Chase Oaks (the web site) was started this past summer by a local homeowner, Van Landrum of 613 Homewood, using the available app from the San Francisco based company. This web site is a nonprofit which does not sell advertising nor does it send out email advertisements. It is FREE to join Nextdoor Chase Oaks. 1088 Chase Oaks homeowners have joined Nextdoor Chase Oaks to take full
advantage of this social media tool to communicate throughout the neighborhood.

People are using Nextdoor to:

  • Quickly get the word out about a break-in
  • Receive Crime Watch Alerts
  • Track down a trustworthy babysitter
  • Find recommendations for a repair man or for a contractor to do work at your home
  • Ask for help keeping an eye out for a lost dog
  • Find a new home for an outgrown bike or sell items for extra cash
  • Finally call that nice man down the street by his first name

Nextdoor’s mission is to use the power of technology to build stronger and safer neighborhoods. Nextdoor hopes to inspire its members to be a better neighbor. They challenge members to hold themselves, and each other, to the highest standard of neighborly behavior by using respect in all of their communications.

Van Landrum continues to serve as the moderator for Nextdoor Chase Oaks and is doing an excellent job with this social media app. There are protocols in place to verify sign ups are members of the surrounding neighborhood.

COHA is happy to announce that Van Landrum has agreed to take over as our web master for COHA’s and to join us on the COHA Board. Van has already upgraded our COHA site to present our information in a more straight forward and stream lined format.  is the link where you can go to find out more about the total offering of the company, Nextdoor of San Francisco, California.

As Nextdoor grows the number of Chase Oaks homeowners involved in ongoing communications, it will be a valuable resource to our community.

Yes, there will be two web sites available for use by Chase Oaks homeowners, both sites are free and are voluntary to use as you see fit for your family.

Check it out for yourself......

Broken Windows

Living directly next to any golf course, brings with it the inherent problem of broken windows due to errant golf shots. Here are some suggestions to follow if you suffer a broken window.

1.    If you are home when a golf ball breaks a window, call the Watters Creek Pro Shop immediately at 214-509-4653 and ask for Jeff Holt, General Manager, or for the manager on duty. Either Watters Creek person will offer their assistance in tracking down the golfer who hit the shot based on the information you can provide such as the number on the side of the golf cart(s), color of the golfer’s shirts, and the time the incident happened at your home. No guarantees that the golfer will pay up, but payment for the broken window by the golfer happens more often than not.

2.  If you are not at home, then please follow up by sending an email to Jeff Holt with a report of the incident to . Neither the City of Allen nor the golf course are legally liable to pay for your broken window, but the data provided will help to build a case for future safety enhancements to be implemented by the ownership of the course.

3.  Keep a file of your expenses in replacing broken windows as this information directly led the golf course to extensively reroute the course for the homeowners on Water Oak Drive.

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