Here in the heart of Texas, the stars at night really are big and bright, thanks to our “dark sky” policy that limits street lighting to Pedernales Summit Parkway, the main road through the community. In Sweetwater, nearly 700 acres of scenic ridges and canyons are being preserved as open space for the enjoyment of residents now and for generations to come. But “green” goes far beyond conservation at Sweetwater.
Water is a precious resource in the Hill Country, so we’re working to use it wisely. At the entrance to Sweetwater, you’ll see a gorgeous stone water feature that uses reclaimed water. We also use reclaimed water to irrigate our common area landscaping. Throughout our neighborhoods, we employ leading-edge storm water management techniques to protect the quality of our creeks and streams.
Our builders exceed national standards for energy efficiency. From innovative building processes to insulation to high-efficiency heating and cooling, the builders are creating far more efficient green homes today than even just a year ago. That’s good for your comfort, great for your wallet and even better for the environment. Ask each builder about their green-building options and standards.