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New Allen ISD Lowery Freshman Center to be completed by August 2018
Posted on Jan 12, 2017 Comments (0)
Construction began Oct. 5 on the new Allen ISD Lowery Freshman Center across from the existing center at 601 E. Main St., Allen. The new 313,000-squarefoot center is expected to be complete by August 2018 and will replace the existing Lowery Center. 

Once the new center opens, AISD will tear down the old center and turn the property into a parking lot. 972-396-6975. 

Posted on Dec 28, 2016 Comments (0)
Our Online Help Desk gives you a quick way to report issues or find answers about city services. You can enter a service request or report an issue online 24/7 or search our KnowledgeBase for answers to our most frequently-asked questions. 

Benefits for Residents:
Easily report about issues like barking dogs, abandoned vehicles, overgrown trees, unsafe sidewalks, graffiti or potholes. 
Search our KnowledgeBase for frequently-asked questions or ask your own. 
Issues are automatically delivered to the right staff member—no need for residents to go to city hall or spend time on the phone. 

Mobile App:
If you are reading this from a mobile device, consider downloading our mobile app, MyAllen. The app contains the same features as the Online Help Desk, with options to attach a photo or include a GPS location of the issue.
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Median Makeovers Planned in Allen
Posted on Dec 27, 2016 Comments (0)
Eight Allen medians will receive lighting, landscape, or irrigation improvements starting in 2017.
The City will use fees collected from developers to begin designing the enhanced medians. Some will be outfitted with street lights; others will receive landscaping and irrigation. A few will receive all three.
Locations include Junction Drive, Raintree Circle, Bossy Boots Drive, Allen Heights Drive, Montgomery Boulevard, Chaparral Road, Ridgeview Drive and Country Brook Lane. View map.
This is one of the first projects to take advantage of bond funding approved by voters in 2016 to cover numerous new facilities and infrastructure improvements in Allen. Construction and installation is expected to cost $3.4 million.
Posted on Dec 22, 2016 Comments (0)
Dryers require regular simple maintenance to keep working safely & efficiently.

To avoid potential fire hazards and having to do costly repairs to your appliances.

It goes without saying that you should clean your lint screen after every load of laundry. Keeping the filter clear will shorten the drying cycle, save you money, and prevent any potential fire hazards. It is also a good practice to regularly, but at least twice a year, remove the lint that accumulates at the bottom of the housing that holds your lint screen. You can generally use a vacuum cleaner's flat attachment to reach down in the housing to suck out anything that has accumulated in there. Finally, you should be cleaning out your dryer's exhaust duct using a dryer duct cleaning brush (it's a stiff bristled circular brush with a flexible handle that you can buy at most hardware stores) at least twice a year. The exhaust duct vents your dryers exhaust to the outside of your house and can become a fire hazard if not kept clear. Consider doing this more often (say monthly) if you do heavy amounts of laundry on a consistent basis. Many service providers sell regular service plans to handle this for you, so consider signing up for one.
Posted on Dec 22, 2016 Comments (0)
Click on the following website to view appliances that need periodic cleaning.
Posted on Dec 22, 2016 Comments (0)
Most refrigerators require simple maintenance you can do yourself.

It will keep your fridge running like new and can greatly extend the life & efficiency of your unit.

Here are a few easy things you can do every year. - Clean your cooling coils by vacuuming or dusting them. This will most likely require you to remove a grill grate or cover. Refer to your user manual if you need help finding them. - Replace or clean the water filter if your fridge has an automatic ice maker or water dispenser. Refer to your owners manual for the proper procedure as their location can vary. - Clean door gaskets with a wet cloth to make sure that the refrigerator is sealing properly. A solid seal will save you money and protect your food from spoilage.
Posted on Jan 17, 2011 Comments (0)
If you find that a streetlight in StarCreek doesn't come on when it gets dark, contact the City of Allen at LightOut@cityofallen.org. Describe the problem and the location of the streetlight. Keep in mind that streetlights that stay on during the day should also be reported because of unnecessary energy consumption. In either case, the city will route the request to a contractor who replaces the bulbs or makes a repair. A response takes about one week after notification. You can also call the City of Allen, 214-509-4576.
If streetlight fixture is broken or the spotlights on neighborhood entry signs are out, contact StarCreek property manager Dustin Robinson at drobinson@cmamanagement.com.
Posted on Jul 14, 2009 Comments (0)
Looking for a babysitter, need to have some alterations done, wanna buy a used car? Do you have a sofa for sale or a child who wants to advertise his summer pet sitting business? Look no further than StarCreek's own Classified Ads. This is a free service available only to registered StarCreek residents. Unlike the message board, you can add photos. Check it out!

Upcoming Events
Men's Night Out - Poker
Friday, January 20, 2017 to Saturday, December 16, 2017, 8:00 P.M. at Clubhouse
Join other StarCreek men the third Friday of every month for a night out and/or Elimination Texas Hold 'Em Tournament. For additional information contact David Tran. Contact info can be found in the Resident Directory.
Ladies of StarCreek Bible Study
Tuesday, January 24, 2017 to Tuesday, December 19, 2017, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. at Clubhouse
Join other ladies every Tuesday for an evening of fellowship and discussion. For additional information contact D’Lane Mueller. Contact info can be found in the Resident Directory.
Thursday, February 2, 2017, 10:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. at Clubhouse
NOTE NEW TIME - All residents are welcome to attend the quarterly meeting of the StarCreek Homeowners' Association Board. The agenda includes approval of the prior meeting minutes and reports on the 2017 calendar, financials and committees.
StarCreek Ladies Book Club
Tuesday, February 14, 2017 to Tuesday, December 12, 2017, 7:30 P.M. at See StarCreek Press and Website for details
Come join us on the second Tuesday of the month for lively discussions of wonderful books from many different genres. Contact Mary Manos for more information. See Resident Directory for contact information.
ADULT ONLY Mardi Gras Party
Saturday, February 25, 2017, 7:30 P.M. at Clubhouse
Put on your beads and masks and get ready for a good time. Please contact Michelle Rabalais for additional information. See Resident Directory for contact information.
Watch the Message Board closer to the date for RSVP instructions.
Annual Spring Fling
Sunday, April 9, 2017, 2:00 P.M. at Clubhouse and Pavilion
Enjoy springtime with crafts, games and more surprises at one of our best loved and attended events! Volunteers and coordinators needed. Please contact Katie Weibust for more information or to volunteer a little time to make this another GREAT Spring Fling. See Resident Directory for contact information.
Watch the Message Board closer to the date for RSVP instructions.

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