Welcome to the Sonterra HOA

Sonterra West is a 1,400-acre development, adjacent to the City of Jarrell, combining residential and commercial into one master planned community. There are currently over 8,000 residents in Sonterra alone, over 15,000 residents in Jarrell ISD and well over 45,000 within a 10-mile radius of Sonterra. Sonterra West was ranked 9th fastest growing masterplan community in the USA. Sonterra West is located in Williamson County and part of Austin's MSA. Our local market area pulls traffic from Salado, Georgetown, Florence, Weir and many of the other surrounding communities. We have over 68,000 cars pass through our community daily.

Sonterra currently has over 2,800 LUEs (Living Unit Equivalent) on the ground with the capability of having well over 6,000 when completed.

In 2019 we added over 600 new homes, and 1,200 lots to builders.

Sonterra West is near completion (4Q 2019) of our major water line project, that will guarantee our access to water for decades.

Sonterra is home to several nationally recognized home builders, including DR Horton, Lennar, Centex, KB Homes, Starlight, LGI and Century Communities, as well as several national retailers.

Highlights
  • 300+ unit apartment complex completed.
  • Williamson County ESD #5, a 24-hour manned EMS station.
  • Construction of the new Ronald Reagan bridge at CR 311 is under way.
  • Completion of the new bridge at CR 305.
  • New on and off ramps are under construction and should be completed shortly.
  • JISD IGO Elementary school is finished and is already near capacity.
  • New sidewalks connecting the club house/pool to all of the commercial and our newly opened County Library.


Please send all Non-water, Waste water or common areas questions for Sonterra MUD district (including Coolwater) to admin@sonterramud.org

Director of Sonterra MUD Parks and Recreation Parksandrec@sonterramud.org

Please send all Water and Wastewater for Sonterra MUD district (including Coolwater) to customerservice@crossroadsus.com

Questions regarding your utility bills for Sonterra MUD district (including Coolwater) should be directed to Crossroads Utility Services to customerservice@crossroadsus.com


Below is a quick reference which shows the responsible party and who you need to contact for answers. To contact the Sonterra MUD use admin@sonterramud.org or parks@sonterramud.org.

Who Does What?

Responsibility

Sonterra MUD

Your HOA

Anything related to the POOL

YES

Anything related to the PARKS

YES

TREES (except trees on your property)

YES

Hiring LIFEGUARDS

YES

Anything related to the Common/Detention Areas

YES

OPENS or CLOSES the Pool

YES

Who collects monthly Park/Rec fees

YES

Raises/Lowers the Parks and Rec Fee

YES

Enforces the HOA CCRs

YES

What if I live in Condo 1 or 2?

Responsibility: Everything above and...

Sonterra MUD

Your COA

Can you tow my vehicle?

YES

YES

Collects COA Assessments?

YES

*Increase our monthly assessment?

NO

NO

*YOUR CONDO BOARDS DO THIS (not the MUD or the HOA boards).

To contact the Sonterra HOA use admin@sonterrahoa.org, and if you live in Condo 1 or 2 use admin@louieone.com

REPEAT POSITIVE WEST NILE VIRUS MOSQUITO TRAP SAMPLE REPORTED
Ground Spraying Planned for City of Jarrell

June 23, 2023 – A sample of mosquitoes collected in the Sonterra Community of Jarrell, TX has again tested positive for West Nile virus. This is the second time this trap location has tested positive for West Nile Virus in the past 10 days. This testing is part of Williamson County and Cities Health District’s (WCCHD) Integrated Vector Management program, which through surveillance, control, prevention, and education, aims to prevent human infection of mosquito-borne diseases. The positive test was indicated in lab results received on June 23 from the Texas Department of State Health Services lab in Austin. This is the third reported West Nile virus-positive trap of the 2023 season in Williamson County. Considering the upcoming holiday and increased outdoor activities, especially at dusk when the Culex mosquito is most active, the Sonterra Municipal Utility District has coordinated truck-mounted spraying. The spray operations will occur in an approximately 1-mile vicinity of the positive sample on the evenings of Sun. Jun. 25 and Mon. Jun. 26, weather permitting. Although the mosquito control product poses no significant health risk, if possible, people and pets may want to stay indoors during spraying. There was one human case of West Nile virus reported in Williamson County in 2022.

Symptoms of West Nile virus infection may include fever, headache, and body aches, a skin rash on the trunk of the body, and swollen lymph nodes. Those age 50 and older and/or with compromised immune systems are at a higher risk for severe symptoms, which may include stiffness, disorientation, coma, tremors, vision loss, paralysis, and in rare cases, death. What you can do:

Eliminating places where mosquitoes can breed and reducing the chances of mosquito bites are the most effective lines of defense against exposure to West Nile Virus. As part of its Fight the Bite campaign the Health District recommends the 3 Ds of mosquito safety:
  • 1. Drain standing water in flowerpots, pet dishes, or clogged gutters so mosquitoes don’t have a place to breed and treat water that can’t be drained,
  • 2. Defend by using an EPA-registered insect repellent, and
  • 3. Dress in long sleeves and pants when outdoors, especially at dawn and dusk.

For more information, go to the WCCHD website at www.wcchd.org or visit the Texas Department of State Health Services West Nile website at txwestnile.org.
Latest Newsletter

Letter to new Homeowners


Sonterra West HOA has updated, amended and filed restrictions and covenants. It is your responsibility as the homeowner to familiarize yourself with the newly formatted, amended, filed restrictions and covenants. It is our hope that you find these documents easier to understand.


The Sonterra HOA strictly enforces the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Please read the new fireworks enforcement letter and the Sonterra HOA First Supplement to Sonterra West Master Community Manual


Every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided on this site is accurate. This information is provided for your convenience only and does not override any part of the official records and documents of the Association.

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