Welcome to the Pine Forest Community
The Pine Forest Subdivision, located in beautiful Bastrop County, Texas is overseen by the Pine Forest Property Owners Association (PFPOA) and Pine Forest Architectural Control Committee (PFACC). With the information and links provided on this website, we hope you will find the answers to your questions. If you have more questions, please don't hesitate to contact us!
Pine Forest Property Owners Association Board of Directors (PFPOA) Meetings
The PFPOA currently conducts monthly Board meetings at the First National Bank Building, 118 Highway 71/21 W (across Hasler Boulevard from HEB) in Bastrop on the second Thursday of each month at 7 pm, with the exception of August and December.
If you are interested in purchasing property in Pine Forest, please refer to the PFACC Building Guidelines which are included here.
As always, let us know how we can better serve the property owners and residents of Pine Forest. To reach us, send an email to PineForestBastrop@gmail.com.
The CSA Realty Group now serves as our property manager.
Please pay your POA fees to:
Pine Forest POA
c/o CSA Realty Group
9011 Mountain Ridge Drive, Suite 200
Austin, Texas 78759
To pay online, go to CSARealtyGroup.com.
Click for more information regarding making payments. To contact CSA Realty Group, call 512.453.6566.
Attention: Four wheel and ATV vehicles are not allowed in Unit 6, which begins at the intersection of Mauna Loa and Briar Forest Drive.
This type of vehicle can damage property; therefore, please do not operate a four wheel or ATV vehicle in Unit 6. Operating a four wheel or ATV vehicle in Unit 6 is a violation of Pine Forest Covenant, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRs) noted below, in part:
Article 2.5 Hazardous Activities. No activities may be conducted on or within the Property....that might be unsafe or hazardous to any person or Property.
Article 2.7 Noise. No noise or other nuisance shall be permitted to exist or operate upon any portion of the Property so as to be offensive or detrimental to any other portion of the Property or to its Residents.
Letter from Robert Rosso, Pine Forest POA President
We are trying to solve two problems in Unit 6 that have only been getting worse and worse this year and we need your help.
The first is the invasion of the dirt bikes and off-roaders, especially during weekends. They are destroying the lots, and as you are aware, make a terrible noise. We have contacted the City of Bastrop Police Department, and they have increased their patrols. In addition, the Pine Forest POA has ordered permanent signs to replace the temporary "NO TRESPASSING" signs at the main entrances.
The signs are not going to be a cure-all, however. We must be vigilant in calling the Bastrop Police at 512-332-8600 (or 9-1-1) when we hear them. In turn, the Police Chief has promised to respond.
The second issue is the dumping of trash. Please call the Police if you see anyone dumping trash. We have also received reports of camping, all-night parties with campfires – and gunfire.
Please report all suspicious activity. The phone call is your only involvement. Your personal information will not be shared. Please help us to reclaim our neighborhood!
Please call the Bastrop County Sheriff Department at 512-549-5100 to report any four wheel or ATV vehicles in Unit 6.
Please report any suspicious activity you see in Pine Forest.
EMERGENCIES: If you have an emergency, call 9-1-1.
If you live within city limits (Unit 6) and have a non-emergency issue and wish to speak with the Bastrop Police Department staff, call 512-332-8600.
If you live outside city limits (Unit 6 or Units 7-12) and have a non-emergency issue and wish to speak to the Bastrop County Sheriff Department staff, call 512-549-5100.
About Pine Forest
Pine Forest, located in the beautiful loblolly pines in Bastrop, is adjacent to Tahitian Village, an equally scenic subdivision that offers access to the Colorado River. Golfing is popular with two golf courses nearby, Pine Forest Golf Club and the ColoVista Golf Club. Homes in the community are well maintained. Most roads are paved; however, Unit 6 is still undeveloped and offers secluded walking trails. Bastrop County is home to deer and the Houston Toad as well as a variety of birds from hummingbirds to herons.
Pine Forest is located approximately three miles from historic downtown Bastrop. Here you will find shops, restaurants and charming historic homes. The 900-acre Lake Bastrop is perfect for fishing and boating.
Location of Pine Forest
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is about 20 minutes away and downtown Austin is about 40 minutes from Pine Forest. To get to Pine Forest from the Austin area, take Highway 71 southeast to Bastrop. Go through Bastrop (crossing over the Colorado River). You will pass the entry to Tahitian Village (at a light sign on your right). The next road on your right is McAllister. Turn here to reach Pine Forest. Pine Forest is in Bastrop County with a small portion of the subdivision within the city limits of Bastrop.