November 2022 | HSBPOA

November Newsletter 

A word from the Horseshoe Bay POA


November is here! It seems like just a little bit ago we were talking about summer and now we have the start of the Holiday Season approaching us quickly. This month we are all eager to gather with family and friends and celebrate, whether you have a traditional Thanksgiving or a Friendsgiving, we all have plenty to be thankful for. Your Board of Directors is thankful for our community support and we will continue to strive for doing our very best to find ways to better our community as a whole.

The Horseshoe Bay Property Owners’ Association has three openings for the Board of Directors 2023 – 2026 term. Applications packets are available, starting November 1st, through December 2nd 2022.Interested applicants can pick up packages from the HSBPOA office or find it online at or contact Linda Burling at for more information. This is a great opportunity for all of our residents to consider getting involved in a very active POA board so if you are willing to serve your community, are prepared to be transparent and willing to collaborate in a friendly and integrated manner please consider joining our Board of Directors.

We are excited to see four of our Capital Projects be underway with the aesthetic betterment of the different residential entrances in our community. We have conceptual renderings for Thanksgiving Mountain and Waterlands created by Omar Garza of Garza Made, which retain the original aesthetic concepts withing our community but bring a touch of freshness reflecting our natural setting.

For Thanksgiving Mountain, we focused on widening our original foot print of the entrance and leaving it ready for future street improvements to be made as needed.

The latest on

this month's issue:

HSBPOA Board Message 1

Monthly Announcement 2

HSBPOA Helpful Tips 3

Community Corner 4

At Waterlands, we opted to eliminate unnecessary columns in order to open up the view of incoming traffic and enlarging the turn radius to accommodate large profile vehicles.

Mail Call

The Fire Department West (FD W) Kiosk located on Broken Hills, HSB West, is in its final stages toward completion.


The 60 CBUs are installed and the kiosk structure looks amazing. Solar operated motion detection lights are also a feature being added. There is sufficient space for residents to receive their mail/packages in a safe and secure environment. Packages too large for these CBUs will still be picked up at the Post Office.

This is a work in progress and continues as the first of several initiatives within HSB West.

Please ensure your personal information is up-to-date by logging in to the HSBPOA web site: and update your profile.


We are working diligently with the HSB Post Office Station to ensure a smooth transition for mail delivery from one mailbox to the other. Instructions to residents are forthcoming from the HSBPOA when all procedures are finalized.


Concurrently, CBU/mailbox requirements for the remaining areas within HSB West are underway. More work still needs to be done and we are continuing to refine the plans for the next phase(s) of development.


Please direct any questions / comments you have to our office as this is the HSBPOA capital improvement project.

Don't Get Left Out!

Make sure you update your email address and sign up for electronic voting for this upcoming board election!!

Also, we have a invitation event coming up so you don't want to miss out out!! 

Update Old Email Address 
Electronic Voting Sign-up

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Monthly Announcements

Second Annual



Friday, November 11, 2022

Complimentary lunch at Noon

followed by a Tribute to a Special Veteran

Quail Point Lodge, 107 Twilight Ln, Horseshoe Bay, TX 78657

ALL Veterans and Their Families Welcome!

RSVP to by 11/4 to reserve your seat.

Include your name, military branch and name of guest or spouse.


Hosted by Star Republican Women of Horseshoe Bay, partnering with Horseshoe Bay POA.

      New Merchandise Alert! 

If you haven't stopped by Quail Point and looked at our display case you may not have seen that we have new merchandise!

Our HSB and QPL Stemless Cups are in! Stop by the QPL Office and also check out our display case and Bulletin Board for more information and more goodies! 

Office ClosureNovember 11th (Veterans Day), November 24th & 25th (Thanksgiving Holiday

Bingo November 10th

November Board Meeting – November 16th

Yoga CancellationsNovember 3rd & 17th

Grounds Closed for Events – November 3rd and 12th  

Know Your Right!

Want more information about your Property Taxes?


The HSB POA will be holding a Property Tax Rights Seminar at QPL the week of Jan. 16th! There will be a Q&A section so make sure you come with any questions you may have. 

More information will be coming next newsletter! 

