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  • Kids wear your Halloween costumes!!!
  • Bobbing for apples, karaoke, and more for the kiddos!
  • Brats for $1, Hot dogs will be provided
  • “Even” numbered houses bring an appetizer of side to share
  • “Odd” numbered houses bring a dessert to share
  • Don’t forget to bring your chairs and favorite beverage

Membership Dues
We are very grateful to those of you who pay your dues annually (which are payable in May of each year), but it is important to point out that to date we have only received dues from about 54% of the 113 homes within the community for the current operating year. The dues from the 46% of homes that we don’t receive (about $5,500) could go a long way towards increasing the value and ascetics of our neighborhood. We would ask that if you haven’t already paid your dues for the coming year, to please consider making this payment. We believe that you will benefit greatly from the investment in your community for years to come. To accommodate those who have not yet paid, volunteers will be coming through the neighborhood on Saturday, August 22, starting at 10 am, to pick up payment from anyone who has not yet been able to pay this year’s dues and want to pay. While we can’t yet accept electronic payments, it is something we are working on. Also, if preferred, we can arrange to come by monthly and collect $10.

Heatherwood Parking Protocol
For Home Owners/Residents*

In an effort to maintain neighborhood appearance, safety, and common courtesy, please observe the following vehicle parking protocol:

  1. When possible, please park your vehicles in your garage
  2. If the garage is not possible, please park in your driveway
  3. If necessary, you may park on the street, but along your own property line.
  4. As as courtesy to your neighbors, please don’t park along your neighbor’s property line.

Thank you for your cooperation!

Water Watch
Stage 1 restrictions:

  • Limit outdoor watering with sprinklers or irrigation systems to twice per week based on your property type and address
  • Prohibit hosing off paved areas like driveways and sidewalks, or buildings and windows
  • Restrict draining and re-filling swimming pools
  • Limit private vehicle washing to the use of a bucket or a hose with a turnoff valve
  • Prohibit runoff or waste from broken sprinkler heads, leaking pipes or faucets
  • Prohibit sprinkler heads out of adjustment so water sprays into street; prohibiting streams of water running down the street
  • Encourage the use of Texas native and drought tolerant plants in landscaping


  • Foundations and/or newly installed shrubs and trees may be watered up to two hours any day by handheld hose, soaker hose or drip irrigation.
  • Establishing new turf is discouraged. If new hydromulch, grass sod, or grass seed is installed for the purpose of establishing a new lawn, a variance to the watering restrictions can be granted for the first 30 days while it is being established. After that, the watering restrictions set forth in this stage apply.
  • Twice per week watering restrictions do not apply to locations using well water or treated wastewater effluent for irrigation.

Stage 1 Watering Schedule

  • Residential addresses ending in an even number (0, 2, 4, 6, or 8) may water on Wednesdays and Saturdays.
  • Residential addresses ending in an odd number (1, 3, 5, 7 or 9) may water on Thursdays and Sundays.
  • All non-residential locations (apartment complexes, businesses, industries, parks, medians, etc.) may water on Tuesdays and Fridays.
  • No watering on Mondays

Please Note: City restrictions on outdoor watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. remains in effect year-round, even on allowed watering days.

To report a Keller address for irrigation use on the wrong day, please call 817-743-4200. 

This project is sponsored by the Keller Rotary Club. The project is to build a spirit of Patrionism in our Community.

American Flags once again will be placed in the median on Rufe Snow outside the HEHA neighborhood brick wall. This will be for the next six holiday's; Memorial Day, Flag Day, July 4th, Sept 11th, Veterans Day and Presidents Day.

The money raised from this project goes back to the community to fund other service projects such as college scholarships, high school exchange students, local blood drives and other projects.

We have not pledged a specific amount this year, but last year we raised $735 for the program with 18 households donating. We would like to contribute at least that amount this year.

Please give what you can. To pledge, send an email to Rufus Lewis at rufuslewis@sbcglobal.net. Pledge now by email or just make your checks out to : Keller Rotary Club.

Drop your donation by my house at 1508 Birchmont Lane or call me at 817-498-4353 and I will come by your house to pick up your donation. The donation form is attached as a word document, but if you are unable to print it, I will give you another form.

Thank you for your pledge and donation.

Rufus Lewis

New officers and Committee Chairmen (March 2013)


President : Damien McBrien
Treasurer : Kari Jenke

Vice-President : Chris Herman
Secretary : Paula Hutchinson


Kymberly Sims

Scott Marley

Keller Code Ordinance Reminders


An operator may not, except momentarily to pick up or discharge a passenger, stand or park an occupied or unoccupied vehicle:

in front of a public or private driveway;

within 15 feet of a fire hydrant

Be mindful of street parking, humans and animals do walk out between them.

Un-obstructed access to your own driveway is a privilege; that is missed.

Duties of and obligations of residential customers

Waste, recycling bins, bulky waste, and/or acceptable brush shall be placed at curbside not later than 7:00 a.m. on the day of scheduled collection, if they are to be picked up; however, not more than twelve (12) hours prior to the day of pick up.

Recycling Day now TUESDAY!
The recycling date for our neighborhood has changed to Tuesdays. Trash days are the same - Tuesdays & Fridays.