Homeowner Information

This section is updated periodically and provides SRPOA residents with helpful local information.
 

Saddletree Ranch Information
 
Governing Documents
SRPOA is governed by ByLaws and Restrictions filed in Hays County and Travis County, Texas.
 
Communications
Official communication from the SRPOA Board is sent via email and regular mail (when required by Texas Property Code). SRPOA does not maintain an official social media presence. Groups on Nextdoor (which connects Saddletree Ranch and 11 other neighborhoods in this area) and Facebook are managed by neighbors outside the purview of the Board. Any information provided on social media is not official communication from SRPOA and is the sole responsibility of the individual posting.
 
Amenities
Saddletree Ranch has a number of amenities available for private use by any SRPOA member in good standing, and their family members. Additional information as well as instructions for any necessary reservations is available in the Amenities section. Our amenities include:
 
●  The Clubhouse (100 Saddletree Ln) - reservations ALWAYS required
●  Saddletree Ranch Park
○  Pavilion - may be reserved
○  Playground
○  Tennis Court - may be reserved
○  Basketball Court - may be reserved
○  Volleyball Court - may be reserved
○  Baseball Field - may be reserved
 
Clubs
Several special interest clubs meet throughout the year, typically at the Clubhouse, and are open to all SRPOA residents. Clubs include:
Events
Throughout the year, there are many social events open to the entire neighborhood, including:
 
●  Potluck Soup Night at the Clubhouse
●  Mid-Winter / Valentine’s Ladies’ Tea at the Clubhouse
●  Sip ‘N Share Happy Hours at the Clubhouse
●  Neighbors First Fridays in the Park
●  Easter Egg Hunt in the Park
●  4th of July Barbeque & Party in the Park with live music, free food, & face-painting
●  Halloween Hayride (to and from the Park) for trick-or-treating through the neighborhood in a safe, fun way
●  Christmas with Santa at the Clubhouse
●  Christmas Lights Contest for the entire neighborhood!
 
Announcements will be sent via email and signage. Family and friends are welcome!
 
Committees
SRPOA maintains a number of committees, including the Architectural Control Committee (ACC), Clubhouse Committee, Park & Landscape Committee, and Events Committee. We are always looking for volunteers and participation is a great way to get to know your new neighbors! Please contact the Board for more information.
 
Violations
The SRPOA Restrictions outline your responsibilities as a member, and the Board will provide gentle reminders to anyone who is in violation before taking formal action. The Restriction enforcement process and fine schedule are posted on the website. All violation notifications will include the date, time, address, photographs, cite the specific Restriction section and paragraph, and provide a timeframe for compliance before fines are assessed. Please be aware that the following violations will result in an instant fine, potential loss of access to SRPOA amenities, and referral to law enforcement where applicable:
 
●  Fireworks - $1000
●  Motor vehicles in Saddletree Ranch Park
●  Damage to SRPOA property
 
Annual Dues
Each year the Board will make a determination of the Annual Dues to be assessed. These are calculated on a whole acre basis (e.g. a 2.5 acre property at $150/acre would be $300), and the Dues Assessment Invoices are sent out to homeowners prior to the Annual Members Meeting every July and are due by July 31st. Property owners can pay any outstanding dues balance online or mail their check to:
 
SRPOA Treasurer
100 Saddletree Ln
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
 
Mailbox Keys
Mailbox keys are distributed M-F 7:00am to 4:00pm by the Dripping Springs Post Office located at:
 
1450 W Highway 290
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
 

Utilities

 
Saddletree Ranch is currently NOT serviced by a municipal water or sewer system. Each property has its own well and septic system. The fire hydrants were installed by the original developer and are non-operative. SRPOA is working with WTCPUA to obtain water service in the future (wells would be retained for irrigation only).
 
 

Schools & Local Government

 
Schools
 
Saddletree Ranch straddles Hays and Travis Counties. As a result, our community is served by both the Dripping Springs ISD and Lake Travis ISD.
 
Hays County
 
29400 Ranch Rd. 12 N.
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
 
111 Tiger Lane
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
 
940 Highway 290 West 
Dripping Springs, TX 78620
 
Travis County (some residents on Saddlehorn Dr, Peerman Ln, Twin Saddles, Horseshoe Dr, and Winchester Dr)
 
14300 Hamilton Pool Rd.
Austin, TX 78738
 
5400 Vail Divide
Austin, TX 78738
 
3324 Ranch Road 620 South
Austin, TX 78738
 
Law Enforcement
It is important to note that the Board does not perform any function established by law that is within the authority of the State and County governments. So, for example, enforcement of traffic laws (e.g. speeders), leash laws, and similar laws enforced by county or state law enforcement officers cannot be performed by the Association or its Board.
 
