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Our Association was established in approximately 1990.

Our mandatory Association consists of 406 homes. Most are semi-custom with several fully custom homes. Our community is totally built out with no empty lots remaining. Some builders represented here are David Weekley, Trendmaker or Beazer.

A pleasant creek/channel divides the community and is especially enjoyable for the numerous homeowners who enjoy walking the nicely landscaped perimeter.

Mandatory annual dues are collected at the end of each year and primarily cover professional landscaping, professional management and reserve funding. They are due by December 31st of each year. We have a collection policy to address delinquent dues involving interest and legal fees.

If you have any questions about our Association, feel free to contact our Community Manager at SBB Management 972-960-2800.

Click here to see a map of Wellington at Preston Meadows.

Common Areas

Wellington at Preston Meadows Homeowners Association common area is generally defined as the property outside the common area walls along Legacy, Archgate, Tennyson and Ohio. Also, included is the property on either side of Colonnade north of the bridge. The creek channel property belongs to the City of Plano; however, the Association has requested the privilege of maintaining the creek area to assure its appearance and quality of maintenance.

The common area wall maintenance is the responsibility of the City of Plano.

The common area grass, hedges and color plantings at the entrances are part of contracted services paid for by the Association. Periodic tree trimming of common area trees is also covered by the Association.

Watering schedule is maintained by the landscape contractor and IS ADJUSTED ACCORDING TO SEASONAL REQUIREMENTS AND CITY OF PLANO GUIDELINES.

As of February 2018, watering schedule is as follows:

    Mondays and Thursdays beginning at 10:00 pm and running through all zones, 10 minutes per zone.

Community Meetings

Wellington HomeOwners Association holds it's annual meeting generally the first Thursday in March, which is open to all homeowners. The Association covers the costs for refreshments at these meetings and gives a neighborhood church, where the meeting is held, a donation for utilizing their facilities. Proxies will be mailed to each household prior to this meeting and it's greatly appreciated if everyone can return those prior to the annual meeting, to save time and money, by avoiding the potential need to reschedule due to lack of a required quorum.

The Board of Directors meetings are generally held the fourth Tuesday, once a quarter, at one of the Board member's homes. If a homeowner wishes to attend for a special issue, please contact SBB Management to arrange placement on the agenda and to learn location.