Welcome to the beautiful community of Whiffletree Villas, comprised of 113 custom family homes in Plano, TX. Whiffletree Villas are conveniently located near a variety of retail shopping and restaurants, and is served by the exemplary schools of Plano ISD, with award-winning Daffron Elementary located within walking distance of any home located in the Villas. The neighborhood also has a lovely park for families living here. Located in one of the most desirable areas of the city, having easy access to three of the city's major roadways: the Dallas North Tollway, the George Bush Tollway and Central Express-Highway 75.
Whiffletree Villas, P.O. Box 261596, Plano, TX 75025
Minnie's Pantry Food Drive delivered by Steve & Jan NicoletUpdated Feb 12 2022
COVID Vaccine Information
How to Find a COVID Vaccination LocationUpdated Jan 9 2022
Whiffletree Villas is proud to announce the Neighbor 2 Neighbor Committee.
Neighbor 2 Neighbor Committee is design to show any sort of benevolence: illness, recognition, assistance with with anything from meals, home and/or lawn upkeep, shopping, etc. to any household in need. Neighbor 2 Neighbor is a CONFINDENTIAL resource providing support and assistance to our fellow Whiffletree neighbors, should they request assistance. Judy Willcox (469-975-6124) will chair the committee she has all the skills required for this position – a caring heart and a willingness to help other.Updated May 28 2019
You can file a police report the following ways. If it’s an in-progress incident, you have suspect information that should be promptly investigated, or there is physical evidence that needs to be collected, you will need to call 911 (in case of an emergency) or the Plano Police Department's non-emergency number to report the incident: (972) 424-5678. There are several different incident types that can be entered using the internet at Coplogic's Online Citizen Police Reporting.
List of some incidents that may be filed online:
An inoperable, illegally parked, wrecked, or partially dismantled vehicle on public property without the consent of the property's representative, or a vehicle left unattended on the right-of-way of any public road or highway.
The use of deception for an unlawful benefit or to deprive someone of a legal right or property.
Communication made by telephone and/or electronic means which harass, annoy, alarm, or threaten another.
Hit and Run Crash (Delayed)
Leaving the scene of an accident without providing required license, insurance, or vehicle information.
Property no longer in the owner’s possession, due to accident or negligence, which cannot be located.
Supplement to an existing case
Additional information for a Plano Police report that has already been filed and issued an incident number.
Theft under $2,500
Unlawfully taking possession of another’s property without their consent.
Vandalism / Criminal Mischief under $2,500
Willful or malicious destruction, damage, or defacement of public or private propertyupdated Oct 11 2020
Slow down while driving through the neighborhood.
All residents should take note of this rule. With children out and about in full-force during the warm days and evenings, you’re more likely than ever to see a distracted kid chasing after a run-away baseball or riding bikes on the streets.
Slow down when driving through the homeowners association, be extra aware of what’s going on around you, and be prepared to stop suddenly if a child runs out into the road. Parents should remind kids that they have a responsibility to be aware of oncoming cars as well, and to be extra careful when they are on the street.
Whether they’re playing at a park or riding their bikes around the neighborhood, it’s important that kids understand what types of injuries could occur during these activities and how they can best avoid them. If an injury does occur, your kids need to know what actions to take—such as alerting a trusted adult or, in the case of a true emergency, calling 911.updated Aug 13 2018
Crime Watch Alert: There has been an increase in criminal activity in our neighborhood. Please lock your car if it is parked on the street and hide your valuables. The porch thieves are vwry active this time of year so if you notice any suspicious activity please do not hesitate to call the police. We all are the best deterrent for crime in our neighborhood.updated Nov 18, 2019
Plano Neighborhood Watch Groups: Know Your Neighbors & Report Suspicious Activity
The basic idea is for neighbors to watch out for each other. By looking after a neighbors property as if it were your own, you will more likely contact the police if you observe something suspicious. Read more.
Crime Watch Bulletins: View All Bulletinsupdated March 7, 2013
Plano Police “TIP411” Program
To send an anonymous tip via text message to the Plano Police Department, text the keyword PLANOPD and the tip information to 847411 (tip411).updated September 25, 2012
Public Notice - News Release:
Chances are the name on your voter registration card doesn't match that on your driver's license, and that could create some headaches come Election Day. The variation between the two documents could be as simple as the addition or dropping of a middle name or initial, the name on the voter card has to match exactly with that on the ID card. Read more about the new voter ID laws.updated Feb 13, 2018
To learn more about the Click It or Ticket campaign and the lifesaving benefits of wearing your seat belt, please visit www.nhtsa.gov.updated May 21, 2013
The web based crime reporting service is available at www.planopolice.org.updated Apr 8, 2013
Customer Connections - Homeowner advice and information from your water and sewer line warranty provider.
Due to an opossum's low body temperature and successful immune system, it's very rare for one to carry rabies.
In northern regions, opossums often have abnormally short tails - the ends are lost due to frostbite.
The Virginia opossum has more teeth than any other North American Mammal - 50, to be exact.
The Virginia opossum is the only marsupial that inhabits the U.S.
A study conducted by a University of Florida researcher traces the existence of opossums as far back as the extinction of dinosaurs.
Although many throughout North America refer to native opossums as "possums", the term "possum" technically refers to a classification of marsupials living in Australia, New Guinea and Sulawesi.