Event: Pet Registration and Microchip Event

Pet Registration & Microchip Event
Saturday, November 14, 2015
11:00 AM – 1:00 PM  – Park Pavilion

Come bring your fur babies and get them legal on November 14th. Animal Control Officer Brianna Brecher will be at the park pavilion to help us get our pets registered with the City of Kyle. She will be accepting registrations on site, so dont for get to bring your cash or checks. The fee is $5.25 if spayed/neutered, $10.50 if not, per pet. Registration form will be available for download on the community website or we will also have some on hand during the event.

Download the form here: Kyle Animal Control Pet Registration Form

Also, PAWS will be on site to provide Microchips for pets at $15 each. Checks, cash and credit cards accepted. (Chips will be placed on a first come/first served basis).


Event: 2015 National Night Out

Waterleaf Falls
National Night Out 2015

Old Time Carnival & Magic Show
Tuesday, October 6, 2015
6:00 pm – 8:30 pm

Step right up and join the fun! Our annual National Night Out celebration is here!

Join us from 6:00 pm to 7:15 pm for a hot dog dinner.

At 7:15 pm, we will have entertainment provided by magician John O’Bryant until 8:00 pm.

We will be giving out door prizes all night. (Must be present to win).

There is also a Carnival Costume Contest, so come dressed in your clown, strongman, popcorn, or other carnival favorite costume for your chance to win. One prize for adults and one for children.

Kyle and Hays law enforcement officials will be in attendance as their schedule allows, so come out and say hello and thank them for their service to our community.


Reminder: Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Neighborhood Watch 
Thursday, September 17, 2015
7:00 pm – Park Pavilion

Join Waterleaf and your Neighborhood Watch as we celebrate with an Old Time Carnival and Magic Show!


Volunteers still needed!!! Please join in and let us know what you would like to do!

We need: Carnival Game set-up, Food set-up, prep and servers, Game attendants, Clean-up Crew.

We do appreciate any donations neighbors could contribute for both the carnival game prizes (anything from candy to simple little tokens) and also prizes for a raffle. Raffle items can also be donated by your employers or your own business (gift certificates, gift cards, homemade desserts, use your imagination!) So far, a few we have received are a No Soliciting sign, 2 restaurant gift cards, and a BBQ apron.

Contact Neighborhood Watch if you can help us, we truly appreciate all volunteers! Email us if you can help in any way at Waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com

Reminder: Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Neighborhood Watch Meeting
Thursday, July 9, 2015
7:00 PM – Park Pavilion

We still need Block Captains! Sign up today!

A call out for Block Captains was given and we received some volunteers, but still need many more! Note that those volunteering on the longer roads are only responsible for about 10 – 12 homes on their streets. 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!

Attend our meeting or contact us if you are interested in becoming a Block Captain

Event: Fourth of July Community Parade

Fourth of July Parade
Saturday, July 4, 2015
Meet at 9:40 AM | Begins at 10:00 AM


Let’s “Red, White & Blue” it up! Decorate your bikes, cars, tractors, pets (must be on leashes), and whatever else you can think of, even yourself! Scout troops, kids groups, veteran neighbors, clubs and organizations are all invited! We will also enjoy a treat after the parade.

Anyone interested in walking in the parade should meet at the City Park on Abundance Lane(435 Abundance Ln Kyle, TX 78640). Spectators can line up along the streets on the East End of Abundance, Holly Grove, and New Bridge. The Parade will leave the City Park on Abundance at 10:00 am and proceed to the LEFT to Holly Grove, then RIGHT to New Bridge, and STRAIGHT to the Waterleaf Community HOA Park at the corner of New Bridge and Sheep Trail (330 Sheep Trail Kyle, TX 78640).

Volunteers can contact waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com to get involved.


Yard Decorating Contest

Don’t forget Neighborhood Watch is also sponsoring a “Fourth of July Yard Decorating Contest” (This is in addition to the regular Yard of the Month Contest). Make sure your home is decorated by the morning of July 4th to be entered. The winner will receive a gift card.


Event: Chalk it Up for Safety

Neighborhood Watch Sidewalk Coloring Night

Friday, June 5,2015


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!

Reminder: Neighborhood Watch Summer Kick Off BBQ

Summer Kick Off BBQ
Saturday, May 2, 2015
5:30 pm – Park Pavilion

NW Summer BBQ


Please join us for our first meeting of the summer.  We will have a presentation on home and neighborhood security, Waterleaf and the City of Kyle crime stats to date and hot dogs, chips and a drink!  All families invited!  You may want to bring a blanket or chairs.


Your May update from Neighborhood Watch. Attend the meeting for more details and a special presentation!

Hello Neighbors!

Neighborhood Watch is once again revamping and we need you! We will combine our efforts with the Social Committee and make this years goal to get neighbors out meeting each other. Your involvement is welcome, needed and appreciated by both committees. Let us know your ideas/ suggestions!

For the month of May we are asking anyone to volunteer as Committee Chairs and Block Captains.

Committee Chairs are those who would like an active part in planning and carrying out our duties for events and meetings. We need 1 to 3 people to join us. You can email us your interest or let us know at the BBQ!

