We don’t take our breathtaking Hill Country setting for granted. Rancho Sienna is committed to protecting our region’s natural resources—where the water meets the rocks, and where wildlife meets wildflowers.
Rancho Sienna also offers seminars for residents to learn tips and tricks for native landscaping.
Mature tree stands, rock outcroppings, and hillside views have been intentionally preserved for generations to enjoy, and an extensive community-wide parks and trails system has been thoughtfully designed to promote community connectivity.
By using native plants that require less water, our community habitat conserves resources while helping residents save money on their water bills. Native landscaping also saves time—plants that are indigenous to the area require much less maintenance because they rarely need pesticides or fertilizers.
Our cistern captures 80% of the rainwater that falls onto The Sienna House roof. Rainwater is channeled into a filtration garden, where native plants and rocks naturally filter out any sediment. When full, the cistern holds enough water to irrigate The Sienna House landscape up to 7 times! Our swimming complex is serious about saving water and energy too—the pump system in the main pool uses about 75% less energy than typical pumps.
SPLASH AND SWIM
Do your morning laps or just drop by the pool to see the neighbors. Plus, the splash pad offers a cool hangout for every age.DIVE INTO THE POOL
Bark'n Park Dog Park
Walking the dog is an art form in Rancho Sienna. Our playful pooch park offers spaces for small and large breeds.WAG THIS WAY