There's a number of projects in the works at the Sports park pool:
1. We are finishing up a number of projects to support the American's with Disability Act (ADA) access project. A new electric pool lift was installed and the access card reader, 911 emergency call box, exit box, bathroom improvements, and other items were installed to improve accessibility to the pool. 2. A new high/low Elkay water fountain was installed to replace the older system. 3. Main/kiddie pool reserve resurfacing project (due to normal wear). The main pool resurfacing has begun to remove the older (cracked) plaster face at Sports Park. Last year, the Timber Country/Kiddie pool was resurfaced. This year the BOD voted to move forward to resurface the main pool. The surface of the pools are removed, new safety drains and recessed steps installed and then the entire pool is resurfaced. Both pools were past their programmed/projected resurfacing dates.
As required by the governing documents of Wildhorse Homeowners Association, Inc., an Annual Meeting of the members will be held on March 9, 2017, at 6 p.m., at the Krueger Elementary School Cafeteria, located at 9900 Wildhorse Parkway, San Antonio, TX 78254.
The meeting will be held for the following purposes:
To elect 3 new Board Members.
To transact any other properly presented business.
If you plan to attend the meeting, please arrive 15 minutes early to sign in and receive your materials. The meeting will begin promptly at 6 p.m.
If you are unable to attend the meeting, please complete ONE of the voting options on the back of this form and return it to Spectrum Association Management following the instructions.
The deadline to return this form is March 9, 2017. Instructions were also sent via email to the registered email address on file for online voting.
Immediately following the Annual Meeting, we may have a Board Meeting for the Board Members to appoint officers.
We look forward to seeing you. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call 210-494-0659.
The Wildhorse Board of Directors authorized the creation and execution of a community survey. Since it was founded, there had not been a ‘large‐scale’ survey accomplished. The current board felt that it was important to assess how the community felt about a number of issues and help plan the future of projects, amenity support, and management of the community’s affairs.
December 2016. A new drinking fountain was installed over by the main playground at Sport Park. It has a pet friendly drinking bowl for our furry friends.
New drinking fountains Timber Country Pool
August 24, 2015
Shade Cover-Kiddie Playground
June 5, 2015
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce that the shade cover for the kiddie playground was installed!
Easter Egg Hunt & Pancake Breakfast
March 29, 2015
The Social Committee hosted the Easter Egg Hunt and Pancake Breakfast this past Saturday at the Sports Park. Several families participated in the activities as the Egg Hunt portion was sectioned based on age level. A huge thank you to April White and the Social Committee for making this event a great success!
Newly Elected BOD members
March 20, 2015
The Annual and Quarter HOA meeting took place on Wednesday, March 19, 2015. There were three Board of Director positions available and voted on by the homeowners. Please welcome Rev. Kenneth Cluck and Ginger Johnson for the two-year terms and please welcome back Brian O'Mullan to the Board.
March 16, 2015
The Board of Directors recently approved adding a new playground to the Sports Park. This new amenity will be age appropriate for the 2-5 year old children. Please go by and check it out!
New Community Improvement
January 28, 2015
A new community improvement has been approved and installed throughout Wildhorse. There are two dog waste receptacles located along the Walking Trail. The first installment is at Wildhorse Parkway by the bridge overpass and the second at the end of the trail on Stagecoach Bay and Timber Country.
Wildhorse Community Dump Day
January 17, 2015
Wildhorse Community Dump Day took place this Saturday morning at the Sports Park. What started with a few glitches, soon things were underway. We initially ordered two 40-yard containers and Wildhorse delivered. With a line of residents patiently waiting, both containers were filled with large items such as old mattresses, televisions, water heaters and even a jacuzzi. We were fortunate enough to be able to fill up 10 Tiger Sanitation residential dump trucks as well. We do apologize the 12 containers reached capacity before the expected time of the event but thank you Wildhorse for being prepared and doing your part to reduce illegal dumping in the community.
WH Adult Holiday Party
December 6, 2014
Wildhorse residents came out to celebrate the Holidays yesterday evening at Two-Step Restaurant and Cantina. With what ended up as a sold out event, more than a hundred residents came out to meet new neighbors and enjoy the Holiday season. Thank you to all the Wildhorse volunteers who made this event possible. See you all Next Year!
6th Annual Wildhorse Stampede
November 15, 2014
The Recreation Committee hosted their 6th Annual Wildhorse Stampede this morning. More than 130 adults and children signed up for the 5K Walk/Run and the 1K Walk/Run. Pictures of the event are located in the slideshow below. Thank you to Hilda Black and April White for another amazing Wildhorse event for families.
_Proposed VIA 660 Reroute through Wildhorse Update
December 19, 2014
VIA has notified the Board of Directors:
"VIA will not place the detour routing of 660 on Wildhorse Parkway. The detour will remain on the current detour routing, but staff will evaluate the “Shaenfield-1560-Braun” for a possible detour alternative."
Thank you to the residents that attended the meeting - BOD
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