Low temperatures will range from the low 70s to upper 70s tonight with elevated humidity values. This will lead to muggy conditions tonight. Partly cloudy skies will become mostly cloudy overnight with no chance for rain. ... See MoreSee Less
Drought conditions continue to worsen across western sections of Texas. Abnormally dry conditions are creeping into the Hill Country, North Texas, the Brazos Valley, and East Texas. Folks in the Texas...
The City of Round Rock has canceled its Fourth of July parade plans due to the increasing number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the community. Earlier this month, the City announced that it...
Would you like to recognize your neighbor or yourself for Preserve at Stone Oak Yard of the Month? Do you see a yard that demonstrates above-average "curb appeal"! If so submit your nomination to the PSO Board at this email address: [email protected] by Saturday, September 26th, 2020.
The winner will be announced the first week of the month. The winner of the Yard of the Month will be provided with a decorative yard sign for display indicating their winning yard, one free month of HOA dues, as well as a positing on our community website which will include a picture. · All current Preserve at Stone Oak properties are automatically eligible. · Key criteria include manicured yard, beautification, originality, and creativity. · The upkeep of the yard can reflect the efforts of the residents themselves or that of a professional landscaper or groundskeeper. · The same property cannot receive Yard of the Month more than once a year, meaning at least 12 months must elapse between awards for the same yard. · Yard of the Month winners must be current with their Association dues with no outstanding fines due. · While an individual's home is being recognized as a Preserve at Stone Oak "Yard of the Month" they are expected to maintain their yard in the same manner that allowed them to win the title. · Winners may be disqualified if their property is in violation of any HOA covenants or ACC regulations. · In the event the homeowner who is chosen to have Yard of the Month does not wish to participate, they must contact the PSO Board as soon as possible. The Board will choose another yard. ... See MoreSee Less
🚸With RRISD starting up this week, school zones across Round Rock are active again. The Round Rock Police Department Traffic Unit reminds you to be safe and attentive while traveling through school zones. Watch for pedestrians and crossing guards and stop for school buses loading or unloading passengers. In Texas, it is illegal to be on your cell phone while traveling through an active school zone. ... See MoreSee Less
Officer Doug Teiber, who is a patrolman for the Round Rock Police Department, reached out to the Preserve at Stone Oak Board. He is currently assigned to the A1/A2 District which encompasses the Stone Oak Neighborhoods. He is reaching out to all of the HOA’s in his district to help address any concerns that they may have. If you have issues pertaining to crime, traffic, etc., he would like to be contacted and he will try to address them.