Neighborhood Reminders

The Architectural Control Committee- ACC (also referred to as Architectural Review Committee, ARC) keeps our neighborhood in good shape by helping homeowners comply with the architectural standards set in the association covenants. As our subdivision matures we are seeing a number of things like fences and roofs needing repaired or replaced. So what are the rules regarding exterior home projects?  When in doubt, ask the ACC. Major alterations made to the exterior of your home needs to be presented to the Shepherds Glen ACC* for review. These changes must also comply with the HOA restrictive covenants provided to you when moving into the neighborhood. A copy can be found under the HOA documents tab.

*All requests must be submitted in writing to the HOA neighborhood management company, 4Sight. Contact information for 4Sight can be found at the bottom of this website.

This approval process applies to all modifications to the exterior of your home, including, but not limited to:

  • Roofs
  • Fences
  • Driveway modifications
  • Exterior paint
  • Patio covers
  • Home additions

Again, these are just basic guidelines.

And as a reminder… Please be considerate of your neighbors. Little things like bringing in your garbage cans the same day after trash collection is greatly appreciated.

Please also be aware & courteous of street parking. Shepherds Glen Restrictive Covenants clearly states~ no parking on Shepherds Glen Road.  The HOA politely asks not to block or hinder entry/exit of a neighbor’s driveway or block mailboxes.

HOA Dues and 3rd Party Management Info

Shepherds Glen HOA dues are $200 Annually. Non-payment of dues affects everyone in the neighborhood. For more information regarding dues assessments please contact 4Sight, our neighborhood management company at 469-287-8583

HOA Membership Clarification & Covenants and Restrictions

Every lot owner in Shepherds Glen is a mandatory member of the Homeowners Association.  This means that every lot owner is subject to the recorded covenants and restrictions that were filed with the original plat and the Association and it’s Bylaws created by the original developer transferring ALL authority and enforcement of said Covenants and Restrictions to the Association.  During the 2014 Annual Home Owners Meeting, the majority lot owners voted to make dues mandatory. The $200 mandatory annual dues are a very small amount that goes a long way to ensure our subdivision remains desirable, our values retain or improve in value, and our association fosters a sense of belonging and communtiy.  This happens by maintaining or more importantly improving our common areas by focusing on things like Entry Monument, Landscaping Installation and Maintenance, and capital improvements such as decorative light poles, etc.  It also allows our association to sponsor events for our members to get to know each other.  Please call with any questions or suggestions.