About the Hiddenbrooke Community

Located near Vallejo, California, just 30 miles from San Francisco, and just 10 minutes from the Napa Valley, Hiddenbrooke is a beautiful master planned community with over 1200 homes. Our community is built around the Hiddenbrooke Golf Club, a signature Arnold Palmer designed golf course which has one of the highest Golf Digest rating for any golf course in Northern California.

This website is maintained by the Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association for the benefit of Hiddenbrooke residents. It contains a variety of information about our community, including community news and events, how to join the community's Yahoo News Group, information about clubs and groups, information for renters and new owners, important phone numbers, referrals for getting work done on your home or yard, important information for maintaining compliance with the community's Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), as well as a number of other topics. We make every effort to keep the information current, but updates may lag behind the changes in information.



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ReminderPlease drop your HARC applications in the HPOA dropbox - the black box near the Welcome Center. If you mail your applications, be sure to plan for a little extra processing time. Also, please read the full Appendix B of the Design Guidelines as you make your plans.

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Not sure who to call for any landscape related issues? The person to contact varies depending on which neighborhood you live in. Please consult maps first.

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Please click here for Safety/Security Guidelines



Hiddenbrooke Yahoo Groups

HB News

This group is maintained to share information among Hiddenbrooke residents. Go to group

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Announcements

Next HPOA Board Meeting scheduled for July 17 starting at 6:30 pm. Please put it on your calendar and plan to attend.  For a copy of the agenda please click here.

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As part of PG&E’s commitment to safety and reliability, the company will be installing underground electrical equipment to provide backup electricity for Hiddenbrooke’s 1,200 homes in case of an emergency or natural disasters such as a storm or earthquake.

A new electrical feed will come from Columbus Parkway, go by the creek behind the HB Park, and then tie into a main electrical box at the end of Alder Creek.  The line will be on power poles above ground from Columbus Parkway until south of the HB Park, where it transitions to an underground line between this point and the electrical box at the end of Alter Creek.

What you can expect                                 

-Work will take place this month during normal business hours Monday–Friday.  Weather and safe working conditions permitting.

-PG&E will do its best to minimize impacts to residents, but you may experience minor traffic delays and hear intermittent construction noise.

-The initial phase involves the clearing of selected trees in the easement that goes by the Park so that trenching equipment can be used for the underground conduit. Most of the trees are behind the Park and not visible to Park users. PG&E will return at a later date to complete the installation.

All PG&E personnel are required to carry valid photo identification and are happy to provide it on request.

PG&E has kept in touch with HPOA throughout the planning process.  If you have specific questions or concerns, please contact Linda Clifton, PG&E Customer Outreach Specialist, at 707-577-7218 during business hours or send an email to electricreliability@pge.com.


 

 

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I-80/Hiddenbrooke Parkway Interchange Project 

Click here to read about the questions that were raised at the community meeting at the Hiddenbrooke Golf Course Club House on July 27, 2017, at 6:00 pm. The meeting was attended by approximately 60 people and lasted about 2 hours.

Click here to see the Hiddenbrooke I-80 Interchange Project Community Opinion Survey 

Click here to see a sketch of the proposed round-about

Click here to read letter written by HPOA President to City Council Dec 1, 2017 regarding I-80 Interchange.