TCEQ Laws For Outdoor Burning when the County Burn Ban is not in force:
CC&R permits ONLY for sale signs and owner identification signs. State law forbids POAs to restrict political signs from 90 days before an election to 10 days after. ELECTION CODE CHAPTER 259. POLITICAL SIGNS
All structures and designs that add value to your property, require a submission to the ACC Committee for their approval. Visit the Requests & Contacts page and then ACC Request to view the requirements to submit.
Monthly BOD Meetings
The Board will be meeting the 3rd Monday of each month at 6:30 at our River Park or on Google Meet due to COVID19. See our Community Calendar for our Meet address.
CSPOA Annual Dues Information
Annual Dues are due on 1/1/2021 and are late after 1/31/2021.
Dues are $120.00 for a single lot and $240.00 for two or more lots.
Payments may be sent to the POA at 1301 Phantom Rider Trail, Spring Branch, TX 78070.
Invoices are sent by email ONLY when late charges occur. If you have not received one as yet or wish to pay on-line, send your email to [email protected] and one will be sent to you.
We have 11 RV areas ($20/night) and 5 tent areas ($5/night) that are marked off and fees go towards grounds and maintenance. These are first come, first serve basis, the areas are on the Park map on the River Park page. See the Community Calendar to know how many reservations have already been scheduled. We ask that you continue to practice safe Social Distancing. The link below has additional information that was provided by Comal County.
Comal County COVID information
New Braunfels information
We have 2 fire pits at our park, one by the tent area and one closer to the river. When building a fire take into consideration the wind speed and safety for all. Park closes at 10:00 so remember to show respect to neighbors who live close to the park and other campers.
When trimming your oak trees, a scar must be painted within an hour of the cut. Tar paint is the best paint to use. Please help us keep our property values, we don’t want OAK WILT to destroy our beautiful community. Thank
Please contact me (text or call 210-865-1454) if you own the following park cards so I can update the system:
32128 and 32129; 44776; 64153 and 64154; 63631
CSPOA Annual Meeting October 3, 2020 at 11:00 (old)
Please read the 2019 Annual Meeting draft located under the Board Meetings Tab. We will be voting on 2 Board Member positions and 2 ACC Committee Member. The meeting will be at the park with Social Distancing practiced. An email was sent on Saturday September 26th. If you would like to scan your absentee ballot and email it back, please send to [email protected]. This will make sure we get it by Saturday October 3rd.
Cypress Springs Development is a community of near 500 residences on tracts of land ranging from half an acre to over 5 acres in size. Our community sits along a stretch of the beautiful Guadalupe River in Spring Branch, Texas at the cusp of the Texas Hill Country. We love our river, the hills, the wildlife and our quiet living. If you find yourself with an opportunity to become a part of our wonderful community, you should take advantage of it and start living the good life.
Our Little bit of History:
A significant portion of Spring Branch (known today as the Cypress Springs development) that borders the Guadalupe River was first settled by German native Adam Becker (1815-1901)
Becker journeyed to Texas in 1845 to join Prince Carl of Solms-Braunfels in establishing a colony on behalf of the Adelsverien, also knows as the German Emigration Company. Becker contributed to the building of Fredericksburg, Texas, and assisted with other aspects of the colony.
He married Elizabeth Monken and by 1852 had established his homestead on what is now Phantom Rider Trail in Spring Branch. On his homestead he raised cattle. The house he built for his family, which was privately restored in the first decade of the 21st century, was constructed of locally quarried stone and hand-hewn cypress from the banks of the nearby Guadalupe River. Adam Becker became a United States Citizen in 1860 and upon his death in 1901 was buried in the cemetery on his homestead. The headstone is located on the back end of the original property, not at the family cemetery.
Thank You Steven Dunn for the beautiful photos of our neighborhood and wildlife.