Q: Who picks up loose dogs?

A:  County Animal control: 830-379-1224

 

Q: Where do I retrieve my loose dog?

A: Animals picked up by Animal Control will be taken to one of three facilities:

Seguin Animal Control (830) 401-2335
Seguin Animal Hospital (830) 379-3821
Crossroad Vet (830) 372-4521

 

Q: Who picks up wild animals?

A: Pencilata’s Exotic Pet Home
Debra L. Grudzinski
A Non-profit organization
P.O. Box 1034
Seguin, TX 78156-1034

Phone:( 830) 832-2189
Alternate
(830) 832-6989

Works with exotics, reptiles, and non-domestic orphans; such as raccoons, bobcats, etc. HAS A NO KILL POLICY.

 

Q: Do I need an Improvement Request Form?

A: In most cases, the answer is yes per the Restrictive Covenants of the Las Brisas Subdivisdion.

No building, fence, wall, or other structure shall be erected, placed, commenced or maintained upon any building or lot in the Subdivision controlled by these covenants, nor shall any exterior addition to or change or alternation therein be made to any lot until the plans and specifications showing the nature, kind, shape, heights, materials, color and location of the same shall have been submitted to and approved in writing by the Architectural Committee.

 

Q: How do I obtain an Improvement Request Form?

A: You may download an Improvement Request Form from this site.

 

Q: How do I obtain a copy of the Las Brisas Deed Restrictions?

A: You may download a copy of the deed restrictions from this site.  Visit the phases page to determine which phase you are in, then click on the phase.  For a complete list of all of the By-Laws and covenants please visit the Documents and Forms page.

 

Q: How do I contact The Las Brisas Ladies Lunch Bunch?

A: You may reach them at any one of the following numbers:
(830) 557-6892
(830) 557-9956

 

Q: If I have a complaint – who do I contact?

A: FirstService Residential
D.J. Stricklen, Association Manager
Office: 210-582-6000
Fax: 210-829-5207
E-mail: dj.stricklen@fsresidential.com
OR
Any board member

 

Q: What is the siren sound coming from the lake?

A: Flood warning sirens are placed in various positions around Lake McQueeney. A test is conducted every Saturday at 12 noon to ensure that they are in working order.

Visit http://www.lakemcqueeney.org/ for additional information.

Visit http://water.weather.gov/ahps2/hydrograph.php?wfo=ewx&gage=gbct2
for National Weather Service River Forecast Center.