Announcements

CITY PERMITS ARE REQUIRED
When you do work on your property, City of San Antonio work permits and inspections are required.  If you do work without a permit you can expect it to cost big buck$ to either file for the permit and pay a fine or return your property to the previous condition.
GUILBEAU PARK IS A DEED RESTRICTED NEIGHBORHOOD
This means you cannot do whatever you want with your property if it goes against our deed restrictions.  Some of these restrictions are single family homes (no apartments) only or Short Term Rentals (STRs).  No one is allowed to operate a business out of there property that creates additional traffic to the home.  Everyone received a copy of our bylaws and deed restrictions when they purchased their property.  Please review them to preclude any future issues.
NEW MANAGEMENT COMPANY
Lifetime Property Management  210-504-8484
New Board member Positions to the GPOA Board:
Dominick Dina – President
Pam Meissner – Vice President
Mary Vigil – Secretary
Peggy Smith – Member-at-Large
Gabby Huizar – Member-at-Large

SHORT TERM RENTALS (STRs) NOT ALLOWED IN GUILBEAU PARK

The Board of Directors has approved a policy prohibiting Short Term Rentals (STRs) in Guilbeau Park.  They are recognized as commercial operations if less than 30 days (excluding month-to-month lease extensions) and therefore prohibited to operate within the confines of the Association according to the Deed Restrictions of the Association, paragraph 7.17, Prohibited Activities.  This action was taken after the City of San Antonio deemed Short Term Rentals a commercial business operation and requires the payment of Hotel and Motel tax.

POSSIBLE DRUG ACTIVITY IN GUILBEAU PARK

There have been reports of suspicious activity in our neighborhood.  These reports are believed to be drug related.  Some evidence of drug use has been found in the neighborhood.  All residents are asked to call the police non-emergency number to report suspicious activity at (210) 207-7273.

STAY IN TOUCH

 We are on Facebook and also our website, www.GPOA.org, has current information for and about our Association.  You can also send your email to Dominick Dina at dadina@swbell.net and asked to be placed on the email list for the Association.  No SPAM or solicitations – just GPOA related information.  Thanks neighbors!

The 2022 pool schedule is Saturday May 28th for the first weekend.  The following weekend the pool opens for the season.

NEW CITY FINE FOR ILLEGAL COMMERCIAL PARKING IS $500

Prohibited Parking
CHICKENS NOT ALLOWED IN GUILBEAU PARK

The Guilbeau Park Owners Association is a deed restricted neighborhood.  Our restrictions prohibit barnyard animals.  This includes chickens and of course, roosters.

We understand there may be some confusion given the City of San Antonio had just modified their ordinace in regards to chickens.  Their action does not apply to our neighborhood.

There have been several reports of chickens and roosters in our neighborhood.  Members are advised you will be receiving a letter from the Association if you are in violation of our deed restrictions.  Everyone is asked to please comply with our deed restrictions to maintain the property values of our homes.  Thanks neighbors!

BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETINGS

The Board of Directors holds bi-monthly meetings, held on the 1st Thursday and 3rd Tuesday of each month. All meetings are held at the Guilbeau Park Community Center and begin at 7:00 PM. Members are encouraged to attend.     View Map

Special Notice – The Guilbeau Park Board of Directors has approved a Fine Schedule that went into effect July 1, 2017. This means Covenant violations have the potential to cost you monetarily, if not corrected. This will, if not attended to according to the timeline set by the Board, go to the Association lawyers, incur legal fees and may result in placing a lien on your property.

Non-Working Junk Vehicles

Inoperable vehicles should not be parked where they can be seen from the public view. If you receive a notice, you will need to move the vehicle into a garage, or prove that the vehicle starts and runs. If it is time to remove the vehicle, there are a number of non-profits in town that will tow the vehicle at no cost to you You may want to consider Habitat for Humanity’s Cars for Homes Program. Call 1-877-277-4344 or visit CarsforHomes.org.