Constituional Standards 

Safety On the Road

A Golf Cart is a motor vehicle designed by the manufacturer primarily for use on a golf course. TxDMV does not title and register Golf Carts, but Golf Carts are eligible to receive a Golf Cart license plate. You may obtain a Golf Cart license plate from your county tax assessor-collector’s office. The county will require a Form 130-U Application for Texas Title and/or Registration.

Golf Carts with a Golf Cart license plate may be operated on roads in the following situations:

  • In a master planned community with a uniform set of restrictive covenants and a county or municipality approved plat
  • On a public or private beach that is open to vehicular traffic
  • On a highway with a posted speed limit of 35 mph, during the daytime and not more than two miles from the location where it is usually parked for transportation to and from a golf course
  • To cross intersections, including an intersection with a highway that has a posted speed limit of more than 35 mph.

Golf Carts must have the following minimum equipment:

  • Headlamps
  • Tail lamps
  • Reflectors
  • Parking brake
  • Mirrors
  • Blinkers
  • No Holding Toddlers 
  • No Alcohol

Additionally, cities or certain counties may authorize operation of Golf Carts on roads within the boundaries of the city or within unincorporated areas of certain counties. The Golf Cart must display a Golf Cart license plate when operated on roads authorized by the city or county. Operation may be authorized only on roads with a speed limit of 35 mph or less.

If operated on the roads at a speed of 25 mph or less, a Golf Cart is required to display a slow-moving vehicle emblem.

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Horseshoe Bay POA Helpful Tips

This is the month to be thankful and there is no better way to demonstrate our appreciation than with donations! Our first responders are available to help us 24 hours a day and 365 days a year during our most trying times. The Horseshoe Bay Fire Department, Police Department, and EMT's  work is physically, mentally and emotionally difficult and yet they give all they have for our wellbeing. Think of these courageous people in our community and drop off some food donations. Care packages, are welcome!

Here are some ideas of items to include in your First Responder Care Packages:

  • Energy bars
  • Granola/cereal bars
  • Nuts/trail mix
  • Beef jerky
  • Gatorade
  • Microwavable Popcorn
  • Drink Mix singles
  • Tissue Pocket Packs
  • Crackers or cookies individually wrapped
  • Instant Oatmeal
  • Hot Chocolate

November 2022 | HSBPOA

Community Corner

This space is reserved for our community members. A place where recipes, crafts and talents are shared. 

French Toast Balls

By Omar Webb

There's no denying that French toast is incredibly yummy, but it's even better in deep-fried, bite-sized form!


  • 2 cups bread crumbs
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 4 eggs
  • 1 tsp vanilla extract
  • 1 cup milk
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup


In a bowl mix the bread crumbs with sugar, eggs, vanilla extract and milk, until combine well. Place the balls in a waffle maker and cook for 20 minutes.

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⬇ Small Businesses We Support ⬇ 

Below is a list of small businesses that we believe are going to help your needs, that being monuments, title companies, electrical, etc...! Each month we will give you three businesses from our phone directory advertisers that are our Rockstars! 

Cuplin & Associates Land Surveyors and Planners Inc. is one of the premier land surveying and planning companies in Central Texas since March 2007. 

 We use cutting edge technology and quality products to provide timely services at a reasonable cost to a wide variety of clientele in the State of Texas.

Cuplin & Associates, Inc. is owned and managed by Kyle P. Cuplin, R.P.L.S. and Burnet County native James Boyd.  

DJ's company "ANTIQUES TO NEW" is one of the largest estate sale services in Austin, TX and the hill country.

She offers services for clients who are moving, relocating, downsizing, or have had a family member pass away. D.J. is able to conduct sales with out-of-state clients and can work with an attorney or executor of the estate. 

D.J. will handle all details involved and provide the resources to organize, research, price, attractively display, advertise and host estate sales of all sizes.

We work our hardest to make the estate transition process as smooth as possible while managing the fine points professionally, honestly and efficiently

As an Edward Jones financial advisor, whether you're planning for retirement, saving for college for children or grandchildren, or just trying to protect the financial future of the ones you care for the most, we can work together to develop specific strategies to help you achieve your goals.

We can also monitor your progress to help make sure you stay on track or determine if any adjustments need to be made. Throughout it all, we're dedicated to providing you top-notch client service.

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