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:

Austin ECHO:

General Obligation bond investments in affordable housing (this list does not include recent hotel/motel acquisitions):

Care will be the property manager for the 13311 Burnet Rd (Texas Bungalows) property:

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:

Council Policy and Direction on addressing homelessness:…/council-direction-and-policy

Austin Homelessness Dashboard:

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

Pool Closing & Playground Reopening

The pool will close for the season after the weekend. The last day for the pool will be Sunday, October 11.

The playground will be reopening this weekend (October 11). However, it will be play at your own risk. The playground is not being sanitized or cleaned. Please wear a mask and maintain six feet distance from others not in your family. We cannot guarantee the safety of the playground equipment in relation to COVID-19.

Summer Pool update and reminder

As summer is winding down we just want to remind everyone of the some major pool rules still in effect as directed by the SROA Board of Directors and local governmental authorities:

1.      NO Pool Parties are allowed

2.      NO gatherings of more than 10 people

3.      Pool Capacity is still at 50%  or 63 owners

4.      Pool Waiver forms MUST be signed up each entry

5.      Masks are required for all over the age of 10 – unless you are in the pool

6.      Social distancing of 6’ is required for persons not in immediate family household

Anyone not following the rules will be asked to leave by the gate monitor and could lose pool privileges for remainder of the season.   Our goal is to allow residents to enjoy the amenity but also to keep each of us safe!

The pool will continue the summer hours through Sunday, September 6. The pool will be open for Labor Day Monday, September 7. After Labor Day the pool will only be open Saturday and Sunday from 8am – 8pm, and will not be open during the week. The pool closes for the season at 8pm on Sunday, October 11.

4th of July – Chalk the Walk!

The social committee is filling a void of the COVID cancelled Annual Pool Party on the 4th of July with a Chalk Walk instead. They will provide a bag of chalk for each person wanting to participate (i.e, if you have two kids you may take two bags) starting Monday 6/29.

Your job will be to get your creative designs and/or inspirational words on your sidewalk or driveway by July 4th. Then everyone can walk the neighborhood to view the encouraging and amazing art work. There is no need to RSVP for this “event”, just pick up your chalk at one of the following locations:

12617 Pony Lane
13150 Bayfield
1716 Quarter Boot Cove 

Scofield Farms ROA Annual Meeting

July 15, 2020 6:30 p.m.
Zoom Meeting at:
Meeting ID: 829 4301 8833
Password: 297356 

Due to the current restrictions in place for Covid19, the 2020 Scofield Residential Owners Annual Meeting will be held on July 15, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will occur via Zoom video conference and all voting will be handled by absentee ballots. If you wish to assign your vote by proxy, please contact Peggy Kuhns at CMA via

Use the following links to view Annual Meeting Information: Agenda and NoticeCandiate BiosBallot, and Past Minutes.

You can join the Zoom Meeting at: 
Meeting ID: 829 4301 8833
Password: 297356 

Important agenda items include: (a) Report of Officers, (b) Election of two (2) homeowners to the Board of Directors, and (c) any other new business.

Nomination forms were distributed via posting on and email blast to residents on June 9, 2020 with a deadline of June 14, 2020.

Those persons who asked to be considered for the board of directors are on the linked meet the candidates & absentee ballot. In order for business to be conducted, a quorum of 10% must be established. Each ballot signed and returned will also count towards the 10% quorum requirement. Even if you plan to join the conference meeting, please return the signed ballot before the deadline to ensure quorum is met!!

Please use one of the following methods to return the signed ballot no later than July 15, 2020 at 12 noon to: Email: Fax: 512-339-6962 or Mail: 101 River Hills Drive, Georgetown, TX 78628.

The packet mailed via postal service to each owner includes: Agenda and Meeting NoticeMeet the CandidatesAbsentee Ballot2019 Minutes2019 financial summary, and May 2020 financials (corrected document from 6/24 mailout) to have on hand during the meeting.

Thank you for your attention to this important matter. If you have any questions regarding the annual 2020 Scofield Residential Owners Association annual meeting, please contact the board or call CMA office at 512-339-6962 or email at

Pool Opening Update

The Scofield Farms ROA Board of Directors voted on Monday, June 15 to provisionally open the pool on June 23, 2020 for the 2020 season. The Board voted to officially file rules with the County which will permit the Board to set and change rules to address health and safety concerns moving forward.

The future pool status is subject to closure based on city, county, state and federal orders. Residents must abide by new temporary rules that have been put into effect for the duration of the COVID situation and the 2020 season. All residents will be required to complete a waiver for their household.

No guests nor parties will be permitted during this season.  Full-time gate monitors will be used to control capacity, remind residents of rule compliance and perform regular surface wipe-downs.  Due to increased COVID related budget impact – the association will be unable to provide life guards during peak times. SWIMMING HAS ALWAYS BEEN AT YOUR OWN RISK for all participants entering the facility.

Pool capacity, under orders from the Governor, must be limited to 50% which for Scofield Farms is 63 persons. Thus there is the possibility you could be refused access due to capacity limits. The Board urges residents to limit their use of the pool to no more than 2 hours per day.

The ROA is increasing janitorial services for restroom cleanings each day the pool is open. Contracted monitors will not only seek to enforce ROA rules but will also regularly wipe down surfaces during their shift.

Showers and changing areas will be closed and marked off with caution tape. Residents should come dressed to swim and plan to change at home.

Please note all new signage on the property and adhere to the requests to maintain a safe and pleasant environment for all persons.

Facility furniture is only available for use by residents AT YOUR OWN RISK. These will not be wiped down nor maintained more than on a weekly basis. Furniture may not be moved during this period.

Each arriving homeowner must sign and complete an updated waiver and acknowledge the risks. A new waiver must be completed each time you visit the pool.

Residents must comply with social distancing practices including use of masks for those over age 10 outside the pool water. Parents must ensure their children do not encroach on other guests.

Any resident who may be at a higher risk with respect to COVID-19 is encouraged to not use the pool center during this pandemic. Any person experiencing or otherwise exhibiting any symptoms of COVID-19, who has tested positive for COVID-19, or was exposed to someone with COVID-19 within the last 14 days may not enter the pool area. If you have any COVID-19 related questions, the Association recommends you contact the appropriate health officials. USE OF THIS FACILITY IS DONE AT YOUR OWN RISK.

Mondays – CLOSED
Tuesday – 8 am-12pm; 4pm-8pm
Wednesday – CLOSED
Thursday – 8 am-12pm; 4pm-8pm
Friday – 8am -12pm, 4-8 pm
Saturday – 8 am – 8 pm
Sunday – 8 am- 8 pm

OPEN – June 23
CLOSE – September 28
After Labor Day – schedule will reduce to only weekend (Friday thru Sunday) access through the end of September.   All future pool status is subject to closure based on city, county, state and federal orders.
If you observe reportable activity at the pool, please email


Thank you for your patience during this season of change and challenge.