Biltmore HOA

Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club

Recreation Association

Biltmore Swim and Racquet Club Recreation Association is a community of 285 single family homes. We are a family-oriented neighborhood with amenities including a private cabana, private pool, and private tennis courts, for the exclusive use of our homeowners.

Every homeowner is automatically a member of the Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club Recreation Association.

Every patio homeowner is automatically a member of the Biltmore Patio Association in addition to the Biltmore Swim & Racquet Club Recreation Association.

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DUE DATES: January 1, 2019 and July 1, 2019

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Our next event will be the Annual HOA Meeting in April 2019.

Out wonderful neighbor, Ed Waldrup, has installed a weather station in his yard here in Biltmore for all of us to enjoy by downloading an app!  Check it out here in the Members Only page!  Thank-you Ed!

IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION REGARDING GLASS IN POOL AREA

For the safety of our residents please be reminded that glass can be extremely hazardous and not to mention costly to clean up if broken glass ends up in the pool.  Glass in the pool area is NOT ALLOWED and your pool rights can be revoked if this occurs. Please note that members are responsible for their children and guests.

NO CHILDREN UNDER 15 ALLOWED WITHOUT AN ADULT 18 OR OVER IN POOL OR POOL AREA AT ANY TIME!

No Trailer Parking on Streets
Trailers of any kind (boat, RV, etc..) may not be stored or parked on residential streets in Biltmore per City of Plano Ordinance. You must have a paved or gravel surface OFF the residential street in the back.

June 2018 Yard of Month

 

 

Elisabeth Gray
3636 Worthington Way

July 2018 Yard of Month

 

 

Richard Mayer
3704 Windstone Dr

August 2018 Yard of Month

 

 

Floyd McDaniel
6601 Sonnet Trail

September 2018 Yard of Month

 

 

The Dawson Family
6700 Biltmore Pl

2018 Biltmore Yard of the Month Winners!

Chris Long & Kat Long – Biltmore Yard of Month Chairs
YARD & GARDEN PAGE

Committee Volunteers Needed

Check out the special committees on our management page

Please contact us to volunteer!

Special thanks to our Directors…David Flores, Dan Pearse, Thomas Schattner for all their tireless efforts and tremendous amount of time that they put in on managing our HOA.  They receive NO COMPENSATION for their efforts!

nodogsNO DOGS are allowed in the POOL or pool area!

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Reminder for anyone in the neighborhood who has a child going to kindergarten at Gulledge in the fall.

Kindergarten Round up is coming up on March 22. Contact the school for details.
(469) 752-1300
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Girl Scout Troop 6601, based at Gulledge Elementary, will be collecting water, Gatorade, and gently used stuffed animals to donate to Plano's first responders. If you would like to help us out, please bring your donation to the program room on the main level of Schimelpfenig Library on Sunday, March 3 from 2-4pm. Everything will be delivered to Plano Police and Fire later in March. This is a Take Action project for our troop because some of the girls heard about how the first responders could get dehydrated during the summer and wanted to help them. ... See MoreSee Less

 

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This event is not sponsored by the PPLS or the City of Plano

Reminder that we are collecting at Schimelpfenig today. Please come between 2-4. This program is not supported by PPLS or the city of Plano so they will not take donations when we are not there.

This is awesome! I want to let everyone know that Plano Fire and Plano Police cannot use any stuffed animals that are not new. Because the departments give these to patients (both young and old) who might be medically compromised, previously loved (even if gently loved) stuffed animals cannot be given out on medical calls. This includes stuffed animals that are like-new (bought and “sat on a shelf” at home) because of the dust that might be on it. However, they do have a way to get “previously loved” stuffed animals to an area of need so please don't feel like you shouldn't donate them if you have a collection you'd like to rehome for a good cause. They specifically ask: • They be new. • They be no larger than 7 inches and able to fit inside a gallon sized ziplock baggie. • They be rather basic and without a lot of decor or clothing that would/could become a choking hazard. • They be able to be given to either a boy or a girl. They also told me when the girls drop off donations, they should ask for Officer Tilley (at Plano PD) or Capt Peggy Harrell (at Plano Fire’s Fire Station #1) because they’d love to get photos of the girls making their donation to share on social media. They are very thankful!

This sweet kitty was lost last night. Her owner lives on Horizon Place. Let us know if you spot her. ... See MoreSee Less

This sweet kitty was lost last night. Her owner lives on Horizon Place. Let us know if you spot her.

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She is beautiful 😊❤️will definitely keep my eyes out for her

We’ll watch for her!!

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Together, let’s keep Biltmore a beautiful neighborhood and one that we all can be proud of.  We have a responsibility to keep our lawns well maintained and trimmed as well as keeping our alleys clean. Take pride in your home…fix up that exterior and fence in need of paint and repair!