From: Sun City Texas Community Association
Date/Time: 11/6/2020 9:00 am
Subject: CA Communicator - Weekly Bulletin - Nov. 6, 2020

 CA Communicator
November 6, 2020
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Feeding Deer and Other Wildlife Prohibited
Sun City Texas CC&R and City of Georgetown Municipal Code state feeding wildlife is prohibited (other than birds):
  • Section 8.3 of the community's Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) prohibits residents from feeding wildlife in the community other than birds. Additionally, Paragraph 2.1. (e) of Exhibit C of the CC&Rs prohibits capturing, trapping, killing or feeding wildlife including, but not limited to deer, feral pigs, raccoons, opossums, squirrels, reptiles and rabbits.
  • Chapter 8.05 of the City of Georgetown Municipal Code prohibits the intentional feeding of deer and classifies this offense as a Class C misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not less than $75 or more than $125.
Sun City COPs will start patrolling on Monday, Nov. 9.
Sun City COPs (Citizens on Patrol) is an organization of dedicated volunteers willing to donate their time in an effort to keep Sun City crime free, and to assist residents in other ways when appropriate. Any resident who can spare time for two or more 2-hour shifts per month is encouraged to apply.
COPs patrols are primarily observing for suspicious activity, which they report to the Georgetown Police Department by cell phone. COPs ARE NOT watching for violations of Community Association restrictions.
 Board of Directors November Schedule
 Resident Directors'
Open Session
Tuesday, Nov. 10
3 p.m. • SCB
 Board of Directors Meeting
 Thursday, Nov. 19
1 p.m. • SCB
Friendly Reminders
Submitted by Jim Romine,
Executive Director,
Here are a few reminders for all of us. Please be safe and take good care!

  • Please remember, you cannot drive your golf cart on the sidewalks. The only location off Sun City golf courses to drive on a pathway is between Sun City Blvd. and N-59.
  • When walking your pet, please remember to keep them on a leash and please do not cut through neighbor’s yards when out and about!
  • Please remember to remove your political signs in accordance with our rules. You can recycle your political signs at the collection truck or trailer placed in the Legacy Hills Park Pavilion and the Cowan Creek Amenity Center parking lots.
'Tis the season to beware of those scam artists who are definitely on the naughty list!
During the holidays we would like to remind residents to be diligent and double check all information before sending money, gift cards or gifts. While new scams pop up every day, criminals are especially busy this time of year.
Every year seniors send thousands of dollars assuming they are helping their grandchildren out of an emergency situation. An example of one such scam involves a call from a “lawyer” or “court official” asking for bail money for a grandchild. Be very careful when receiving items in the mail and before sending any money or signing up for something, check it out.
Please click here to visit the Georgetown Police Department’s Crime Prevention & Safety Tips page to arm yourself with information about scams and how to report fraud. 
Request for Submission: First Crush
No matter how old you get, you never forget your first crush. For the upcoming February issue, Sun Rays wants to know: who was your first crush? Was it the kid next door? The class clown? An older sibling’s best friend? Robert Redford? (Of course it was Robert Redford.) What did you like about them? Did they know how you felt? Sweet or silly, romantic or regrettable, please send your first crush story (300 words or less, please) to by Friday, Dec. 18 for consideration. Photographs are highly encouraged. For questions or assistance, please contact Jaime Calder at 512-948-7745.
Native Area
Maintenance Schedule
Phase 2 of our Level 3 maintenance continues to move at a rigorous pace. We plan to have all mowing completed before the Thanksgiving holiday.
Masks and Social Distancing Outdoors
Please carry a mask for those times when you are not able to keep six feet of physical distance between you and people that are not in your household. This is especially important to remember when walking the hiking trails, sidewalks and when outside with others in potentially close proximity.
Williamson County COVID-19 Impact Dashboard: Click here>>
Board and Chartered Club Committee
Approved Transitional Guidelines
To view the most current list of Transitional Guidelines approved by the Board
 City and Government News
Political Sign Recycling
Please recycle your political signs at the collection truck or trailer placed in the Legacy Hills Park Pavilion and the Cowan Creek Amenity Center parking lots.
Collection vehicles are now available through Sunday, Nov. 8.  Signs will be returned to respective officeholders and/or candidates who request them for future use. Signs not claimed will be recycled.
Reminder: Election signs in your yard must be removed no later than 10 days after the election to which the sign refers.
Fire Stations 6 and 7 to help emergency response
The City has completed construction on two new fire stations to serve growing areas of our city and emergency response area. Fire Station 6 on Williams Drive at FM 3405 will serve the far west side of our city, while Fire Station 7 on University Avenue at NE Inner Loop will serve the east side of town. 
Experience Lights on the Georgetown Square
Celebrate this holiday season in Georgetown with twinkling lights, local shopping and dining plus music around the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas.
There will not be a traditional countdown event to flip on the lights. Instead lights will come on each night from mid-November through Saturday Jan. 2. The City is also putting together a special video, so people can experience the magic of the lights from home. 
Hazardous Household Waste
Collection Event
Voucher required. To get on the voucher list, call 512-930-3640 or email
  • Wednesday, Nov. 18
  • 3 - 6 p.m. 
  • 425 E. Morrow St. at San Gabriel Park
  • 300 cars allowed


