Community News & Events
March 2019
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13% of Stillwater residents have not paid their January assessments. As a reminder, HOA assessments were due on January 1. The association office has attempted to contact you via phone or email as a reminder of your missed payment and late fees. Until assessments have been paid, amenity access cards for delinquent ranchers have been deactivated.
LIVE with Brenda & Stephen
This Facebook and Instagram LIVE Stream returns Wednesday, April 3 at 5:30 pm. Join in and have the chance to win a four pack of tickets to an upcoming San Antonio RAMPAGE hockey game!
To win, visit and LIKE the community Facebook page by clicking here . Anyone who gives a recommendation/review telling us why you love living in Stillwater Ranch will be entered to win twice!
(Must be viewing to win)
Submit questions or feedback to be answered LIVE by emailing Stephen . See you then!
Trail Dust Pool Now Open
SWR Trails are Closed
Are you an active adult, 55 or older and want to meet other 55+ residents? Join us at the Association office for our SWR WRANGLERS 55+ group on  Wednesday, April 24 at  6:00 p.m.  We will finalize our upcoming tour to the TOYOTA & San Antonio Shoe Factory, begin sign up for the Memorial day Lucky Eagle casino trip on May 26th, and more!

If you are interested, please RSVP by clicking here .
(Food & drinks for participating WRANGLERS will be served.
The Stillwater TEEN CLUB is in full swing! If your teen is interested in building new relationships within SWR while participating in education nights with community service opportunities, the Stillwater Teen Club is just for them. Our next meeting is Monday , April 29 at the association office from 6:30 - 7:30 pm. Our returning Guest Speaker will be Financial Advisor, John McPhillips of Edward Jones .

Please RSVP by clicking here .
(Food & drinks for participating Teens will be served.)
Click the link below, Fill out the attached form, and Email HERE
72nd Annual
Strawberry Festival 2019
APRIL 5-7, 2019
Held annually in April, the festival has 14 areas of continuous entertainment featuring concerts with nationally known Country Western and Tejano stars, regional bands, gunslingers, carnival, various contests, and rodeo performances. There is something for the whole family!
San Antonio Book Festival
Saturday April 6, 2019
600 Soledad St, San Antonio, TX 78205
The San Antonio Book Festival celebrates national and local authors and their contributions to the culture of literacy, ideas, and imagination.
The free, daylong event is a gift to visitors and the citizens of San Antonio, bringing books to life through author presentations, innovative panel discussions, and book sales and signings. Also included in this fun day of literary entertainment are family activities such as children’s theater performances, a technology area, interactive play and art stations, and a selection of the city’s famous food trucks. SABF, which generates more than $1 million for the city’s economy, is the signature program of the San Antonio Public Library Foundation.
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2019 Fiesta Medal Party!
It's that time of year again.. Fiesta!! Chicken on a stick, confetti, parades, and of course the MEDALS!! 

Join us at our brewery on April 6 for our 6th Annual Fiesta Medal Release Party.
Be sure to get your tickets on THIS event page or right HERE

This will be a ticketed event and you MUST HAVE a ticket to get a medal and get into the event.

For only $20 you will receive:
- One 2019 limited edition Busted Sandal Fiesta medal
- One 2019 limited edition Fiesta medal pint glass
- Three 16oz pours of beer (Additional beers will be available for purchase.)
- Live lucha libre matches
- Live music

Spread the word.

Viva Fiesta! Viva la Chancla!

* YOU MUST HAVE A TICKET (either printed or on your phone) to get into the party, get a wristband, and to get your medal. Due to anticipated high demand, we will not be able to hold/reserve any medals. Additional medals will be available for sale only if you have bought a ticket. 21+ only please and feel free to bring a chair.
57th Annual
Starving Artist Art Show
With over 150 vendors, this free, family-friendly event will showcase quality, handmade art, jewelry, and unique specialty items.
Explore various artisans' work from around the U.S. on Saturday, April 6 and Sunday, April 7, from 10:00AM - 6:00PM. Proceeds of this event will benefit the less fortunate of San Antonio through the work of the Little Church of La Villita.

Please call (210) 226-3593 for additional information.
DIY Peeps Vase
From HGTV.com 

Step 1: Place a Mason jar in the center of a square clear glass vase. Add layers of jelly beans inside the vase (outside the jar) by color. We chose pink as the bottom layer, yellow in the middle and green on the top. Tip: Even out your layers using the end of a paintbrush
Step 2: Insert Peeps (three at a time) on top of the jelly bean layers around the whole vase. We used the same color Peeps all around.
Step 3: Insert flowers in the Mason jar.
Late Spring to Early Summer Garden Tips
Just as warm sunshine begins to approach, give your garden the boost it needs for seasonal beauty.
Keep Watering
As temperatures start to rise, it’s important to keep plants well watered, especially those that have just been planted out. As plants become established and develop bigger and more effective root systems, they will need watering less frequently. Established plants only need a good soaking in dry conditions if they show signs of wilting.
Move Pots Outside
Any tender or exotic plants, such as citrus trees, that you have brought indoors over winter can now be moved back into the garden after a gradual acclimatization to outdoor temperatures (the shock of a sudden change can cause leaves to drop).
FAQs about Watering Rules
& Tips for Your Lawn


When we are not in drought restrictions (stages 1 through 4), under Year-Round rules you are allowed to water your landscape with a sprinkler before 11 a.m. and after 7 p.m. every day. Watering by hand-held hose or with a 5-gallon bucket is allowed any time. However, water waste is prohibited at all times.

Happy 5th Birthday Lane!
Dad, Mom,
Gavin and June

Happy 1st Birthday to our Fiesta Baby, Eliana! 

We love you! 
Mama and Dada
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ALL Fitness Levels, access to 300+ San Antonio locations/times
Hours of Operation
Main Pool - 12pm - 9pm (Mon.)
Dawn - 9pm (Tuesday - Sunday)
Trail Dust Pool - 12pm - 9pm (Wed.)
Dawn - 9pm (Thursday - Tuesday)
Playground - Dawn - Dusk
Fitness Room - 5am - 11pm
Tennis & Basketball Courts - 7am - 10pm
* Residents MUST have Access Cards or Visitor/Guest Pass
PLUS Picture ID for all Amenities
We are asking that all SWR residents visiting the Basketball court show their pool access card and ID to avoid the court's over population of outside guests.
Residents are allowed to have two (2) guests per access card and must stay with their guest at all times. Also, Children under 10 must be accompanied by an adult.
  • No glass containers or breakable items are allowed in the fitness center as they are a health and safety hazard.
  • No profanity or abusive language permitted
  • Parents are responsible for their children in the fitness room and facility. *Children under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times.
  • Private training and/or lesson use is not permitted in the fitness room unless approved, in advance in writing, by the Stillwater Ranch Homeowner’s Association.
Reasons to call BCSO
  • Any suspicious activity in and around the neighborhood, the Amenity Center, Pond, or Trail.
  • After hours noise complaints.
  • Abandoned Cars parked on the street.
  • Large/Over-sized vehicles blocking fire hydrants or mailboxes.

Non-Emergency Dispatch: 210.335.6000
Emergency: 911
Stillwater Ranch HOA Office
8022 Stillwater Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78254
P: 210-451-9656
F: 210-451-9671
Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 5 PM
Saturday & Sunday
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