Highland Park North HOA. A residential community in Pflugerville, Texas
Highland Park North HOA. A residential community in Pflugerville, Texas
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The Highland Park North Homeowners Association provides services for the 602 homes in the Highland Park North neighborhood, which is located off Heatherwilde Blvd and State Highway 45 in Travis County, Pflugerville, Texas.   
 
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Thanks to everyone who decorated for the season! 
The Highland Park North HOA Yard of the Month Committee volunteers made rounds through the neighborhood and have selected the winners.  Winners will receive a gift card, recognition sign in front of their home for the holiday season and of course, be recognized here on the HPN HOA website. Please click here or scroll to the bottom of this page to see the winners.  Thanks to everyone who participated and made the neighborhood shine!
 
Important Safety Reminders
Motorized vehicles are NOT permitted on HPN trails or in the common areas such as the drainage channel and detention pond.  Please remind your children that they should not play around or under the bridges as those areas are not safe.  And recently we found the remains of a couple small campfires along the trail - that is strictly prohibited as it is a fire danger to the entire community.
 
Trim your Trees now to comply with safety ordinances!
The City of Pflugerville Ordinances require that trees must hang no less than 8 ft above sidewalks and 14 ft above the street. These ordinances ensure that recreational sidewalk use and emergency vehicle roadway use is not inhibited by tree growth or limbs. It is imperative that homeowners comply and trim trees on their property to Ordinance Standards by November 1, 2016.   Starting November 1, homes in violation will receive a door hanger notice two weeks prior to city enforcement trimming. City crews will visit subdivisions and cut trees that do not meet the standards and clearance requirements. City crews will cut trees straight across at the desired height, thus homeowners desiring more aesthetic cuts are encouraged to complete their tree trimming before enforcement begins on November 1. For questions, please call public works at 512-990-6400. 
 
HPN Walking Trail
Phase 3a of our walking trail (parallel to Portchester Castle) is finished and we are working with the city to get approval for the pedestrian bridge installation over the detention pond outflow so we can install it before construction starts on the Stonehill Park (and access for a crane to install the bridge is cut off). The trail on both sides of the bridge will be the final phase of our trail to be completed sometime in late 2017 or early 2018, pending approval for project funding at our 2017 annual meeting in June.  Many thanks to HPN's own Jacob Edwards and his Boy Scout Troop for building and installing two wooden benches along our trail as his Eagle project.  They look great and provide a comfortable place for our walkers to sit and rest.   

HPN Community Park Construction
 The HPN Community Park (corner of Portchester and Kensington) is getting closer to the start of construction.  We're keeping our fingers crossed that the city will approve the revised building plans that our contractor recently submitted. 
 
National Night Out
The HPN NNO event was held on Tuesday, October 4 and was a huge success!  Thanks to Pflugerville Police Department Officer de la Rosa for stopping by to visit and a special thanks to the HPN Social Committee volunteers for organizing such a great event.
 
 
HPN needs volunteers for the Social and other committees
Events like our NNO, Annual Pool Party and Easter Eggstravaganza are only possible because volunteers plan and organize them!  Please contact the the HPN Social Committee if you can help!
 
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Be a good neighbor when walking your dog!
When you walk your dog on our trail or on a sidewalk, it’s important to bring a plastic bag and pick up your pet's waste.  Pet waste is unsightly, creates odor, and most importantly, your neighbors do not want to clean up after YOUR dog.  It's also the law! Not only is this the neighborly thing to do, but picking up pet waste helps keep bacteria and harmful pollutants out of Pflugerville's storm sewers and waterways, which are a part of our drinking supply! Thank you to everyone who is doing their duty and picking up your pet's waste!  If you see someone who forgets, please remind them!
 
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Yard of the Month
NEIGHBORHOOD CHOICE AWARD - 809 Kingston Lacy
WINTER WONDERLAND AWARD - 704 Abbey Glen Castle
JINGLE BELL AWARD - 705 Abbey Glen Castle
THE HOLIDAY AWARD - 712 Busleigh Castle
THE GRISWOLD AWARD - 18937 Edinburgh Castle (2014 Winner)
 
HONORABLE MENTION
816 Portchester Castle (previous 2015 winner)
18912 Alnwick Castle 
708 Busleigh Castle (previous 2014 Winner)
 

Welcome New Neighbors
Welcome to our new neighbors 
September-December
617 Windsor Castle Drive
620 Stokesay Castle Path
18816 Edinburgh Castle Road
18709 Caisteal Castle Path
909 Portchester Castle Path
18920 Alnwick Castle Drive

 
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