Village at Highlands HOA

The Village at Highlands Owners Association (HOA) consists of the owners of the 50 homes in the Village.  The HOA is overseen by a Board of Directors.  The HOA meets annually in January to elect members of the Board and to conduct other HOA business.

The Board has eight directors, as shown in the list on the left.  The Board usually meets quarterly, or more often for special needs.  Meetings are open to all members, and decisions and discussions of the Board are preserved in minutes.

The most important documents governing the HOA are the:

  • Covenants
  • Bylaws
  • Architectural Review Guidelines
  • Complaint Procedure
  • Welcome Letter

These documents are in the Member Area.

The business manager for the HOA is Steven Brecker of Community Group, Inc., which is a subsidiary of Associa.  Community Group's address is 1413 Sachem Place, Suite 2, Charlottesville, VA 22901.

Announcements

Use of HOA Property and Cooperation with Albemarle County Police:  At its meeting on July 15 the HOA Board of Directors adopted a statement on the usage of HOA property.  This applies especially to the property in the cul-de-sac on lower Gate Post Lane, where there have been continuing incidents of trespassing.  In connection with this statement, the Board also signed an  Albemarle County Police Trespass letter.  The statement on usage of HOA property and the Albemarle County Police Trespass letter are available in the Member Area under “Current Meeting Documents.”  Log in to the Member Area

Thank You. 

Robbie Whitestone, President, Village at Highlands HOA


Gate Post Lane:  The owner of the property that adjoins the fence along lower Gate Post Lane has contacted us regarding the dumping of debris over the fence onto their property.  That is Private Property and it is against the law to throw anything over the fence


Parking:  The Grounds Committee would like to remind you again that ­NO parking of any vehicles on grass in front of the homes is allowed.  It is your responsibility as the homeowner to make sure your family and friends are aware of the parking regulations.

Community Group (our management company) has already had to send out formal letters to several homeowners on this subject.  Your support on this is very much appreciated as the HOA is working extremely hard to get the grounds in better shape.  


Board of Directors Officers:  At the annual meeting of HOA members on February 22  the following members of the Board of Directors were re-elected:  Jim Deter, Jim Doull, Barbara Kelly, Daniel Opperman, Barbara Poston, and Robbie Whitestone.  Sean McCoy was elected to fill the unexpired term of Kendon Stubbs.  John McGowan has a year left in his current term on the Board.

At its annual meeting to elect officers following the members' meeting, the Board elected the following officers:  President - Robbie Whitestone; Vice President - Daniel Opperman; Secretary - Barbara Kelly; Treasurer - Sean McCoy; ARB Chair - Jim Doull; Building Committee Chair - Robbie Whitestone; Grounds Committee Chair - Daniel Opperman; At Large - Jim Deter, John McGowan,  and Barbara Poston.


2020 HOA Dues and Budget:  Scroll down on the Finances page.


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