How fantastic for our neighborhood to be featured in an article in the Austin American Statesman! To view the article, http://www.statesman.com/news/lifestyles/on-the-banks-of-block-house-creek/nWTkw/. To view the photo gallery in its entirety, http://www.statesman.com/gallery/lifestyles/food-cooking/real-neighborhood-block-house-creek/g7qk/#3090875. Enjoy! And many thanks to all who assisted Statesman writer Michael Barnes in creating and publishing such a fantastic overview of our fantastic neighborhood!

Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) has announced the opening of the 183A Shared Use Path. Walkers, joggers and cyclists can now get from Leander to Cedar Park and points beyond thanks to the opening of the second phase of the 183A Shared Use Path. The $3.1 million, five mile project extends along the west …

  Medical records, receipts, coupons, articles, and magazines. Paper has a way of piling up into insidious piles just minutes after you’ve sorted and filed everything away. It’s maddening, and it never seems to end. Sounds familiar, right? Heather Levin has coached many clients through serious paper purges, and helped them transition to paperless households. …

It is with great pride that your Association’s Board of Directors announces to members that during the Community Associations Institute’s (CAI) December 7, 2012 Awards Event, BHC OA was named winner in three categories: Community of the Year, Community Spirit, and Communication Innovation! The Community Awards Program is designed to reward outstanding performance by common-interest …

A Neighborhood Watch program is a valuable protection resource. A Neighborhood Watch operates under two principles: Neighbors getting to know and watch out for each other, and Neighbors watching out for each others property as though it were their own. The participants make their neighborhood a safer place to live by adopting a more observant …

In the past month, conversation has been held with a number of residents alerting your Association to ongoing problems with barking dogs. We all love our pets but our neighbors don’t always love them. If your dog is barking, it is bothering more than one neighbor. It may be keeping your neighbor up, you know, …

Your Harvest Fest organizers are proud to announce that thanks to your contributions, 124 pounds of canned food and $99 in cash were donated during the event. The cash went to the purchase of nine turkeys for needy families. Both the canned goods and the turkeys were taken to the Hill Country Ministries Food Bank. …

A big round of applause to former Association Board President Ursula Logan who was recently recognized by the CAI’s Center for Community Association Volunteers in its’ September/October on-line newsletter m:nute! The article, entitled “Minutes: A Can-Do Attitude”, highlights Ursula’s accomplishments on behalf of Association members as well as all residents of Block House Creek. Provided …