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Welcome to Fossil Hill Estates HOA!
Fossil Hill Estates is a beautiful community in the spawling Alliance Corridor in Fort Worth, Texas. The community is served by the highly acclaimed Northwest Independent School District, and a short driving distance from great area attractions including Texas Motor Speedway, Sundance Square, and Cablea's The World Foremost Outfitter.

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Protect yourself from cold, flu

Cases of cold and flu are on the rise throughout North Texas, so take steps to protect yourself.

Health officials with the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) offer the following precautions:

  • Wash hands frequently with soap and water.
  • Get plenty of rest and eat right. Proper nutrition can boost your immune system to fight off disease.
  • Drink plenty of fluids.
  • If you’re sick, stay home.
  • Get a flu shot, if you haven’t already. Call your physician for availability or contact a Tarrant County Medical Clinic.
  • Use disposable tissues. Handkerchiefs become moist and harbor viruses.
  • Spray household and workplace objects with a disinfectant to reduce virus transmission.
  • If you have been sick for a few days and don’t feel better, see a doctor.

About the cold and flu

The common cold is caused by many viruses that attack the nose and throat. Symptoms include low-grade fever, scratchy or sore throat, sneezing, coughing, watery eyes as well as a general “blah” feeling. Sneezing, coughing, hand-to-hand contact and eating or drinking after someone who is infected can spread these viruses.

The cold’s more serious cousin, the influenza virus, has more hard-hitting symptoms such as sudden onset of high fever, chills, headache and muscle ache or weakness. Some people may suffer from cough, diarrhea, nausea and vomiting, and can lead to pneumonia.


Fort Worth Emergency Management - Nixle Alert Texts

Fort Worth’s Emergency Management recommends residents register to receive free Nixle emergency text alerts on their smart phones or home e-mails. All Fort Worth residents can register online or simply use their smart phone to text their ZIP code to 888777.

Deaf, hard of hearing or blind Fort Worth residents may also register for the Accessible Hazard Alert System (AHAS), which sends emergency messages in American Sign Language, English voice and text, and Braille. Register for AHAS online.

To learn more, contact Emergency Management Coordinator Juan Ortiz at 817-392-8866

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Entrance on Foothill Dr.
Entrance on Foothill Dr.

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Board Member Responsibilities

The Board is ultimately responsible for the oversight of the community association ("the buck stops with the Board"). Although the Board may retain and delegate some of its duties to volunteers, contractors and professionals, the Board is still ultimately responsible for the duties it may have assigned to others.

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AssociaLiving and AssociationTimes

AssociaLiving and AssociationTimes are online resources specifically for communities and homeowners. AssociaLiving includes relevant stories about Entertaining, Home, Practical Living and Community, geared toward enriching our homes and building stronger community associations. It is a place for great recipes or to discover activities for the whole neighborhood. The sister publication AssociationTimes focuses on helping board members and homeowners improve the operations of their community. Written by industry experts from Associa who practice their craft, Association Times provides hands-on and timely information on the latest trends, laws and other topics affecting community management.