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 voluntary dues from our residents. Dues are only $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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Northcliffe HOA is now accepting 2014 Dues
Northcliffe Community HOA Meeting
Northcliffe Country Club
Tuesday, January 7, 2014 @ 7 PM
Community volunteers are needed to fill vacancies on the HOA board. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
or call Reed Carr @ 830-626 3710 for additional information.
Reed Carr has obtained a copy of the Deed Restrictions from Guadalupe County. Copies can be obtained from Reed at a cost of $1 a copy. Contact Reed Carr for more details.
I-35 improvements from Judson to 3009 to run until April, 2014
The front section of Northcliffe has been experiencing numerous burglaries & break-ins.
We recommend all residents install double dead bolt locks to thwart these break ins.
If any widows or older singles would like assistance in changing their locks, call Reed Carr @ 830-626-3710.
If you experience a break-in, call Schertz police first, then notify Reed Carr or another member of the board.
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.
Last Update December 31, 2013