The non-emergency numbers for law enforcement agencies serving Saddletree Ranch are:
 
 
Fire and Rescue
 
400 Sportsplex Drive, Dripping Springs, TX 78620
 
Lake Travis Fire Department - Station 606
17304 Hamilton Pool Rd.
Austin, TX 78738
 
Voter Registration
 
 
State Representatives
 
 
Animal Control
 
 
Roads
All streets within Saddletree Ranch are maintained by either Hays or Travis Counties. RR12 falls under TxDOT. If you see issues with the conditions of a right of way (e.g. potholes, low overhanging branches, etc.), missing street or speed limit signs, or other county responsibilities, please contact:
 
For RR12, contact TxDOT1-800-558-9368
 

County Tax & Clerk Information

 
Hays County
 
 
Assessor
Assessors are responsible for determining the value of taxable property within Hays County, TX. These property assessments are used to levy property taxes. In addition, Hays County Assessors maintain detailed neighborhood maps that contain information about the properties. These plat maps include all the lots in a tract of land, boundary locations, street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Hays County plat maps also show any easements or rights of way. Assessors are responsible for assigning a parcel number to each lot, which appears on the map. Plat maps may be available online through the Assessor's website.
 
Hays County Assessor's Office San Marcos TX
712 South Stagecoach Trail 78666
 
Clerk
Clerks maintain and preserve important public records for a county or local government, including detailed local maps such as plat maps in Hays County, TX. These Hays County plat maps show the property boundaries in a neighborhood, including lots and their dimensions, boundary locations, streets and street numbers, and parcel numbers. These Hays County maps contain important information for prospective buyers who may be concerned about easements, rights of way, flood zones, and public access on a particular plot of land. Clerks often provide online access to plat maps.
 
Hays County Clerk San Marcos TX
712 South Stagecoach Trail 78666
 
Deed Recording
Recorders of Deeds maintain real estate ownership documents to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Hays County, TX. As part of this responsibility, Recorders of Deeds typically keep detailed Hays County plat maps. These maps show the subdivisions in a tract of land, including boundary locations, parcel and street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Plat maps also include Hays County flood zones, easements, and rights of ways, as well as public access land. The Recorder of Deeds often provides public access to plat maps through its website.
 
Hays County Recorder of Deeds San Marcos TX
712 South Stagecoach Trail 78666
 
Tax Collecting
Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for collecting taxes at the local level and distributing these funds in Hays County, TX. In order to collect Hays County property taxes, the Treasurer and Tax Collector typically maintains maps covering its jurisdiction, including plat maps. These plat maps provide detailed information on a neighborhood or local area, including property boundaries and divisions, lot dimensions, parcel and street numbers, and land sizes. Hays County plat maps also contain important information for prospective buyers about flood zones, easements, rights of way, and public access. The Hays County Treasurer and Tax Collector may provide online access to plat maps on its website.
 
Hays County Tax Collector San Marcos TX
712 South Stagecoach Trail 78666
 

 
Travis County
 
Assessor
Assessors are responsible for determining the value of taxable property within Travis County, TX. These property assessments are used to levy property taxes. In addition, Travis County Assessors maintain detailed neighborhood maps that contain information about the properties. These plat maps include all the lots in a tract of land, boundary locations, street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Travis County plat maps also show any easements or rights of way. Assessors are responsible for assigning a parcel number to each lot, which appears on the map. Plat maps may be available online through the Assessor's website.
 
Travis County Assessor's Office Austin TX
5501 Airport Boulevard 78751
 
Clerk
Clerks maintain and preserve important public records for a county or local government, including detailed local maps such as plat maps in Travis County, TX. These Travis County plat maps show the property boundaries in a neighborhood, including lots and their dimensions, boundary locations, streets and street numbers, and parcel numbers. These Travis County maps contain important information for prospective buyers who may be concerned about easements, rights of way, flood zones, and public access on a particular plot of land. Clerks often provide online access to plat maps.
 
Travis County Clerk Austin TX
5501 Airport Boulevard 78751
 
Travis County Clerk Austin TX
3919 Manchaca Road 78704
 
Travis County Clerk - Travis County Courthouse Office Austin TX
1000 Guadalupe Street 78701
512-854-9188
 
Deed Recording
Recorders of Deeds maintain real estate ownership documents to ensure the accuracy of property, land, and property tax records in Travis County, TX. As part of this responsibility, Recorders of Deeds typically keep detailed Travis County plat maps. These maps show the subdivisions in a tract of land, including boundary locations, parcel and street numbers, property lines, and lot dimensions. Plat maps also include Travis County flood zones, easements, and rights of ways, as well as public access land. The Recorder of Deeds often provides public access to plat maps through its website.
 
Travis County Clerk Austin TX
5501 Airport Boulevard 78751
 
Tax Collecting
Treasurers and Tax Collectors are responsible for collecting taxes at the local level and distributing these funds in Travis County, TX. In order to collect Travis County property taxes, the Treasurer and Tax Collector typically maintains maps covering its jurisdiction, including plat maps. These plat maps provide detailed information on a neighborhood or local area, including property boundaries and divisions, lot dimensions, parcel and street numbers, and land sizes. Travis County plat maps also contain important information for prospective buyers about flood zones, easements, rights of way, and public access. The Travis County Treasurer and Tax Collector may provide online access to plat maps on its website.
 
Travis County Tax Collector Austin TX
5501 Airport Boulevard 78751
 
Travis County Tax Collector Pflugerville TX
15822 Foothill Farms Loop 78660
 
Travis County Tax Collector Austin TX
4705 Heflin Lane 78721
 
Travis County Treasurer Austin TX
314 West 11th Street 78701


 

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Saddletree Ranch Property Owners Association

100 Saddletree Ln
Dripping Springs, TX 78620

info@srpoa.net