Treemont HOA

Welcome to Treemont's home on the web! Treemont is one of the most desirable, livable and hidden treasures of central living in Austin, TX. Literally minutes from downtown, Lake Austin and Lady Bird Lake, ABIA, and in the acclaimed Eanes ISD, Treemont is quite possibly the best place in Austin to live.

Annual Homeowners Meeting May 6, 2021 in the park

Our Annual meeting for our Homeowners was held Thursday May 6, 2021 in the park and held elections:

Scott Aylor - President (1 yr term)

Nora Edding - share VP/Secretary/Treasurer (2 yr term)

Jim Reinhart - share VP/Secretary/Treasurer (1 yr term)

Please contact our property manager to make sure they have your current information:

Mystre' D Van Horn

email: mystre@beckandco.com

phone: (512) 615-8007 Office

Playscape re-opening during COVID (11/24/2020)

A committee has been formed to handle the safe re-opening of the Treemont Park Playground .

  • If you are interested in using the Treemont playscape, you must contact the committee, and copy our property manager:

Scott Taylor scottaylor83@icloud.com

Andrew Zengilowski andrew@coachcare.com

Mystre' D Van Horn mystre@beckandco.com


  • Details of the policies and procedures: Reopening policies and procedures doc

  • Use of the playground requires signature of the enclosed waiver approved by the Treemont HOA board: Wavier doc

  • Upon signature of the waiver your will be emailed a unique gate entrance code to be used when entering the park. The electronic lock will keep a record of access.

  • Questions should be emailed to the committee chairs:

Scott Taylor scottaylor83@icloud.com

Andrew Zengilowski andrew@coachcare.com


Reminder - no dogs, or pets of any kind, are allowed in the playscape.

Live oak tree trimming ban - Feb1 through Jun30

Oak wilt is an imminent threat to the Treemont HOA and surrounding areas. Trimming oak trees during the critical period of February 1 to June 30 is well known to be one of the major vectors for the spread of this devastating disease. Although the HOA has recommended a voluntary moratorium on trimming during these times, lack of compliance has created dangerous risks that we can no longer overlook.

As a result, effective immediately the HOA’s Board has adopted a mandatory ban on all oak tree trimming between February 1st and June 30th on a recurring annual basis. We take this difficult step with the resolution that one casual mistake endangers thousands of trees in our neighborhood.

If you need tree service during the ban, we have provided a list of approved arborists that can be used. The HOA is confident that these service providers will exercise appropriate judgement and restraint to assure the collective safety of the HOA live oaks. If you have work done by one of these 'whitelisted' arborists, please send an email to hoa@treemont.net to inform us.

whitelisted arborists pdf

Any exception to the ban (except by a 'whitelisted' arborist) must be approved in writing by the Board and will only be considered for critical or emergency care by a certified arborist. All violators are subject to a $500 fine per incident. Each homeowner will receive this notice in writing and signs will be posted around the neighborhood. Thank you for your cooperation in this very important matter.


The Board of Directors Treemont HOA

For more info, check out the Oak Wilt Prevention page!

Austin's Short Term Rental Regulations (STRs)

Austin has regulations for short-term rentals (STR). Please consult their FAQ about their regulations.

https://austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Code_Compliance/STR_FAQ_print.pdf

If you experience problems with STRs, you are advised to contact 311.

Tips for Living with Coyotes

Yes, there are coyotes in this part of Austin. And they have been seen in the Treemont area this year.

Below are a few tips to help protect you from having any unnecessary close encounters with these wild animals. If you see a coyote - don't approach it - call 311 and they'll direct you to the right local agency.

  • Don’t let domestic animals roam; keep them securely enclosed and protected at night (keep cats indoors).

  • Don’t leave animal foods outside.

  • Install motion sensored-lights near buildings to deter undesired wildlife.

  • Walk dogs on leashes, particularly during coyote mating and pupping seasons (Jan/Feb. and April-July).

  • Spay or neuter your dogs. Though uncommon, coyotes are attracted to, and can mate with, unfixed domestic dogs.

  • Secure garbage in sturdy containers with tight fitting lids and store in secure buildings. Take out trash the morning pick up is scheduled, not the previous night.

  • Keep compost in secure, wildlife proof containers.

  • Keep birdseed off the ground; seeds attract rodents which attract coyotes. Remove feeders if coyotes are regularly seen around your yard.

  • Keep barbecue grills clean.

  • Clear away bushes and dense weeds near buildings where coyotes might find cover and critters to feed on.

  • Close off crawl spaces from under decks and around buildings where coyotes may den.

  • If you see a coyote in your yard, “haze” them by making loud noises with pots, pans, air horns, or a water hose.

Contacts

Treemont HOA Board : hoa@treemont.net

Scott Aylor, Nora Edding, Jim Reinhart

Treemont ACC : acc@treemont.net

Margene Beckham, Rhonda Dirvin, John Hand

Management Company : mystre@beckandco.com

Mystre' D. Van Horn

Beck and Company Real Estate Services, Inc.

8403 Shoal Creek Blvd, Suite 100

Austin, TX 78757

(512) 615-8007 Office

(512) 729-3000 Fax