Governance Documents

The full legal name of the subdivision commonly known as The Enclave is The Enclave at the Villages of Spicewood.

The Enclave Homeowners' Association was originally established by the developer, and all owners of property in the subdivision (i. e. - homeowners) are members of The Enclave Homeowners' Association. Membership in the homeowners' Association is mandatory for all homeowners in The Enclave.

The Enclave Homeowners' Association is a non-profit corporation operating under the following Governance Documents filed in the official records of the Texas Secretary of State and Travis County:

Association Origination Documents:

Articles of Incorporation

Bylaws

Covenants

Landscape Easement


Association Dedicatory Instruments:

Resolution to File Dedicatory Instruments


First Amendment to Bylaws:

The following document was approved by the Board on May 7, 2012, and amends the Bylaws to reduce the requirement for a Quorum at Annual Homeowner Meetings and any Special "General" Membership Meetings to 10% of the association homeowners present at the meeting or represented by proxy, to make it easier to achieve a quorum at such meetings.

First Amendment to Bylaws


Texas Statutory Resolutions Pertaining to this Association:
82nd Texas Legislature Resolutions:

The 82nd Texas Legislature (which convened in 2011) passed a number of new laws which impact Condominium and Homeowner Association Communities.

Many of the new laws require specific resolutions or policies to be adopted by the Board of the association in order to be in compliance with the law. Further, many of the new resolutions and policies needed to be filed in the county records. The Enclave Homeowner Association Board acted to approve and file these as required, and as such these documents became new governance documents for our association.

Eight Resolution Documents were approved by The Enclave HOA Board on August 24, 2011. These Resolutions went into effect on September 1, 2011.

83rd Texas Legislature Resolutions:

The 83rd Texas Legislature (which convened in 2013) passed new laws which impact Condominium and Homeowner Association Communities.

The new laws require specific resolutions or policies to be adopted by the Board of the association in order to be in compliance with the law. Further, the new resolutions and policies needed to be filed in the county records. The Enclave Homeowner Association Board acted to approve and file these as required, and as such these documents became new governance documents for our association.

The following two Resolutions were approved by The Enclave HOA Board on August 28, 2013. These Resolutions went into effect on September 1, 2013.

Amended Flag Display Resolution

Xeriscape Policy Resolution

84th Texas Legislature Resolutions:

The 84th Texas Legislature (which convened in 2015) passed new laws which impact Condominium and Homeowner Association Communities.

The new laws require a specific resolution or policy to be adopted by the Board of the association in order to be in compliance with the law. Further, the new resolution and policy needed to be filed in the county records. The Enclave Homeowner Association Board acted to approve and file this as required, and as such this document became a new governance document for our association.

The following Resolution was approved by The Enclave HOA Board on August 30, 2015. This Resolution went into effect on September 1, 2015.

Generator Policy Resolution


Association Policy Documents:

Policy on Fines for Repeated CCR Violations

Policy on Requesting Approval for Improvement Projects

 

Last Updated on 02/13/2016.