The Treemont subdivision has 130 single-family homes.
Treemont development began in 1984. A second phase commenced in 1996.
Treemont is part of Eanes ISD (Westlake High School).
Treemont is part of the City of Austin.
No. The Village at Treemont is part of the City of Rollingwood.
The HOA is a nonprofit corporation that was formed to administer the common affairs of the owners of Treemont property. This includes overseeing the upkeep, improvement and administration of all common areas, such as Treemont Park, pursuing activities that promote the health and safety of the community, and ensuring members adhere to their shared responsibilities.
CAM (Community Association Management) currently serves as the Treemont HOA management company. They oversee the daily operation of the HOA. Their duties include but are not limited to: managing and paying our vendors, filing all our regulatory responsibilities, facilitating committees including ACC, maintaining our IT infrastructure and website. If you have a question don’t hesitate to ask as they are paid to help serve the needs of our homeowners.
There are currently no monthly fees. The HOA is generally funded by one-time assessments that are collected when a home is sold. The assessment is 1% of the total sales price. More detail can be found in the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions.
The Treemont HOA holds an annual meeting each year, usually in April or May.
Treemont HOA officer elections are held once a year, around the time of the annual meeting. Becoming a board member is a great way to get to know members of our community and help drive improvements in our community.
Treemont Park is a private area reserved for homeowners and their guests. If you would like to have a special event (e.g. birthday party) or regular gathering (e.g., sports practice) in the park, please contact the management company to let them know your plans.
In order to prevent the onset and spread of oak wilt, please remember that oak trees should not be pruned from February 1 to June 30 unless there is an urgent need and you use a certified professional arborist. The HOA has a recommended list of arborists. If you’d like to learn more about the topic, the Oak Wilt Information Partnership has an informative FAQ page. Thank you for your care for our community.
Celebratory signs (kids awards, team recognition, etc.) are allowed to be posted for up to a maximum of 4 weeks. Per state law, political campaign signs are permitted up to 90 days before and up to 10 days after an election. All other signs, including vendor-related ones, are prohibited.
Yes, Treemont’s Bylaws specifically allow short and long-term home rentals. Homeowners are responsible for their guests and tenants abiding by rules of the HOA. In the event of a situation where a homeowner or guest violates HOA rules (noise, after hours, etc.) we recommend calling 311 to work to have the situation resolved and filing a complaint with our management company for review by the Board of Directors.
The role of the ACC is to evaluate applications for proposed improvements or changes to a Treemont home and to verify the proposal complies with the Treemont Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs) and that the appearance of the improvements or changes would be consistent with the beauty and attractiveness of the community.
The ACC Application and Neighbor Questionnaire in the Documents & Forms tab or on the Homeowners Portal. More about the ACC and community guidelines can be found in the Treemont Homeowner Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions.
Homeowners planning to make any alterations to the exterior of their property or any interior alterations which are visible from the exterior need to submit an application. Examples include but are not limited to 1. roofing, fences, pools, painting, lighting, mailbox, windows/doors and landscape and 2. Dumpsters, port-a-potty or temporary construction fencing.
1. Homeowners should complete the ACC Application, which includes a checklist to guide you through the process.
2. Homeowners should review their project with adjacent neighbors and provide them with the Treemont ACC Neighbor Questionnaire document for submission.
3. Project retainer fees, specific to project type, are outlined on the ACC Application.
4. Once application and neighbor forms are received by the ACC committee, they will be verifying proposed improvements or changes will comply with the Treemont CC&Rs. The ACC committee may reach out for additional information.
5. Official approval will be sent from CAM, Treemont management company, to the Homeowner
Usually within 30 days.
Start with neighbors on either side, across the street and behind your home. Depending on the type of project being submitted, not all may be impacted and require the questionnaire. An example might be landscaping in the front of your home would have no impact on a neighbor behind you but a roofing project would.
If there is an opportunity to alleviate a neighbor’s concern prior to the application submission, that is your best course of action. The ACC’s role is to review all feedback against the Treemont CC&Rs.
No, homeowners are responsible for researching and obtaining all necessary permits.
Alterations to a plan previously approved by ACC must be re-submitted for approval.
The homeowner should notify the ACC through CAM, our HOA management company. Then the ACC will inspect the project to confirm compliance with the approved application and provide notice of completion to the management company. The balance of any project retainer will be returned to the homeowner within 30 days.
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This type of sign is not allowed. You can post your City permit in a visible location.
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