The City of College Station Water Services will be making a repair to the 24-inch water line that runs in front of the main entrance to the Castle Rock subdivision. Starting on 11/18/20 at 8:00 AM, in/out access from this point will be blocked and residents will need to enter/exit the neighborhood from Rocky Creek Trail behind the office complex (see image). No one will be out of water, people just need to be patient and aware of the traffic detour. Once the leak is excavated the operators will have a better idea of how long the repair will take. It will likely be complete the same day, but we occasionally run into problems sourcing parts or with equipment.  The City has reached out to CSISD Transportation so they can confirm if there is any impact to the afternoon bus routes.  When we receive an ETA on the repair, we will update you on the time frame of the road closure.

Congratulations to the September Yard of the Month winners!!

4124 Rocky Mountain
4223 Little Rock Ct

 

 

Congratulations to the August Yard of the Month winners!!

4034 Rocky Vista
4231 Rocky Rhodes

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Congratulations to the July Yard of the Month winners!!

4236 Rock Bend

4265 Hollow Stone


 

 

Congratulations to the June Yard of the Month winners!!

4286 Rock Bend

4209 Rocky Creek Trail

 


Congratulations to the May Yard of the Month winners!!

4100 Rocky Briar Ct.

4316 Rock Bend Dr.

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Congratulations to the April Yard of the Month winners!!

4222 Rocky Rhodes

4281 Rocky Rhodes

The Association is sponsoring an end of summer/back to school celebration for all Castle Rock Residents.  The Kona Ice truck will be in the pool parking lot on Saturday, August 29th, from 4:00 – 6:00pm serving up smiles.  Be sure to stop by with the family and enjoy a cold treat!

The 2020 Castle Rock Annual Meeting will be held on Monday, October 19th, 2020 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm.

If you would like to volunteer to serve as a board member or nominate a candidate, please complete the attached Candidate Application form and submit it on or before September 1st, 2020.

2020 Candidate Application Form

If you have a Topic to Discuss, complete the attached form below and return it to our office on or before October 6th, 2020.
YOUR ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED FOR YOUR TOPIC TO DISCUSS SUBMISSION TO BE INCLUDED ON THE AGENDA.

2020 Topic to Discuss Form

Completed forms may be submitted via:
U.S. Mail to P.O. Box 197, Wellborn, TX 77881
Fax to 979-690-0330 or
emailed to:  office@hoapartners.net

You can also drop it off at our office located at:
4519 Mills Park Circle, #200,
College Station, Texas 77845

We would like to thank everyone for working together to follow the governor’s guidelines for having our pool annex open.  Here are a few reminders now that the pool is in use:
  • If you bring food to the pool annex, please be sure to clean up all food debris and take empty food cartons with you to dispose of at home.  The trash cans at the pool annex are only emptied twice a week on Monday and Friday.  Leftover food debris attracts rodents and we want to keep the pool annex pest free.
  • If you move the chairs when you come to the pool, please be sure to put them back to their original location when you leave. This helps to keep our pool annex tidy for the next neighbor who wants to enjoy.
  • Social distancing and 25% pool capacity rules are still in effect.  We will not be able to approve any reservation requests for pool parties until further notice.
  • The new stone wall by the splash pad was completed today.  We will have the splash pad open on Wednesday.
Help keep our community safe by following a few simple safety measures:
  • Please use your garages and driveways for parking. We have received several concerns for all the street parking throughout the community. Do not make it difficult for neighbors to access their driveway.
  • Most of all do not park across sidewalks while in your driveway. When your vehicle obstructs the sidewalk neighbors have to go out into the street to go around; kids on bikes, scooters, families with strollers and walking their dogs.
  •  Watch your speed in the community, everyone is out enjoying the weather
Thank you for being part of such an exemplary neighborhood!  We sincerely appreciate your patience and cooperation during these unprecedented times.

Governor Greg Abbott filed Executive Order 21 on May 5, 2020 relating to the expanded reopening of services as part of the safe, strategic plan to Open Texas in response to the COVID-19 disaster.  We know many of you have been eagerly awaiting news about reopening of the community pool. The pool is set to reopen on Friday, May 8th, but will be limited to 25% capacity.  

The Pool Annex capacity is limited to 36 persons inside the pool annex at one time. Residents will be responsible for self-monitoring the total number present before entering.  While in the pool annex you will need to practice social distancing and limit your time at the pool to 2 hours to allow more families to use the pool per day that wish to.  The splash pad will remain closed at this time to allow completion of construction on part of the fence being replaced due to rust caused by continued overspray.  When the project is finished the splash pad will reopen. Weather permitting, the contractor expects to be completed by next Friday. Pool parties will not be scheduled on the pool calendar or allowed until further notice.  Entering the Pool Annex will be at your own risk and the Association does not guarantee anyone’s safety from COVID-19.

Below is a summary from this order concerning reopening community pools and a link to the website:

“Reopened services” shall consist of the following to the extent they are not already “essential services:” 

  1. Starting on Friday, May 8, 2020: 
  2. Swimming pools; provided, however, that outdoor swimming pools may operate at up to 25 percent of normal operating limits as determined by the pool operator  (found on page 4 of the executive order).

This executive order does not prohibit people from accessing essential or reopened services or engaging in essential daily activities, such as going to the grocery store or gas station; providing or obtaining other essential or reopened services; visiting swimming pools, parks, beaches, rivers, or lakes; hunting or fishing; or engaging in physical activity like jogging, bicycling, or other outdoor sports, so long as the necessary precautions are maintained to reduce the transmission of COVID- 19 and to minimize in-person contact with people who are not in the same household (found on page 6 of the executive order).

https://gov.texas.gov/uploads/files/press/EO-GA-21_expanding_Open_Texas_COVID-19.pdf

Thank you in advance for all the cooperation during these difficult times.