Neighborhood & Homeowner Associations

If you are a newly elected officer or contact person for your Homeowner Association (HOA), please take a moment to make sure your contact information is up to date. You may update your contact information online or download the NA/HOA Contact Update Form (PDF) to print out and submit your information via mail. Thank you!

What Is a Neighborhood Association?

A strong neighborhood is a valuable tool in maintaining healthy communities. Neighborhood organizations bring together people of diverse backgrounds, who share common concerns for their safety, properties, homes and community interests. Neighborhood organizations help City staff and elected officials identify and resolve issues and concerns in a particular area. There is strength in numbers - having a unified voice can make a difference.

NAs in District 2:

  • Bridgewood
  • Brookhollow
  • Crown Heights North
  • Eastridge
  • Forest Hills
  • Park Meadows
  • Rockhurst
  • The Village
  • Whitetail
NA / HOAOfficerAddressPhoneEmailMeetingsArea
Bridgewood
Amy Simpson
12610 N Tallowood
258-7913
Email Amy SimpsonNot Applicable (N/A)

Railroad to 4-Mile Creek, 127th to 4-Mile Creek


Brookhollow
Monte Shaw
8310 E Stoneridge Lane
682-2862
Email Monte ShawMeet 3 to 4 times a year

Douglas to Central, Tara to Longford

Eastridge
Paul Bradley
1120 Briarcliff Court
682-7460
Email Paul Bradley

7 pm, 3rd Monday of every month at Boston Recreation Center, 6655 E Zimmerly

Harry to Kellogg, Woodlawn to Rock

Forest Hills
Phil Murray
9 Laurel Drive
683-2349
Email Phil Murray

7 pm on the 4th Monday of odd months

Winter: 10 Sequoia

Summer: Sequoia Park

Central to Douglas, West Parkway to Webb


Larksfield
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A

Rock to Woodlawn, South of 29th N


Park Meadows
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Sunnybrook One
N/AN/A
N/A
N/A

6:30 pm, 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Korean Presbyterian Church at 8035 E Gilbert



Orme S to Dresden Lane, Rock Road E to Gypsum Creek