• Community-wide Fall Garage Sale 2018

    Saturday, September 29 & Sunday, September 30

    8:00 am – 5:00 pm

    It’s time to explore the closets, the attic, and the garage!
    Find those items you no longer need but are too good
    to just toss out and join in on the association’s neighborhood garage sale to earn a few extra dollars!

    An ad will be placed in the SA Express News.

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    Silver Oaks, HOA, Inc.  Annual Meeting

    Wednesday, October 10, 2018
    registration to begin at 6:30 pm
    meeting to begin at 7:00 pm
    Kay Franklin Elementary School
    9180 Silver Spot
    San Antonio, TX 78254

    Please see the attached Notice which includes the Proxy!
    If you are unable to attend the meeting, please be sure to send in your vote via email to Ryann Cecci, Director of Community Management at

    Link to Attachments

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    Garage Sale 2018

    Saturday, May 19
    8:00 am – 3:00 pm

    It’s time to explore the closets, the attic, and the garage!

    Find those items you no longer need but are too good to just toss out, and join in on the association’s neighborhood garage sale to earn a few extra dollars!

    An ad has been placed in the SA Express News.

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  • Repost of e-mail message from today:

    Silver Oaks HOA
    March 15, 2018

    Dear Residents,

    This is reminder that commercial vehicles that are owned by residents of Silver Oaks are not allowed to be parked neither in your driveway nor in the streets at the end of the day.

    We would like to remind you that the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions for your Community states, in part: “No campers, boats, trailers, motor homes, travel trailers, camper bodies, golf carts, recreational vehicles, non-passenger equipment or accessories related thereto may be kept on any Lot, unless such item is operable and such item is (i) kept fully enclosed within a garage located on such Lot; (ii) kept fully screened from view by a screening structure or fencing approved by the ACA; (iii) temporarily parked on any street within the Property or on a Lot for the purpose of loading or unloading; or (iv) a commercial vehicle that is in use for the construction, maintenance or repair of a Dwelling or Lot in the immediate vicinity.”

    If you own a commercial vehicle, you will need to make other arrangements to park and/or store it. This restriction does not apply to commercial vehicles from companies that you have coming to your home for construction, maintenance, or repair to your home. If you have any questions regarding this community restriction, please be sure to let me know.


    Ryann Cecci
    Community Manager

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  • Repost of Facebook message from today:

    Good afternoon,

    The HOA with PULTE is coming to an end I have agreed to canceled the HOA meeting that would have taken place this month. We will be having the meeting at turnover which is projected to be in a few months.

    As per the bylaws we can only extend the meeting 90 days. It is believed so far that all will be completed in June or July. The meeting will be held then to determine the New homeowner’s board and the ACC members for our community.

    It will be imperative that we have as many members present at this meeting, as we will be moving forward with what needs to be done with our community.

    I will be running for President of the Board if the community so wishes.

    I am currently ready for the turn over and have made arrangements to have the bids already from 2 different Management companies. Which I already have in my possession ready for the transition. Those are Spectum and lifetime management companies. Or there is also an option to keep FSR.

    Anyone wishing to be on the board please be on the look out in the upcoming months for the paperwork to be nominated.

    As Always myself and and Bryan will always be here for any community needs.

    I will keep everyone updated as information comes to me.

    Everyone have a blessed day.

    Allen T. Pearce-Mishler

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  • Repost of e-mail message from today:

    Silver Oaks HOA
    March 15, 2018


    Dear Residents,

    We have had several reports of pets being off their leashes and running through the community unattended.

    We kindly ask that ALL pet parents abide by our Community Documents, which states, in part: “No animals, livestock or poultry of any kind will be raised, bred or kept on any Lot, except that a reasonable number of cats, dogs or other generally recognized household pets may be permitted on any Lot; however, those pets which are permitted to roam free, or in the sole discretion of the Board, make objectionable noise, endanger the health or safety of, or constitute a nuisance or unreasonable source of annoyance to the occupants of other Lots shall be removed from the Lot upon the request of the Board. If the animal owner fails to remove the animal from the Lot after the Board’s request, the Board may remove the animal, in addition to imposing such other sanctions as are authorized by the Declaration and the By-laws. All animals will be kept in strict accordance with all local laws and ordinances (including leash laws) and in accordance with all rules established by the Association. All persons that bring an animal onto the Common Maintenance Areas shall be responsible for immediately removing any solid waste of said animal.”

    Silver Oaks, HOA is  outside of the San Antonio City limits, and homeowners may contact Bexar County Animal Services:   FOR A DOG OR CAT PROBLEM, CALL: 210-207-4738 (Old number was 210-207-6650)  If you have a problem with a domestic animal, such as a cat or a dog, the county animal services can assist you, and this is a free service. If you have a complaint about a dangerous dog or cat, a nuisance barking dog, a stray cat, kittens, puppies, pet adoptions, negligent pet owners, please give the county a call.
    An additional option is to purchase a device such as a ‘Bark Stopper’ from a pet store.  The cost is about $15.00.  The device is about 5” long and it can be attached to your side of the fence.  There is no harm to the dogs and a bark stopper is an effective tool.

    We want to remind all residents and their guests of the importance of our covenants and following the rules, as situations with loose animals can prove unpredictable, and we want to avoid dangerous situations.  Animals should be on a leash at all times if they are not in your yard.

    Thank you for helping to make our community great!!


    Ryann Cecci
    Community Manager
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  • Easter Update and Announcement
    Candy total 5,134
    Non-candy 1,139
    Total 6,273

    Almost to our 10k+ mark!

    STUFFING these eggs…March 17th, next Saturday! From 5-7pm. Will provide pizza…maybe some wine…or byob. Please let me know if you can help 😊…Please…

    Contact Bryan Pearce for more information.

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