Make Up Day:  RRR Clean Up Day, Sat, May 8th, 8 am

- POC is Cliff Friesen, 254-291-8748,

- meet at Arrowhead Park or if you have equipment, coordinate with Cliff to pre-position

- Arrowhead & Bennett Park need chainsaw work for fallen branches and clearing weed trees

- General trash pick-up and clean up at Front Gate and main road; bring a trash bag if you can

- Rock containers around our trees near Salter Park need to be cleaned out (clippers and chain saws)

- Trails are looking good for this clean-up day!   

                           Annual Wildflower Walk:  Saturday, May 22nd, 8:30 - 11:00 am (approx.)                                                                                We'll meet at the Trail Marker at the corner of RRR Rd. & Crestwood Dr.  After the hike we'll give                     you a ride back to your car, cart or bike.  Don't forget your water, snacks and sunscreen! 






Neighborhood Watch Program

See something?  Say Something.

RRR Neighbors - In conjunction with the upgrades to the front gate security, we believe it is also an appropriate time to re-engage the Neighborhood Watch Program.


A neighborhood watch program is a group of people living in the same area who want to make their neighborhood safer by working together and in conjunction with local law enforcement to reduce crime and improve their quality of life. Neighborhood watch groups have regular meetings to plan how they will accomplish their specific goals and leaders with assigned responsibilities. Neighborhood Watch is homeland security at the most local level. It is an opportunity to volunteer and work towards increasing the safety and security of our homes and our homeland. Neighborhood Watch empowers citizens and communities to become active in emergency preparedness, as well as the fight against crime and community disasters.


We are looking for 3-5 residents to engage in this effort. If you are interested, please let me know.


Thank you,

Lorri Jenkins

VP, Administration - RRR POA

Board of Directors


The River Ridge Ranch Property Owner's Association is governed by an elected body whose operations are dictated by the motto, FOR THE GOOD OF THE MANY, WITH RESPECT FOR THE INDIVIDUAL. 

Goals & Objectives


Our community was developed with nine distinct goals in mind.  These goals have helped us grow and develop into the flourishing community you see today and continue to guide us in our future endeavors.



We are a diverse community that share a passion for our nation and neighborhood.  We take pride in our families and our environment.  We respect each other, the animals, and the land and expect our guests and visitors to do the same.



River Ridge Ranch is nestled along the Lampasas River and is a sprawling 1,200 acre rural gated community in Central Texas.  Here you will find a vibrant community of friends and neighbors interconnected by the inspiring, natural beauty and privacy that surround our homes. We are dedicated to bringing our homeowners a one-of-a-kind experience that promotes our core values of health, education, sustainability, fellowship and camaraderie.    River Ridge Ranch POA is a governing body whose primary purpose is to support  our members and protect their investment by understanding, communicating, and enforcing the Covenants & By-Laws as well as all Rules & Regulations.

Our Motto:  For the Good of the Many, with Respect for the Individual


River Ridge Ranch 

Property Owner's Association

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