Registration promotes two-way communication between neighborhoods and the City. Information on file with the City:
The Unified Development Code (Section 35-408) requires certain information. Additionally, other information helps us connect residents or staff with the association.
The information is published online and you can view it on the MuniCode website. Other information may be made public through an Open Records Request.
If you have any questions, contact Neighborhood Engagement staff.
Keep in mind that attorney fees vary and you should contact multiple attorneys.
You should also consider free mediation through the Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center. Texas Rio Grande Legal Aid is a nonprofit that provides free legal services in over 30 areas to residents who qualify.
The City will notify associations of public hearings within 200 feet of the neighborhood boundary.
This notification is mailed to the point of contact on file, who is must handle information distribution. Notices are not sent to every individual property owner in the neighborhood association.
Please review the registry to ensure that your association's point of contact's information is correct. If you need to update the information, submit an update form through our website.
No city or state agency regulates home or property owners’ associations. The office of the Secretary of State does not have the authority to investigate or regulate internal activities of home or property owners’ associations.
The City of San Antonio does not have authority to regulate or enforce an association’s bylaws. The City also does not have authority to enforce arrangements with a management company.
Refer to the Texas Residential Property Owners Protection Act, Chapter 209 of the Texas Property Code.
Refer to the Uniform Condominium Act, Chapter 82 of the Texas Property Code.
Yes. But, under the Texas Business Organization Code, they must disclose e-mails upon request.
State law, then city ordinances, then CC&Rs, in that order.
Members may choose to seek free mediation through the Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center. They may also elect new board members, or hire a private attorney to take legal action.
The City will address complaints if they are violating any ordinances. You can report noise complaints to the SAPD non-emergency line, 210-207-7273.
You can report a vehicle complaint by calling 3-1-1.