Today is the last day for NWC Soccer Registration without late fees!
If you have already mailed your HOA payment, THANK YOU!
If you have not mailed your payment, please read the following information.
Patriot HOA Management, LLC mailing address changed June 1, 2016 to 1826 Grandstand Drive. The address change has been updated on all correspondence and our web site.
However, we are receiving many HOA payments from homeowners that have not changed our mailing address or the amount due on their Bank Account Bill Pay from last year’s information. Don’t take the chance of your payment being late because it was returned to you for an incorrect address or for paying the wrong amount.
Please check your Bank Account Bill Pay set up for your HOA payment account. The address for your HOA Bill Pay is:
Patriot HOA Management
1826 Grandstand Drive
San Antonio, TX 78238
The Statement you received in the mail also lists the HOA Bank address on the lower 1/3 of the statement. If you mailed your payment to the PO Box 60695, Phoenix, AZ address at the bottom of your billing statement, your payment has gone directly to the HOA’s Bank Account.
If you already mailed your payment in, you may double check your HOA account balance by logging in to your HOA Account at:
Click Login on the left side of the web page, then
Click Association Account Log In (Click Here)
A new window will open. Enter your account # and password.
– If you don’t have a password or forgot your password, email our office at email@example.com to reset and email your password to you.
Patriot HOA Management, LLC
With the evolution and availability of new security camera technology comes the question of how it best can be put to use and what it’s limitations might be. In government/military terminology they call it “actionable intelligence”. Example: If someone drives by your home and throws out trash and you have it captured on video, can NWC Security do anything. Maybe / Maybe not. A video of a silver four door compact car with the passenger wearing a light colored ball cap throwing the trash sent to Security after some delay, even as little as fifteen minutes much less hours, is not actionable. Most security cameras are not “high resolution” enough to identify the person or capture the license plate number. However, if the vehicle or person is known to the homeowner and that information is communicated to Security then action may be able to be taken. The streets are not NWC property so, except for a few exceptions, are not covered by our covenants and are under the authority of city ordinances and enforced by law officers. One such exception is the covenant that reads in part: “Vehicles No mobile home, trailer, motor home, tent, boat or stripped down, junked, or wholly inoperable vehicle shall be kept, parked, stored, or maintained on the street fronting any lot in the subdivision…” If the offensive action happens while on a property video may be used to provide to the management company to issue warnings and/or fines for covenant violations. Most properties in NWC have a covenant clause that reads: “Nuisance. No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on upon any lot nor shall anything be done thereon which may be or may become an annoyance to the neighborhood.” Let’s continue to work together to get as much as we can from the evolving technology to make our neighborhood a better place to live.