About Us
Location
Preston Green is a residential community of 78 single family homes on the northeast corner of Ohio Drive and Lorimar Drive in Plano, Texas. The zipcode for Preston Green is 75093. Please see the map for additional details.
 
About the Neighborhood
Preston Green was developed between 1982 and 1990 and offers a variety of plans built by local custom builders.  The houses vary in size from smaller single story designs beginning around 1800 sq. ft. up to larger two story plans around 4500 sq. ft. Lots are generously sized with scenic mature landscaping. Residents enjoy the benefits of a stable and well maintained neighborhood along with a friendly atmosphere of caring neighbors.
 
Nearby Amenities
Preston Green is conveniently located near many parks, schools, and hospitals.  Daffron Elementary and Preston Meadow Park is a short walk just east of the neighborhood.  Robinson Middle School, Jasper High School and Carpenter Park Recreation Center are just a short drive.  Arbor Hills Nature Preserve is a beautiful nature preserve great for walking, running, cycling, or a picnic.  It is located about 4 miles to the west. There are 3 major hospitals within just a few miles: Baylor Medical Center Plano, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Plano and The Medical Center of  Plano. We have some great shopping too: The Shops at Willow Bend is about 4 miles to the west and Stonebriar Center is about 5 miles north. West Plano also offers some of the best restaurants and grocery stores in the DFW metroplex.
 
Homeowner's Association (HOA)
HOA membership is mandatory, and the annual dues are currently $150 annually. HOA expenses support the maintenance of the common property including the entrances on Ohio Drive and Lorimar Drive.  HOA dues also go toward insurance for the common areas, social events, and administrative expenses.
 
The Homeowner’s Association maintains a Board of Directors composed of up to seven officers, who each serve 3 year terms.  Board members are elected each year at the annual meeting in November. The officers are all volunteers and their activities focus on the maintenance and improvement of the common property, dealing with compliance and occasional legal issues, and working with the City of Plano on topics of interest to our homeowners.
 
The HOA does require advance approval of changes to the appearance of our homes. Items like putting up a new fence, painting a house, etc. should be approved in advance of the work being done. Architectural Approval Forms are available on this website under the Resident Forms link. The HOA encourages homeowners to read the Covenants, By-Laws, and Rules and Regulations, also available on this website under the Governing Documents link.  For guidelines on fences, mailboxes, solar panels, etc. please refer to these documents.
 
Board meetings are open to all homeowners and are held quarterly or as needed.  Please contact a board member to find out where those board meetings will be held if you are interested in attending.  An annual meeting is held every November where we approve the budget for the following year, set the annual dues amount, and discuss other topics pertaining to our community.  We highly encourage all residents to come to the annual meeting as we welcome your input and enjoy hearing from our community. The meeting is held at Carpenter Recreation Park Center every year.  All homeowners will receive prior notice of this meeting.