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Coronavirus Update: Pool, Park, Playground and Pavilion Open with Modified Occupancy Limits


Update (7/12/20)

The below rules still apply to the pool. The capacity has been increased to 50% (75 people) and per state requirements a mask is required at the pool if you cannot properly socially distance from people outside your household.

Neighbors,
We got word this week that the City of Kyle’s order closing pools and playgrounds are set to expire and will not be renewed. The playground and pool will be open to residents effective Monday, May 18 by 10 AM. Residents should still exercise physical distancing from people outside of their household and practice good hygiene.
State of Texas guidance caps the occupancy of pools to 25% capacity, therefore the pool and patio occupancy will be capped to a maximum of 37 people at any time. The occupancy limit will be checked periodically. We will update the occupancy limit as state guidance changes. Noncompliance with capacity limits may result in pool closure.
In addition to the occupancy limit rule, we ask that any pool visitors adhere to the following guidelines:
  • Each household should limit the number of visitors in the pool to 4 people.
  • Please do not bring non-resident guests to the pool.
  • Household groups should observe a 6 ft. physical distance away from people outside their household group.
  • We ask that residents limit their time at the pool to two hours, to be mindful of the occupancy limits. Many people will want to use the pool and we ask that we all show continued neighborliness by sharing this amenity.
  • Please note, if you leave the pool reentry may not be possible if the capacity limit is reached on your return. It is important to remember once you leave the pool anyone who is waiting to enter will take your place.
  • Residents should practice good hygiene and if a person in your household is sick, coughing, sneezing, or feels ill, everyone in the household should not go to the pool.
  • Per the standing rules and regulations of the pool, anyone under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.
Thank you to everyone in advance for bearing with the pool’s extended closure. I hope you can find some time to enjoy the pool and the outdoors this summer and I look forward to seeing you all out there.
Thank you,
Cody DeSalvo, President
Meadows of Kyle Residential Community, Inc.

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Welcome to the Meadows of Kyle!

The Meadows at Kyle (MaK) Subdivision is located half a mile East of IH 35 off of Windy Hill Road in Kyle, Texas. The MaK Homeowner’s Association is managed by Goodwin Management, Inc. We are thrilled to have you as our neighbor and hope you are settling in to your new home nicely. Below you will find information about our HOA, area utilities, schools, and other important information.

About the HOA

The Meadows at Kyle subdivision is a deed restricted community. To view the covenants, conditions, and restrictions, and more please visit the About the HOA page.

HOA Dues are payable monthly to Goodwin Management, Inc. For additional instructions, visit the Goodwin Management Site and to pay online click “Owner Login.”

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Governing Documents – DCCRs, Community Manual

Our community is governed by a declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions. These documents outline the community rules and expectations. They also detail the home improvements that require HOA approval, such as, storage sheds, landscaping, solar panels, exterior painting, and more. Please take a moment to familiarize yourself with these documents, and save them for future reference.

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Pool Access Card

To obtain a pool access card, please download and submit the amenities access form. Follow the directions on the form for submission. You may choose to have the card mailed to you or you may pick it up at the Goodwin office in Austin, Tx.  Your account MUST be current to receive a card. The first card is provided at no charge. Replacement cards are $25.

Please also take a moment to review the Pool Rules.

Community Calendar

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Utilities

Electric

Pedernales Electric Company

1810 FM 150 West

Kyle, TX 78640

PH: 1-888-554-4732

Water

Goforth Special Utility District

8900 Niederwald Strasse

Niederwald, TX 78640

PH: 512-376-5695

Gas

Centerpoint Energy

P.O. Box 4981

Houston, Texas 77210-4981

PH: 1-800-427-7142

Trash

City of Kyle

100 W Center St

Kyle, TX 78640

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Utility Outages

In the event of a utility outage, please call the appropriate company to report.