Click here for more info>>

 Around Sun City
 Honor a Veteran:
Place a Brick on the Plaza 
Deadline for December Installation
is Monday, Nov. 16
To order a brick: Access the website No log-in required to view this information.
Follow these steps:
  • About Us (top of page)
  • Veterans Memorial Plaza (left side of page)
  • How to Order a Brick (right side of page)
Bricks may be ordered and purchased online, or pick up a form at the Member Services Office. Forms may also be downloaded by following the instructions above.
Veterans' Information
For information on benefits and other services for Veterans, click here
Pool Table at The Retreat Opened Monday, Nov. 2
As of this past Monday, the pool table at The Retreat is open for play. Please click here to see the transitional guidelines Masks are mandatory. All lobbies are still closed at this time. 
Fabric & Fiber Craft Fair 2020
  • Saturday, Nov. 7 and Sunday, Nov. 8
  • 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Cowan Creek Pavilion
The talented members of Fabric & Fiber will be offering hand made crafts for purchase. Come check out the popular items for your home, furry friends, family and seasonal gifts all at bargain prices!
Social distancing guidelines in place at the time will be followed.
Blue Santa will be accepting monetary donations at this event. Come See us and get started on your holiday shopping in a safe environment.
Creative Clay & China Holiday Store
  • Now through Saturday, December 12
  • Monday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
  • Sunday 1 - 4 p.m.
  • Closed November 25 and 26 (Thanksgiving)
  • Located behind the Fabric & Fiber club
Enjoy a safe place to shop! Masks required. Social distancing guidelines will be followed. Limit of six shoppers at a time. Bring your checkbook - Checks only accepted.
Wriggley's and Mulligan's offer dine-in and take-out
Both Mulligan's and Wriggley's are considered restaurants, not bars -- therefore they are open as long as our customers follow social distancing guidelines. Customers must wear masks when entering, exiting and when moving around inside the buildings.  
Mulligan's Live Music for November
11/06 - Vintage Vibes 5 - 7 p.m.
11/13 - Oatmeal Sound Company 5 - 7 p.m.
11/15 - Rowdy Gospel Show 5 - 7 p.m.
11/16 - Alan and Ladonna
Golf Course Walking Access - NEW TIME!
With the time change on Sunday, November 1, the golf course walking hours changed - walking only between the hours of 4 p.m. and sunset at the following golf courses:
Monday, Nov. 9 – White Wing
Monday, Nov. 16 – Cowan Creek
Monday, Nov. 23 – Legacy Hills
Monday, Nov. 30 – White Wing
Golf Course
Walking Rules
  • Walking Only
  • Resident and Resident Guest Only.
  • Resident guests must be accompanied by a resident.
  • No bicycles or golf carts.
  • Pedestrians must stay on the cart path unless to maintain social distancing.
  • Residents must carry CA issued resident badge or driver’s license.
  • Pets must be on a leash and you must clean up after your pet. 
  • Please bring a mask with you on your walk. If you can’t maintain six feet physical distancing then put on your mask while passing people and remove it when you are six feet away.
WOW! Bookmobile
Social Center Parking Lot
9 - 10:30 a.m.
Cowan Creek Parking Lot
11 - 11:45 a.m.
Masks required
 Battery Recycling Collection
at Activities Center
Activities Center Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Saturday & Sunday
8 a.m. - 4 p.m.
 Farmer's Market
Social Center Parking Lot
9 a.m. - noon
Masks required
 Additional Information
 Event Calendars
 Coming Events
Creative Clay & China Holiday Store
Now through Saturday, Dec. 12
Mon - Sat 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Sun 1 - 4 p.m.
Legacy Park Pavilion
Fabric & Fiber Craft Fair
Cowan Creek Pavilion
Saturday, Nov. 7 and
Sunday, Nov. 8
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
 Committee & Group Meetings
Resident Directors' Open Session
Tuesday, Nov. 10
3 p.m., SCB
Board of Directors' Meeting
Thursday, Nov. 19
1 p.m., SCB
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