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Elm Creek Elm Creek
Welcome to Elm Creek, the first gated residential community in San Antonio.  Elm Creek is unique with its vast common green space, natural walking trails, and the preservation of its origin as a hill country setting in the midst of the seventh largest city in the nation. The drive along the mile long main boulevard, where neighbors out walking wave to one another and to cars passing by, gives one a feeling of "coming home."
Elm Creek was developed by some of San Antonio's premier custom homebuilders to include everything from maintenance free townhomes to estate sized home sites of at least one acre. Homes appeal to individuals and families in all stages of life.  Architectural designs and styles are varied to complement the natural setting that gives Elm Creek its charm.
As a convenience to our residents with homes for sale and to allow prospective buyers to view homes without a realtor escort, Elm Creek holds monthly Realtor Open Houses which typically run from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. on the second Sunday of each month. Open House dates are listed on the Homes for Sale page.
~ Helpful Information ~
Vehicle Tag Renewal Forms, along with a $30.00 fee per tag, are due March 1, 2015.  All residents are required to submit a completed form with current vehicle information.  To access the form online, please log-in and use the link provided in the adjacent Neighborhood News section.
In addition, everyone must update their Permanent Visitor List.  For information on how to print your list from the website, please log-in and follow the link provided in the adjacent Neighborhood News section.
Lockhill Selma Protected Left Turn
Elm Creek’s efforts to obtain a turn signal on Lockhill Selma into the neighborhood have generated no interest from the city’s Transportation and Capital Improvement Department.  We hope letters to Councilman Ron Nirenberg from his constituents can produce a favorable result.

Attached is a copy of a letter we have drafted.  Please take the time to print, sign and mail it to Mr. Niremberg at the address on the letter. If you prefer to send this letter by email, his city council address is district8@sanantonio.gov

Elm Creek Board of Directors

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