News from 2024

April 2024 - Gate Openers Warning

Please note that new gate opener system has both gate leaves open to the inside. This means you will need to park about 20 feet away from the gate on exit (at the STOP HERE sign). This will ensure that the gates can swing open without hitting your vehicle. Also, the gates are set to close after 10 seconds of being open. This allows one vehicle to pass at a time. Finally, there is no playing or climbing on or around the gates.

Edgewater is NOT liable for any injury, damage, or loss caused by any problems or malfunction of the gates.

March 2024 - New Gate Openers

All Edgewater's residents and guests hated the gate openers that the developer had installed in 2017. They were not heavy duty; they were very slow to open and close; they were not strong enough to withstand the strong wind we regularly have around the lake; and they were not Wi-Fi capable, nor had the option to use a phone app to control them. If that was not bad enough, from the very beginning (i.e. 2018), they were constantly breaking down (sometimes, 2-3 times a week). As a result, they had to be replaced with something more commercial, more heavy duty, and with newer technology.

Last year, the board of directors, approved the necessary funds to do a complete overhaul of the whole gate opener systems (on all 3 entrances). Then, a new gate contractor, Tyler Arnold, was hired and immediately started with the main gate (on entrance #2). The new gate openers work! What a novel idea! They can be opened with the old keypad, a new clicker, and with the myQ app from LiftMaster (which can be downloaded from your app store for free).

Homeowners can request a new LiftMaster clicker (to replace your existing Nice Apollo clicker) or to be invited to join the myQ app by emailing

February 2024 - More Road Repairs

Edgewater's aging roads keep needing repairs. This year, 4 new road sections were on the list of repairs (3 sections on Big Water Lane and 1 section on Southern Shore Court). Therefore, our asphalt contractor was hired to sawcut all of the holes and bad sections in the affected areas, remove the existing damaged asphalt and 4” of existing dirt subgrade, grade and compact existing subgrade, install and compact 3” of concrete Flex Base (TxDot Item 247), apply Tack coat adhesive to adjacent asphalt edges to assure bonding of new and old asphalt, and finally install 3” of Type D surface course asphalt hot mix compacted to manufactures specifications. Gabriel, our contractor, also repaired for free a section from last year (under warrantee). He also fixed a bump on West Shoreline Drive for free. Thanks you Gabriel!

January 2024 - New Year... Same Dues... New TownSquare Account

Annual dues were due on 1/1/2024. If you haven't received your bill already (whether by mail or email), please contact Associa, our new property manager. Due to the transition from Texas Star to Associa, a grace period was enacted for 60 days. Late fees and interest will start afterward. The third and final special assessment is still due on March 1st.

Also, you will need to setup a new account with Associa's portal, TownSquare (even if you previously had a TownSquare account with Texas Star). It will use the same email address. You can still use the same Owner Login link on this website. You just need to create a new account for the new property management company. An email in that regard was sent in December with the following subject line: Edgewater at Cedar Creek Lake - TownSq Registration. If you didn't see it in your inbox folder, you might want to check your spam folder.