Just a reminder. It is illegal to put signs on the electrical polls. Please help clean up our neighborhood by removing the signs. If anyone complains, please refer them to any board member. Thank you.
Tuesdays 1pm - 4pm
Our community has specific architectural control guidelines in place to
PROTECT our property owners. Your board does not want to get in your way of taking care of your property. When you have an ADDITION to your property; BUILD/or RE-BUILD a house; or CHANGE something, you are required to submit those plans to our Architectural Control Committee. Please don't wait until the last minute to seek approval for the change. Please plan ahead.
The required paperwork checklist can be found below. Click on Download the Information Sheet (below). Once completed, take the paperwork to one of the members of the ACC listed above the Information Sheet (below). Please keep Holiday Beach Strong.
Architectural Committee Members and Instructions here.
Download the Information Sheet here. (Updated 2/21/18)
BURN BAN HAS BEEN LIFTED
The RV restriction in Holiday Beach is lifted for a temporary period (Until May 1, 2019) during the rebuild period
Links to Chamber of Commerce
"Private Property Debris Removal"
For Complaints, Concerns and Information call
the HBPOA Office and leave a message
at this time, 361-729-8929
Emergency number - Doug Buster
A drop box has been installed for the convenience of making payments. Kiosk Outside has the map. Webpage has Email address and By laws/Deed Restriction Information
Phone number: 361-729-8929
Fax number: 361-450-1063
-- If you have changed your email address recently, don't forget to send HBPOA your new address for our files!
Welcome and thank you for visiting the Holiday Beach website. Holiday Beach is a bayfront community about 8 miles North of Rockport, Texas on Highway 35 North. Located on Copano Bay, we have the benefit of being a winter refuge for a variety of birds, including Whooping Cranes and some of the best fishing along the Texas Coast.
Holiday Beach has on-water, off-water, water-view, and canal home-sites. The community has 2 boat ramps, a large "T-head" fishing pier, kayak park and a swimming pool for the use of the Holiday Beach property owners.
The new Holiday Beach Community Center is currently home of the Holiday Beach Property Owners' Association (HBPOA). This is also the site of meetings, reunions, or other celebrations. This is a community with a great number of volunteers who work together closely for the improvement, security and welfare of the community.
The Holiday Beach Water Supply Corporation supplies the community with water.