Scofield Farms Pool Update

May 7, 2020

Our biggest community asset, the Scofield Farms pool is undergoing a beautification project and will reopen pending state and city government guidance. Presently, the current Governor proclamation states that public pools and private ROA community pools can open on May 8th but only at 25 percent capacity. There is no way for our ROA to properly monitor that kind of limitation without significant increase in cost to homeowner dues. So, we will have to wait until the capacity limitation is lifted.

Meanwhile, some of the pool upgrade projects underway include:

1. Removal and replacement of the front gate (completed)

2. Repaint perimeter fence (under way; changing from green to black)

3. Paint pool building soffit (changing green to cream – underway)

4. Paint metal area at front gate (black – to begin soon)

5. Install large umbrellas at southeast side of pool (in process)

6. Remove, update and replace pool signage (updates include addressing vaping, smoking and pool contamination accidents/protocol)

7. Remove and replace existing lifeguard chairs (ordered) and paint chair poles (underway)

8. Addition of new potted palms (finalizing research)

9. Lastly, order new pool furniture with commercial grade pool furniture (received and ready at opening)

The ROA Board understands the desire for many residents of our community to open the Scofield Farms pool as soon as possible. We remain hopeful with you that soon we will be able to enjoy some summertime fun in a beautiful updated pool center.

Best regards
Pool Committee

CMA – COVID-19 Notice

Dear CMA Clients & Owners,

In light of the current COVID-19 situation, our office is closed to the general public. We will continue to work our normal hours to assist any clients and owners as necessary. We are available via phone at 512-339-6962 or via email at In addition to closing our office our managers will not be attending regular board meetings or annual meetings until further notice. We highly recommend that annual meetings be cancelled or postponed until the current crisis has subsided. Should you need assistance in cancelling any meetings please let your manager know and we will assist however needed. Our managers will be available to hold regular scheduled board meetings via teleconference for any client who wishes to hold their regular board meetings in this manner. Please communicate with your manager if you wish to have our office coordinate meetings via teleconference. You are welcome to contact us for any needs in this regard. We value working with you and look forward to resuming standard business practices as soon as the situation allows.


Certified Management

Scofield Farms ROA Board Meeting

Board Meeting Picture

The quarterly board meeting of the Scofield Farms ROA Board will be held January 15, 2020 starting at 5pm. The meeting will be at Parmer Woods at North Austin (formerly Brookdale), 12429 Scofield Farms Dr., Austin, Tx, 78772.

The agenda can be found at the link below:

Thank you,

Scofield Farms ROA Board of Directors

Labor Day Pool Hours

The Pool will be open on Monday, September 2 from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. for Labor Day. There will be Lifeguards at the pool on Labor Day from 4 p.m. to 10 p.m. The Pool will then be closed Tuesday, September 3 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for cleaning.

Dive-In Movie Night

Join your neighbors at the pool on Saturday, August 17 @ 7:30pm for our Dive-In Movie Night with a showing of Secret Life of Pets. The Coin Drop (postponed from our Independence Day celebration) will occur before the movie starts, and Andy’s Custard (our new yummy neighbors) will be providing frozen custard!

Meet the Candidates

The Board of Directors is comprised of five members with staggering three year terms elected by Scofield Farms homeowners. This year two Board positions will be available for election with three interested candidates running for these positions.
To vote for the candidate of your choice you can: (1) turn in your completed proxy to a current SF board member or send the proxy to CMA at; OR (2) attend the Annual Meeting and vote in person.

Judith Daniel
I would like to respectfully submit my name as a candidate for the Scofield Farms Board of Directors. My husband and I moved to Scofield Farms in the summer of 2016. We now have a 3 year old boy and a 1 year old girl. I love this neighborhood and look forward to watching our children grow and thrive in this close community.
I believe my position as a mom with a young family in Scofield Farms will be invaluable to the Board. As more young families move to this neighborhood, they will expect to have representation of their specific needs. I have a strong interest in keeping our neighborhood in line with the increasing house prices, to remain competitive to similar priced neighborhoods, and attractive to the young families that are now moving to the neighborhood.
My professional and volunteer background is directly applicable to a Board position:
· Over ten years of experience in non-profit work, including working in a professional capacity with volunteer Boards.
· Three years at the University of Texas, developing alumni relations and fundraising for the Department of Computer Science. This position required interaction with a variety of alumni and University Directors.
· Experience in fiscal management, creating and maintaining budgets both for individual projects and general fiscal years.
· A background working with volunteer teams to help develop new processes and guidelines – Currently I serve on the Parent Advisory Team at my son’s preschool, as well as on the Executive Board of North Austin Mom’s Club (an extremely active club, which has over 150 members).
I would be excited to serve on the Scofield Farms Board, to help our neighborhood continue to grow and serve the needs of the residents. I appreciate your consideration.

Paul Maine
I have previously served as a board member and board president. I have lived in our neighborhood for more than 20 years. I have a passion for keeping our neighborhood a nice and safe place to live.

Ketan Patel
I have had the honor of serving on the Board of Directors for the past three years (the past two years as Board President) and would appreciate the opportunity to continue to serve the community as a Board member.
My wife and I have lived in Scofield Farms for over 7 years. We have raised our two young boys here and we have grown to love the sense of community around us. We love seeing neighbors out walking dogs, kids riding scooters and bicycles around the neighborhood, and being able to waive a friendly “Hello” to people passing by. I have seen the neighborhood change over the last 7+ years. New friends move in, while old friends move out. Businesses close but are replaced by new ones. This sense of community is what drives me to want to continue helping the neighborhood during the period of growth for the area around Scofield Farms that we are experiencing.
While I have been on the Board, the Board has reached out to our neighboring communities to start dialogues with their Boards and share information. This most recent iteration of the Board has also worked with Architectural Control Committee (ACC) in order to get clarification and updates on several issues that the Board thinks are important for those in our community. I am proud of the channels of communication we have been able to open, but there is still more we can do. And that’s why I want to continue to serve on the Board, to continue to give back to the community that has given to my family.

The 2019 Annual Meeting of the Scofield Residential Owners Association will take place on:
Date: Wednesday, June 5, 2019
Registration: 6:30 p.m.
Time of Meeting: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Capital Area Council, Boy Scouts of America – Fickett Center
            Meeting Room B
           12500 N IH 35
            Austin, TX 78753