Welcome to Saddletree Ranch
 
Our Beautiful Community...
 
“The beauty and peace of the Hill Country, yet easy access to all the amenities of modern life.”

Saddletree Ranch is a well established neighborhood nestled in the  gorgeous Texas Hill Country.  
With wide open spaces, family-friendly amenities and large houses, Saddletree Ranch is a perfect place to call home.

Saddletree Ranch is located on the Hays County – Travis County border at the intersection of Hamilton Pool Road and Ranch Road 12 in Dripping Springs. Saddletree Ranch is 35 minutes from Downtown Austin, 12 minutes from the shopping, restaurants and theaters of Bee Cave and 9 minutes from the quaint downtown of Dripping Springs. Built from the mid 1990s to mid 2000s, homes in Saddletree Ranch sit on 1-2 acre wooded lots with some having upwards of 4 acres.  These large homesteads can accommodate horses, making Saddletree ideal for someone who wants a country feel but easy access to the amenities of a modern lifestyle. Students who live in this neighborhood attend either of the exemplary Lake Travis  or Dripping Springs school districts.
 
Upcoming Meetings
ACC Meeting 6:30pm October 6, 2016  

Monthly Board Meeting 7:00pm October 13, 2016
Important Notices
The BURN BAN has been lifted as of August 16th, 2016. 

 
Your Community
Take a brief survey to let us know a little about the neighborhood families we have in Saddletree Ranch.

Thank you to all the volunteers that helped out with the 4th of July! Our next social event is the Halloween Hay Ride!!


A quick look at some additional important information. . . 

 

Saddletree Ranch Property Owners Annual Meeting

The meeting this year will be at 7:00 pm, Thursday, July 14, 2016  in the Clubhouse.  All residents are encouraged to attend. 

 

               

Upcoming Board Meetings 
7 PM AT THE CLUBHOUSE

Sept 08, 2016
Oct 13, 2016
Nov 10, 2016
Dec 08, 2016

Jan 12, 2017

 

 

ACC Reminder

A word for all property owners. Play it safe and potentially save time, money, and aggravation. An ACC review of your plans is required before starting any construction of any kind on your property, whether you believe your plans to be conforming or not.

The ACC meetings are held on the 1st Thursday of each month. The meeting is scheduled to start at 6:30 PM at the club house. Charlie Graham, the ACC Chairman, will cancel the meeting if he has not received anything by noon on said Thursday. If you have something that you plan on bringing to the ACC meeting you will need to make sure that Charlie knows this no later than noon Thursday. Charlie can be reached at (512) 968-1670.

The upcoming ACC meetings are:

09/01/2016
10/06/2016
11/19.2016
12/01/2016
01/04/2017

 

 

Nextdoor (Community Bulletin Board)

We recommend the Nextdoor website for getting excellent recommendations on any and all kinds of services from residents in the area. To join Nextdoor, click on www.nextdoor.com and then complete the registration during which you will need to enter your valid Saddletree Ranch street address so that the system can verify that it is indeed a Saddletree Ranch location.  When posting anything, you'll have the option of including nearby neighborhoods such as West Cave Estates, Deer Creek Estates, Madrone Ranch, Belvedere, Vistancia, and others for wider exposure to your post/question. Persons who do not live in these registered neighborhoods cannot access Nextdoor. It is also important to know that both the Hays and Travis County Sheriff's departments post crime and safety alerts to Nextdoor.  Joining Nextdoor will not result in you receiving spam.

 

Deer - To Feed or Not To Feed

The POA Board often gets asked if we have an official position on the feeding of deer in the neighborhood.  Although there is no mention of this topic in the Restrictions and Covenants, hence not within the purview of the POA.
 

 

Burn Bans

Watch for the Burn Ban sign near the mail kiosks if either of the counties has a burn ban in effect. They are also posted on the same pole as the Speed Limit signs as you enter off of Hamilton Pool Road on both Peerman Lane and High Plains Drive. All of the Burn Ban signs indicate whether they apply to Hays County and/or Travis County.

For more information on burn bans please click on the appropriate link below.

Travis County Fire Marshal

Hays County Fire Marshal

Please check and comply with the Rules for Outdoor Burning in Hays County or Travis County before doing any burning (when allowed).

 

Safe Driving

Many residents in the neighborhood have voiced their concern regarding cars and trucks speeding through the neighborhood. Although the SR POA has no direct authority over such laws the Board took the issue to the Hays County Sheriff.  

Remember that speeding within the neighborhood, especially along Saddletree Lane and in the mailbox area, is dangerous to all. Please report unsafe driving and speeding to your local authorities (county sheriff).

 

Park Hours 

Sunrise until 1/2 hour after Sunset.


Feedback to Your Board is always welcome

Your feedback is always welcome. If you would like to share your thoughts with the Board of Directors then just click on the following link and drop us a note. We need this feedback in order to make sure that we are appropriately and responsibly representing your community.
 

SRPOA Board of Directors Mailing List
 

Keep Those Phone/eMail Records Updated

Please remember to let the POA know about phone number changes. If you have recently changed your phone number then please inform the POA so we can keep our records updated.

 




 
Saddletree Ranch Property Owners Association, Inc.

Page content © 2016, Saddletree Ranch Property Owners Association
Contact Site Administrator     Manage Page Content     Printer Friendly View

This Homeowners Association Website hosted with home-owners-assoc.com, a division of Nord Enterprises, Inc.