Waterford Oaks


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Waterford Oaks Public Improvement District Board meets
2nd Monday of each month • 7:00 p.m.
Grady M. Lamb Community and Police Services Center
601 E. Belt Line Road

At the far eastern reaches of Cedar Hill lies the Waterford Oaks subdivision.  This picturesque neighborhood features rolling hills, mature landscapes, a wooded green belt and a beautiful pond with a scenic bridge and walking path.
In December of 2002, residents elected to form a public improvement district that provides enhanced landscaping, fencing, and other common area amenities to benefit the community.  In addition, Waterford Oaks boasts an active crime watch organization.

Neighborhood: Waterford Oaks
Developed: 1985
Number of Homes: 795
Special Features: neighborhood park with pond, fountain
      bridges and gazebo
      walking trails, greenbelt 
  2009 Premier Neighborhood Award
President: William L. Bowie, Jr.
Organization Type: neighborhood watch association
Participation: voluntary