Member Area

If you currently pay your annual assessment month by month, the September 1st payment should be mailed to:
Stoneridge c/o CSA Management, Inc.
9011 Mountain Ridge Dr. #200
Austin, TX 78759
Zoom link to November 6th Board Meeting  - coming soon
To Join Zoom Meeting:
November 6th Board Meeting Agenda - coming soon
Reminder:  As of September 1st, CSA Management, Inc. is the new property manager.  In early September, Homeowners will receive  information to create their online account for payment of assessments, submission of Architectural Requests, payment of fines, fees, etc.  Please do not miss deadlines!  As soon as you receive the information, create your own personal account with CSA Management, Inc.  The website account is NOT connected to the management company.
phone 512-453-6566, Ken McMasters, POA Manager and Cindy Ortiz, Assistant POA Manager.  Cindy is our primary contact.
Members Area - A Protected Section of the Website
In this platform (website), most of the information is publicly available.  However, this section contains some pages that are restricted to members only.
This explanatory page is set to PUBLIC - anyone can see it. However, the Member Directory* and the Meetings* page (under the Members tab) each require log-in from an authorized member account (aka Stoneridge homeowner).
  • Each homeowner chooses what (if any) of their information displays in the Member Directory.
  • The Meetings page summarizes information on past and future meetings, including meeting login details.
Member Accounts & Communications
Each of the 135 properties has a primary account set up in this platform for access, communications, and voting (Level 1 User). 
See the Members Account page for more detail on accessing your account, recovering username or password, security, and more.
The Association is moving towards virtual communications for notices of neighborhood events, crime watch alerts, meeting information, document posting, etc.  Only items required by law or deemed necessary by the Board to be sent by postal mail will be mailed. This enables us to reduce costs of copying and postage and to get information out more quickly. 
The Association Board Members and Officers are your neighbors who volunteer.  The goal is to serve the Stoneridge Community..  
CSA Management Company
CSA Management Company will replace The Bishop Company as the management company on September 1, 2023.  All assessment payments, and payments of fines and fees, will be sent to CSA as of that date. They will also be the contact for CCR compliance issues, dues, financial matters, architectural change requests, etc. They have their own system and processes that are not part of this platform.
phone 512-453-6566, Ken McMasters, POA Manager and Cindy Ortiz, Assistant POA Manager.  Cindy is our primary contact.
  • Note the instructions for Architectural Change Requests are posted here. The completed form is submitted to CSA Management, Inc.  Their portal is easy to use once you create your account in late August.
Privacy and Security
Contact Details: Your contact details will be used only for association business and communications from the POA leadership and The Bishop Company. Contact information will not be shared with 3rd parties.
  • Member Directory: YOU choose what - if any - of your contact information displays in the directory that can be seen only by members who have logged in. 
    • We encourage you to at least show name, house #, street (that much is available to anyone who looks at the TCAD property records). 
  • Password Storage: For security reasons, this platform stores passwords in hashed form. This guards against the possibility that someone who gains unauthorized access to the database can retrieve the passwords of every user in the system. Hashing performs a one-way transformation on a password, turning the password into another value, called the hashed password. “One-way” means that it is harder to turn the hashed password back into the original password.
  • Password Transmission: The hashed password value is not encrypted before it is stored in the database. When a member submits the password using the login form, the password is sent in clear text to the server.  The website software takes the clear text password, performs a similar one-way hash and compares it to the database value. If the passwords match, then login is successful.
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