How is my investment in my Seis Lagos home protected? A strong community homeowners association protects your investment, ensuring that standards are kept high and that the natural beauty around us is well-maintained. A copy of our Covenants can be obtained by calling the office at 972-442-3000.
Can I be confident in the security and safety of Seis Lagos? Absolutely. Our community has a long record of top-quality security. It is protected by an experienced staff of safety officers on duty 24/7/365, who record all visitors, work closely with local law enforcement, and support our community’s traffic safety.
Is membership in the Homeowners’ Association mandatory? Yes, all residents become members upon purchase of a lot and/or home in Seis Lagos.
Who is allowed to build in Seis Lagos? Any custom builder who is able to demonstrate experience and financial standing according to the requirements of the Seis Lagos Architectural Control Committee (ACC). The ACC conducts a standard approval process for all changes and/or improvements to homes and lots. More details are available in the ACC packet.
What is the Seis Lagos Community Services Association? The SLCSA is a nonprofit corporation established as a homeowners association governed and operated by the residents of Seis Lagos. The purpose of the SLCSA is to provide management and maintenance of common areas and recreation facilities within the community and to enforce the restrictions, rules and regulations set forth in the Covenants.
How is the SLCSA governed? A board of directors elected by the community oversees all of the affairs of the association and meets once a month. Each of the seven members serves a two-year term. In addition, standing committees appointed by the Board assist in the overall operation and maintenance of the community. The Architectural Control Committee approves all new home plans for neighborhood compatibility and maintains building standards. The Operations Committee oversees regular maintenance of the common areas and recreational facilities.
How about recreational facilities? The recreational facilities are available to all residents: the clubhouse built in 2008 and its meeting rooms, kitchen, party room, and several rooms for other uses; the cabana and adjacent swimming pools and patios; the tennis courts; the playground and volleyball court; our six lakes and their shores. All property identified as common area is maintained by the SLCSA for the exclusive use and enjoyment of the homeowners.
How much are homeowner dues? Homeowner dues are $150 per month.
Why does Seis Lagos have Covenants? Seis Lagos’ Covenants are the community’s safeguards for a pleasant, welcoming appearance and for supporting the market value of each home. The excellent standards listed in the Covenants are strengthened by the work of the Association’s volunteer Architectural Control Committee.
Who provides road maintenance, and water and sewer services? The Seis Lagos Utility District (SLUD), a privately owned utility district, provides water that it purchases from the North Texas Municipal Water District. In addition, SLUD provides sewer service and all road maintenance.
Who provides utility services? Seis Lagos is served by a number of electric power companies, plus Verizon telephone and fiber optic transmission. There is no natural gas service, but propane gas installations are allowed.
Within what school district is Seis Lagos located? The community encompasses two school districts: Lovejoy ISD and Wylie ISD, and both provide bus service to our community’s students.
What about pets? “Typical” pets may be kept by residents. All must be kept within the confines of the owner’s property, or kept on a leash when outside. Some residents find it easier to contain their outside pets with invisible fences.
Are fences allowed? Fences are allowed only with Architectural Control Committee approval. Courtyard fencing is allowed, using wrought iron. Neither wood fencing nor perimeter fencing is allowed (including foliage), because the community values the open range and parklike setting.
Where can I get more answers? You can call the SLCSA office during normal business hours (9am-4pm) at (972) 442-3000.