The Fronterra Gazette

Vol. 1, No. 4, May 2019

What's New in Fronterra at Westpointe??

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Welcome to the Fronterra Gazette. This newsletter was created to enhance communication in your community and to keep Fronterra residents up to date on neighborhood happenings, events, meeting dates, and much more!

Yard Maintenance - The Struggle is Real

Does your yard have you stressed out? With the weeks of warm weather and the abundance of rain lately, lawns and flowerbeds have really sprung into action. Healthy lawns take time, dedication, and perseverance. It can also be overwhelming when you don't know where to start! Click here to read an article from Central Texas Gardener on reclaiming your yard this summer.

May Highlight - The Pool Rules

Did you know there are specific rules for the pool in Fronterra?

The community pool is a fun place to be when the weather warms up. Here is a review of the rules. If everyone sticks to them, the pool can be fun for everyone!


Any conduct deemed to be dangerous or unwarranted is grounds for a word of caution, reprimand, or suspension from the pool.

Running, jumping, skipping inside the pool area is prohibited.

No pets, bikes, skateboards, rollerblades, scooters, or motorized cycles are allowed within the pool area.

No smoking or tobacco products.

Toys and balls of any type may be allowed in the pool.

No person may take, throw, admit, or allow any foreign substances in the pool.

Drinks and food items must be consumed in designated areas only and away from the pool.

No cutoffs or street clothes are allowed in the pool.

No snorkels or face masks are permitted in the Pool during open swim. Plastic swim goggles are acceptable.

No “summersaults”, “back dives”, cannon ball”, “preacher seats”, “can openers” or similar type

entries from the edge of the Pool are permitted.

No diving.

No glass.

No alcohol or drugs.

Radios shall be operated only with headphones.

HOA management shall have the authority to enforce all policies and procedures.

Failure to comply with the Pool Rules or instructions of the management office may result in

suspension from the Pool premises.


When is my HOA assessment due? How much is it?

Assessments are DUE the first day of January, April, July and October.

HOA assessment fees vary depending on which part of Fronterra you reside in.

  • Non-gated: $480 per year, collected quarterly
  • Gated: $940 per year, collected quarterly

You can pay your assessments online. Please scroll down towards the end of this newsletter for a quick link button.

If I am late paying my bill, what will I be charged for a late fee?

Late charges start to accrue after the last day of the month they are due. You will be charged a late fee of $25 per month plus collection fees and interest (if applicable) until the assessment is paid in full. If you have any questions about fees on your account, you can send an email to

Can I pay my HOA bill online?

Yes you can! You may initiate an automatic payment (ACH/E-Check) to have your payment automatically drafted directly from your bank account on a recurring basis or for a one-time payment. There is NO CHARGE for this service and it eliminates the need to schedule and mail checks. You will need your account number, the Management Company ID, and the Association ID. See below:

  • Management Company ID - 7405
  • Association ID - WPMC

Click on the button "Pay my HOA Bill" to be taken directly to the website address.

Help! My pool key won't work! What do I do?

Don't panic! Here's what you do:

  1. Take photos of all the numbers listed on your key card and email them to
  2. Include your name, address, and the date of the last time you tried using it.

Is there a specific fence stain required by the HOA?

Yes. The fence stain permitted in the design guidelines is Behr #501 semi-transparent cedar tone. However, Behr changed the product name to #533 Cedar Natural Tone Semi Transparent. This should be readily available at your local hardware/paint store. Click here for more information.

Helpful Contact Information

Reserve the Clubhouse:

Steering Committee (Patricia Arnold, James Crawford & Rolando Salazar):

Community Manager:

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