Newsletters

The Gazette is the official neighborhood newsletter for Parkway Estates Homeowners Association and is published multiple times throughout the year. If you are a member of the homeowners association, you can review or download an electronic version of the Gazette by clicking on the image that appears below. It may take a few seconds for the newsletter to open once you click on the image. A password is required to view the newsletters. If you don't remember your password, fill in the form below and the password will be sent to you via email.

If you are not currently a member of our homeowners association, you can view the SAMPLE ISSUE to see what a typical newsletter looks like. To become a member, all you need to do is pay your annual homeowners association membership dues of $50 per year. You can do this online with either a credit card or paypal by going to the Pay Dues page.

If you would like to submit comments or ideas for future issues, you can contact the editor by filling out the contact form that appears below.

 
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If you normally view the newsletter online (in color) and would like to discontinue receiving the paper copy which normally gets mailed to you, then fill out the form below and click on the DISCONTINUE PAPER COPY option.

If you do not currently receive a paper copy of the newsletter but would like to have a paper copy mailed to you - and you have paid your annual homeowners association membership dues, then you can click on the SEND PAPER COPY option.

You can also use the form below to submit your email address so that it can be included on the neighborhood email distribution list.
NOTE: We treat all email addresses confidentially and will never give it away or sell it.


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Alerts and Announcements

Parkway Estates Wins Award from City of Plano

Planoaward Members on the Parkway Estates Board of Directors have been working hard to implement "green technologies" long before "going green" was cool. For example, we have expanded our website to include useful information such as alerts and special announcements which always appear on the home page, our "new resident packet", newsletters, schedule of upcoming events, community activity information and photos, and our service provider listings (similar to Angie's list but with a local perspective).

The website is promoted as "the place to go" to learn about neighborhood and City-wide activities and programs. As a result, we are able to provide frequent, timely, and ongoing effective communications without adding to our landfills. We also issue neighborhood surveys and neighborhood alerts via email to members of the homeowners association.

Over 200 homes in our community utilize the website on a regular basis. Members of our homeowners association also have the option to "opt out" of receiving the hardcopy version of our newsletters. Since a neighborhoodwide email is issued with a link for viewing the latest issue as soon as it gets posted to our website, we are able to drastically reduce the number of copies that need to be printed and mailed.

All of our hardcopy communications (e.g., Annual Directories) bear labeling that we should dispose by shredding, utilizing the City of Plano recycling program in the Spring. This not only promotes the community recycling program, but it also serves to safeguard personal data involved in our publications.

On September 20, 2011, the City of Plano presented Parkway Estates Homeowners Association with an "Environmental Community Award" in recognition of these efforts. Those pictured in the photo are Mayor Phil Dyer, Connie Kouba (Parkway Estates representative), Autumn Dillon (City of Plano, Sustainability).

 

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