Next POA Meeting is Oct 17, 2019 6:30pm at the Cassie Community Center
Burnet County is under a burn ban.
The Burnet County Sheriff’s Dept. recently notified us of the current rules pertaining to the use of "Off-Highway Vehicles" (Golf Carts, ATVs, etc.) on public roads.
The (TXDMV) rules state that in general, only registered/titled vehicles are allowed on public roads. Exceptions are being made at a local (city/county) level for certain vehicles under certain conditions - such as Golf Carts (with a max speed of 15-25 mph), equipped w/lights, brakes, etc. (you can read more here:
For Burnet (the Cassie neighborhood jurisdiction) we've been informed that ATVs in particular, while not allowed on public roads per se, have been tolerated - as long as they keep to the posted speed limits, and obey all other pertinent DMV rules (such as age of the rider, lighting, flagging, etc.) while on public roads. The driver of an ATV or golf cart must possess a current driver’s license.
We urge all ATV owners to follow this guidance in Cassie, as we were told that otherwise citations and potential stricter enforcement (ATVs no longer being "tolerated" in Cassie) could be consequences enforced by the Sheriff’s Dept..
Please Note: Cassie POA requires dogs to be kept on a leash or behind a secured fenced area. Be a good neighbor and pet owner. Do not allow your animals to run free in the neighborhood. Violations should be reported to animal control. (512) 756-8080
Texas Department of Transportation Website . 01/08/2019 - 10/14/2019 Provide Additional Paved Surface. From 1.092 Miles N. of SH 29 to CR 114 State Maintenance Ends. Project ID 300502006
During our last annual meeting, we were excited to see and hear neighbors who are eager to get involved in the improvement/development/well being of our neighborhood. As a result, a new committee is being formed. If you are interested drop us a line at the email provide on the bottom of this website.
Contact Cassie POA Prior To Any Build. See Rules and Regulation Section on this Website.