Amenities
Timber Creek Estates has multiple amenities to support our growing community.
 
Resident-Only Pool
  • Pool Information
    • All residents must have signed Pool Rules on file before accessing the pool
    • Must have an assigned key fob for entry
  • Pool Hours:
    Pool may be closed without notice at any time for maintenance needs.
    • Mondays - 12 p.m. to 9 p.m.
    • Tuesdays - Sunday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Need a Pool fob?
 
 
Playground
The residents have selected a nice commercial-grade play structure that was installed during the beginning of Phase 4 construction. Select the links below to see the structure. The structure may vary slightly from the drawing presented below.
 
Land near playground
The HOA has ownership of the 2 lots next to the playground on SW 26th Terrace, as well as the 3.4 acres on the other side of the creek. In the 2014 neighborhood survey the most popular options for the lots were a splash pad and clubhouse. Residents will decide which amenities to pursue and how to fund them at a later date, after the HOA handover is completed. The 3.4 acres can be used for amenities in the future as well. 
 
 
News
Halloween!
Posted on Oct 26th, 2021
Happy Halloween 

Trick-or-treating will be held in the neighborhood on Sunday, October 31st! 
 
Volunteers!
Posted on Sep 27th, 2021
Hey Neighbors! The board is looking for those interested in being on the board in 2022, if you are interested or have questions about the positions please reach out!
 
We are looking for volunteers for our second yard sweep which will be conducted in October. We want to ensure that the neighborhood looks good before the cold weather hits! 
 
Email the board if you are interested! 
Pool Update!
Posted on Sep 22nd, 2021
The pool will be closed by September 24th. Our pool company is working to prepare the pool for the colder weather and will get the cover on the pool by the weekend.
Events
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Note:
All homeowners and renters must comply with the Covenants, which are reasonable rules to protect property values, preserve the nature of our community, and make life more enjoyable for everyone. The homeowners association has the legal authority to enforce all covenants and do so equitably and consistently.