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Welcome to our site! The Cypress Point Homeowners Association is an intimate, guard gated, enclave of 81 custom homes nestled in far west Plano, Texas. No two homes in our community are alike, as they all have been custom designed and built by some of the area's top architects and builders.
Cypress Point is a highly coveted place to call home for so many reasons. Our neighborhood is within the nationally acclaimed Plano Independent School District and is located in close proximity to some of the best private schools in the country. East-west access is an easy commute via the George Bush Turnpike and the north-south commutes are just as conveniently accessed via the North Dallas Tollway.  Both of our major airports are less than a 30 minute drive away.
In addition, Cypress Point is bordered by two clear-water spring fed streams and a beautiful lake.  In fact, our resident swans are successfully raising a brood of elegant offspring.  Our lake, streams, close proximity to beautiful Arbor Hills nature preserve, and our quiet setting seem to attract an incredible amount of wildlife that is so much fun to watch!  The streams, the parks, the lake,  and most importantly our friendly neighbors really make Cypress Point a special place to live.  The guard gate amenity helps not only reduce traffic on our streets, but also helps to provide a quiet environment.
It's doubtful the extensive shopping and dining opportunities that are within minutes of Cypress Point can be matched anywhere else in town...or possibly in the entire metroplex for that matter!
The Cypress Point HOA is a neighborly community where we watch out for one another's homes, walk our dogs, and joyfully watch our children enjoy playing in the front yards. Please feel free to contact us if you'd like more information about our neighborhood! 

~ News ~
Annual Meeting and Election Postponed
Posted on Mar 25th, 2020
The 2020 Cypress Point HOA annual meeting and Social has been indefinitely postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. We will reschedule the meeting after things calm down a bit. Meanwhile, the 2019 Board Members will continue to serve.
Please contact us at with any concerns, issues or ideas for our community. 
National Night Out
Posted on Oct 7th, 2017
Over 65 people got together for our National Night Out social and had a nice evening together down by the lake. Burgers, hot dogs and outstanding ice cream were enjoyed along with some comradery and a visit from our local fire and police teams. The kids enjoyed a balloon artist and glitter paint as well a tour of a fire truck.
Parking Problem
Posted on Jul 17th, 2014

Parking on Community Streets
Over the past several months overnight parking has become a problem as it had in the past; however, once residents were reminded of Article 7.19 in our CPHOA Declaration, our community has 100% compliance.
The general feeling is “the majority of the non-compliance is most likely from newer owners unaware of the parking restrictions
It is important that each resident be cognizant of, and abides by, the appropriate covenants.
      CPHOA Declaration
“Article 7.19 Vehicles.Any automobile, truck, motorcycle, boat, boat trailer, mobile home, motor home, campmobile, camper, motorized vehicle or trailer shall be stored in such a manner that the vehicle is not visible from any Street or public street or from ground view from an adjoining Lot.This is not intended to prohibit the parking of authorized vehicles on a driveway behind a dwelling, so long as such authorized vehicles are not visible from any Street or public street.Trucks with tonnage in excess of three quarters (3/4) ton will not be permitted to park overnight on the Streets, driveways or otherwise within the Property.No vehicle of any size which transports inflammatory or explosive cargo may be parked or stored within the property at any time.On-Street parking is restricted to deliveries, pick-up or short time guests and invitees and shall be subject to such reasonable rules and regulations as shall be adopted from time to time by the Board.”
The problem and complaints have not been about the occasional guest or visitor parking overnight for a short period of time, or for social functions; everyone understands these conditions.  The problem has been residents or frequent or long-term guests/family members continually parking in the streets on a daily and/or nightly basis (i.e. using community streets for personal parking spaces).  Overnight parking is the problem and is not acceptable.  If absolutely necessary, automobiles or SUV’s may be parked in the entryway to garages, as long as they do not protrude into the alley or onto a sidewalk.
Article 10.11 of the Declaration addresses the imposition of violation fines.  The Board of Directors has been reluctant to do so in the past for parking violations and does not desire to now; however, such will be implemented for those failing to remedy the situation in an expeditious manner or who continually persist with violations.
Please be a good neighbor and observe these parking by-laws.  Various members have homes for the sale and the parking of automobiles or other vehicles on community streets can only have a detrimental impact.  Likewise, such present security issues at night.  The aesthetics of Cypress Point is important to us all.
Contact Your Board of Directors
Posted on Jun 23rd, 2014
You can contct your HOA board members by sending an email to:
Please pass along anything that affects our neighborhood that you want the board to know about. Broken equipment, things in need of maintenance, ideas to improve our community.
Security Guard Contact Information
Posted on Aug 14th, 2013
You can call or email Officer Syed Hashmi at the Gate House - Bryce's hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please make sure that Bryce is aware of any visitors that you want admitted.
Speed Limit within the Community
Posted on Jun 26th, 2013
Please remember to drive slowly through the neighborhood.  Out of respect for your neighbors and especially with school being out for the summer it is very imortant to watch your speed as you drive through the community. Please drive no more than 20 miles per hour within the Associaiton.
If you see a vender vehicle speeding through the community, please feel free to contact SBB Management at 972-960-2800, ext. 379 or 397 and report the name of the company of the vendor with a description of the vehicle, license plate number and date and time of the incident. Once SBB Management has this information they will do their best to contact the vendor company to address the issue.
Thank you!
For Sale Containers
Posted on May 9th, 2011
For Sale brochure containers are available to the residents of Cypress Point. They are located on the For Sale sign beside the guardhouse.