Welcome to West Cave Estates
| Owners in West Cave Estates enjoy the beautiful hill county setting with long vistas in all directions. West Cave Estates is located in a country setting showcased in our beautiful 1 acre entrance park with 60+ trees, bench seating, picnic tables and a large area for you and your kids to enjoy.
We are approximately 7 miles from the Village of Bee Cave to the east, 7 miles from the City of Dripping Springs to the south, and 7 miles to the natural wonder of the area, Hamilton Pool to the west. Hamilton Pool and an adjoining property, Reimer's Ranch, both Travis County Parks, draw a constant stream of visitors to the area. Just west of Hamilton Pool on the west side of the Pedernales River is West Cave Preserve.
The West Cave HOA Board of Directors generally meets the third Tuesday of every month unless there is no business to conduct. Each board member and community member can request agenda items they believe to be of importance and have common interest to the community. The agenda and location of the meeting is posted to the bulletin board at the Park, posted to this website, and email notifications are sent to members who have registered (see below).
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Available NOW! You can make your payments for West Cave Estates Dues online.
Please follow the on the menu item to the left called: "ONLINE PAYMENTS"
A fee will be charged for using this service:
$2.95 per transaction for e-check and debit card transactions
3% of transaction for credit cards
This fee is collected by the credit card processing company and not West Cave Estates HOA or Pioneer Real Estate Services
Local Vendor Database
A new feature of the West Cave Estates website is the Local Vendor database. (See the menu bar to the left, last item on the list) The vendors listed have been recommended by your neighbors. Only those vendors with overall positive recommendations are listed.
This database is listed as a service to owners only. Be sure to get competitive bids for any jobs you are considering. Buyer beware!
If you would like to add a vendor to the list, email email@example.com with the contact information for your vendor.
We want to wish you a great Fourth of July holiday, and remind you to celebrate safely if you plan to use fireworks, but only on property and in areas approved for such use.
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New Water Articles Available
-Muse: Short term water, long term consequences
-Hays County Water Fight Tumbles Into Committee
PEC Board votes in support of groundwater legislation
At its Feb. 17 meeting, the Pedernales Electric Cooperative Board of Directors voted unanimously in support of legislation on groundwater production. The vote is a show of the Board’s stance on this issue, which is an important one for communities within the Co-op’s service area.
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Lakeway MUD Considers Groundwater
The Lakeway Municipal Utility District is considering tapping groundwater to boost their water capacity, but the board has yet to decide if the uncertain reward is worth the high cost.
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MP3 Recording of TCEQ Meeting
Below is the link for the MP3 recording of the formal comment portion of the TCEQ public meeting held on December 15, 2014 to discuss the draft permit for the proposed JPHD, Inc. (Hatchett) wastewater treatment plant.
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