About Jackson Communities
The Association of Jackson Communities is located in Sachse (pronounced SAK-SEE), Texas and is comprised of 308 homes. Jackson Hills and Jackson Meadows are the two neighborhoods that make up the Jackson Communities Homeowners Association, which is managed by Neighborhood Management, Inc. Tracy Ball is our primary contact.
Membership in the Association of Jackson Communities is mandatory with dues collected each January. Sachse is a rural community that is growing rapidly with the expansion of the 190 President George Bush Turnpike extending through the southern part of the City. Mostly residential, retail and commercial businesses are beginning to develop along Highway 78.
With the adoption of the updated Comprehensive Plan, the City is poised for future growth within the realm of the country living atmosphere.
Approval Needed Before Work on Property Begins
To avoid violations and the possible removal of a new project, please be sure that ALL building related or home renovation projects are submitted for ACC approval BEFORE WORK IS BEGUN! This includes NEW ROOFS, painting, landscaping, fences, etc.
Contact Neighborhood Management, Inc. if you have any questions (972-359-1548 X 189) or go to the Neighborhood Management website (https://neighborhoodmanagement.com).
Roof Ridge Vents Guideline Change
In 2016, the Board of Directors voted to allow roof ventilation ridge vents. Overwhelming support for the change was voiced at the meeting with no opposition. Therefore, any ACC request for roof ridge vents will be approved.
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Video Cameras for Your Safety
The Board approved to have video cameras installed in our neighborhood to tell criminals they are being watched when they enter our community.
Bylaws and Covenants
A copy of the current Governing Documents (HOA's Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws & Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions) can be viewed by CLICKING HERE.
Revisions to Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
CLICK HERE to review the 2016 Revisions to the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Note that this includes revisions required from 2015 legislative mandates.