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The Harbor Oaks Community

Located in the Coastal Bend area of Aransas County, Harbor Oaks is noted for its quiet neighborhoods with three community “green” areas.

Most residents in the 200+ homes in the subdivision are permanent residents, resulting in a very desirable neighborhood atmosphere. A large percentage of the homes are situated on five large canals and Canoe Lake, leading into Little Bay. There are few vacant lots left in the subdivision.

Harbor Oaks boasts a gated boat launch and dock for all residents. Harbor Oaks also contains a small marina, 12 apartment buildings (“Villas”) and 40+ luxury condos (“Bay House”).

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Welcome to Harbor Oaks

- the premier waterfront community in all of South Texas!

News from the community

Board of Directors Meeting

September 10, 2018, noon at IBC Bank • Agenda

Warren Hassinger, President


The City of Rockport has entered Stage 2-Moderate Water Shortage in order to reduce water usage by five percent. Stage 2, which is part of the City’s Drought Contingency and Emergency Water Plan, limits watering to once a week between the hours of 6 pm and 10 am. Anyone utilizing City water and not following the mandatory guidelines for water restrictions will be issued a citation.

The new watering schedule for Stage 2 is:
• Tuesday – Even numbered residences
• Wednesday – Odd numbered residences
• Thursday – Multifamily and commercial

Property owners using water wells, wastewater treatment plant effluent, or gray water for irrigation are exempt from the restrictions; however, the ordinance does require those users to post a sign stating the water used for irrigation is from a private well, wastewater treatment plant effluent, gray water or source other than the city's water supply. It is a separate violation to display a sign which falsely claims the water used to be from another source.

The City implemented Stage 2 in response to the combined lake storage levels of Lake Corpus Christi and Choke Canyon dropping to 40 percent of capacity.
Rockport buys treated water from the San Patricio Municipal Water District (SPMWD) who, in turn, buys raw water from the City of Corpus Christi. SPMWD and the City of Corpus Christi implemented similar restrictions last week. The City’s contract with SPMWD requires the City to follow SPMWD’s plan.

The City of Rockport will continue to monitor lake levels and adjust the Plan’s stage level as needed. For additional information on the Plan, click on the link below. Customers with questions are encouraged to contact the Public Works Department at (361) 790-1160.

Drought Contingency and Water Plan

CodeRED Emergency Notification System

During an emergency, the City of Rockport and Aransas County will implement the CodeRED Emergency Notification System. Citizens with caller ID on their phones should take note that the caller name that appears is "CodeRED" and that the call will come from 855-969-4636 or a 361 number. The system will call each telephone number in the database. Once answered, the system will deliver a short voice message to you or your answering machine. If a recipient of a call wants to hear the message again, calling the phone number that appears on the caller ID will give residents the opportunity to listen to the call again. If the call is not answered or if the line is busy, the system will attempt to make the call again. The system can also send this emergency message to a cell phone by SMS (text) and can be received by email.

Residents must register with the system in order to receive messages from CodeRED. If you have already signed up through FirstCall, your information has already been transferred. 

Residents can contact Lt. Larry Sinclair at (361) 790-1134 if they have questions or need assistance.

In an attempt to improve communication …

within the Harbor Oaks community, the Board of Directors will be using Constant Contact®, an email service. Emails will be used to imform residents of happenings, events and other areas of concern.

We are requesting that each household send their email address to Warren Hassinger, President of HOPOA at if you wish to receive POA notices. You may also use the box below to JOIN NOW!

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Harbor Oaks Women's Club

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The Harbor Oaks Women's Club meets on the second Tuesday of each month September-May. Any resident or former resident of Harbor Oaks, Bay House and/or the Villas is welcome to join. Annual dues are $15.00. Meetings are usually held at the Rockport Country Club on the second Tuesday of the month at 11AM, alternate locations or dates are announced.

Check out the page with information all things Harbor Oaks Women's Club.


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