Welcome to Highlands
We’re a neighborhood of 56 homes filled with people who care about their community. You can see it in the volunteer work at Highlands Park, the way folks keep their yards looking nice for their neighbors, the annual events for residents, and — most of all — the way people watch out for one another. If you live here, you know what we mean. If you’re moving in, welcome! We can’t wait to get to know you.
How May We Help You?
Your Board of Directors is the body elected by the owners at the annual meeting held on the first Wednesday of June each year. The board makes decisions on owners’ behalf as a fiduciary and enforces the governing documents of the corporation.
The board has contracted with Association Bookkeeping Support Services to manage the collection of dues and fines, pay association obligations, prepare financial reports, and communicate with the board and attorney as needed.
Your Block Watch
Block Watch unites our residents in an effort to reduce and prevent residential crime. Our neighborhood is divided into 7 sections, each with a Block Watch Captain.
If you see something, say something to your captain and call 911.
Things You’ll Want to Know
These documents detail the protective covenants that govern your community. Please read them carefully. If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask in the box below, call a board member, or attend a board meeting.
Financials (Owners only)
Meetings (Owners only)
Need a painter? A plumber? A pressure-washer? We’ve posted a list of vendors your neighbors have found to be cost-effective and reliable. (Please note: This list is a courtesy and does not imply that our organization endorses these vendors.)
Here’s a copy of the homeowner maintenance manual provided by the builder (Schneider Homes). The warranty section no longer applies, but it has some good suggestions when problems surface with things like hot water tanks, furnaces, roof maintenance, etc.
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