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Welcome to Preston Community Association
 
Homeowners: Register for our email list and access to the Homeowner section of our website here.
 
Homeowners wishing to submit project applications: please register or sign in, then see 'Architectural Review' to review guidelines and submit your application using the link on that page.
 
If you are a member of the association and have not registered on the website, we strongly encourage you to do so.  The members-only section contains board meeting minutes, financials and other sensitive information.   Also by registering your email we can contact you quickly and easily with little to no expense. 
 
   Preston Community Association News   
2016 Annual Meeting
Posted on Nov 17th, 2016 Comments (0)
The PCA Board held the 2016 Annual Meeting last evening, November 15th, at the Prestonwood County Club.   A copy of the presentation from the meeting can be located here.
As part of the official business for the night, Alan Knuckles & Joe Cable were re-elected to the board, and Dave Newman & Bharat Vedak were also nominated for their first two year term.  
There was also a vote for the replacement of the community’s street signs which passed.
Thanks to Preston Country Club for their hospitality and use of the beautiful facility and all the Homeowners that attended!
 
Town of Cary leaf collection
Posted on Nov 2nd, 2016 Comments (0)
Bag the Bags and Rake Your Leaves Curbside in Cary
This month the Town of Cary will begin its annual loose leaf program, a free service offered to all Town of Cary solid waste/recycling customers. Beginning November 7 and continuing in sweeps through January 23, 2017, citizens can rake leaves to the curb for pick-up based on the 2016 collection map and schedule. 
To ensure collection, remember to:
Place leaves curbside and away from storm drains, water meters, fire hydrants and off of sidewalks and streets by 7 a.m. on the first day of collection in your area
Park away from leaf piles to ensure the Town’s vehicles can access the leaves
Remove yard debris like sticks, grass clippings and rocks from your leaf pile
Please note that drivers often enter neighborhoods in advance of the collection schedule to verify the most efficient routes; this does not impact the collection schedule. Citizens may request additional loose leaf collection at their address from November to January for an additional $100; call (919) 469-4090 to schedule. At any time of the year, leaves in reusable containers or paper bags can be placed curbside for regular yard waste collection or taken to the Citizen’s Convenience Center, 313 N. Dixon Avenue, at no charge. For the map and more, search “Loose Leaf Collection” at www.townofcary.org or call (919) 469-4090.
 
 
Crabtree Crossing - repaving project
Posted on Oct 31st, 2016 Comments (0)
Weather permitting, from October 31-November 4 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m., crews working on behalf of the Town of Cary will repave Crabtree Crossing Parkway from Balsamwood Court to Hampton Pines Drive. At least one lane of Crabtree Crossing Parkway will be closed throughout the work; flaggers will be on hand to direct traffic and an escort vehicle will lead drivers traveling in the area. Drivers who travel through the area should use caution and consider taking alternate routes to avoid delays. The work is part of the Town’s 2016 Resurfacing and Street Maintenance Projects.
 
Morrisville Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update - Online Survey Now Available!
Posted on Oct 10th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Town of Morrisville invites the public to help update the Town’s Comprehensive Transportation Plan, which describes a community-wide vision and recommendations to improve safety and mobility for all users of the transportation system, including people who bike, walk, drive, or take the bus. An open house was held at Town Hall on October 6th from 5pm to 7pm. If you weren’t able to make it, you can still provide input during the first stage of the plan development process by completing the online survey, which consists of a brief questionnaire as well as an interactive map exercise. Complete the survey by November 18th, and stay tuned for news about the next open house!


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Help us make Morrisville a better place to live, work and play!
Posted on Sep 27th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Town of Morrisville invites the public to help the project team and Town staff create a community-wide vision and shape the future of safety and mobility for all users of the transportation system, including people who bike, walk, drive, or take the bus.  Engage in the planning process by coming to the first open house event.  Drop in at any time to learn about the Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update, engage in interactive activities, and provide your input.  For more information visit www.townofmorrisville.org/transportationplanupdate. 

When:        Thursday, October 6, 2016
Time:          5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (drop-in)
Location:    Town Council Chambers (Town Hall)
                    100 Town Hall Drive, Morrisville
 
Cary Reminds Utility Customers of Year-Round, Alternate Day Watering Rules
Posted on Jun 30th, 2016 Comments (0)
 
CARY, NC – With summer’s heat right around the corner, the Town of Cary reminds its utility customers of the Town’s year-round watering rules. Customers can water on any of three watering days depending on their addresses; odd-numbered street addresses can water Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays while even-numbered addresses can water Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays; there is no automated watering on Mondays. The Town allows hand watering and drip irrigation any day of the week. Those who irrigate with reclaimed, well, or pond water are exempt from Cary’s Alternate Day Watering rules. Cary’s rules apply to business and residential property owners in Cary and Morrisville who get their water from the Town of Cary.
Cary offers the following tips for customers who want to get the most out of their water:
•           Irrigate in the early morning or late evening. 
•           Aim sprinklers and spray heads at lawns and landscaping and not at hardscapes. 
•           Water deeply and infrequently to help develop a deeper turf root system.
•           Activate the rain sensor on automatic irrigation systems to prevent sprinklers from running in the rain. 
For more, search “Alternate Day Watering” at www.townofcary.org, or to request an Alternate Day Watering magnet call (919) 469-4030.
 
