The welfare and safety of our residents and their guests is of primary importance to everyone here at Belterra. While we have received no indication of COVD-19 within our community, we strongly believe in taking additional measures to help keep our residents safe.

The entire Belterra Recreation Center ( including Pool, FItness Center, Playground, Ball Field, Basketball Court, Activity Room, Restrooms) , The Retreat at San Saba  (including Splash Pad, Field, Restrooms, Pavilion)  and Association office will remain  closed  until further notice due to precautionary measures put in place to monitor COVD-19.

Please note the "Stay At Home, Work Safe" order issued by Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra that began at 11 p.m. Thursday, March 26th to help slow the spread of coronavirus. The order will last until 4 a.m. April 10th.
In addition to the stay at home order, a curfew has been set from 11 p.m. - 4 a.m. nightly., exempting essential workers.

Residents are urged to stay at home and only leave for essential activities, or provide essential governmental functions, or to operate essential businesses. To view the announcement please click here.

If you need to report any issues relating to the "Stay At Home, Work Safe" order, please contact Hays County Sheriff Office: 512-393-7800

For additional information about COVID-19, please read the latest report from the Center of Disease Control at  www.cdc.gov.

The Board of Directors and management, are actively monitoring this situation, and will continue to share new information. We appreciate all of your cooperation and patience during this time.

Should you need assistance or have any questions please contact us by phone (512-301-7770) or email.
Luke Kenzik, Community Manager –  lkenzik@ccmcnet.com
Ashlyn McDaniel, Lifestyle Director -  amcdaniel@ccmcnet.com
Melanie Daves, Community Standards -  mdaves@ccmcnet.com  
 
Thank you,
Your Board of Directors and CCMC Management