Welcome to the Harrington Homeplace Homeowners Association (HHHOA) website!

Harrington Homeplace a thriving community of 125 single family homes in Plano, TX, a suburb north of Dallas, Texas, and is located only a short distance from the Legacy Drive business park area which has corporate campuses such as Toyota, HP, Frito Lay, Dr Pepper and the SMU in Legacy campus. Also nearby are The Shops at Legacy and Legacy West - home of many popular shopping and dining establishments.

Harrington Homeplace is a BEST Neighborhoods Gold Awardee, a program sponsored by the City of Plano which recognizes communities that are Beautiful, Engaged, Safe and Thriving.

Within a 5 minute drive residents have access to numerous quality restaurants, businesses, shopping and easy access to DFW Airport (30 minutes) and downtown Dallas (25 minutes).

Next Board Meeting will be Tuesday, August 2, 2022

Board meetings are held roughly every calendar quarter and are open to Harrington Homeplace homeowners.

Click here for additional details.

Next Annual Meeting will be in February, 2023

The association's Annual Meeting was held on February 7, 2022 at 6 p.m. via Zoom. For login information and meeting details, please contact MAC Group. Additional information can be found on the Board Matters page of our website.

If you are a Harrington Homeplace property owner, the 2022 and prior year annual reports and other information are available on the Resident Login section of the website.

Winter Watering Guidelines in effect April 1, 2022 to October 31, 2022

Please refer to the City of Plano website for additional information regarding Water Conservation and Guidlines.

The following is a message from the City of Plano:

Plano residents and businesses are asked to only water a maximum of twice per week from April 1 to October 31.





  • Only water when needed. You may not need to water if rain is in the forecast. Subscribe to WaterMyYard.org for weekly watering recommendations.

  • Watering with sprinklers between the hours of 10 am and 6 pm is prohibited, as these are the hottest hours of the day.

  • Foundations and landscaping, including grass, shrubs and trees, may be watered for up to two hours any day by a hand-held hose or soaker hose.

  • Low-flow drip irrigation systems may operate as needed.

  • Excessive water runoff and watering during rain is prohibited.

  • A variance may be requested to water new landscapes for up to 30 days. Instructions are available at plano.gov/variances. Variances are not required for filling pools.

Visit plano.gov/outdoorwateruse for more ways to save water outdoors.

*As HOA watering involves watering of their common areas and in many cases the City of Plano right of way (which has no address), all HOA watering and addresses ending in zero follow an EVEN address watering schedule.

Download printable guidelines (PDF).

Please refer to the links below for more information.

Helpful Resources

Watering Guidelines & Management

Report a Watering Violation

Plano Water Resources from the City of Plano

Other informational links:

Lake Lavon Water Level

Area Reservoir Water Levels

North TX Municipal Water District

Drought & Emergency Response Plan Guide


The Association has an active Crime Watch that sends alerts and information on an as needed basis. If you would like to receive these alerts, please email our crime watch coordinator to be added.

The board has also endorsed www.nextdoor.com as a platform for all residents of Harrington Homeplace to connect, network and share notes online. Nextdoor.com offers a private platform which combines social networking tools with additional privacy by limiting membership to those who live inside the Harrington Homeplace neighborhood. If you haven't already visited it, we encourage you to signup and visit the Harrington Homeplace Nextdoor private network

Nextdoor has been endorsed by the City of Plano and Plano Police has partnered with the social network to help facilitate a virtual neighborhood watch program and help foster neighbor-to-neighbor communications.

Many of our residents have already signed up to nextdoor.com and are actively using it to receive crime watch alerts, community information and share information with neighbors. You are invited to join. Please let any of our board members know and we will send you an invitation.

To report incidents, please contact the Plano Police Dept and complete an incident report for HHHOA or alert us using NextDoor.

Plano Police Phone Numbers

                  • Police Emergency 9-1-1

                  • Police Non-emergency 972-424-5678

                  • Fire Department Non-Emergency 972-941-7159

Exterior Changes/Modifications to Home or Property

Most changes to the exterior of our homes, including landscaping changes, require the prior approval of the Association's Architectural Control Committee (ACC).

