Welcome to Hunters Creek
Conveniently located in North Central San Antonio, Hunters Creek is a community of 611 single family homes. It is situated between Wurzbach Road and Huebner Road, with the main entrance off Lockhill-Selma. The first homes in Hunters Creek were built in the late 1970s, and most original construction was completed by 1990. Children from Hunters Creek attend Oak Meadow Elementary, Jackson Middle and Winston Churchill High School in the North East Independent School District. Nearby San Antonio Parks and Recreation facilities include Phil Hardberger Park and both Salado Creek and Leon Creek Greenways.
Neighborhood amenities include nearby walking/nature trails and a voluntary Hunters Creek Community Center. Membership is available in the Hunters Creek Community Center for an annual fee of only $175 per home and provides access to lighted tennis courts and a large competition-size swimming pool with a nearby wading pool. A spacious and attractive clubhouse, with a working fireplace and a full-sized kitchen, is the site of many neighborhood activities and is also available to rent for private parties. In addition, the Club area contains a recently-refurbished playground for neighborhood children.
The Hunters Creek Neighborhood Association is a voluntary organization with an elected Board of Directors. The Board meets monthly in open meetings at the Clubhouse. Board members, elected at an annual neighborhood meeting in April, donate their time and expertise for the benefit of the Hunters Creek Neighborhood. Annual voluntary membership fees of $60 per home are used to provide funding for security patrols, landscape maintenance, utilities for the islands, notice signs for neighborhood entrances, new resident packets, resident directories, donations to local school programs, and other activities related to the safety and attractiveness of Hunters Creek. The association also works with our neighbors, Hunters Creek North, and the Northside Neighborhoods for Organized Development to address issues that affect subdivisions in our area.
A number of special interest groups (including a bridge group, a bunko group, a book club, a garden club, a parents club and a dinner club) are active within the neighborhood.
Hunters Creek is a lovely subdivision in large part because of its many old oak trees. Oak Wilt that can kill oak trees is a serious problem throughout central Texas. The Hunters Creek Neighborhood Association and individual residents are taking an aggressive stand to keep this disease from entering our subdivision. Please review the Oak Wilt document to obtain more information about this potential threat to our trees and to find out how you can help.
Click here for the 2012 - 2013 combined Hunters Creek Neighborhood Association and Hunters Creek Community Center membership invoice
Hunters Creek Neighborhood Association
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