Dues & Fees
Every homeowner is a member of the HOA and the payment of annual dues is not optional. The annual dues currently are $225 a year and are due on Jan. 1 each year. Please contact the HOA for accurate due rates outside the current year.
 
Dues Structure: Mail Dues to:
  • $225-January 1-March 31
  • $275-April 1-April 30
  • Liens filed May 1 for
    unpaid dues
Timber Creek Estates Homeowners Association
1326 Fretz Drive
Edmond, OK 73003
Pay online at www.neighborhoodsplus.com
 
Timber Creek Estates HOA contracts
Neighborhood Service Corporation (NSC) as
the Managing Agent. NSC utilizes a check-processing
service with offices in Florida.
 
Prorated dues for the current year will be collected by the title company at closing, and those with a closing date toward the end of the year may have had the next year’s dues collected also. This information should be listed in the breakdown of fees in your closing documents.
 
Should dues not be paid in full for 12 months or more, the HOA will begin the necessary legal process to collect all past-due amounts from those residents that have not paid. This could include, but is not limited to, filings within Small Claims Court or foreclosure proceedings.
 
We want to work with those that might be experiencing a difficulty in paying. Please contact the HOA immediately if you feel you might be in this situation.
 
Our annuals dues help us pay for the things that make our neighborhood a better and safer place to live.
News
Pool Update!
Posted on Sep 3rd, 2021
The board has decided to keep the pool open on a week to week basis, weather permitting!
 
Enjoy!
Volunteers Needed!
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2021
The board is looking for volunteers! We need volunteers to help with an upcoming yard sweep of the neighborhood, help with violations, and the pool. If you have any interest in volunteering to help the board please email us at timbercreekestatesyukon@gmail.com.
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Report a Violation
Have you noticed something that violates the Covenants? Report it here.
 
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.