If you are planning to make a change to the exterior of your home (new addition, roof, fence, paint, landscape, trees, etc.), you are required to submit an Architectural Control Committee (ACC) Change Request in order to obtain approval PRIOR to the changes.

Click here to download the form.

Other Association documents and forms can be found here.

To help make the process easier on everyone, the ACC has made much information available on its website.

For questions, email ACC@harringtonhomeplace.org

SPRINKLERS or other Landscaping Infrastructure Issues

Please contact Landscaping Committee if you notice any problems with the irrigation system, like broken sprinkler heads, stuck valves, etc., or landscape lighting in the common areas. Please provide as much detail like specific location, description of problem, date, time, etc. to facilitate troubleshooting.


Harrington Homeplace Recognized as a Gold Awardee in City of Plano's BEST Neighborhoods Program

The City of Plano's BEST Neighborhoods Designation program recognizes neighborhoods that have gone above and beyond to create a community that is Beautiful, Engaged, Safe, and Thriving - BEST! Harrington Homeplace was recognized at the Gold level.

More information on the program is available on the City of Plano's website at this link.

Press Release

MAC Group Management Company is Association Manager

The association's board of directors has partnered with MAC Group Management Company to take over the role of our manager effective July 1, 2016. MAC Group is a small company based in north Dallas and has its offices on the Tollway. They manage a number of association's throughout the north DFW area including Plano, Frisco and Allen.

Feel free to check out their website at www.themacgrouponline.com.



Harrington Homeplace Private Site on Nextdoor.com check here for community news, crimewatch alerts, and general info

Harrington Homeplace Association Manager

MAC Group Management Company is the association manager

Community Association Education and General Information

An Introduction to Community Association Living is a publication by Community Associations Institute (CAI) to help provide a greater understanding of exactly how a community association works from both an organizational and people standpoint, and to endow members with information necessary for fully enjoying and benefiting from community association living.

From Good to Great: Principles of Community Association Success is a publication by CAI that outlines rights and responsibilities for better communities, governance guidelines, code of ethics for board members and community association fundamentals. The Harrington Homeplace board of directors uses this publication as a model to help guide us in making ours a great community.

Community Associations Institute (CAI) is an educational and certification organization that helps identify and meet the needs of associations and the professionals who serve associations

City of Plano - Government & Departments

Fix It Plano Report an issue and watch it get fixed - Report fallen trees, street lights outages, etc

City of Plano City of Plano website

City Government Links to City Government Resources

City Council Council District Map

City of Plano - Departments

Plano City Newsletters Stay in touch with the City of Plano - Subscribe to newsletters

Plano City Call Receive a call from the City of Plano in event of emergency or community alert

City of Plano - Facebook Follow the City of Plano on Facebook

City of Plano - Twitter Follow the City of Plano on Twitter

Plano Police Department

Community Camera Program Sponsored by the Plano Police - register your surveillance cameras

Citizens Programs Educational and awareness programs sponsored by the Plano Police

Public Safety

Fire & Rescue Community Outreach

Property Standards

Sustainability & Environmental Education Programs, classes, presentations on composting, household chemicals, litter awareness, recycling, gardening, energy efficiency, water conservation and air quality.

Residential Services (trash collection, schedules, etc)

Renew Alarm Permit

Community Directories, Guides & other Info

Plano Magazine a guide to dining, events, news and other community interest topics

Plano History as published by Plano Magazine. Lots of interesting facts about Plano's history

Trash Collection & Recycling Information

Electronic RecyclingTrash & Recycling Services - Home Page (City of Pano)

Collection Information Maps and Schedules


Crime Reports

Collin County Central Appraisal District

Nextdoor - private network to connect, network, share with neighbors

Plano Independent School District

Utilities, Electrical Rate Plans, Outages

Compare Electrical Rate Plans

ONCOR Outage Map

Public Utility Commission (PUC) - File Complaint