Preston Community Association Annoucements
Posted on Jun 9th, 2016 Comments (0)
Hopefully this Summer season has started well for you! Please find enclosed your Preston Community Association announcements.
 
Information Follow-up from PCA Community-wide Safety Meeting
Posted on Mar 14th, 2016 Comments (0)
We hope you were able to attend the PCA Community Safety meeting at Prestonwood Country Club Sunday afternoon. We'll have information for all PCA members over the coming weeks so all can benefit from this event.

In the meantime, here is some information that may be useful for you:
 
1)  The contact person for comments regarding the Morrisville Parkway Road Closure is Tamera Holliman with the Town of Morrisville.  919 463-6188  THolliman@TownofMorrisville.org
The link to Frequently Asked question is located:
map of closure and recommended detour is:
 
2)  The website for materials including the static cling decal shared at the meeting:
 
3) A PCA member shared that a police officer encouraged them to have their alarm company come and check their home system once a year. Some companies may charge for this service, so its best you check with your company. Companies may also conduct a remote test each month of each home security system.
 
 4)  The Wake Transit Plan 
Will likely be on this November's Ballot and David Powe can be a resource for PCA members. His contact info is  David@WakeUpWakeCounty.org  919 450-5831
 
AT&T Installation taking place for areas in Preston Community Association
Posted on Feb 25th, 2016 Comments (0)
Preston Links, Preston Plantation, Preston Trails, Peninsula at Preston, Preston Ponds East, Preston Estates, Preston Crossing, Preston Glen (Announcement from AT&T)
Preston Community Association

AT&T would like to notify you and the residents of your community that we will be upgrading services in your area by placing new fiber cable. Services available over the fiber lines include U-verse® with AT&T Gigapowerâ„ . In an effort to notify residents, door hangers will be placed at the property prior to the fiber installation. One purpose the door hanger serves is to provide a construction name and number to each resident if there is digging at or near their property.
Residents can contact the contractor, ANSCO, directly at (919) 779-1497 should there be construction questions and/or concerns.
 
Preston Community Association Announcements 2/5/2016
Posted on Feb 5th, 2016 Comments (0)
Preston Community Association Announcements from your HOA manager and Board of Directors, 2/5/2016:
 
The Month of February is starting out feeling more like Spring than Winter, but the Association wanted to remind those who still have Christmas holiday decorations up that they have to be removed. Courtesy notices will be sent to addresses that have holiday decorations, so if you usually use your back door but perhaps decorated your front door for the holidays, you might want to make a quick check for anything still in view.
 
Neighborhood Watch: Your Preston Community Neighborhood Watch is in need of a coordinator who can keep communication flowing between the Association’s numerous neighborhoods and volunteers, as well as lead the charge in generating more volunteer interest throughout the PCA community. For more information, please contact your PCA Manager at diane@casnc.com
 
Community Safety Meeting:
Please mark your calendar for Sunday, March 13th from 4-6pm for a special Preston Community Watch Meeting at Prestonwood Country Club, 300 Prestonwood Parkway, Cary NC 27513. 
Please share this meeting with your neighbors and plan to attend.  Please keep an eye out for e-mail blasts and news updates on the PCA website: www.prestonca.com . If you are a PCA member and are not yet registered for PCA e-blasts, please register via the PCA website.
 
Road Closure starting Feb 8th:  If you live near or travel through Preston Community near Crabtree Crossing and Morrisville Parkway, please note that According to the NCDOT, Morrisville Parkway will be closed between Crabtree Crossing and Bristol Creek for about six months beginning February 8th. More information is available at www.prestonca.com
 
Garbage / Landscaping Debris at curbside: Trash, recycling, and yard waste should be set out for pickup no sooner than 24 hours in advance. Also, per the updated Arc guidelines for 2016, containers from curbside pickup need to be removed from the curb and returned to storage (not visible from the street) no later than by 7am the following day.
 
Woodpiles: Woodpiles are allowed in Preston Community, but they should not be seen from the street and they must not be stacked or stored immediately adjacent to any portion of the house. If you have a woodpile in view from the street, please move it to a less conspicuous location on your lot.
 

 
   Preston Community Association Upcoming Events   
Monthly board of Directors Regular Meeting
Thursday, December 15th, 530-8pm at Life Experiences Building, 260 Towerview Ct. Cary
Monthly meeting of PCA Board of Directors. All PCA members welcome
 

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