PLEASE NOTE NEW YARD AND HEAVY WASTE PICK UP DAYS

EFFECTIVE DEC. 10, 2018

Annual Assessment & Payments

Twin Falls Approved 2019 Budget

2019 Annual Assessment

$725 – Due January 1, 2019

Twin Falls Online Payments

To set up an account for online payments you will need your five digit account number, the management company ID (3129) and the Association ID (156).

Management Company ID - 3129

Association ID - 156

Please Note: We Do Not Accept Postdated Checks

Checks Are Deposited When Received

2019 Budget Review
Community Information
Pool Information

If you need an access fob for the pool please fill out the Owner Info / Pool Card form and return it to Community Solutions

Pool Fob Request Form

Twin Falls Pool FAQ's

Trash Service

WCA

281-368-8397

Containers for recycling and trash collection are provided once an account has been established with Harris County Mud #24. 

HC MUD 24's number is 281-353-9756.

Trash Pick Up days are managed and arranged by the MUD 24 Board of Directors.  The MUD Board negotiates and maintains the contract with the trash service provider.

EFFECTIVE Dec. 10, 2018

Monday – Trash, Yard & Heavy Waste

Thursday – Trash & Recycling

Additional Trash Information

Shredding and E-Cycling Day Information
Report Streetlight Outage
Water District

Harris County MUD #24

The MUD district can be reached through their Operator,
Hays Utility South at 281-353-9756.

Frequently Asked Questions

Architectural Projects

The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (the "Deed Restrictions") for Twin Falls Community Association, Inc. specifies that all improvements as defined in the Deed Restrictions must be approved in writing by the Architectural Control Committee at least 30 days prior to beginning construction or improvement.

To assist in your compliance with this restriction, complete this form and submit it with your plans and specifications for the proposed improvement.  Improvements should not begin until approval is received from the ARC.  The approval is valid for 90 days, work must begin within 90 days of approval otherwise, a new application must be submitted

Exterior Paint Guidelines

The colors encouraged for exterior paint are earth tones.

  • Prohibited colors are white, bold colors, primary color and pastels.
  • Each home can have a max of four exterior colors, including wood stain.

Exterior Paint Colors that are suggested and most likely to be approved by the Architectural Review Committee are:

  • Echelon Ecru
  • Morocco Sand
  • Sarsaparilla
  • Van Dyke Brown
  • Creamy
  • Threshold Taupe

Wood/Fence Stain Guidelines

The colors encouraged for exterior stain are earth tones.

  • Prohibited colors are white, bold colors, primary color and pastels.
  • Each home can have a max of four exterior colors, including wood stain

Exterior Stain Colors that are suggested and most likely to be approved by the Architectural Review Committee are:

  • Golden Honey
  • Antique Oak
  • Natural 500/400
  • Cedar Natural Tone

Reserve/Easement Mowing

The following streets have designated Reserve areas where the HOA maintains the responsibility of mowing the reserves.   Where resident homes are located on a corner lot that faces the streets listed below the HOA will maintain the area. If your street is not listed, the resident is responsible for mowing, upkeep, tree/shrub maintenance:

  • Twin Falls Crossing Lane
  • Cumberland Falls Drive  (includes homes with addresses on Jenny Lake Drive and Cedar Run Circle where the side easement is on Cumberland Falls Drive)
  • Limestone Point Lane (This includes the wooded area of the street only.  The home site side of the street is homeowner responsibility)
  • Villa Mountain Lane at Twin Falls Crossing before Castle Haven Lane
  • River Rapids Lane at Twin Falls Crossing Lane before Berry Garden Lane

Other common areas are maintained by the HOA as indicated on the map highlighted in green -

Common Area Reserves Map

Neighborhood Sprinkler Schedule

Watering and irrigation of the common areas are necessary for the upkeep of common areas.  There are approximately 35 zones that require watering.  A complete sprinkler cycle averages 11 hours.  The sprinklers are timed to begin at 8 p.m. and continue until complete, normally around 6 a.m.