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This page is dedicated to the homeowner / neighborhood associations in Richardson. All content is strictly for informational purposes only. 

Click on the image below to open an interactive map detailing information about Richardson HOA's including geographical boundaries, area Code Enforcement Officers and more.

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Look below to see if your HOA has a website:

II Creeks
Arapaho Heights
Berkner Park
Breckinridge Farms* 
Breckinridge Park Estates* 
Brick Row Town Homes*
Bridgewater Crossing*
Canyon Creek 
Canyon Creek Ridge Condos
Carrington Estates*
Clear Springs Place*
College Park 
Cottonwood Creek
Cottonwood Heights
Creek Hollow Estates*
Crowley Park 
Custer Trail Condominiums*
Duck Creek
Enclave of Breckinridge*
Estates of Breckinridge Park*
Estates of Prairie Creek
Fairways of Sherrill Park* 

Glenville Park
Greenwood Hills
Heather Ridge Estates*
Heights Park
Highland Terrace
Hills of Breckinridge*
J. J. Pearce
Knightsbridge Estates*
Knolls at Breckinridge*
Lake Park Estates*
Lifescape Villas*
MacKenzie Meadows*
Mark Twain
Marlborough Square
Morningstar Meadows*
Moroney Farms*
North College Park
Northgale Village Condominiums
Owens Park
Reserve, The
Richardson Crossing
Richardson Crossroads

Richardson Heights
Richland Meadows
Richland Park
Rosehill Estates
Sharp's Farm*
Sherrill Park
Spring Park*
Town North Park II
University Estates North
Villas of Buckingham*
Waterfall Crossing
Waterford Villas
Waterview Preservation
Woodhaven Townhomes
Woods of Spring Creek II
Wyndsor Court Estates*
Wyndsor Estates*
Yale Park 

* Indicates mandatory association.
Neighborhood Associations VS Homeowners Associations

What is a neighborhood association? A neighborhood association is a voluntary association of homeowners, renters, apartment dwellers, and representatives from businesses, churches and schools who work together to improve and maintain the quality of life in their neighborhood.
  • Membership is open to all residents but participation is optional; the association determines it boundaries. 
  • Dues are voluntary. 
  • There is no legal authority to enact or enforce maintenance or design requirements. 
  • To ensure a visibly democratic process, the organization usually has bylaws that provide for at least one general membership meeting each year and require the annual election of officers. 
  • Association position statements are reached through consensus. 

What is a homeowners association? A homeowners association, unlike a neighborhood association, is a formal legal entity created to maintain common areas and enforce private deed restrictions and covenants.
  • Membership is mandatory for all property owners within the boundaries of the association. 
  • Members are required to pay established maintenance and carrying fees. 
  •  Homeowners associations have the legal authority to enact and enforce maintenance and design standards above and beyond those required by City ordinance. 
  • Homeowners associations are corporations with formal bylaws and a governing board. Typically homeowners associations hire a property management company to handle maintenance and enforcement issues. 

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Last updated: 10/21/2015 9:38:23 AM