About the Hiddenbrooke Community

Hiddenbrooke (Vallejo, CA) is a beautiful master-planned community in the North Bay located just off I-80 at the American Canyon/Hiddenbrooke Parkway Interchange.  The 1200 homes are surrounded by 700 acres of permanent open space, and the community includes the signature Arnold Palmer designed Hiddenbrooke Golf Course.  Minutes away from the Napa and Sonoma wine region, 30 minutes to Berkeley and Walnut Creek, and only an hour drive or ferry ride to San Francisco means residents can live outside the central Bay Area but still enjoy easy access to all its amenities. 

This website is maintained by the Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association (HPOA) and includes helpful information for residents, potential new owners, and renters including the “rules” for the community (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions), architectural and landscape guidelines, information about upcoming meetings and current events, as well as many other topics.  We make every effort to keep the information current, but updates may lag a little behind changes in information. 

Spotlight

Reminder Please 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 new updated Design Guidelines as you make your plans.

Realtors For Sale Signs Real Estate Signs are not permitted on Hiddenbrooke Maintenance District property which includes both sides and the middle of the Hiddenbrooke Parkway from the Waterfall to almost the Club House, the Bennington Park, Reflections Park, Lansdowne and Waterfall/Rush Creek Place green belts. Signs are never permitted in front of the Waterfall (CC&Rs Section 4.1.30). Illegal signs may be removed or laid on the ground. If time permits, the real estate office or the homeowner may be called so they can retrieve the sign. This rule is also enforced by the City of Vallejo. Not more than one “For Sale” or “For Rent” sign per Lot of reasonable dimensions is allowed pursuant to the CC&Rs.

Announcements

Spring Newsletter

Upcoming Meetings 

  • HPOA Board:  Annual Meeting June 30 at 7:30
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  • ~ Regular Meeting to start right after the Annual Mtg.
  • ~ Join us on Zoom 
  • ~ Meeting Id: 932 3188 2459
  • ~ Passcode: 978226
  • ~ You may also dial in using your phone: United States +1 (669) 900-9128
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  • Elections - Results 6/30
  • Ballots will be mailed 6/8
  • Deadline to return ballots is 6/28
  • Can vote by regular mail or email

HARC: June 9 - 7:00pm

NEW - Sign Up for Electronic Notifications

By clicking here and agreeing to receive meeting notices, general notifications, and other important HPOA documents by email, you will help save mailing costs. 

New Governing Documents (approved Sept. 19, 2019)

Key CC&R Reminders

Questions? Email the Board at

hpoaboard@hiddenbrookehpoa.org

Community

Updated Design Guidelines 

Disaster Preparedness Plan

Safety and Security Tips

Newsletter

Click here to read the latest issue of the Hiddenbrooke Times

Welcome Center Phone # (707) 694-1530

Recommended House Paint Pallets

Landscape Maintenance Issues

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. If your home is located within areas maintained by the City of Vallejo, please call the LMD Inspector of Vallejo James Olsen at (707) 649-3817 to voice your concerns or report any problems. Thank you.

Street Trees

Stop! Don't Top!

Take care when trimming large street trees! "Topping" ruins street trees which are a signature feature of our community. Street trees also need a vertical clearance of 10 ft over sidewalks and 14 ft over the street.