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About TVPOA

Tahitian Village is a deed restricted, architecturally controlled subdivision.  The Tahitian Village Property Owners Association (TVPOA) Board is comprised of six volunteers from within the community elected by the membership. Each year three Directors are elected to serve a two year term. The Board addresses the property owners' concerns and enforces the covenants and deed restrictions.

The Board works in cooperation with the Architectural Control Committee to ensure that guidelines are met and that property values are maintained.  All structures (including but not limited to fences, sheds and new homes) built in Tahitian Village require a permit from the Architectural Control Committee (ACC). For more information about the permitting process and the ACC go to "Building in Tahitian Village".

TVPOA hosts several events each year such as Clean Sweep quarterly events, and also produces the Pine Post
newsletter.

Tahitian Village is a property owner's association rather than a home owners association.  Simply put, this means you do not have to own a home in Tahitian Village to be a member.  Membership to TVPOA is automatic, however no dues are required at this time.

 

A good neighbor is a priceless treasure
— Chinese proverb

Clean sweep

The next Clean Sweep will be on October 19th from 8-2 pm. For more information, please email us at info@tahitianvillagepoa.com or call the office at 512-321-1145.

Board Meetings

TVPOA meetings are held the third Tuesday of each month at 7:00pm at 120 Corporate Dr. and meetings are open to the
public.

Board vacancy Notice

The Annual Meeting of the Tahitian Village Property Owners Association has been scheduled for February 8, 2020 at 1:00 pm at Hampton Inn. In addition to annual reports and speakers, Tahitian Village also will need to hold elections for the positions on both the POA Board of Directors and the Architectural Control Committee. Terms will expire for places one, two and four on the POA Board of Directors and two of the positions on the ACC will expire. Directors serve for two years on the POA. The POA Board meets once a month on the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. and at the Annual Meeting of the property owners. There are events throughout the year which may require your attendance but usually no more than two and many events that you will have the opportunity to attend voluntarily.

Architectural Control Committee members serve for three years. The Committee meets once monthly on the first Monday at 5:30 p.m. Committee members may be asked to attend additional meetings to work on Building Guideline revisions. Some Committee members voluntarily tour the construction sites weekly with the Association Manager and all Committee members must occasionally be available to review applications in the Manager’s office.

If you are interested in serving your community, the deadline for candidate registration is December 13, 2019. All candidates will be vetted by the Election Committee. Candidates must be Members in Good Standing, as described in Article Five of the Certificate of Formation (formerly known as Articles of Incorporation) and all candidates must be property owners in Tahitian Village. All candidates must be vetted even if no election is needed. An election is not required if the number of candidates is equal to the number of vacant positions.

Candidates must provide the following information by the registration deadline:

1. A completed Candidate Member Profile

2. Proof of Ownership in Tahitian Village (a copy of your property deed)

3. A brief biography

4. A completed Petition for Support (signature must match what is shown on

deed)

5. Texas DPS Criminal History Record (can be obtained at:

https://records.txdps.state.tx.us/DpsWebsite/CriminalHistory/

Please contact the office to acquire the Candidate Member Profile and Petition for Support documents. Property owners who are not sure about the commitment of serving are encouraged to call the office. I would love to sit down and go over the duties and responsibilities of serving the community. Anyone wishing to run for a position on the Board or Committee must register by end of the business day on December 13, 2019.

2019 POA MEETING MINUTES

2018 POA Meeting Minutes

2017 POA MEETING MINUTES

2019 FINANCIALS

  • January

  • February

  • March

  • April

  • May

  • June

  • July

  • August

  • September

  • October

  • November

  • December

    ****Balance Sheet and Statement of Cash Flows are available for review at every POA meeting and at the office between the hours from 8-5 pm ** Audit report is also available upon request at the office.

2018 Financials

2017 Financials

History

Resources


Meet our board

President           Jan Schwindt     Place 3                2019-2021

Vice-President   Jan Kuchel               Place 1                 2018-2020

Treasurer           Don Fannin                      Place 2                 2018-2020

Secretary            Mary Jo Creamer           Place 5                 2019-2021

Director              David Carter                    Place 4                 2018-2020

Director             Stacy Savage                Place 6                 2019-2021 

 

TVPOA/TVACC Association Manager - Amanda Homesley


SERVICES

TVPOA hosts a Clean Sweep every quarter.  Usually Clean Sweep is held the third Saturday of January, April, July and October for about six hours in the morning and early afternoon.  Clean Sweep is held in the parking lot of the local Water District building located at 106 Conference Drive (behind Walgreen's). Although there is no charge for this service, donations are gratefully accepted.

Clean Sweep accepts items that are not normally allowed in your household trash pickup.  Items that Clean Sweep cannot accept are:

*  Motor Oil    *  Wet paint    *  Car parts    *  Batteries    *  Live ammunition * TV’s * Freon/Coolant

Below is a list of some of the items that Clean Sweep CAN accept:

*  Mattresses   *  Appliances  * Brush * Lawnmowers * BBQ Grills * Exercise Equipment  * Tires (there is a nominal charge for tires)

* Metal  * Furniture * Windows & doors  

You must show proof of ownership or residence in Tahitian Village.  This service is available to tenants as well as owners in the subdivision.  If you have a large amount of items to dispose of, you may be asked to take the load to the main transfer station which is about five miles from Tahitian Village.


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