Nichole Griffiths – HOA Board, Pool Liaison

To email the Pool Committee click here: Pool Committee

General Information:

The Pool Committee is responsible for overseeing the maintenance of the community Pool located at 11408 Yoakum Drive and the green space around the pool.

The Pool is open from the first weekend in May through the first weekend in October.

The PCE Pool is for residents only. No one is allowed into the pool unless they have a valid pool key card, or are a guest of a resident (the resident must accompany the guest).

Pool Keycard Information:

To obtain a pool keycard complete the Pool Waiver Form and submit it to RealManage. The waiver must be submitted by the owner, if you are a renter, the owner must submit the waiver for you.

If you have lost your pool keycard or have purchased a home in Panther Creek Estates and did not receive a keycard from the previous owner, you will need to pay a replacement card fee for RealManage to issue you a new keycard. If you do not have a waiver on file, you will need to submit one before a keycard will be issued.

If you have purchased a newly built home in Panther Creek Estates, the fee is waived for the first keycard issued to a new address, you simply need to submit a waiver to RealManage to obtain your keycard.

Pool Waiver Forms, Keycard Requests, and Inquiries can be sent to RealManage via any of the following methods:

By Email:

By Fax: 1-866-919-5696

By Mail: RealManage, PO Box 703267, Dallas, TX 75370-3267

Pool Contact Info:

In case of a Medical Emergency Contact 911

If someone is violating the pool rules, or there is an immediate concern please send an email to the board at

For less urgent or non-safety related issues:
Email the PCE Pool Committee

Pool Monitor Program Info:

The pool is for all of us to enjoy and as a neighborhood we can all help! We have implemented a new Pool Monitor Program to help us make sure the rules are being followed. This is a very easy program to participate in if you spend any time at the pool. There are no schedules or sign ups, you simply bring an ID Badge and Lanyard with you to the pool to identify yourself as a pool monitor and you send the board a text if you have any issues. That’s it! Please click here for more information and to fill out the online application.

PCE Community Pool Usage Rules:

  1. NO LIFEGUARD ON DUTY. Use these facilities at your own risk.
  2. Pool hours are: 6:00 AM until 9:30 PM.
  3. NO VALID POOL CARD NO ACCESS.  Trespassing will NOT be tolerated and trespassers may be prosecuted.
  5. Residents 15 or older may come to the pool alone/unattended.
  6. Only residents ­18 or older are allowed guests. Residents in the same household may share a key card. Residents over the age of 18 may have a maximum of 4 guests per household. A resident MUST accompany guests.
  7. The board reserves the right to ask for proof of identification and residency.
  8. The following items are not allowed in pool area: Alcohol, Tobacco, Glass or Breakable Items, Water Balloons, Pets, Bikes, Scooters, Roller Blades/Shoes,  Skateboards, Air Mattresses/Large Pool Floats, Footballs/Hard Balls or any other objects/toy deemed a safety hazard.
  9. NO SMOKING OR VAPING of any kind is allowed in the pool area.
  10. Proper swimwear required. No jeans, cut-offs, street clothes or loose clothing allowed for safety reasons.
  11. No diving, running, sliding down hand rails, roughhousing or general horseplay that will endanger the safety of others.
  12. Children not potty-trained must wear swim diapers while in the pool. Accidents in the pool may require that the pool be closed for 24 hours, per the Texas State Health Department.
  13. Persons with skin diseases, open sores or wounds, inflamed eyes, nasal or ear infections or any communicable diseases are not allowed to use the pool.
  14. Emergency equipment is to be used for emergencies only. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY CALL 911.
  15. Access to the equipment area is restricted to authorized personnel.
  16. Violations of the pool rules including letting in people without key cards or failure to pay assessments may result in the suspension of pool privileges.


Downloadable copy of the Approved Pool Rules 2016


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