Block Captains, this group will be the liaison on your street to help with communication between the two committees. It would be great to have one block captain to every 10 to 15 houses. Your job is to be open to neighbors who may have something to say to the committees, or you may have info to forward via a note card given by the committees. Very simple but so important for all of us!

So with this in mind time for a contest! READY – SET – GO!

Be the first to sign up for your street and win a prize!

We will hand out the prizes at our June meeting so we have one month to get as many of you as we can to help out! If you are interested please email us with your name, address and phone number and we will get in touch! include any questions you may have. EmailWaterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com


Upcoming events- mark your calendars!

June 3 – Sidewalk Coloring, get your family and chalk out front and get some art on the sidewalks! Imagination – please create a safety message/design. Then take a walk through the neighborhood and enjoy. Meet some neighbors!

July 4 – neighborhood parade and NW first annual Stars and Stripes Yard Award. Prize given for most patriotic yard display. Watch for details in June newsletter.

The neighborhood has been quiet this past month in terms of incidents. But please remember, the warm weather brings many outside. Slow down on the roads, keep eyes open for all using the sidewalks and streets. Keep our pets on leashes. Lights on out front in the evenings.

Stay safe,
Michele, Jeff and Jason

Reminder: Neighborhood Watch Meeting

Neighborhood Watch
Saturday, January 17, 2015
10:00 AM – Park Pavilion

We will be hosting a coffee with Kyle Police Department. Chief Barnett and Officer James Plant will attend. Please come out to meet them and your neighbors. They will be informing us of neighborhood and local incidents, safety tips and answer any questions you may have. If you would like, please email questions in to us and we will forward ahead of time towaterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com Remember every neighbor is part of Neighborhood Watch. We are the eyes and ears and need to report anything you feel is suspicious. Call the non-emergency number (512) 268-3232 or in case of emergency 911.

Neighborhood Watch had money left in the budget to use by year end. We purchased two folding tables and one propane heater to be shared and used by all committees, we will also purchasing a sound system with microphone. These items along with other committee purchases will help make future meetings more successful. A special thank you to resident Dean Blackmor and Home Depot. Dean received a donation of 28 aprons for event volunteers to wear identifying them as such. Thank you!

We look forward to the new year and hope to see you attend our meetings! Please send any ideas you have for meetings, watch tips, concerns to us atwaterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com

Happy safe New Year to all!

Michele Hinojosa, Jason Lolley, Jeff Swietek
Neighborhood Watch Committee

CANCELED: Neighborhood Watch Meeting


November’s Neighborhood Watch Meeting has been canceled and postponed until December. Please keep an eye on your newsletter and the community website for updates.


A note from your Neighborhood Watch:

Thank you Waterleaf Neighbors for making National Night Out a huge success! This was by far the biggest turn out for the event to date! We’d like to also thank Kyle Police Department, Kyle Fire Department, Mayor Todd Webster, Safety & Emergency Services Committee Member Damon Fogley, among others for visiting with us. Many ideas and concerns of both the neighborhood and City of Kyle were shared.

Thank you Lolita Doll with Re-Max (512) 415-9317, for donating the children’s bouncy house, this was a hit all night long! The kids also enjoyed the games! The candy jar “Guess the Pumpkins” game had 393 candy pieces inside. Winning guess goes to Roxanne Zuniga with 375.

Congratulations to our three participants for the dessert contest, all winners! 1st place – Alicia Torres with a black berry banana cream pie, 2nd place – (help us out here, we did not get her name!) with a coconut topped cream pie and 3rd place – Elise Loomis with white chocolate cranberry cookies. All three received a gift certificate.

Have a safe and wonderful November, keep an eye out for each other and the neighborhood, especially with the holiday season approaching. Remember KPD wants to hear from us, report all suspicious and illegal activity seen to them. The more communication and calls we have to them the greater presence they will have here in the neighborhood. As always in an emergency dial 911, for non-emergency issues (512) 268-3232

If you have any questions please feel free to contact Neighborhood Watch at Waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com

Michele Hinojosa, Jason Lolley, Jeff Swietek, Bill Sinor

Event: National Night Out

National Night Out
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
6:30 pm – 9:00 pm : Park Pavilion 


Join us at the Park Pavilion, 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm. Pizza will be served at 6:30!

Dessert Contest! Bring a dessert to enter into Waterleaf’s Dessert Contest. PIE – CAKE – CANDY- Your specialty!! Prizes will be given for 1st through 3rd place. One serving will be shared by judges, the rest served to guests.

We will also have family games for all to play, a bounce house and weather permitting, a hot air balloon to take a ride! As always we could use volunteers to help out, if you are interested please email us at Waterleafneighborhoodwatch@gmail.com

National Night Out is a great opportunity for citizens and law enforcement to partner up against crime. Waterleaf Neighborhood Watch invites you and your family to attend the event, meet your neighbors and commit to helping law enforcement reduce crime in your community.

National Night Out is designed to:

1. Heighten crime and drug prevention awareness

2. Generate support and participation in crime efforts

3. Strengthen neighborhood spirit and police community relations

4. Let criminals know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back

During the event, residents in neighborhoods throughout Austin and across Texas are asked to turn on their porch lights, lock their doors and spend the evening outside with their neighbors, police officers, firefighters and EMS paramedics. (There is no scheduled time for visits from various departments but they will be stopping by).