Common areas include the park, the pond on the south side of Thompson Creek Boulevard and the creek/wetlands that drain from the walking path under the power lines to the south pond, and the south end of the pond that is on the north side of Thompson Creek Boulevard.
- Use common areas at your own risk
- Respect natural area and habitat
- When fishing follow NE fishing regulations
- Dispose of all trash properly
- Individuals vandalizing common property will be prosecuted
- Homeowners wishing to make improvements or changes to the common area abutting their property must first submit a detailed plan to the Board of the Thompson Creek Homeowners Association. The Board will review the plan and notify the homeowner of their decision regarding their plans.
- Any approved work done by a homeowner in the common area abutting their property is done at the homeowner’s own risk
- If there are trees or other issues in the common areas that could cause damage to a homeowner’s personal property please contact someone on the Thompson Creek Homeowner’s Association Board
According to the City of Lincoln’s Plat maps, homeowners may access either the north or south pond from Thompson Creek Boulevard. However, some of the homeowners who live on those ponds have property lines that go all the way to the pond. Therefore individuals cannot walk all the way around the ponds since that would be trespassing. The wetlands is the area that runs from the south end of the south pond towards the south to the sidewalk under the power lines. Access to the wetlands can be made from that sidewalk since that is a “pedestrian” access area.