SAFETY UPDATE: Please Attend the Kyle City Council Meeting – Tuesday, July 21, 2015 7:00PM


We are asking for resident support at the upcoming Kyle City Council Meeting held at Kyle City Hall Council Chambers located at 100 W. Center Street, as our topic has been added to the agenda. Our HOA Board has been in contact with the City Council regarding safety concerns with excessive speeding and careless drivers in our community. At the June Board Meeting there was discussion of the possibility of adding more stop signs, especially on the main entry points: Waterleaf Boulevard, New Bridge Drive, and New Country Road. There is an understanding that increased police presence may not be a viable option, but concerned residents feel that a traffic study should be conducted to determine the effectiveness of stop signs and/or speed humps. The Board understands that speed bumps would impede emergency vehicles and that is not our desired result. The Board also realizes that there may be a cost associated with installation of speed humps and the Board would be open to considering this cost, if it proves to be a possible solution. The Board is also open to any and all suggestions to help make Waterleaf Falls a happy and safe community.

Megan Honick, Board Treasurer will be holding a planning meeting for residents who wish to come out and voice concerns. Please come to the Park Pavilion on Sunday, July 19th at 6pm, so we can brainstorm our plan to fit our material into the allotted time at the City Council Meeting.


Communication Committee

June 2015 Newsletter

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To All of Our Neighbors:

With Spring’s arrival came the much needed rain. It was wonderful to see the beautiful yards that many of our residents have taken so much time, energy, and pride in that helps make our little community beautiful. So much so, that it has been difficult to figure out who to nominate for the Yard of the Month. We invite everyone to nominate your own yard, a neighbor’s, or even a house you just happened to drive by that makes you think, “Wow, that yard looks great.” Send all of your nominations to . By doing so, we think you being a part of the decisions that are made will help bring a sense of community here in Waterleaf Falls.

Another way you can help make decisions for Waterleaf Falls is by participating in our Governing Documents Review Task Force. As our time with KB Homes nears an end, it is time that we take a close look at some of the needed changes and updates to our Governing Documents. We invite you to review our current bylaws and DCCRs and contact the Task Force at with changes you feel are important to help keep the integrity of this community.

Also, don’t forget that school will be coming to a close during the first week of June. This means we will have children running around the neighborhood, riding their bicycles, skateboarding, and families walking to the swimming pool. We ask that you help protect our children and neighbors by being an attentive driver, obeying the speed limit and stopping at stop signs. Please help us keep all of our children and neighbors safe this summer.

As always, keep an eye on our calendar here in the newsletter for all of the great events happening around our neighborhood. We also hope you have a wonderful summer and look forward to seeing you cooling off at the pool!

David, Tracy, Jason, Darla, and Megan
Your Resident Board Members


Community Calendar



Neighborhood Watch Sidewalk Coloring Night

Everyone is encouraged to go out in front of their home and chalk it up for safety! Bring your family outside, design sidewalk art with a safety message and pictures. Then take a stroll through the neighborhood and see the masterpieces! Another way to say “hello” and meet your neighbors! Kyle PD and Kyle FD have been invited to come by the neighborhood if they have time to visit the neighborhood. Have fun!




Keep our Neighborhood Safe!

Hays CISD’s last day of school is Wednesday, June 3rd which means many neighborhood children will be out enjoying their summer break. Each of us is responsible for the safety of ourselves and our neighbors.


Obey all traffic laws
Be sure to come to a complete stop at stop signs and do not speed. The speed limit here is 30 MPH.

Watch for children
Keep an eye out for children playing outside. Watch out for bikes, balls, skateboards and other toys that may fly into the road.

No distracted driving
Kyle does not have a hands-free ordinance, but we should all be sure to put the phone down when driving for our safety and the safety of others.



Be street smart
Look both ways before crossing the street. Move out of the way quickly when vehicles are approaching.

Know where your children are
Make sure you and your kids have a system in place for checking in or be sure to stay close for supervision.

