman encouraged the Pitman Creek North neighborhood to be proactive in watching out for our neighborhood. Plano Fire Department, Truck E1, also visited and answered questions.
Thanks for all of those who came out, enjoyed the great weather, met and visited with neighbors, and enjoyed picnics as well as great eats from the two food trucks. Unfortunately, we are no longer able to have free root beer floats at this event due to City Health Department requirements.
Thanks to one and all for sharing your evening with your fellow Pitman Creek North neighbors! As we gather as neighbors and friends, we create a closer knit community…one who watches out and cares for one another. Thanks to our community police who came out to meet and educate us as well as all those residents in the neighborhood who worked to make this annual event a success. And a BIG thank also goes out to Denise Gooding, PCNHA Activities Chairperson, and those who helped to make this event such a yearly success!
On September 1, 2014, the City of Plano will return to weekly landscape watering for residential and commercial water customers through October 31, 2014. Odd addresses may water on Tuesdays and even addresses on Thursdays. Watering is still prohibited between 10am and 6pm. Starting November 1st and continuing through March 31st, the City of Plano Drought and Emergency Response Plan provides for Stage 3 restrictions on the Winter Watering Schedule: watering with sprinklers is limited to once every other week with no time of day restrictions. Water hydrant flushing will continue to maintain the quality of Plano’s water. The City joins … Continue reading
The PCNHA Annual General Meeting was called to order at 7:00 pm at Highland Oaks Church of Christ. Dave Nichols, PCNHA President, greeted/welcomed everyone. Members present: approximately 32 people from neighborhood. Agenda Old Business: President Dave Nichols Handed out ‘No Soliciting’ signs free to residents Explained the PCNHA fiscal year is from June 1 to May 31st of each year. Updated the residents on the last year’s accomplishments: PCNHA became incorporated and certified as a non-profit, but not a 503c non-profit. Majority of membership dues was spent on drip irrigation for 4 of the 9 gardens. Our ‘Garden Goddess,’ Vicki Blakley, master … Continue reading