Cross Mountain Ranch is a residential community established in 1980 at the northwest corner of Bexar County. With 2-3 acre lots and a relaxed, semi-rural atmosphere, the neighborhood offers privacy within a friendly setting close to Leon Springs, and a quiet place to live nestled at the foot of the beautiful Texas Hill Country. The historic town of Boerne is just 10 minutes to the north, and downtown San Antonio a quick 20 minute drive to the south.
Meeting of the Board of Directors - Saturday, April 20, 10:00am
The Board will be discussing several issues of importance to all homeowners, including amendments to the Deed Restrictions and Bylaws. The Agenda will be emailed to all homeowners that we have email addresses for; if we don't have your email address, please contact the Board. If you plan on attending the Board meeting, please let us know so we can be sure to have enough space.
Annual assessment statements should arrive in your mailbox between Dec. 26 and January 2
Sunday February 03, 2019
You should have received your annual assessment statement for 2019 - the due date for payments is January 31, 2019, and there will be a grace period for payments through March 31, 2019. After April 1, a late charge of $25 will apply. If you have not received your statement, please contact our property manager at (210) 733-8398, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact the Board of Directors directly by email at email@example.com if you have questions or concerns. We appreciate your patience in this transition to new management processes.
Cross Mountain Ranch Homeowners Association Annual Meeting
Thursday October 11, 2018
The Annual meeting of CMRHC will be at Cross Mountain Church, 7:00pm. Several items of importance will be discussed and voted on at this meeting. You should have received a notice of the meeting along with the documents we will be voting on. We will also elect two members to the Board of Directors. Light refreshments will be served.
Cross Mountain Ranch Homeowners Cooperative is a mandatory membership HOA dedicated to protecting property values and maintaining communication about issues affecting the neighborhood. For more information about living in Cross Mountain Ranch, contact us through the links at the left.