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Welcome to Redbird Ranch HOA!
Redbird Ranch HOA is nestled in the heart of San Antonio, outside of 1604 W and Potranco and has all of the convenience of the big city in a comfortable country setting. With homes ranging in size from around 1400 square feet to over 3000, we have something for everyone. Just minutes to schools, entertainment, and major highways. Even as Redbird Ranch HOA pays tribute to the past, the community offers an impressive list of amenities for the whole family including a top notch recreational center with exercise room, dining room, meeting room, lap pool, and large childrens' pool. Also included are sport courts, playground, and extensive trail system.

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Saturday February 20, 2016 8:30 AM-9:30 AM
Repeats: Every 1 week(s): Saturday
Location: Tennis Courts


Wednesday February 24, 2016 7:00 PM-8:00 PM
Repeats: Every 1 week(s): Wednesday


Monday February 22, 2016 7:00 PM-8:00 PM
Repeats: Every 1 week(s): Monday
Location: Tennis Courts

Car Burglery Info

Some interesting info for possible vehicle burglaries and how they occur when no damage to the vehicle is found.



Welcome to your community website. We hope you find it helpful and convenient. Your Community Association Manager is Misti Jacobs. For any questions or comments, you may contact her Assistant, Carol Arreaga at carol.arreaga@associa.us .    

Assistant's Phone: (210) 471-2439
Office Fax: (210) 545-1940

Tranquility Pond

The tranquility pond on Redbird Circle will be up and running tomorrow, September 4th. Although there are 'No Swimming' signs posted, we still find that people swim, wade or place their legs in the pond. As tempting as it is, it is imperative that people refrain from these actions. It takes large amount of chemicals to keep the pond clean and there is a possibility of suffering a chemical burn should you enter the pond. Please keep yourself and your children safe by enjoying the beauty of the pond by sight and not by touch. Have a wonderful holiday weekend!

Important Notice to Residents

Please be aware that many neighborhoods in San Antonio, including our own, are experiencing an increase in crime, to include vandalism and car break-ins. Please take every precaution to limit the chances of being a victim by locking your cars, making sure nothing of value is visible in your car, securing your doors (to include garage doors) and leaving on your back and front porch lights. If you see something suspicious ... no matter how small ... please call the Bexar County Non-Emergency Number at 210-335-6000 or Medina County Non-Emergency Number at 830-741-6150. If it's a life-threatening crime, you can also call 911.

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Gate Department
For assistance with pool cards or entry gate, please contact our gate department at ahcgates@associa.us or 471-2413 (Liz Engelken) or 471-2407 (Anthony Rodriguez).

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