What does “deed-restricted” mean?

Deed-restricted means that Tahitian Village is governed by a set of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions which set forth guidelines and rules property owners must follow. 
See Deed Restrictions Here

Who do I contact about problems with roads?

The roads in Tahitian Village are maintained by three different entities. The city, county and Bastrop County Water Control and Improvement District #2 (BCWCID #2) all maintain different roads.
Bastrop City: (512) 332-8840
Bastrop County: (512) 549-5166
BCWCID #2: (512) 321-1688
Please feel free to call the TVPOA office and we will help you determine which entity to contact.
TVPOA does not control or maintain any roads in Tahitian Village.

What is the road maintenance fee?

The road maintenance fee is an annual fee paid to the BCWCID #2 (the Water District). This fee is charged per lot. For the current fees visit https://bcwcid2.org/road-district-faq.

What projects require a permit?

The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) requires permits for any projects which change the footprint of the property. These projects include, but are not limited to, fences, sheds, large playscapes, retaining walls, home additions, covered patios, carports, solar panels, and large rainwater receptacles. The ACC does not require a permit for landscaping projects, unless they change the footprint of the property.

When are TVPOA meetings?

The TVPOA meetings are scheduled on the third Tuesday of each month at 7 P.M.

What does the ACC do?

The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) is a committee comprised of five Tahitian Village property owners elected by the residents/property owners of Tahitian Village. The purpose of the ACC is to review and approve any building in the subdivision. Approval, by the ACC, is required for new construction as well as home based projects such as sheds, fences, and home additions.
The ACC meets the first Monday of each month at 5 P.M.

Are the POA and ACC meetings open to the public?

Yes, and in fact both the POA and ACC welcome property owner participation and input.

What are the POA yearly dues?

TVPOA does not charge yearly dues at this time. The BCWCID #2 charges a yearly road maintenance fee per lot and this is frequently mistaken to be a fee assessed by the POA. For more information about the road maintenance fee please visit https://bcwcid2.org/road-district-faq.

Does TVPOA charge any other fees?

Yes. Each time a property changes ownership, TVPOA charges a $225 per lot transfer fee.

What is the fee for a permit to build?

Different fees are assessed for different projects.
$1500.00 = new homes, guest homes or home additions over 600 square feet (this includes a $500.00 refundable deposit)
$100.00 = home additions under 600 square feet (no deposit required)
$50.00 = all other projects ($100.00 if permit is obtained after the fact)

Are there any fees for demolition?

There is a $500.00 demolition permit fee.

Are there any transfer fees?

Whenever a lot is sold or ownership of a lot is transferred to another party, Tahitian Village charges a “transfer fee” in order to cover the cost of certain services that must be provided, including a review of ownership records and the creation of new records to reflect the change in ownership. In addition, frequently, correspondence must be prepared to communicate to title companies and others information about the property, including whether there are any unpaid fees or charges.  And, it is not unusual for purchasers or sellers or their agents to request copies of subdivision documents such as the deed restrictions and building guidelines. In order to cover these expenses, the Tahitian Village Property Owners’ Association charges a $225.00 transfer fee per lot each time a lot sells, or ownership is transferred, in the subdivision. Please keep this in mind when you are negotiating for the purchase of property in Tahitian Village. If you intend to purchase your property through a title company, the title company will generally collect these fees at closing.