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click here....June  2016 NewsletterMembers can read past newsletter on the website.

Westchester Association of Homeowners Grand Prairie Texas

Welcome to Westchester Association of Homeowners in Grand Prairie Texas.  We are a Covenant and Deed Restricted Community with a Grand Prairie PID.  WAHO has mandatory Deed Restrictions but with voluntary membership dues.  We would like to extend a warm welcome to all our new members who have joined; we look forward to getting to know you.  If you are interested in participating on a committee, contact a member of the board.

If you know of someone who recently moved in, please alert our Welcome Committee or a member of the board, they will greet the new neighbor with a WAHO Welcome Packet filled with information about the area to help them settle in.  We need everyone to support our HOA by paying their dues so we can support our community in which we all live.

You will find all sorts of information on this website-our newsletters are posted monthly, upcoming events, meeting minutes, etc are posted frequently.  Plus, community links and information that affects Westchester.  Members can post their business on Westchester's List. 

Please take a few minutes and familiarize yourself with our web site.  We have a lot of information here to keep our residents informed!  Please visit often, as this is your main source of WAHO information.  All registered members will receive various notifications directly from us.  You also are authorized to utilize the message boards (only members can view / post messages).


Website Maintained by WAHO Secretary.



Results of the 2015 Board Elections
Kurt Johnson - President
Louis Howerton - Vice President
OPEN - Treasurer
Pat Brown - Secretary


Neighborhood News
  • PUBLIC HEARING:  To consider a request to amend the concept plan for property located at 4603, 4607 and 4611 S. Carrier Pkwy, it is zoned PD-136.  (The original plan was for Townhouses)  This plan goes to Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday August 3rd at 7pm. Scheduled to go in front of City Council on Tuesday August 18, 2015 at 6:30pm for approval.  This is a 8.98 acre property.  Case #Z150703/CP150702 Contact Planning Division at 972-237-8255 for any further questions.
  • PID Meeting:  July 30, 2015 at 6:00 pm at the Betty Warmack Library.   Agenda: Introduction, rate increase, projects and contracts, budget and financial reports, appointment of one board member, citizens’ forum, adjourn. 
The purpose of the Westchester PID is to enhance the maintenance of public property beyond the level normally provided by the City. Westchester PID provides maintenance and improvements to the existing irrigation systems, fencing, and landscaping in the Westchester common areas and provides ongoing improvements to these areas in order to beautify our community and enhance our residential property values. 
May 2014
The Corn Valley gas well on Camp Wisdom between Carrier and Robinson Road has been plugged.  The site has been leveled off and the frack pond removed.    City Council has approved the re-zoning request to allow development of Single Family Homes. 
June 2013
Westchester Residents:  Sign up on www.Nextdoor.com 
Nextdoor is not a WAHO website but it does allow you to get alerts from other neighbors and neighborhoods.   Most importantly, the Grand Prairie Police can send out urgent alerts.   There is a notification tab on that website so you can filter e-mails to various digest settings.  
April 2013
*A safety study on the dam came out from the USACE on March 26th, 2012:  The screenings classified the dam as having Moderate to High Risk characteristics. The Moderate to High Risk classification is a result of potential embankment slope stability and erosion issues along with downstream consequences. Consequences include potential lives lost, economic, environmental, and other impacts.
*The pipeline going through our community was denied by the City Council Jan. 3, 2012 from lack of votes. Here was the proposed route: (Lake Ridge Parkway, Camp Wisdom, Matthew Road, Prairie Lane, Polo Road, Robinson Road, Barn Owl Trail, High Hawk Boulevard and tracts of City owned land in the High Hawk at Martins Meadow Addition)

Welcome New Members

Thomas & Donna DeHart
828 Chaparral Drive

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