RMRPOA is a group of volunteer directors that manages the administrative and financial affairs of our neighborhood. We have no office or staff, so the best way to contact us is by e-mail, using the "Contacts" link (on the right) on this site.  For urgent issues, you can leave a voice message at (210) 570-9041 and your message will be answered as soon as feasible.  

Our mailing address in 103 Timber View Drive, Boerne, TX 78006, which is the physical location of North Park. Mail sent to that address is delivered to a mailbox at our RMR mailbox facility.

Front Entrance of River Mountain RanchPlease continue to visit this site to find information about POA and Board meetings, activities, contacts, records, and more.  This website will contain information regarding River Mountain Ranch.  There are other mediums of communication used by RMR property owners (i.e. Yahoo groups, Nextdoor, etc.) but this is the only official site. 

RMR POA Board of Directors are often looking for volunteer support to help offset the costs of keeping our community safe and beautiful.  If you are interested in volunteering your time, talents and/or resources, please reach out to members of our board.  Your support is greatly appreciated!  Neighbors helping neighbors.  

UPDATE 03/06/2021 - South Park Repairs complete and open to residents
The South Park Repairs are complete and it is open to the residents as of 03/06/21.  Vehicles can be parked at the end of the newly constructed road, for loading and unloading only, for no more than 20 minutes.

Please join us in acknowledging the time and effort from your Board Members Nick Barsetti and Tom Gonzales in getting these repairs completed.

Update 03/04/2021RMR chickens approved with limitations and all RMR parks are operational again
RMR residents have voted to approve the following with regards to chickens...

Be it resolved that, “To amend CCR Section 3.10 to add an exception allowing for raising and maintaining up to six hens, and no roosters, per property for personal use only. If one or more property(s) from adjacent lots file a written complaint to the Board of Directors about the chickens, the Board of Directors may notify the property owner who will have 30 days to remove the chickens from the property. The Board of Directors has an absolute right to determine if chickens on a particular property are disallowed after a complaint from a property owner."  On behalf of all the residents, the board requests that if you choose to have chickens on your property that you comply with the guidelines as approved.

Additionally, we are delighted to report that the damage from the winter storm has been repaired and all parks are now back on-line. Our deepest gratitude to our fellow resident Garry White for his time and skills to make the repairs. Garry, was a Board member and has continued to support the board on various projects. Garry was able to repair the Spring Creek Gate, the well house, and also the plumbing issues at the North Park saving us all significant expense and time.

Update 02/21/2021Water shut off at all RMR Parks until repaired
Due to extreme weather, we have water leaks in the restrooms at North Park and South Park and possible issues with the well house in the Spring Creek Park. Water will be shut off at all parks till we get a plumber out for repairs.  We will inform RMR property owners once the repairs are completed.  Hope you and all your loved ones are safe and healthy and you have recovered from the weather issues.

Update 02/07/2021RMR South Park will be closed to community access starting Monday, 2/8/2021
Due to next week's forecast of extreme weather, the South Park improvement project scheduled to begin late next week will now begin Monday, February 8th.  Effective Monday, February 8th at 8 am, RMR South Park located at 204 Hoskins Trail will be closed to community access.  The improvement project is expected to last 10 days, barring delays from extreme weather.  It is the goal of your RMR POA Board to have your South Park fully restored and open for community use in time for Spring Break.  We apologize for the inconvenience of the last minute closure, but we want to have this project completed as soon as possible. Thank you for your understanding, and we will see you at the river before long!

Update 11/20/2020RMR Property Owners Approved increase in annual dues from $200 to $275
Dear Residents - This increase will mitigate the on-going depletion of our reserves. POAs are advised to maintain reserves to cover 3 years’ expenses. As of 11/19/20 we are approximately, $135K short of the “3 years’ reserves”. By our estimates, with this increase, we will be able to meet our annual expenses & accumulate the required reserves in the next 5-7 years, barring any emergency.

At the board meeting held on 11/18/20, residents discussed dedicated funding source for dam maintenance under a dedicated “Dam Maintenance Fund”.  Board will solicit total estimate for the recommended repairs and share what we discover at the next POA Meeting on January 2021 (date TBD) at 7 PM at the Spring Creek Park.  

The proposal to allow Chickens is still undecided, we are short 33 votes as of 11/18/20.

Hope you and all your loved ones are healthy and safe – Happy Thanksgiving & have a blessed day
Sincerely, RMR POA Board

Update 9/23/2020 - Election Results & Ballot Updates
The results of the election board are in and we have new RMR POA Board Members.  Click on this LINK to view the announcement, information and status regarding the ballot issues: 1) Increasing annual dues by $75, and 2) Allowing chickens.

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With the continued spread of COVID-19 and following county and state guidelines, the RMR board has decided to close all parks temporarily. We will monitor the situation and re-open as soon as possible.   We are doing everything we can to prevent the spread of this Virus. The Board's focus is on the safety of all residents of RMR and neighboring communities. We appreciate your understanding during these trying times.

Be Safe,

The River Mountain Ranch board of directors

Below are a few helpful state, and local government links regarding notices and orders for our area.

State of Texas Info Texas Executive Orders & Public Health Disaster Declaration:


Kendall County Notices and Orders:


City of Boerne info: