Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association, Inc.


August 5, 2016

Ballots were sent to all HPOA members recently to vote on changing the HPOA Articles of Incorporation to meet the requirements of State law.

HPOA is required to file these Corporation documents annually with the Secretary of State. Unfortunately, our Articles of Incorporation do not meet the requirements without a change to our Articles of Incorporation.

WHAT COULD HAPPEN? The State could suspend the Corporation, resulting in HPOA being unable to fulfill its current obligations, such as the Resident Access Program, Keeping the Welcome Center open, ensuring compliance with the CC&R's, monitoring the Landscape Maintenance, and other responsibilities HPOA has undertaken for Hiddenbrooke.

If you have not mailed your Ballots of yet, it is critical you do so without delay.

If you need a replacement Ballot you can request one from Pacific Union at (707) 544-2005, or you can email the Inspector of Elections, Carol Rogers, at crogers@pacunion.com.

The Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association, Inc. (HPOA) is a mandatory

 association of Hiddenbrooke property owners in Vallejo, California. The organ

ization was formed in November 2005 by a majority vote of 1,200+ Hiddenbrooke property owners based upon CC&Rs recorded by the Master Developer. HPOA is a California non-profit mutual benefit corporation and operates under California Corporate Law. Unlike many homeowner's associations, HPOA does not own any common area property.

What we do:

  • Monitor compliance with Hiddenbrooke’s Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
  • Review and approve all architectural and landscape plans
  • Manage the Welcome Center and the contract for unarmed security guard services
  • Work with the City of Vallejo to maintain and upgrade landscaping throughout Hiddenbrooke (HMD lands)
  • Work with the City of Vallejo on various property tax issues, such as the annual tax levy for the Hiddenbrooke Improvement District (HID) bond
  • Publish a community newsletter - the Hiddebrooke TIMES
  • Work with the City of Vallejo on other projects affecting Hiddenbrooke, such as plans for the I-80 Interchange and a new park in Hiddenbrooke

    The Mission Statement for HPOA is:

    The Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association (HPOA) is a non-profit corporation that endeavors to promote the common good, general welfare, and community upkeep for Hiddenbrooke residents by keeping the community informed about the Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions and actively working on compliance. Our goal is to enhance the beauty, livability, property values, and security of our community

    HPOA uses paid contractors to help monitor and enforce the CC&Rs and for financial management. The Board is assisted by the Hiddenbrooke Architectural Committee (HARC) which reviews all home improvements, including new landscaping, any changes to the outside of a home, and plans for new Custom Homes. Finally, HPOA manages the Welcome Center (funded through your property taxes) and coordinates with the City to maintain the common area landscaping which is part of the Hiddenbrooke Maintenance District (HMD).

    The HPOA uses the annual assessment to pay for the management and operation of the Association and to conduct the business and affairs of the Association.

    FY2016-2017 Annual Policy Statement

    FY2016-2017 Budget and Disclosure Statement

    The HPOA mailing address for general correspondence is:

    Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association, Inc.
    850 Hiddenbrooke Parkway
    Vallejo, CA  94591

    Phone: 855.355.4762 

    HPOA Board: hpoaboard@hiddenbrookehpoa.org

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