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Austin Galano Club Policies 

Here are the current Board approved policies.

Service Animal Policy

Our goal is to ensure a safe, comfortable, and accommodating environment for all our guests, including those with disabilities who rely on the assistance of service animals.

Service Animals Only: The Austin Galano Club only allows service animals on the property.   Service animals include dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability. Please note that emotional support animals and pets do not qualify as service animals. Service animals are welcome to all areas of the Galano Club where guests are allowed. 


Behavior Standards: All service animals must be kept on a leash or working harness and be under the control of a handler at all times. If the service animal is not leashed, harnessed, or causes disruptions, the handler may be asked to remove the service animal from the property temporarily and/or permanently. The handler is responsible for any injuries, damages, or disturbances caused by the animal.


Identification of Service Animals: While not required, we appreciate if service animals can be identified through a vest, ID card, or other indicators. This helps our club manager and volunteers recognize the service animal. If you have any questions or need assistance regarding our service animal policy, please do not hesitate to contact us at (512) 765-5405 or


For more information about service animals, you can refer to the following federal and state resources:


ADA Requirements for Service Animals: 


Frequently Asked Questions about Service Animals and the ADA:


Texas Disability Law – Service Animals:

Effective May 1, 2024

Code of Conduct Policy

Thank you for visiting. In order to provide a safe and enjoyable experience for all guests, the following activities are prohibited and will be viewed as trespassing:

  • Violations of the law

  • Any activity that threatens the safety of guests or tenants

  • Any activity that damages or defaces the property

  • Any activity that disturbs a safe recovery based environment

  • Any activity that would disrupt the operation of meetings

Examples of specific activities that are prohibited include but are not limited to:

  • Sleeping on Property

  • Vulgar language, hate speech, or threatening behavior

  • Unnecessary blocking of doorways and walkways

  • Panhandling, unauthorized solicitation, or loitering

  • Illegal possession of firearms or weapons

  • Drug use and alcohol use of ANY kind.

  • Littering or dumping of waste

  • Overnight parking

For further assistance, please contact the Club Manager at (512) 765-5405 .

Dial 911 immediately in case of emergency.

No Trespassing. The clubhouse is a privately-owned property.

Guests who do not act responsibly may be asked to leave the property.


The Austin Galano Club’s Mission is to provide a clean, safe, and respectful environment for our members and guests to recover through Twelve Step fellowships.

Reporting Violations: Club members should report disruptive incidents and violations of the Rules of Conduct to the Club Manager or by email at

Warnings & Removal: The Manager and Board Members have the authority, at their discretion, to enforce these Rules, issue Warnings, and may require an individual to leave the Club for 24 hours at any time should they deem it necessary.

Banning: The Manager along with one Board Member, or two Board Members may immediately and unilaterally ban an individual from using Club facilities for up to 30 days. The Austin Galano Club board of directors must approve any ban longer than 30 days. Extremely severe violations may result in being banned from the Club for up to five years.

Reinstatement: Any individual who has been banned from the Club and wishes to have their access privileges reinstated must write a letter to addressed to the Austin Galano Club Board explaining why they should be reinstated and receive written approval.

To report any inappropriate behavior, please get in touch with or 512-765-5405.

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