Safety-Crime Watch Committee

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Mission Statement

The Grayhawk HOA Safety / Crime Watch Committee is responsible for developing and maintaining a Neighborhood Crime Watch and working in unison with local Law Enforcement to deter crime and communicate safety issues. The Committee will also develop and maintain safety standards for the HOA amenities.

Grayhawk Safety News

  • Safety Tips

    Grayhawk Association of Homeowners, Inc.

    Safety Committee Tips



    Home Safety

    • · At night, keep the outside lights on!  Keeping the lights on in the front and back area of your home is one of the most powerful crime deterrents.
    • · When away from home put your interior lights on timers.  Be sure you leave your outside lighting on.
    • · Reinforce deadbolt locks; secure sliding doors and windows with auxiliary locks.
    • · Keep your fence locked.
    • · Never hide your house key outside. Give an extra key to a trusted friend or family member.
    • · Have a neighbor pickup your mail and/or newspaper when you are away. Or, if an extended stay away from home, have the post office hold your mail until you return.
    • · Always keep garage doors closed, unless you are inside the garage. Don’t mow your lawn and leave the garage door open. This action provides “free access” to your home.

    Fire Safety

    • · Move your grill away from house while using it. Bring closer to house only when you are done with cooking and grill is cooled down.  Never grill in an enclosed area – carbon monoxide may be produced.  Dispose of hot coals properly: douse them with plenty of water, and stir them to ensure that the fire is out.  Never place hot coals in plastic, paper or wooden containers.
    • · Fires are often started in trash cans sitting outside of houses.  To limit this possibility, store your empty trash cans inside your garage or fenced backyard. 
    • · Plan your escape - Practice an escape plan from every room in the house. Caution everyone to stay low to the floor when escaping from fire and never to open doors that are hot. Select a location where everyone can meet after escaping the house. Get out, then call for help.  Practice your escape plan twice a year.
    • · Make sure the smoke alarms are in working condition. If you need help with this, contact the Frisco Fire Department. 

    Neighborhood Watch

    Vehicle Safety

    • · Whenever possible park your vehicles inside the garage.
    • · Secure garage door openers in the glove compartment of your vehicle or take it with you when you get home.
    • · Hide your valuables. Items in the open make your car a bigger target. At times the cost of repairing a broken window is higher than that of the item that was stolen.
    • · Take your keys and never leave a second set in your vehicle. Twenty percent of stolen vehicles had keys inside them, making the theft even easier.
    • · Lock your car. Almost half of all vehicles stolen were left unlocked.
    • · Park in well-lit or heavily-trafficked areas. Thieves do not like witnesses. Find an attended lot or garage if possible.
    • · Never leave your car running unattended. Cars are often stolen at convenience stores, gas stations, day care centers, or when an owner leaves the vehicle running to warm it up.

    Frisco Police Department Community Services

    House Watches

    The Frisco PoliceDepartment’s intended use of the house watch program is for residents who will NOT have anyone at the residence who may be in and out (for example, feeding pets –watering plants – checking the residence - etc.)  For more details visit :


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Safety Crime Watch News And Events

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  • Frisco Neighborhood Watch

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Grayhawk Frisco Neighborhood Watch Meeting Minutes 091423 .pdf September 26, 2023 84.20 KB Download

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