elcome to the Northcliffe subdivision in Schertz, Texas. Established in 1976, Northcliffe is a community of approximately 700 homes located 20 miles north of San Antonio. Our community features a beautiful City of Schertz park and pool, a community center annex, and an 18 hole public golf course.
Northcliffe is a “Deed Restricted” community. As a resident, you are automatically subject to the Covenants and Deed Restrictions that are filed with the Counties of Guadalupe and Comal. The HOA is totally supported by dues from our residents. Dues are $25 annually. Click here for the Association Dues form. More information on Dues and Deed Restrictions is available in the "Phone Numbers & Links" section.
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The next Northcliffe Home Owners Association Community Meeting will be held at the Northcliffe Golf Course Club House on April 19th, 2017 at 7:00PM.
Come and meet Dave Roberts. He will be talking about the future of the
Northcliffe Golf Course.
There was a daytime burglary on Columbia Dr on 08/25/2016. The occupants were only gone for about 1.5 hours. Please make sure your doors and windows are locked. Report any suspicious activity or anything out of the norm to the police. Watch out for yourselves and your neighbors.
"Movie in the Park"
Date to be Determined
If any HOA member needs help cutting their lawn, please contact one of the HOA board members for assistance.
Northcliffe HOA is now accepting 2017 Dues. Instead of mailing your dues, you can call Bill Edmonds @ 210-376-0979 to pick them up.
Community volunteers are still needed to fill vacancies on the HOA board. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Bill Edmonds @ 210-376-0979 for additional information.
The first and last Friday's of each month, the Schertz city street sweeper cleans the streets in the front of Northcliffe. Residents are asked to move their vehicles to their driveways, so their street can be cleaned.