Why do I pay dues to more than one property owners association?
Residents in the neighborhoods in the Barton Creek North Master Association are also members of the sub-association for their specific neighborhood. Therefore, these residents pay an assessment to the Barton Creek North Master Association and an assessment to their specific sub-association. The Barton Creek North Master Association maintains the landscaping along portions of Barton Creek Boulevard and Lost Creek Boulevard as well as handling most of the Architectural Control Committee oversight for the neighborhoods in its area. The various sub-associations maintain the common areas within their gates. For more information, please contact the management company for the Barton Creek North Master Association.
Barton Creek South POA and Barton Creek Southwest POA are set up with single associations, but different assessment levels depending upon in which neighborhood you own property. Assessment levels are based upon Development Areas in these neighborhoods. Please contact the management company for more information.
What is the approval process for making improvements to my property?
Every lot in the Barton Creek Community is governed by recorded documents and design guidelines that are put in place to enhance, preserve and protect the property values within the community. Any new construction, changes to the exterior of the home, changes to the lot or an addition to the lot must be approved in advance by the Architectural Control Committee for the specific Property Owners Association. Please contact the management company for the specific Property Owners Association to receive more information.
Is there a marketing signage policy for Barton Creek?
Each Property Owners Association has specific policies regarding sales signage and realtor signage. Standard real estate signs are generally not approved and will be removed without notice to the owner or realtor. Please contact the management company for the specific Property Owners Association for more information.