Please suspend ALL deer feeders until further notice. Hog sightings and associated damage increase significantly starting in September. Four of our Peninsula residents have already experienced hog damage. We expect the situation to get worse as fall approaches. Utilization of deer feeders only encourages these pesky critters and invites them to feast on your property as well as your neighbors’ property. Please respect your neighbors and refrain from operating your deer feeders. If you see a Feral Hog, call WILD HOTLINE 830-542-WILD (9453). Please report any damage, number and size of hogs and time of sighting. See POA Members Only page for recent hog sightings.
Click here to learn about New Cell Phone Access and other Gate Features implemented Dec. 2017, including security cameras and the ability to use your cell phone to control gate.
Click here for the link to the Comal County Fire Marshal for BURN BAN status.
Messages from Neighborhood Watch:
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 (210-535-7623) offers the same service. Both services are free to the community.
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.
FSR Connect is for the use of the Board, not a tool for residents. Please use www.peninsulapoa.com as your primary resource.