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Zappa Pool Resurfacing Project

The Zappa Pool suffered delamination of its surface from age. The water features and water jets in the beach entry also needed to be repaired. Some of you remember that only one water jet worked but it could not be repaired without breaking the surface of the beach entry. 

When these items were noticed in the springtime of last year, the better contractors were booked solid and doing the work at that time would have delayed the opening of the pool. Because of this, the board opted to defer the work after consulting with multiple pool experts. Doing the work now during the off-season has allowed us to obtain better pricing and will give us time to have everything tested and operational in time for the opening.

The resurfacing involves chipping and grinding the plaster to the layer of cement. It will then be primed and a new layer of plaster will be poured with a blue quartz finish while the beach entry will have a sand color pebbletec finish. The water features will be sanded, primed, repainted and the orbs will be replaced with similar color schemes and equipment. 

All of the work is scheduled to be completed well ahead of the anticipated opening on May 31st which is also the last day of school for LISD. 

Selecting the vendor that currently maintains our pools, allowed us to extend the warranty an additional two years over what other vendors offered.

We hope that you enjoy the newly surfaced pool once it’s completed!

Palm tree before pruning
Palm tree after pruning

Baker Sanctuary Land Clearing

Baker Sanctuary land clearing update

March Update –

The fuel break project must cease operations on Feb 28th until September. It is likely that only the northern portion of the tract can be completed. From March 1 to August 31 is the time the golden-cheeked warblers make their habitat at the Baker Sanctuary. They are federally protected and no work can continue until they migrate out of the area.

There were delays in having the work begin due to contractual issues. This resulted in a later than expected start.

We appreciate your understanding!

As reviewed in the October HOA Annual Meeting, the Baker Sanctuary/Travis County Audubon Society (www.travisaudubon.org) received federal funds to create a fire break between the sanctuary and the homes in the Deer Creek HOA. The goal is to reduce the probability of fires by reducing ladder and fine ground fuels. They anticipate that the work will begin around Tuesday, January 22nd and will likely begin on Lime Creek by Canyon Springs.

As reviewed in the October HOA Annual Meeting, the Baker Sanctuary/Travis County Audubon Society (www.travisaudubon.org) received federal funds to create a fire break between the sanctuary and the homes in the Deer Creek HOA. The goal is to reduce the probability of fires by reducing ladder and fine ground fuels. They anticipate that the work will begin around Tuesday, January 22nd and will likely begin on Lime Creek by Canyon Springs.

The land clearing crews will access the park located at Zambia and Passionflower Pass with their equipment to gain access to some of the areas behind the homes on Zambia. This is the least evasive to access the area with the minimum effect on the terrain.

Anderson Mill Expansion

The City of Cedar Park has allocated bond monies for the expansion of Anderson Mill from Zeppelin to Cypress Creek. This will expand the roadway from two lanes to four. The medians will remain and the widening is roughly 6 – 8′ from the current white line.

Below is information on the project. Check back to this page for additional details and updates.

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AUTO PAY YOUR HOA DUES!

Tired of writing checks or remembering to pay your semi-annual HOA dues?  Never fear, Auto Pay is here!   

Just follow these simple steps:

  1. Click My Pay Dues in the top right corner of our HOA website (www.deercreekranch.org)
  2. Use your Ciranet credentials to log in.  Don’t have a log in?  You can find your homeowner account number on the most recent HOA dues statement “Rxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx” and create a new account log-in or click forgot password.
  3. Once logged in, use the left side menu and select “Setup Recurring Payments”
  4. Follow the instructions and pay close attention to the payment date as you may have to make a one-time payment for the current amount due and then your ACH recurring payment will be effective for future payments.  You can even choose what types of payments are made with your ACH setup (ie: dues, other balances or all types)
  5. Check your account balance in early July to ensure your one-time or automatic payments were applied successfully.

** This does not impact homeowners who have already setup ACH/autopay.  Your payments are still set to process as usual **

Email DeerCree@ciramail.com with any questions about your dues, the ACH auto pay process or other issues with Ciranet.

Community Pool Information

Here is some helpful information.

1) Quiet Moon Pool Hours, 365 days/year, 9am – 9pm, lifeguards are employed in the summer season. Early hours adult swim available. The pool is not heated.

2) Zappa Pool Hours, May – Sep, 9am – 8pm, lifeguards are employed in the summer.

We installed a new key fob system in 2018 and older ones will not work.

Eligibility requirements to obtain a key fob for residents:

  • your HOA account/dues must be current and in good standing
  • you must be listed as the homeowner(s) OR have a note from your landlord
  • you must sign the 2018 Pool Key Waiver

Pool Key Distribution:  

Pool keys (one free per household) were distributed or mailed to homeowners in good standing. You may click this link to fill out and upload the pool waiver.  Once you submit the waiver it may take up to five business days for your new key to become active.

If you are a new Deer Creek Resident after 8/1/18, welcome!  Your closing documents will be sent to our property management company and you can request a pool key from them once your account is set up.

A few reminders:
No 3rd party Swim Lessons (due to liability/insurance issues), No Alcohol, No Pets, No Loud Music. If you experience an emergency at the pools, please call 911.   Each pool has a call box with a phone that dials 911 directly. 

For non-life-threatening or facilities issues, please notify deercree@ciramail.com and/or click the Contact Us form on the website.  

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Deer Creek Ranch

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