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  1. Shred it on America Recycles Day

    Event Starts: November 04, 2017

    9am to 1pm

    This year the City of Fort Worth is hosting the annual Shred Day event on Saturday, Nov. 4.It’s the one day a year where all residents can have items shredded, recycled and donated all for free.

    Please share this update with the members of your neighborhood association and friends.

    The event will be held rain or shine, 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at La Grave Field, 301 N.E. Sixth St.

    Residents of Fort Worth and unincorporated Tarrant County, along with members of the Better Business Bureau of Greater Tarrant County can bring up to five boxes of personal documents.(Boxes should weigh no more than 40 pounds each.)

    Other items that can be dropped off include:

      • Electronics (computers, televisions and small appliances)
      • Household items such as furniture and clothing. No mattresses or large appliances.
      • No business waste please.

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    To learn more, call 817-392-1234 or visit http://www.FortWorthTexas.gov/kfwb

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  • Stormwater Management Program

    Published: October 11, 2017

    When rain hits any hard surface, such as your roof or driveway, it can't soak into the ground so it runs off your property. Uncontrolled runoff can lead to flooding, erosion and pollution problems. It is the city's job to help control this runoff. The city's Stormwater Management program is working to modernize the Fort Worth storm water system and educate the public about the dangers of flash flooding.

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  • Community Pool is closed until further notice

    Published: October 06, 2017

    The community pool was scheduled to close October 29th. However, due to pool resurfacing damage, the pool was closed earlier than anticipated and will continue to remain closed until further notice. Please check the website for any updates.

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  • Tips to increase recycling at home

    Published: September 28, 2017

    Let’s keep recycling Watersbend homeowners! We all know it’s the right thing to do. Fort Worth has one of the most convenient programs, and all it takes is remembering to fill up your blue recycling card with the correct items. How much can you place in your blue recycling cart?

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  • Cease the Grease

    Published: September 28, 2017

    Just as fat, oil and grease can cause blockages in your arteries, they can do the same to sewer pipes. Garbage disposals and detergents that dissolve grease may just pass the problem down the pipe. Grease comes from meat, salad dressing, butter, margarine, shortening, cooking oils, lard, dairy products, baked goods, foot scraps and many other common delights.

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  • Community Update

    Published: September 22, 2017

    • All trash containers shall be screened from view from adjacent lots and streets until the scheduled collection day. Bulk trash may only be put out for pick-up of the scheduled week, not any earlier. The trash must be properly secured or it will not be picked up. • Owners must maintain their lots in a clean & orderly condition. Regular mowing, weed treatment and shrub trimming is necessary. SBB Management Company drives and inspects each lot for compliance twice a month. • Please apply to the Architectural Control Committee prior to making any exterior changes or improvements to your lot. • Without prior written Board approval, the following types of vehicles and vehicular equipment—mobile or otherwise—may not be kept, parked, or stored anywhere on the Property if the vehicle is visible from street or from another lot; mobile homes, motor homes, buses, trailers, boats, aircraft, inoperable vehicles, commercial truck cabs, trucks with tonnage over one ton, vehicles with advertising signage, vehicles which are not customary personal passenger vehicles, and any vehicle which the Board deems to be a nuisance, unsightly, or inappropriate. This restriction includes overnight parking on streets. • Portable basketball goals may be used in the front driveway, but shall be stored out of view when not in use.

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  • Water-Saving Seminars

    Published: July 25, 2017

    Using less water is not only good for the environment; itis also great for saving some extra dollars. The Fort Worth Water Department, in partnership with theTexas AgriLife Extension Service, is hosting a series of free seminars,highlighting the “how to of water-saving landscapes.”

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  • Volunteers Needed

    Published: September 03, 2015

    Every year these events are put on by homeowner volunteers. Our events are growing in size each year and in order to continue with these festivities, we are looking to add volunteers. Please do your part to help make your community a better place. As little as one - two hours of your time as a volunteer makes a big difference. If interested in any level of volunteering to help your community please contact us at volunteer@watersbendhoa.com.

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Architectural Control Requests

Published: October 28, 2016

Are you thinking about building, installing, or repairing anything on your lot? This can include patio covers, decks, sheds, and landscape borders, or are you considering making changes to your fencing, or house paint colors? Keep in mind, the Homeowners Association requires homeowners to complete an Architectural Control Request form to obtain approval prior to starting your project. Make sure to complete the “ACC” form before starting your project.

Also, the City of Fort Worth may require you to obtain a Residential City permit as well. Residential accessory building permits include items like storage buildings, detached garages, gazebos, patio covers, decks, carports and pool houses. Make sure to contact the city to request your permit before starting your project at 817-392-2222, or visit http://fortworthtexas.gov/planninganddevelopment/permits/residential-accessory-buildings for more information.

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