Sonterra
 
Sonterra Property
Owners Association
19210 Huebner Road
San Antonio, Texas 78258
210-490-9481

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San Antonio Leash Law
The leash laws in San Antonio apply to both dogs and cats! The City of San Antonio Code, which regulates the care and control of animals, has this to say about leashing and controlling pets. “All dogs and cats must be confined to their owner’s property at all times except when on a leash. Animal-care officers have the legal authority to enter unenclosed front yards of private property to impound unrestrained animals.” We continue to receive numerous complaints regarding cats being allowed to run loose and deposit waste and destroy landscaping beds on others’ property. If you or your neighbors need more information on the leash law and what can be done in these instances, please visit www.sanantonio.gov/acs/animcode.asp.
 
Vehicles
In accordance with Sonterra policy, motorized scooters, go-carts, mopeds, all terrain vehicles, electric bicycles, low speed vehicles, or other light electric- or gas-powered vehicles (with the exception of golf carts operated by a licensed driver) are not to be operated on streets within Sonterra.
 
Parties
When a resident is having a party and expects six (6) or more guests, a list of expected guests needs to be provided to the guard house at Stone Oak Parkway and Sonterra Boulevard not later than the day before the scheduled party to facilitate the admission of those guests. If the party is expected to result in 50 or more guests, the resident hosting the party is required to furnish a guard (through Securitas) at the subdivision’s entry to expedite guest entry and direct parking
 
Decals
It has long been Sonterra policy that all residents’ vehicles are to display the Sonterra decals on the front and rear glasses of their vehicles, which allows other residents and security patrol to identify those vehicles as belonging in the area. Citations can be issued resulting in monetary fines if decals are not properly displayed. If you do not have the Sonterra vehicle decals, please contact the management office to obtain such.
 
Trash
The management office is receiving many complaints from residents regarding other residents and/or their yard maintenance crews putting trash at curbside after pick-up has been made, resulting in debris remaining at curbside for as long as four (4) days. The policy regarding trash states that it is not be placed at the curb sooner than the evening prior to the scheduled pick-up. Trash containers must be removed and stored out of sight of the street by 6:00 p.m. on the day of trash pick-up. If trash has not been picked up by 6:00 p.m., the containers may remain at the curb until 9:00 p.m. in the event of the possibility of a late pick-up.
 
Signage
Those residents who continue to display signage, other than a “for sale” or “for lease” sign, will be contacted individually to remove the signage. This includes school spirit signs! Before you consider purchasing additional signs for the upcoming school year, please note that these signs are in violation of the covenants of Sonterra neighborhoods.
 
Towing
Please be advised that on-street parking by residents is prohibited. If you have an emergency or special project that requires short-term, on-street parking, please call the management office at 490-9481, or Sonterra Security at 490-1158 to notify them of the circumstance. Towing of vehicles will be the last resort for violators but may be enforced as needed. Please help us all avoid this action and park your vehicles in your garage or on your driveway.