PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION

Good Neighbor Policy

Whether you are a visitor or a full time resident of Horseshoe Bay, the Property Owners' Association commends you for excellent choice! So that our area can continue to have the reputation of being friendly, caring, peaceful, and clean, we need your help to keep it that way.

  • The parking of cars and other personal vehicles on the street is prohibited. Care should be taken to keep vehicles off lawns and walkways.

  • Visitors to our area are asked to keep noise levels to a minimum. A special feature of the Hill Country is its peaceful and calming environment. We would like to keep it that way.

  • The parking of house trailers, campers, mobile homes, motor homes, boat trailers, boats, and other recreational type vehicles is prohibited within the subdivision.

  • Pets should be kept under leash when walked or exercised away from the pet owner's lot. Please try to keep them off established lawns, and clean up after them when necessary. (Newspaper bags make great clean-up bags!) Call the City of Horseshoe Bay Police Dept. if you need an Animal Control Officer (598-2633).

  • Watching beautiful Hill Country deer is a favorite pastime of one and all. Although the temptation to feed them is great, you are discouraged from doing so. Feeding them attracts even more deer to the area, resulting in damaged property and possible diseases among the herd. Texas Parks and Wildlife has pointed out that artificially feeding deer can create health problems for them.

  • Trash collection is available on a regular schedule for all of Horseshoe Bay, but weekend visitors may deposit their trash at the City of Horseshoe Bay Wastewater Treatment Facility on FM 2831. Call the City at 598-8741 for information.

  • The yard lights at Horseshoe Bay have been established for security and safety reasons. They provide our police and emergency vehicles with greater visibility and create a safer environment for everyone. Property owners are required to maintain lights that function properly. Owners will be notified of lights that aren't working and will be given time to correct any problems. Failure to do so will result in being charged for the service.


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