Save the Date: Next HOA Annual Meeting
April 24th 2023 7 pm
Link will be emailed prior
State of Texas Senate Bill 1588
has some updates for HOAs
We are reviewing them and updating
our documents to comply.
To learn more about our neighborhood, please check out the following information. You may contact any of our Board members (see below) for additional help.
We really want to meet all of our new residents!
You are always welcome in our community!
If you need to contact us, please send an email to Lisa Smith, President. We normally respond very quickly to Resale Certificate requests and other questions. Please provide residence address and your contact information. Please use the Documents Section to download or view a copy of our Bylaws and Restrictive Covenants.
(The following is an excerpt from the City of Carrollton Code Enforcement web site.)
The Neighborhood Integrity Program creates and maintains a quality living environment in the city by taking an active role through code enforcement. Safe, healthy, attractive and clean surroundings are a part of what makes Carrollton a great community to live, raise a family, work and retire in. To maintain residential neighborhoods and commercial districts, code enforcement officers from Environmental Services perform regular inspections of the different neighborhoods and districts, and respond to complaints that are received in our office. Any violations found are addressed at that time and a reasonable amount of time is given to the resident or property owner to abate any and all violation(s) that were found to exist on their property. The goal of code enforcement is to gain compliance and ensure the property is properly maintained in the future. Should you have further questions regarding a code enforcement issue you may call us at 972-466-3060 or email your questions to us.
If you have observed and wish to report a violation of city codes please click here to make a report to us. Your report is kept confidential.
The Neighborhood Integrity Program can also provide an informational booklet to you regarding the program and how code enforcement can work in your neighborhood. Please email your name and address so we can deliver the informational booklet to you.
The City of Carrollton's web site has additional information: City of Carrollton Code Enforcement
The HOA participates in the local chapter of Neighborhood Watch. Every resident is welcome to participate in their meetings. If you are interested, please email Tiffany Wylie or telephone 972-529-8083. The purpose of Neighborhood Watch is to:
Please sign up for membership in "Nextdoor," which has been chosen as the official social web site for communication from various departments within the City of Carrollton. It is a free service and can be located here: Nextdoor
To email any Board member, simply click his/her name in the list above.
The Estates of Wellington Run Community Association is a not-for-profit organization serving the homeowners of our development. The Estates are located on the north side of Dallas, TX in the suburb community of Carrollton, TX. The residents in our development are widely diverse.
Membership in this organization is mandatory for all homeowners, per Article XIV, Section 14.1 of the protective covenants of the Association recorded as a matter of public record with the Office of the Dallas County Clerk at Volume 95013, pages 06268 of the Deed Records.
Our neighborhood encompasses 78 houses. Most of the homes are located on the side of a large slope near the eastern boundary of Carrollton. Generally, the houses are evenly divided between one-story and two-story designs. They range in size from 2400 sq. ft. to 3500 sq. ft. A number of the houses also include swimming pools.