Use common courtesy
Be careful when outside not to disrupt neighbors’ lawns or lawn decor. Pick up after yourself and your pets.

Stay hydrated
Texas summers are HOT. Drink plenty of water to avoid dehydration.


Thank you!

PawsShelterandHumaneSocietySmallWe extend a huge thanks to PAWS of Central Texas right here in Kyle for their help and support during our pet microchipping event last month. It was a great success and we were able to help many neighbors ensure that they will be reunited with their pets in the event they are lost. Thank you to all of the individuals who volunteered their time to help with this event as well.

As a reminder, our Waterleaf Pet volunteers do keep a database of pet photos and owner contact information as another way to help pets get back home. If you would like to be added, email a photo of your pet and your contact information to




Water Safety Tips

Pool season is in full swing and as the temperatures rise, so will the pool traffic. Take time now to prepare your family for their visit to the pool. Water safety is extremely important to help prevent drowning and other incidents. Here is great guide from the YMCA.



Summer Movie Programs

Movies at the Lake – The Boxtrolls
Friday, June 12, 2015 – Sunset
Lake Kyle Park – 700 Lehman Rd, Kyle 78640

Movies begin 30 minutes after sunset and are shown at the amphitheater at Lake Kyle – visit for additional information and directions.

All movies are rated G or PG, and are free to the public. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and snacks.


Buda Movies in the Park
Every weekend in Summer – Sunset
Buda City Park – 204 San Antonio Rd. Buda 78610

Movies are FREE to the public and you have the chance to see the movies all weekend long for some films!

June 5 – Tangled

June 12-14 – Paddington

June 19-21 – Muppets Most Wanted

June 26-28 – An American Tail


EVO KidFlix – Summer Movie Clubhouse
Begins June 9, 2015
EVO Entertainment 3200 Kyle Crossing, Kyle 78640

EVO KidFLIX is a ten-week program of recently released family films. Starting June 9, we’ll have one of these movies every Tuesday at 10 am throughout the summer!

Pricing: Tickets to each show are just $1 at the box office, or you can purchase a KidFLIX Punch card and get into all 10 films for just $5!

Tickets will be available at the box office on June 1st, 2015.

June 9 – How to Train Your Dragon 2

June 16 – Boxtrolls

June 23 -Mr. Peabody and Sherman

June 30 – The LEGO Movie


San Marcos Movies in Your Park
Every Tuesday at Sunset
San Marcos Plaza Park

Come early, pick your perfect spot and enjoy the movie & festivities. Pre-movie games begin one hour before sunset. Free admission, bring your own blankets and lawn chairs. Concessions available for purchase.

June 9 – Planes Fire & Rescue (This one will be at the Commemorative Air Force Hangar at San Marcos Airport 1841 Airport Dr, San Marcos)

June 16 – Annie

June 23 – Cinderella (2015 version)

June 30 – The Mighty Ducks


Neighborhood Watch needs your help for upcoming events!

4th of July Parade. Saturday July 4
Let’s Celebrate America’s Independence!

Waterleaf’s 4th of July Parade. We will meet at the City Park on Abundance promptly at 9:40 am. The parade will begin at 10:00 am and end at the Pool Pavilion. Lets “RED WHITE and BLUE” it up! Decorate your bikes, pets (all on leashes), cars, tractors, and whatever else you can think of, even yourself! Scout troops, kids groups, veteran neighbors, clubs and organizations are all invited, so put your group together! We will enjoy a treat after our march. Route will be City Park on Abundance to Holly Grove to New Bridge to Waterleaf Park. No rain date.

4th of JULY NW “Stars and Stripes” Yard Decorating Contest!

Please have your home decorated by 4th of July morning. (This is in addition to the regular monthly Yard of the Month contest.) A gift certificate will be awarded to best patriotic yard in the neighborhood.

