What makes Quail Run Allen a great place to live? That’s easy: our residents!
We love to get together, whether we’re meeting at the community pool, watching a movie in the park, playing in the snow (yes, we occasionally get snow!), helping one another out—or burning off some extra calories!
Residents work together to organize community activities and bi-annual garage sales, process Architectural Requests on the ARC committee, and keep an eye on the community with an active neighborhood watch team. Would you like to put your talents to work in your neighborhood? We’d love to hear from you! Once signed in, click on our Clubs/Groups link for more information.
Residents serve two-year staggered terms on our HOA Board of Directors for which elections are held at our annual meeting. We have a cohesive, well-functioning board with a broad base of talent and experience including management, budgetary planning, property management, team building, commercial insurance, and government service. If you are interested in serving, begin by regularly attending board meetings to familiarize yourself with the operations of Quail Run Allen. Once signed in, click on our Association/Board link for more information.
Our Management Company:
We’ve selected a hands-on management company with a team who honestly cares about our residents. They quickly respond to community questions and concerns, routinely drive the neighborhood to ensure quality and resident safety, process our annual dues (some of the lowest you’ll find in our area), and assist residents with their Architectural Requests. Click on our “Contact Us” link at the top of the site for more information.
The builders in Quail Run Allen include Ashton Woods, Avery Edwards, Drees, and Landstar.
Our City Government:
Quail Run Allen is located within the boundaries of the City of Allen, which continues to attract national attention for its affordability, safety, education and quality of life. Recent awards include “Healthiest Housing Market,” “Best Cities for First-Time Home Buyers,” “Safest Cities in Texas,” “Best Places for Young Families,” “D Magazines Best Suburbs,” and “Best Places to Live.”