POA Documents

IMG_7725The activities of Morgan Creek Village Property Owner’s Association are guided by a set of covenants and bylaws. The documents below explain how the organization should be governed, the role of the Executive Board and Board of Trustee officers, as well as guidelines for construction, and several more important rules and regulations in the POA community. Contact POA President Don Morris at jdonmo@gmail.com or POA Treasurer Lindsey Mohan Hawkins at lindseymohan@gmail.com if you have questions about the covenants or bylaws.

Important things to remember:

  • Boat ramp park is for use by POA members only. No renters or contractors are allowed. If a contractor needs access to the boat ramp park, seek approval from POA president and meet the contractor at the gate to give access. Do not give out the code, please.
  • Domestic animals must be on private property or under control of owners. ‘Under control’ means physically contained by a fence, rope, leash and/or other means including invisible fences or shock collars. Call the Burnet County Sheriff’s Dept (512) 756-8080 and speak with the sheriff deputy assigned to animal control for more information and read the Burnet County Animal Control.
  • Speed limit is 25 mph in the community. Please drive like your children and grandchildren live here.
  • Any new construction or remodeling must be approved by the ACC prior to beginning the project.

MCVPOA Bylaws: MCVPOA Bylaws Passed June 2013

MCVPOA Covenants: MCV – Covenants-Conditions-Restrictions

Board, Trustees, Committees: 2021-2022 Officer and Committee Contact

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