2022 Annual Meeting

The 2022 Scofield Farms HOA Annual Meeting has been scheduled for Thursday, June 16, 2022, @ 6:30 pm. The meeting will be held via Zoom Video conference and utilize online voting through VoteHOA. We will be electing three new Board members, as well as going through the year report.

Please register at this link to attend the virtual annual meeting:

Quarterly Board Meeting

The Scofield Farms ROA will hold the next quarterly Board meeting via Zoom on Thursday, February 17, starting at 11:30am. The meeting log-in will be as follows:

Meeting ID: 868 0648 1202
Passcode: 888160

Pool Closing Date

The last day for the pool season will be Sunday, October 24, it will remain open on a regular schedule (with occasional lifeguards) until that date. As always, if you have any questions, please reach out to the Board (board@scofieldfarms.org).

Pool Re-opening with Regular Hours

Effective immediately, the pool will revert back to normal summer operating hours (listed below), and we will no longer require Covid-19 Waivers to be signed for entry. 


  • The pool will be available to all residents – enter and swim at your own risk. 
  • The ROA is not liable for the health and safety of residents or guests when at the pool.
  • Guests will be allowed. Per the pre-pandemic policy, one guest per resident.
  • Following National, State, and Local guidelines:
    • Masks are not required; however, it is strongly recommended that those who are unvaccinated (age 10+) continue to voluntarily wear masks at all times when not in the water.
    • Physical/social distancing between families is expected and encouraged. 
  • Pool parties are not allowed at this time.

At any point in time, the pool rules, schedule, and lifeguard coverage can be changed due to changes in the State or Austin Public Health Guidelines. The 2021 Fall closing date will be announced later in the Summer. 

If the Pool FOB is not working to allow you access to the pool during operating hours, please contact CMA (512-339-6962, frontdesk@cmaaustin.com).

Pool hours:

  • Mondays: Open 6-8am, 5-10 pm (closed 8 am to 5 pm for pool shock/maintenance)
  • Tuesdays – Sundays: 6 am – 10 pm

Current Lifeguard Coverage:

  • Fridays: 4-10 pm
  • Saturdays: 4-10 pm
  • Sundays: 5 – 10 pm

City of Austin COVID-19 information site

Pool Re-opening!

The ROA is excited to be reopening the pool for the Summer with weekend hours starting May 14. With COVID restrictions still in place, we will be opening with limited hours and related restrictions. These restrictions are subject to change at any point, and failure to abide by the rules will result in loss of pool access for the remainder of the year.


  • ALL homeowners who wish to swim will need to fill out the COVID Waiver found online here. A copy of the form will be maintained at the pool gate, and you will need to check in with the pool monitor when you arrive by verifying your address. Only one form per household is needed for the pool season.
  • There will be no pool parties allowed until further notice.
  • No guests will be allowed until further notice.
  • Please have every member of your family ten and above wear a mask when outside of the pool.
  • Please maintain distance from those outside your household.

POOL HOURS (until further notice):

Pool open the weekends through the remainder of May:

Friday 4pm-8pm
Saturday/Sunday 8am-8pm

Open starting June 8, 2021:

Closed Monday/Wednesday
Open Tuesday/Thursday /Friday 8am-12pm, 4pm-8pm
Open Saturday/Sunday 8am-8pm

Pool hours will be posted both at the pool and on the Website. These hours are subject to change depending on City COVID-19 restrictions. Any changes will be emailed, posted on the Website and Facebook, and posted at the pool.

Meeting with the City of Austin

The ROA has uploaded to YouTube a recording of the informational meeting with the City of Austin regarding the “Texas Bungalows” purchase and planned facility. You can find that recording here.

This special meeting was called to ask questions of the City of Austin staff regarding the recent purchase of a local hotel to serve as a resource in Austin’s homelessness strategy.

Guest speakers were: – Diana Grey, Homeless Strategy Officer, City of Austin- Charles Loosen, Community Engagement, Homeless Strategy Division, Austin Public Health- Heidi Kahle, Policy Advisor, Office of Council Member Leslie Pool – District 7.

In addition, the speakers shared the following information links:

The City of Austin’s landing page for homelessness resources and response information: www.austintexas.gov/homelessness

Austin ECHO: www.austinecho.org

General Obligation bond investments in affordable housing (this list does not include recent hotel/motel acquisitions): www.austintexas.gov/department/roi-amounts-awardedIntegral

Care will be the property manager for the 13311 Burnet Rd (Texas Bungalows) property: https://integralcare.org/en/about-us/

Webpage for the Terrace at Oak Springs, a property managed by Integral Care that shares some similarities with the future 13311 Burnet Rd permanent supportive housing: https://integralcare.org/en/3000-oaksprings/

Council Policy and Direction on addressing homelessness: https://www.austintexas.gov/…/council-direction-and-policy

Austin Homelessness Dashboard: https://homelessness.dashboards.austintexas.gov/

Dec. 2020 memo on the City of Austin’s Protective Lodges (“ProLodges”): http://www.austintexas.gov/…/over-100-prolodge-guests…