The Latest News
The April, 2023 edition of the OCMPOA newsletter has been published! Click here to read it online! There’s information concerning this weekend’s neighborhood cleanup, as well as the announcement of the neighborhood’s annual meeting May 21st…
Click the image below to open the Community Town Hall agenda…
The Membership Forms linked from the Important Information and Links section have been updated!
The May, 2022 edition of the OCMPOA newsletter has been published! Click here to read it online!
The Spring 2022 Meet & Greet is just around the corner!
The Fall/Winter, 2021 edition of the OCMPOA newsletter has been published! (Pardon the tardiness.) Click here to read it online!
The Spring 2021 edition of the OCMPOA newsletter has been published! Click here to read it online!
The December edition of the OCMPOA newsletter is out! Click here to read it online!
Poll Results So Far…
These are the current voting results from our recent online poll:
Deed Restrictions Amendment #1: “Restricting Short-term Rentals (i.e. AirBnB/HomeAway)” Insert the following new restriction before current restriction #6:
Of 68 responses: 63% YES 36% NO
Deed Restrictions Amendment #2: “Allowing ownership of chickens for non-commercial use” Update language of current restriction #6:
Of 68 responses: 80% YES 19% NO
72 % support updating deed restrictions in future to allow mother in law or guest suites.
74% support updating deed restrictions in future to allow work from home as long as it doesn’t bring traffic into neighborhood.
Currently our Deed Restrictions ALLOW RVs to be used as a secondary residence on our lots (though not mobile homes).
34% – This is fine.
30% – We should restrict use of RVs as a residence, though still allow parking.
27% – We should restrict use of RVs AND not allow parking if a home has not yet been built.
ATTENTION: Online Voting for Deed Restrictions, By-Laws and Board Elections
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and its impact on all of our lives, OCMPOA is currently evaluating a number of changes. Late last year (before the pandemic), the board decided to approach the issue of revising both our Deed Restrictions and By-Laws to adjust to changing trends and evolving issues in our neighborhood. With this pandemic we must now consider additional changes as well.
In January 2020, the Board approved a door-to-door canvas to occur during the early spring weeks which unfortunately was cancelled due to COVID-19. This would have served to gather interest in our community, provide greater awareness of the Neighborhood Watch Program and gather votes for the updated Deed Restrictions.
Since we cannot do this in person, we would like to hear directly from every property owner in the neighborhood. An online voting link has been setup at: http://tinyurl.com/ocmpoa2020. This voting includes updates to our Deed Restrictions and By-Laws, as well as elections for officers to the Board. The Deed Restrictions vote is open to ALL homeowners in the neighborhood, regardless of OCMPOA membership. The elections for officers of the Board are restricted only to members of OCMPOA, but we would like to encourage everyone to renew or join if you haven’t before. In order to change a Deed Restriction, we must have 51% of homeowner’s votes for the change, which means we would need 126 votes in order to change a restriction. So your vote is truly important! We will announce an update of the votes at our Virtual Annual Meeting which is scheduled for Sunday, July 26th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.
NOTE: We must have your email address to send you the link for our upcoming Virtual Annual Meeting, so make sure you give us your email address when you vote. A link to the meeting will be emailed to you Sunday morning.
Please go to this link and VOTE!!!
The summer edition of the OCMPOA newsletter is out! Click here to read it online!
The newest edition of the OCMPOA newsletter is out! Click here to read it online!
And (drum roll, please) here are the winners of this year’s Holiday Lighting Contest (and what they won):
1st Place 13100 Easley Dr. Susie & Shirley Verhoef $150
2nd Place 13410 Onion Creek Dr. Justin & Tavia Hrobovsky $100
3rd Place 13427 Onion Creek Dr. Jamie & Kim Zeringue $75
Hon. Mention 105 Bermuda Shaun Reade $20 paid OCMPOA annual membership fee
Thanks to everybody who participated this year!!!
We’ve added the latest OCMPOA newsletter to the website. Click here to check it out…read all about this year’s Holiday Lighting Contest!
Thanks to everybody who attended the annual meeting this year! And thanks if you renewed your annual membership or perhaps just joined OCMPOA. Your board looks forward to serving you this year. We will keep you posted of any events or changes as the information becomes available.
We have two new board members to introduce: Beverly Hetrick, who will serve as Secretary, and John Van Mater, who will serve as an at-large board member. Kelle Villarreal has stepped up to take the Treasurer position. We’d like to extend our thanks to Temple Gossett for her board service.
See you around the neighborhood!
Here’s info about the upcoming annual meeeting….a little different this time…keeping it in the neighborhood!
We have a new OCMPOA newsletter to share with you! Click here to check it out….