Centerpoint Energy (Gas) 1-888-876-5786

Goforth Special Utility District (Water) (512) 376-5695

PEC (Electric) Emergency and Power Interruptions  1-888-883-337

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Schools

School are located in the Hays Consolidated Independent School District.

Hays CISD District Office

21003 Interstate 35

Kyle, TX 78640

PH: 512-268-2141

Tom Green Elementary School

1301 Old Goforth Road

Buda, TX 78610

PH: 512-268-8438

McCormick Middle School

5700 Dacy Lane

Buda, TX 78610

PH: 512-268-8508

Johnson High School 

4260 FM 967

Buda, TX 78610

PH: 512-268-8512

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City of Kyle Emergency Updates: Code Red

City of Kyle Emergency Update System - Click here for more information or to sign up

The City of Kyle uses the Code Red Emergency Notification System to deliver important messages to Kyle residents in the case of an emergency.

The CodeRed system uses phone numbers and addresses stored in the City’s utility data base to create an user friendly, internet-based interface to place calls quickly and efficiently in cases of emergency. Kyle residents can also access the system to enter other phone numbers should they want to be notified on their cell phones or at work should a message be sent to their home number.

Please visit the City of Kyle website for more information or to sign up to receive Emergency Updates.

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Things to Do In and Around Kyle

Parks 

There are many other great parks in the area – Steeplechase ParkGregg-Clarke ParkBuda City ParkLady Bird Lake in Austin and the San Marcos Children’s Park to name just a few. Lake Kyle is  on Lehman Road where children can play and licensed fishers can drop a line in close to home.

City-Wide Events

Vist www.CityofKyle.com for events throughout the year, including Kyle Market Days and Farmers’ Market, Kyle Fair and Music Festival, Easter Egg-Stravaganza, Movies in the Park, July 4th Fireworks and Santa’s Arrival/Tree Lighting Ceremony. The Kyle Chamber of Commerce also maintains a list of city events.

Other Favorite Attractions a Short Drive Away:

Kyle

Austin

  • Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum  – the only place large enough to tell the whole story of Texas! Catch an IMAX educational or feature film while you are there.
  • Texas State Capitol  – make sure you go for a free guided tour.
  • Zilker Park  – hike and bike trails, swimming at Barton Springs Pool, great playscapes, picnic facilities, miniature train rides, soccer fields, volleyball courts, concerts, festivals and conveniently located to Zilker Botanical Gardens, Umlauf Sculpture Garden, canoe rental, bat viewing at Congress Avenue Bridge and riverboat rides on Lady Bird Lake.
  • Shore Club Volente Beach – located on the shores of Lake Travis featuring water fun for the whole family. Kiddie pools, water slides, volleyball courts, boat and wave runner rentals and an adults-only pool as well.

Buda

  • Cabela’s – a must see! Aquariums and huge realistic taxidermy display.

Dripping Springs

  • Hamilton Pool  – swim, hike and explore at this gorgeous natural landmark with a 45 foot waterfall.

New Braunfels

  • McKenna Children’s Museum  – for the little ones!
  • Natural Bridge Caverns
  • Landa Park – hike and bike trails, swimming (including a spring fed pool, a kiddie pool, and an Olympic pool), multiple playscapes, picnic facilities, miniature train ride, paddle boat rentals, miniature golf and a nature trail.
  • The City Tube Chute  – the longest water slide of its kind carved into the side of the city’s dam on the Comal River. Great place to start a 2 hour scenic tube ride.
  • Schlitterbahn – Texas grown and owned water park.

San Antonio

  • Sea World  – meet Shamu and let the kids play at the Sesame Street Bay of Play. Now featuring a brand new top of the line waterpark and lots of wildlife interaction.
  • Six Flags Fiesta Texas – meet your favorite Looney Tunes and enjoy shows and rides for all ages throughout the park. Water park is free with admission in season.

San Marcos

Spicewood

For more to do in the area check out:

www.365thingsaustin.com

www.austin360.com

www.austin.citysearch.com

www.austinunique.com

www.kidzaustin.com