Welcome to our neighborhood!
We are centrally located in Schertz, TX off of IH-35 on Schertz Parkway. Our active community has over 300 homeowners and features a swimming pool facility and two playscapes. The HOA sponsors annual social events and publishes a quarterly neighborhood newsletter.
There are many ways to become involved in our neighborhood association - attend monthly board meetings, join a committee, help plan a neighborhood party or activity, and share your ideas and concerns with the trustees.
Check out the Community Calendar.
Your assistance in completing and returning this form will help us keep our records current, keep you informed on our email distribution of current events, safety concerns, etc. We are also currently working on updating a new Jonas Woods Directory. This is voluntary and will only be shared with Jonas Woods Homeowners. Please complete this Resident Information form and email to email@example.com
Find Jonas Woods HOA Group on This is a closed limited public content, members can see all content. If you have not already been asked to join, please go to the Facebook link and request to become a member. Before acceptance member requests will be verified as Jonas Woods resident.
Paying Your Dues
The HOA Assessments have arrived in your mail boxes
Find Out More about the payment options that are available for homeowners.
Please find the latest Jonas Woods newsletters here.
February 2016. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit articles for the newsletter or to provide feedback.
Bees in Turtle Park
Posted on April 26th, 2016
Please be advised that there is a Honey Bee hive in the tree next to the mailboxes in Turtle Park. Honey Bees are vegetarian and will not cause harm unless they are bothered in some way. The hive is approximately fifteen feet up the tree and should not be a danger to our residents. Please ensure that your children are aware and that they do not bother the bees in any way. The bees will outgrow their nest and should move on within the next 6-8 weeks. If you notice that the bees are becoming a hazard please notify Spectrum or the board directly. Thank you
Working Board Meeting
Thursday, June 23rd, 6:30 pm at Schertz Public Library - 798 Schertz Pkwy, Schertz, TX 78154
The Jonas Woods Board will be having a Working Board Meeting at the Schertz Public Library Meeting Room. This will be a Working Meeting of the board. Jonas Woods Members may attend, but there will not be a Members Forum for homeowner comments/questions. Homeowner may email the property manager or board of any current issues/questions, or wait until the next Regular Board Meeting.
Board Meeting Agenda Agenda
New Hands Free Ordinance Now In Effect In Schertz
Posted on July 13, 2015 by cmccollough
Schertz, Texas (July 13)- On Tuesday, June 16th, 2015 the Schertz City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting the use of hand-held mobile communication devices and portable electronic devices while operating a motor vehicle by a vote of 3-2.
The new city ordinance is now in effect and signs have been posted at each point in which a state highway, US highway or interstate highway enters the city limits in accordance with state law. The police department will operate under a grace period of 60 days where citizens observed in violation of the ordinance will receive a warning.
The Schertz city ordinance is identical to that of the San Antonio ordinance in scope. The ordinance restricts the use of hand-held mobile communication devices and portable electronic devices to engage in a call, send, read, or write a text message, view pictures or written text, whether transmitted by internet or other electronic means, engage in gaming, or engaging in any other use of the device while operating a motor vehicle. A violation carries a fine up to $200.
The City’s goal is that the citizens will see the benefits of reducing the number of distractions in their vehicle and thereby creating safer roadways for all of us.
Schertz is a premier Texas community, located just northeast of San Antonio, nationally recognized for its family atmosphere, foresight and innovation, and commitment to economic prosperity and workforce opportunities. The City of Schertz serves over 35,000 residents and over 700 businesses in various capacities.
For more information please visit our website at www.schertz.com
ACC Committee - Open Position
The Archetictural Control Committee currently has an open position. Please review the Architecture Control Committee section of the DCCR's and the ACC Committee Charter. If interested please tell us a little about yourself by filling out the Volunteer Form and email to email@example.com. The board will contact you to schedule an interview for the board appointed position.
We are in need of volunteers for all of our committees. If you would like to volunteer for one of our committees, please look at the Committees web pages to learn more about these committees. There is also a committee charter for each of our committees that will also help in determining what is needed or expected. If you are unable to join a committee, but would like to help out with projects, please let us know what skills or type of projects that you would like to volunteer. Volunteering for our committees helps to keep our dues down as well as to foster good neighbors and develop friendships. If you are new to Jonas Woods this will help you get to know your neighbors better.
Tips on how to avoid car break-ins:
- Do not leave valuables in plain view: (GPS devices, lap tops, PDA’s, cell phones, MP3’s, wallets, purses)
- Do not leave windows or sunroof open.
- Do not leave doors unlocked.
- Do not leave keys in the vehicle.
- Do not leave the garage door opener in plain view.
- Do not leave out items with personal information.
- Do not move valuable items to the trunk while in public view.
- Slow Down and use common sense before you leave your car.
Things to do for a better community
- Slow down when driving through the neighborhood, and watch for kids playing (speed limit 20 mph). Stop at stop signs.
- Do not park on the street overnight. Park in your driveway or garage.
- Keep the front and sides of your house clear from clutter!
- Clean up after your dogs.
- Make sure you don't block the sidewalk with your vehicle, lawn equipment, or bikes.
- Come to a home owners association board meeting.
- Neighborhood watch. If you see something suspicious, say something! We have had some break-ins (don't leave your garage door opener in your car outside) and some bikes stolen out of yards.
- Pick up trash, off the street, out of your yard, out of your neighbor's yard, anywhere!
- Follow the HOA regulations.
- Meet your neighbors!