People with COVID-19 can transmit the virus to others in close proximity when speaking, coughing, or sneezing—even if they are not exhibiting symptoms. That’s why the public use of face coverings is mandatory in #SanAntonio where social distancing is difficult to maintain. Be responsible, please wear a face covering to protect your neighbors. (Learn more)
Thank you to all those Ranchers who have participated in our
LIGHTS 4 HOPE program at Stillwater Ranch.
If you have lit up your house for hope, please submit a photo to be featured in an upcoming E-Newsletter.
It is not too late; all residents are invited to participate in decorating their homes for our LIGHTS 4 HOPE program.
Be a part of the glow wave - brighten up our community by displaying your Christmas lights to shine a light on hope. We are all in this together, Ranchers. Remember to continue practicing social distancing and wash your hands, but more importantly Stay Safe, Stay Home, Stay Healthy.
Be our Resident Spotlight!
Tell us a little bit about yourself and where you are from?
Share some facts about yourself and your family, and how long you have called Stillwater home.
You could be featured in our Neighbors Meeting Neighbors resident spotlight!
Take a break from reality and tell us about your favorite movie blockbuster! Look for this posting on Stillwater Ranch social media to comment on your favorite movie of all time!
Talk About It Tuesday
Are you missing adult interaction? How about a brief break from the kids, or your other half? Grab a cup of coffee or your beverage of choice and join us on Stillwater Ranch social media at 11AM.
Window Art Wednesday
Has this pandemic helped your family discover their inner artistic genius? If you haven’t already, get creative and decorate your window! Show us your window masterpieces on Stillwater Ranch social media this Wednesday!
That Birthday Thursday
Join us for a social media LIVE feed where we will celebrate those April birthdays! If you would like a birthday shout out, email SWRCelebrates@icloud.com including name, birth date, age, and birthday messages!
High School Edition
Since the class of 2020 has begun sharing senior portraits, why not share your own? If you’d like to keep high school in the past, post some a fun picture that is attached to a great memory.
Who thinks it’s time for a BBQ? Saturday we invite all Ranchers to join in the Oscar Meyer Front Yard Cookout! Share those smoking and sizzling scents with your neighbors, all while practicing social distancing.
Introducing the Stillwater Ranch Virtual Cookbook! Submit a recipe and photo to be featured in upcoming
Every submission equals one entry for your chance to win a
$50 H-E-B Gift Card!
(Submit a "How-to" video and double your chances.)
This week's submission is from Stillwater Resident,
Do you and your neighbors consider your street the best and brightest? Host a Social DisDANCE Block Party and see who is the Greatest of All Time (GOAT!)
Email your Lifestyle Director,
Stephen for information.
Do you have any ideas or suggestions for upcoming community events, involving in social distancing?
Stillwater Ranch will be celebrating all students and their end of the semester accomplishments with our Academic Promotions Week! We encourage ALL Ranchers to decorate a sign and put it in your front yard recognizing your student’s promotion. Promotions into kindergarten, middle school, high school, and of course, our 2020 graduating seniors are all encouraged to be showcased!
This Promotions Week will begin Monday, May 11 and end on Saturday, May 16 with a community parade featuring our graduating seniors as our Grand Marshals (this parade will be taking the place of our Cinco de Mayo parade.)
Since our schools are closed for the academic year, let’s come together as a community and give these kids the kudos they deserve!
May 17 - 30
return in MAY!
Since most of us are working from home at the moment, why not utilize the Stillwater Marketplace? Buy, sell, or trade items in your household or promote your at-home business. It's easy! Click the image above and visit the Marketplace now!
Have you visited the SWR Swag Shop yet? Pick up at T-shirt, coffee mug, or tote bag! Rancher, Wrangler, and Stillwater Teen items are currently available. Click the image above and see all that our Swag Shop has to offer!
The Amenity Centers will remain closed until further notice (This includes ALL Common Area amenities such as the basketball court, tennis courts, playgrounds, trails, and community pond). The amenity access gates are disabled; we encourage residents to not access them at this time.
The Association Office is closed; however, we are working remotely to maintain business operations (Monday - Friday 8AM to 5PM.)
The health and safety of our residents and guests are one of our top priorities. Although we are not currently on-site, we are still here for you.
As a reminder:
For ACC Requests or Questions regarding Covenants & Standards, please email Community Standards Coordinator, Sierra Wyncoop
Questions regarding Resale Certificates, Account information, Billing, or Community Access Cards, please email SWR Association Office Manager, Brandie Brackett
For Lifestyle Events/Activities and Advertising Questions, email Stephen Martinez, Stillwater Ranch Lifestyle Director.
Please email all other questions or concerns to Stillwater Ranch Community Manager, Brenda Tate.
In case of emergency please call 911.
Stay Home, Work Safe Orders are currently in effect through April 30 in San Antonio and #Bexar County. (Learn more)
Wondering where you must wear a cloth face covering in San Antonio? Wear them in public places like grocery stores and pharmacies + when working in areas that involve close proximity to others. (Learn more)
Public use of face coverings over nose & mouth is required in San Antonio. Coverings can include homemade masks, scarfs, bandanna, or a handkerchief. Keep social distancing & washing your hands. Remember, medical masks & N-95 respirators are for healthcare providers & first responders.
San Antonio residents older than 10 must wear a cloth face covering in public where it is difficult to keep 6 feet away from others and when working in areas that involve close proximity to others. Here’s what you need to know about proper use of cloth face coverings.