Click here to view the latest newsletter from the Travis County Sheriff’s Office!
The latest issue of the OCMPOA newsletter is online now. Click here to view it!
From neighbor Louis Castillo:
Neighborhood Garage Sale – June 3, 2017
OCMPOA Board member Lance Farley met with Bear Creek Crossing contractor Royce Rippy and 204 Turley Dr. (currently vacant lot) owner Jarrod Gaither to discuss the impending development bordering our neighborhood to the north and the emergency access road connecting to Turley Dr. that Travis county has asked for.
Lance learned that construction will begin on the development in about 30 days. There will be a second phase of the development begun in about 18 months that will include lots backing up to our northernmost Turley Drive properties. The emergency access road will be built on the half of the previously-vacated easement included in Mr. Gaither’s property and will be approximately 25-30 feet wide. The road is supposed to be gated and locked at the north end (bordering Bear Creek Crossing) and is only to be used for emergency vehicle access to Bear Creek Crossing. Lance received assurance from Mr. Rippy that Bear Creek Crossing construction vehicles would not be using the road. Mr. Rippy also stated that Bear Creek Crossing’s HOA would be responsible for maintenance of the road. A more complete plan of the development, showing the bordering to our neighborhood, can be found by clicking here and scrolling down about halfway through the .pdf.
Once the emergency access road has been completed, Mr. Gaither plans to build a home on the 204 Turley lot and put it up for sale.
Again, as further details are known, Lance will update this website with them.
Annual Meeting time! Join your neighbors for an opportunity to stay informed and make decisions about our community!
When: Sunday, May 7, 2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Where: Manchaca VFD Meeting Room, 665 FM 1626
The new OCMPOA newsletter is out! Click here to view/download it.
2/22/2017 – Bear Creek Crossing (formerly Cebolla Creek) development news:
The Travis County Zoning & Platting Commission met Tuesday, February 21st, and the Bear Creek Crossing construction plan was submitted for approval. It passed. The development is slated to be directly north of and bordering Turley Drive.
Click here to view the complete meeting agenda.
Click here to view a copy of the construction plan, along with the county’s findings.
Board member Lance Farley will continue to update the website concerning the progress of this development.
2/14/2017 – Welcome to the new OCMPOA website!
2/7/2017 – Bear Creek Crossing (formerly Cebolla Creek) development news:
Board member Lance Farley talked with Joe Arriaga, the county case worker for the development last week. Mr. Arriaga said that Royce Rippy has submitted the construction plan, and the plan is going before the Zoning & Platting Commission at their meeting Tueday, February 21st. The meeting is open to the public at 301 W. 2nd St.
Bear Creek Crossing is a development slated for the 70-acre property between Twin Creek Road and Onion Creek Meadows to the north, bordering our Turley Drive properties from 208 Turley Dr., west to Onion Creek Drive. Click on the links below for previous updates given to us by our neighbor, Ron Ralph…who was keeping us updated on the situation. Thanks, Ron!
Cebolla Creek Flyer
Cebolla Creek Development News
1/29/2015 Update on Cebolla Creek
The OCMPOA Facebook page is up and running!
You can find it at www.facebook.com/ocmpoa OR by clicking on the above image. If you “like” the page, you’ll receive all updates in your feed.
This is a great place to share news, photos, events, etc. with your neighbors as well as keep up with news from the Board.
Look forward to seeing you online!
TIME TO RENEW YOUR MEMBERSHIP IN THE ONION CREEK MEADOWS PROPERTY OWNERS ASSN. IF YOU ARE NOT A MEMBER PLEASE JOIN US. SHOW YOU CARE ABOUT THE FUTURE OF THIS AREA. WORK WITH US TO PROTECT OUR QUALITY OF LIFE.
THE DUES ARE $20.00 AND THE MEMBERSHIP PERIOD IS FROM JULY 1, 2016 – JUNE 30, 2017.
SEND YOUR MEMBERSHIP DUES TO:
P.O. BOX 434
MANCHACA, TX. 78652,
OR CONTACT ANY BOARD MEMBER
GET OCMPOA ALERTS!
If you are interested in reporting or receiving information about unusual or suspicious activity in the Onion Creek Meadows area, be sure your email address is on firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a free service available to anyone living in Onion Creek Meadows. Your email address will not be shared with anyone else.
Click here for the Close Patrol Form
This form is one that the Sheriff’s Office uses to inform Patrol Officers when residents in their patrol area are out of town and to keep an eye on their property. Once submitted, Karen Valdez of the Travis County Sheriff’s Office will contact you to confirm details.
Click here for additional information on Neighborhood Watch Programs
Onion Creek Meadows Yahoo Group: Neighborhood Forum!