July Neighborhood Block Party

A Host/Hostess is needed to volunteer their front yard for the get together. We will help you plan, set-up/clean up and attend! You invite your immediate neighbors, everyone brings food to BBQ and a dish to pass. The Kyle Police and Fire usually attend depending on calls. We have had a lot of fun at these informal get togethers!


PLEASE NOTE THAT FIREWORKS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN KYLE CITY LIMITS (INCLUDES WATERLEAF)! Any person in violation, in the city of Kyle, may be charged by a class C misdemeanor. The fines for possession or use of fireworks is anywhere from $500 up to $2,000.




Kyle Police Department Vacation Watch Program

Summer is here which means many are planning vacation(s). Unfortunately, thieves will be on the lookout for homes that appear vacant for a period of time. If you are planning to be out-of-town for an extended amount of time, in addition to asking a neighbor you trust to keep an eye on your house, you can notify the Kyle Police Department and they will check on your residence or business for up to ten consecutive days while you are away. If you will be gone longer than that, you can fill out a subsequent request. Simply fill out a Vacation Watch Form which can be found at:

Some safety tips from KPD:

  • Have an alarm installed even if you choose not to have it monitored. Burglars will not stay if an alarm is going off.
  • Stop all deliveries or arrange for a trusted neighbor to pick up your mail, newspapers, and packages.
  • Have a neighbor place garbage cans at the curb on your normal pickup day and return them after the garbage pickup is made.
  • Let your neighbors know when you will be gone. Have them call the police if there is any suspicious activity.
  • Ask a neighbor to occasionally park in your driveway.


Committee Updates

Board Meeting
Thursday, June 4, 2015
6:00 PM – Park Pavilion

All residents are encouraged to attend and meet your new resident board members as we discuss and vote on our ideas to better our community.


HOA Inspection Dates

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Wednesday, June 17, 2015


Social Committee Meeting
Saturday, June 6, 2015
7:30 PM – Park Pavilion

Join us to help plan more fun events for our community. Stay after the meeting for our first movie in the park to see Big Hero 6!

We would love more volunteers in the neighborhood. We have over 900 homes and only a few people planning events on a regular basis. Fresh faces bring fresh ideas and new ways to bring the community together!

Movie in the Park – Big Hero 6
Saturday, June 6, 2015
8:00 PM Park Pavilion




Neighborhood Watch

Hello Neighbors!

Neighborhood Watch held its first BBQ of the summer this past month. Presentations were given on crime trends in Kyle and the central Texas area comparing Kyle’s stats to the central area. Tips were given on how to safeguard both our homes and ourselves. An overall agenda was given on the purpose of NW and what the future plans are. Thank you to Alex Martinez, and Rick and Nola Plumb who volunteered to help from set up to clean up and everything in between!

The Neighborhood Watch Committee is looking for a volunteer to join the team. Please let us know if you are interested! Email us at

Block Captains

A call out for Block Captains was given and we received 8 volunteers. Note that those volunteering on the longer roads are only responsible for about 10 – 12 homes on their streets. Continue to volunteer if you live on those please. Take the time to meet your Captain if they are on your street and remember with the number of homes we have here, we need many more. Please volunteer, we need YOU!


  • Richard Rodriguez – Wistoria Ct.
  • Alex Vara – New Bridge/Peachtree
  • Darla and Cary Damron – Mistletoe
  • Catalina Islas – Rummel
  • Holly Williamson – Apricot
  • Lisa Bible – Pomegranate Cv
  • Susan Coleman – Karrie
  • Michelle Cohen – Quinton Cv

Crime Blotter The blotter gives info on actual calls made to Kyle Police Dept. for service here in Waterleaf. This report posted is for January thru April of this year. We will try and get a monthly update each month. This info is calls only, no results given. Please remember the importance of calling in anything you see suspicious!



Kyle Police Non-Emergency 512.268.3232

Emergency 911

Stay safe, Michele, Jeff and Jason



Yard of the Month

Congratulations to our May Winners!



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