The Neighborhood Watch committee (NHW) operates under two guiding principles: 1) neighbors getting to know each other and 2) neighbors watching out for each other’s property as though it was their own.
NHW helps to create an identity within the neighborhood which, in turn, fosters a sense of pride and belonging for the participants. We work closely with the larger Mystic Shores NHW committee, attending occasional meetings, receiving “blasts” affecting the security of our community and participating in the Neighborhood Night Out, held each October at the Lake Park Pavilion.
Messages from Neighborhood Watch:
To obtain a Mystic Shores car sticker please contact Mystic Shores property management company, Diamond Management. For additional or replacement decals at a cost of $5 each, contact them at (210) 561-0606, or go by their office at 14603 Huebner Road, Building 40, San Antonio, Texas 78230.
Free “Patrol” Services Available to Community. Comal County Sheriff’s Office offers an “Extra Patrol Request Program” whereby the Sheriff’s Deputies will monitor your home while you are away. To initiate the “Patrol”, simply call Sheriff’s Dispatch at 830-620-3400 to make the request. McKinley Security at 210-535-7623 offers the same service. Both services are free to the community.
Call WILD HOTLINE to Report Feral Hogs in The Peninsula. There have been three (3) feral hog sightings in The Peninsula over the past two weeks. If you see a feral hog, please report the sighting to the WILD HOTLINE 830-542-WILD (9453). Please report any damage, number and size of hogs and time of sighting. This information will be extremely helpful in sizing the proper trap and identifying any particular hog movement pattern used in determining trap location.
Report Suspicious Vehicles/Unsafe Situation to McKinley Security. If any resident sees a suspicious vehicle or a vehicle and/or trailer parked in an unsafe manner, please call McKinley Security at 210-535-7623 to report the situation.
Celebrate the 4th of July Holiday with Awareness and Caution. Be extremely careful when discharging fireworks. Please be aware of their potential flight path and avoid landing on your neighbors’ property, developed or undeveloped. ALWAYS BE AWARE OF FIRE DANGER. Have a safe holiday.
Click here for minutes of a meeting of the NHW, held on November 15, 2015.
We strive to have at least two block captains for each of the four units within The Peninsula. Don’t know what unit your property is in? Click here for a map. See POA Members Only page for block captains.
New to the Peninsula and added to the NHW committee are The Peninsula’s “Gate Keepers” – group of residents that have taken a class and have had their smart phones programmed to monitor the workings of our front gates. Each person monitors the gate for two non-consecutive weeks per year.
We work closely with the security service for Mystic Shores and our local law enforcement personnel for Comal County.
An informative NHW packet is distributed to each new resident of The Peninsula.
Click here for the charter of the NHW Committee by the Board of Directors of The Peninsula.