The Village at Highlands

The Village at Highlands is an independent subdivision with its own homeowners association (HOA) within the division of Highlands at Mechums River near Crozet, VA. The Village consists of 50 attached homes built by Craig Builders between 2006 and 2012.  All but six of the 50 homes provide one-floor living.  See floor plans of the three most frequent types of homes.  Most homes have views of the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains or of wooded areas.

Information on other subdivisions of Highlands at Mechums River is here.

This Web site is the official site for the Village at Highlands Owners Association.  It provides information about the HOA and about how the HOA interacts with the buildings, grounds, architectural review, HOA finances, and hospitality.  The site also provides a page for news from homeowners.  Your comments and questions are invited. Contact our HOA President, Robbie Whitestone.

We are grateful to Debra Weiss of drw Design for designing and implementing this Web site.


HOA Board of Directors Elections:  At the annual members meeting on February 17, Karen Christiansen and John McGowan were elected to the Board of Directors to fill the unexpired terms of Bob Nelson and Michael Sinclair.  Re-elected to the Board for two-year terms were Jim Doull, Libby Hobbs, Barbara Kelly, and Robbie Whitestone.  Continuing on the Board are Rochelle Larson and Kendon Stubbs.

At a meeting of the Board, also on February 17, the following officers were elected:  President -- Robbie Whitestone; Vice President -- Rochelle Larson; Secretary -- Barbara Kelly; Treasurer -- Kendon Stubbs.  Robbie will continue to coordinate the Building Maintenance Committee, and Karen Christiansen willl coordinate the Grounds Maintenance Committee.

2018 HOA Dues and Budget:  Scroll down on the Finances page.

Maintenance Reserve Report for 2015 Now Available:  At its meeting on September 23 the HOA Board of Directors approved a new maintenance reserve report from Criterium Engineers.  The report updates the cost projections for long-term maintenance of our homes, including painting, power washing, replacing roofs and gutters, etc.  The last maintenance reserve study was done in 2011.  The goal of the studies is to ensure that our HOA fees will be sufficient to cover ongoing costs of the big-ticket maintenance items for our homes. The Maintenance Reserve report is located in the private area for HOA Members.  Log in is required.  On the left side of the Member Area under Documents, scroll down and click on Maintenance Reserve 2015.  Questions to Robbie Whitestone or other Board members.

"For Sale" Signs:  "For Sale" signs are now permitted in front yards when Village homes are for sale.  Details are here.