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CLICK HERE to view the Pool Rules revised - June 17, 2021!

CLICK HERE to view the Sports Park Rules revised - August, 2021!

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VEHICLE BURGLARIES DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

This holiday season is already looking like it could be a cold one, so it may be wise to pack a blanket, which can also provide a great cover for gifts when you aren’t able to get home quickly with your purchases. Another tip that’s often overlooked: keep your cell phone cords and other device accessories out of sight. Burglars are willing to break a window or try a door when they see a cord because there’s a chance that a device will be in the vehicle.

Park in Well-Lighted Areas or Attended Lots.
Car thieves and burglars use the cover of night to avoid witnesses and detection. The same goes for unattended parking lots. If you have to do your shopping after the sun goes down, be sure to park in a well-lighted area. Be aware of your surroundings. If you’re alone and it’s late, consider asking the store security to accompany you to your parked vehicle.

Don’t Leave Personal Documents in your Car.
A car burglar may take your sensitive information to commit identity fraud. Instead of keeping this in the glove compartment of your vehicle, keep it in your wallet or purse.

Never Leave your Car Running while Unattended, Even if you’ll Only be Gone for a Minute.
Vehicles are commonly stolen at convenience stores, gas stations, ATMs, etc. Many vehicles are also stolen on cold mornings when they are left unattended to warm up. Leaving your key in an unattended motor vehicle is a crime in Texas.

Lock your Vehicle.
While it’s the most obvious bit of advice, reports from BCSO Criminal Investigations Division investigators indicate that far too many motorists are forgetting to lock their vehicles. In some areas, investigators report that around half of burglaries and thefts are directly attributed to unlocked vehicles.

As always, if you have an emergency or witness any criminal activity call the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office at 911 or for non emergencies 210.335.6000

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OFFICE ADDRESS:

12395 Military Drive West
San Antonio, TX 78253
Phone: 210-679-8761
Fax: 210-679-0040

AFTER-HOUR EMERGENCY CONTACT NUMBER:

210-494-0659.

FIRE AND LIFE EMERGENCY:

Call 911 first then the after-hours Emergency Contact Number.

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OFFICE HOURS & HOLIDAY SCHEDULE

Regular Business Hours:
Monday thru Friday (9 am till 6 pm)
Closed For Monthly Training And Development :
Every Third Friday- From 11:00 am- 12:00 pm
Saturdays Quarterly Business Hours:
(January 13, April 13, July 13, and October 12 (9 am till 1 pm))  
Holiday Schedule:- 
New Year’s Day- January 1, 2024
Good Friday- March 29, 2024
Memorial Day- May-27, 2024
Independence Day- July 4, 2024
Labor Day-September 2, 2024
Thanksgiving Day- November 28, 2024
Thanksgiving Friday- November 29, 2024
Christmas Eve- December 24, 2024
Christmas Day- December 25, 2024

SPORTS PARK HOURS

DAILY: 8:00 am till 10:00 pm

UPCOMING EVENTS

Feb
26
Mon
2024
6:00 pm Board of Directors Executive Ses...
Board of Directors Executive Ses...
Feb 26 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Board of Directors Executive Session (Closed Meeting)
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Feb
27
Tue
2024
6:00 pm VWOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
VWOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
Feb 27 @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
VWOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING
CLICK HERE for the official BOD Meeting Notification and Agendas!