About Us
The Property Owners' Association is administered by a 7-member Board of Directors who serve 3-year terms and receive no salary. Elections are held at the annual members' meeting during the month of March. Every owner of a lot, tract, or dwelling is a member of the POA and is entitled to one vote per lot, tract, or dwelling.
 
The Horseshoe Bay POA owns and maintains Quail Point Lodge, the campground, Highway 2147 entrances, ponds, and over 60 properties consisting of land donated by the developers of Horseshoe Bay. 
 
The Horseshoe Bay POA Board also serves as the Board of Directors for The Cape, Inc. Homeowners' Association and the Horseshoe Bay Memorial Association.  
 
The POA is responsible for enforcing applicable Deed Restrictions not otherwise superceded by City regulations, and for improving and maintaining properties owned by the POA.
 
POA transferred the following functions to the City of Horseshoe Bay  
  • 2005
    • Building permits and inspections, roads, and animal control.
  • 2009
    • The streets, except certain esplanades and shoulders
    • An easement for ingress and egress over the esplanades and shoulders
    • A right-of-way easement for those streets not owned by the POA
    • Street maintenance
    • Drainage
    • Weed and brush control on the street right-of-ways and medians
    • Signage for safety, traffic control, information, and streets
    • Litter control
    • Deer management
    • Lot mowing
Upcoming HSB social events & meetings
Genetics, CRISPR, What It Means To You!
Saturday, November 3rd, 2018 to Thursday, November 29th, 2018, 4:00 pm at Quail Point Lodge- Tickets $35.00
CRISPR Opens New Medical Treatment Doors - An Example
'Genome Surgery' ...
May be the next big thing in treating illnesses of many types.
Delaney Van Riper, 19, was born with a rare disease called Charcot-Marie-Tooth (CMT). Picture Credit: Steve Babuljak
 
 Van Riper was born with a rare disease called Charcot-Marie-Tooth, which gradually destroys her nerve cells' ability to relay messages between her brain and muscles, causing her to slowly lose control of her limbs and her muscles to waste. 
 "Imagine a world where people go to the doctor, and they get their genome sequenced and learn they have a genetic disorder," says CRISPR-Cas9 inventor Jennifer Doudna, who pioneered the first CRISPR applications in her UC Berkeley lab in 2012. "And instead of telling them they need to live with that disorder, we have the technology that can actually treat them? – ?potentially even cure them." 
 
 
Dr. David Threadgill
Dr. David Threadgill is Director of the Texas A&M Institute for Genome Sciences, a Distinguished University Professor and holds the McMullin Chair of Genetics at the University. What is CRISPR medical technology? The cutting edge for disease treatment & therapy.
 
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$35.00
 
 
 
Explore favorite interests and new hobbies
Helping Hands Craft Guild
Sunday, November 18th, 2018
9:30am to 11:30am
The Helping Hands Craft Guild members make one?of?a?kind items to sell at its annual Bazaar, held each year in November. Purpose is to raise money for the Helping Center which...
Pickle Ball
Sunday, November 18th, 2018
2pm
Pickle Ball is the fastest growing sport in America, a cross between tennis and badminton. Meets Sundays at 2:00 p.m. (weather permitting) at the lower parking lot of Quail Point....
Hill Country Trekkers
Monday, November 19th, 2018
8:15am
For those interested in group day hikes at area state parks and ranches – every Monday, October through May. Email: HillCountryTrekkers@yahoo.com. For further infromation: Marilyn Ruiz 210-379-4686
Bridge Club
Monday, November 19th, 2018
1pm to 4pm
Newcomers to Horseshoe Bay find this informal afternoon activity an excellent way to meet new friends. Mondays at 1 p.m. in Quail Point Lodge. Lessons available. INFORMATION: Louraine Robertson 598-6660...
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