How are we organized?
Why do we have an Association?
As detailed in our Articles of Incorporation, the Turtle Creek Village Owners Association is a non-profit corporation and operates for nonprofit purposes pursuant to the Texas Nonprofit Corporation Act. The Association is formed for the sole purpose of providing for the acquisition, construction, management, maintenance, and care of Association properties. The Association's powers, privileges, duties, and obligations are set forth in our governing documentsBylaws and the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (Declaration or DCCRs).
Every homeowner (Member) receives a copy of these and other legal documents when they purchase a home in Turtle Creek Village, usually electronically via a closing portal or at their closing meeting.
How is the Association Organized and Managed?
The Association consists of a Master Association and a Sub Association. As described in the About Turtle Creek page, the Master Association consists of all Members: single-family, townhome, and condominium owners. The two condominium sections are also organized as a Sub Association of the Master. This website presents only information related to the Master Association.  

The Association is governed by a three-person Board of Directors (Board), elected by the Members. The Board has the power and duty to administer the affairs of the Association in accordance with the governing documents. The Board is also responsible for the ongoing operation and maintenance of Association properties, equipment, and structures. 

The Board has contracted with a property management company, who is responsible for carrying out the decisions of the Board, assisting in administering the affairs of the Association, and the overall operation and maintenance of Turtle Creek Village.
Is Association Membership Optional?
No. Any person who is a registered/deeded owner in Turtle Creek Village is automatically a Member of the Association. Membership is mandatory. It ceases when the person ceases to own property in Turtle Creek Village. Every Member is subject to the requirements of the governing documents.