About The Association

homepage15The Kenswick Homeowners' Association is a Texas Non Profit Corporation whose purpose is to manage the facilities, activities and business of the community for the current and long term benefit of all homeowners. A full description of the purpose and authority of the Kenswick H.O.A. is contained in the Association's By-Laws. All property owners in Kenswick are automatically members of the Homeowners Association and are entitled to participate in the decision making.

Maintenance Fees

The Association collects an annual assessment for each lot from each lot owner. Assessments are used to provide various services to the community, including streetlighting, security patrol, and support of a community clubhouse and pool. This assessment is payable annually on January 1.

Deed Restrictions

All properties in Kenswick are subject to a set of Deed Restrictions which have the purpose of maintaining the quality of the neighborhood.  Complete copies are available in the Documents section of this website.

Architectural Control Committee

All external improvements or modifications to your house, such as the installation of a pool, a patio cover, or change in roof shingles or house colors, must be approved in advance by the Architectural Control Committee (the "ACC"). This is done to ensure quality improvements which will not detract from the value of your home or the neighborhood. The ACC has up to 30 days to evaluate home improvements, so please submit your plans for any improvements well in advance of your starting date. An ACC Submission Sheet form is available for download from the Documents page of this website.

Management

The affairs of the Association are managed by the Board of Directors who volunteer their time for the benefit of the community. They normally meet on the 4th Thursday of each month, and meetings are open to the public.  There are also several active committees of residents which perform vital tasks. The day to day operations and management of community business are handled by a professional association management company, Community Asset Management, at the direction of the Board of Directors.