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Exclusive Offer for Oak Hollow Residents

Oak Hollow of Anna HOA

Anytime Fitness of Anna has agreed to offer the Oak Hollow Community residents an exclusive offer!

Enrollment Fee: $0.00
Key Fob Fee: $24.99
10% off of monthly membership dues with an 18 month agreement
7-day guest passes placed in the welcome bags for the new residents.

This applies to All Oak Hollow residents, new and existing!

For more information please contact:

    Kristina Rippetoe
    Anytime Fitness Anna at 972-924-3100 and motion the Oak Hollow Community special, or send an email to AnnaTX@anytimefitness.com

Denton County Health Department
Contact: Juan Rodriguez, MPH
juan.rodriguez@dentoncounty.com
(940) 349-2916
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Second WNV-Positive Mosquito Pool Detected in Unincorporated Denton County

September 4, 2014 – A West Nile virus (WNV)-positive mosquito sample was found in an unincorporated area east of Oak Point and northwest of Narrow Lake Park. The Denton County Health Department (DCHD) will conduct ground spraying in the area for three consecutive nights, beginning Friday, September 5. The ground spraying schedule is as follows, weather and wind conditions permitting:

  • Friday, September 5 between the hours of 9pm and 5am
  • Saturday, September 6 between the hours of 9pm and 5am
  • Sunday, September 7 between the hours of 9pm and 5am

Ground spraying will occur in an area east of Oak Point, south of Cedar Lane and west of Crestpoint Drive. A detailed map of the spray area can be found at dentoncounty.com/WNVnews. DCHD is notifying residents in the affected area.

DCHD was notified of the positive mosquito sample by the Department of State Health Services (DSHS) lab Thursday, September 4. This is the second positive mosquito pool discovered in unincorporated county traps for the season.

“Our main focus in Denton County is protecting our residents, and we rely on the Health Department for guidance and recommendation for addressing these issues,” says Precinct 1 Commissioner Hugh Coleman.

“Prevention is key,” says Denton County Health Department Director Matt Richardson. “Though summer may be winding down, residents must remain vigilant to prevent mosquito bites.”

Please visit DCHD’s West Nile Virus website for extensive WNV information including tips for reducing mosquitoes around the home, frequently asked questions, and printable flyers and posters. The website is dentoncounty.com/WNV.

West Nile virus first appeared in Denton County in 2002. For the 2014 season, 0 human cases have been reported. 2013 saw 9 human cases, and in 2012 there were 184 human cases, including 2 deaths.


Temporary Interruption of Water Service

Over the next eight days, the City of Anna will be making connections to a new water line that has been installed along FM 455 (W. White Street). The new water line was installed in preparation for the reconstruction and expansion of FM 455 which we anticipate will start in early 2015. While we have tried to minimize inconvenience to our water customers, some of the new connections will result in a temporary disruption of water service to some of our customers. The following schedule identifies the locations where work crews will be making the new connections and the areas where water service will be temporarily affected.

*The work scheduled for September 8th, 9th, and 10th will be performed during the night (9:00 pm – 5:00 am) in order to minimize the inconvenience to our customers.

Click here to download and read the full schedule


Oak Hollow HOA - Water Conservation

Water Conservation

In order to conserve our existing groundwater resources and limit the amount of treated surface water the City will need to purchase from the North Texas Municipal Water District(NTMWD), the City's Stage 3 Water Conservation Plan remains in effect. The following water conservation measures are required:

  1. The use of lawn and landscape sprinklers and irrigation systems is restricted to the evening/night and early morning hours only between 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 a.m. Outdoor irrigation during rain or any form of precipitation is prohibited.

  2. The use of lawn and landscape sprinklers and irrigation systems is limited to one day per week, if needed. In order to more evenly distribute the demand on our water system, each residential and business customer is assigned one outdoor watering day per week based on the last number in the street address as shown in the table below (please note that the assigned watering days for 2014 are not the same as last year).
Assigned Watering Day Mon. Tues. Wed. Thurs. Fri.
Last Number in Address 0 or 9 1 or 2 3 or 4 5 or 6 7 or 8

For example if your street address is 4701, your assigned watering day is Tuesday.If your street address is 1008, your assigned watering day is Friday. Residential and business customers may not use sprinklers and landscape irrigation systems except on their assigned watering day. Exceptions are as follows:

  • Foundations, new landscaping, new plantings (first year) of shrubs, and trees may be watered for up to two hours on any day by hand-held hose, a soaker hose, or a dedication zone using a drip irrigation system.

  • Public parks or athletic fields that have been recently seeded or sodded may irrigate as necessary to establish the turf. The City may order the suspension of such irrigation if necessary to recharge or maintain adequate water levels in the City’s ground and elevated water storage tanks.

  • Public athletic fields with established turf may be watered twice per week.

necessary to recharge or maintain adequate water levels in the City's ground and elevated water storage tanks.

4. Washing or rinsing of vehicles is prohibited except with a hose end cutoff nozzle.

5. Using water in such a manner as to allow runoff (such as hosing driveways or paved surfaces) is prohibited, however, pressure washing of impervious surfaces is allowed.

6. Existing swimming pools may not be drained and refilled (except refilling to replace normal water loss).

We urge our residential and business water customers to fully comply with the Stage3 Water Conservation Plan. Reducing our water usage will help extend the City's ground water resources and limit the amount of treated surface water the City will need to purchase from the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) during the summer months. The City's water conservation program is part of a larger collective effort to preserve water resources in the rapidly growing north Texas region.


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Oak Hollow Homeowners Association

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When the distractions of daily life deplete your energy - slow down - don’t eliminate the thing you need the most; quiet, reflective time. Time to dream, time to think. Enjoy the serenity and beauty of nature that our town offers. This community is defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values its people hold dear. We're known for our nationally recognized schools, attractive housing prices, and down-to-earth people. Those who call it home are independent, friendly, and caring - quick to rally around one of their own in need.

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News

  • An Opportunity to Share

    February 13, 2014

    There are always opportunities in our community to share your knowledge, experience, and talents. Currently, there are openings on each committee in our Association that need volunteers; we need you! Landscaping, Pool and Park, Social, Architectural Control, Welcome…it’s easy to find a committee you can have fun with.

    Oak Hollow of Anna Homeowners Association

  • Website Launch

    February 13, 2014

    Oak Hollow of Anna Homeowners Association and its board of directors are proud to announce the launch of its new homeowner website. This website is designed to provide a direct line of communication to our homeowners from the board of directors, property management company, and other homeowners.

    Oak Hollow of Anna Homeowners Association

  • Weeds, Weeds, Weeds!

    February 13, 2014

    As you know, weeds can invade and thrive in all types of environments. The first step in controlling these weed pests is to correctly identify the weed and then determine a proper control strategy.

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