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Welcome to the Saddleridge Property Owner's Website

Saddleridge is a community of 211 multi-acre homesites located in the Texas Hill Country 4 miles south of Wimberley, on the northeast corner of the junction of Ranch Road 12 and Ranch Road 32. As of Fall 2015, 137 homes are either completed or in progress in the subdivision.

For a map showing Saddleridge, click here.

This website has been created for the use of the residents and property owners of Saddleridge. If you are visiting and would like to leave a comment or need additional information, please go to our guest page.

Need to reach the Saddleridge Board of Directors by mail? Can't remember where to send your annual dues assessment payment? You can send mail to:

Saddleridge Homeowner's Association
P.O. Box 924
Wimberley, TX. 78676

Visiting and looking for the Saddleridge Clubhouse? It's at 421 Arrowhead Pass. Take Saddleridge Drive to Canyon Gap Rd, turn right on Canyon Gap, then left on Arrowhead Pass.

Saddleridge Entrance off RR12

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Saddleridge Property Owners 2015 - 2016 Board Election

In accordance with the Saddleridge Property Owners’ Association Bylaws, the Annual Business Meeting and Election of the SPOA Board of Directors was held at 10:00 AM on Saturday, October 31, 2015 at the Saddleridge Clubhouse; 421 Arrowhead Pass. The election was for four (4) SPOA Board of Directors positions. Newly elected Board Members elected for the period November 1, 2015 until October 31, 2016 are:

  • President - Dr. Bob Pyle
  • Vice President - Richard "Rick" Allen
  • Treasurer - Steve Amos
  • Secretary - George Graham

Thank you to all who voted, and congratulations to the new Saddleridge Board!


Firewise Communities USA

In 2004, Saddleridge became a member of the Firewise Communities USA. The Firewise Communities approach emphasizes community responsibility for planning in the design of a safe community as well as effective emergency response, and individual responsibility for safer home construction and design, landscaping, and maintenance.

Over the past few years we have worked with Jan Fulkerson of the Texas Forest Service to encourage effective fire safety practices within Saddleridge. Jan has attended and spoken at Saddleridge Board meetings and Neighborhood Night Out meetings, as well as worked with individual property owners to review and recommend specific changes to improve fire safety.

The Firewise website (www.firewise.org) has considerable information regarding fire safety and personal improvements that can be made. There are regular newsletters published on the website, and there's a page on the efforts undertaken by Saddleridge residents (www.firewise.org/usa/saddle_ridge.htm). Take a look at the information available on their website when you get a chance.
Planning to burn cuttings or debris any time soon? Need to know what the burn requirements are, or who to call when you're planning to burn? Take a look at the Wimberley Volunteer Fire Department Website for more information about burn requirements.

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