To the Sunset Canyon Landowners Association's official site.
Our neighborhood of 700+ single-family homes is well-placed
between Dripping Springs and Austin, just off US Hwy 290.
Nestled amongst oaks, creeks and limestone bluffs, it truly
is the gateway to the Hill Country.
The Dripping Springs area is renowned for friendly residents,
excellent schools, gorgeous scenery, ranching, artisans and award-winning wineries, micro-breweries and distilleries.
What better introduction to the Texas Hill Country.
Since June, 2018 the representatives from Sunset Canyon have been working with the DS City Council, the HW Developer and Pct 4 Commissioner on the Road Connectivity Agreement. There are more details in upcoming Sunset Canyon Call Newsletters. You can email the SCLA rep Paul Wiljanen at email@example.com or Kindal Baker (Community rep for non-SCLA members) at firstname.lastname@example.org with comments and concerns.
Access will be ‘emergency access only’ for now as approved by the DS City Council Mar 13, 2018
Fast breaking news will be posted on the NextDoor app and Sunset Canyon Google Group. Links to join these groups can be found in the left navigation pane.
SCLA Annual Meeting January 28, 2019
Synopsis of the Meeting:
Thanks to the following:
Constable Ron Hood
County Commissioner Walt Smith annd former Commissioner Ray Whisenant
Sheriff Gary Cutler
Justice of the Peace John Burns
SCLA BOARD CANDIDATES: (all were elected for the upcoming year)
President Steve Gallun
Vice-President Randy Foster
Secretary Becky Gallun
Treasurer Joan Thomas
Director – A Peggy Grambo
Director – B Sarah Wigfield
Director – C Sandy Hale
Director – D Lynn Dawson
Director – E Paul Wiljanen
BUSINESS REQUIRING A VOTE OF MEMBERS: