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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.   
 
Neighborhood News
Winter Storm Tree Debris Disposal 
Sharing some helpful information regarding the ice storm that is impacting Central Texas and our neighborhood. Many trees in our neighborhood have significant damage. Please be safe by avoiding walking under trees on sidewalks and trails.  
 
Downed trees and limbs options for disposal:
Ice storms are generally considered to be an "Act of God", so limbs and trees that fall into your yard, regardless of where the tree trunk is located, are typically your responsibility to clean up from your yard.  You can hire a tree trimmer or you can dispose of limbs yourself - here's some options: 
 
City of Pflugerville Update 2/2/23
Our community was impacted significantly by the recent winter storm, and many homeowners experienced damage to trees and brush due to heavy ice accumulation. The City of Pflugerville understands the inconvenience the storm has caused and stands ready to help homeowners address this issue. Therefore, the City is providing the following options to help city and extra-territorial jurisdiction (ETJ) homeowners to dispose of tree limbs and brush debris caused by the recent winter storm as quickly and easily as possible and free of charge:
 
Curbside pick-up: City and ETJ homeowners who are Waste Connection customers can place tree limb/brush debris curbside for pick up by Waste Connections during the weeks of Feb. 6 and Feb. 13. This curbside pick-up is free to Waste Connection customers, and will closely follow customers’ scheduled trash pick-up days, so there’s no need to schedule separate tree limb/brush pick-ups.
Update: City of Pflugerville Facebook post 2/2/23: "You do not need to cut limbs/brush to a certain size. We just need them on the curb!"
 
Drop-off: From Feb. 6 through Feb. 20, City and ETJ homeowners who want to dispose of their tree limb/brush debris before their scheduled trash pick-up day may do so from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. at the following locations - Pflugerville Recycle Center (15500 Sun Light Near Way); Pfennig Park (1301 West Pfennig Lane), and 103 W. Railroad Ave. The City is temporarily waiving fees and volume rules, and residents won’t be charged for more than two cubic yards.
 
Note: City and ETJ homeowners who need to dispose of their tree limb/brush debris sooner may do so by visiting the Recycle Center on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 3-4, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and all fees will be waived on those dates.  For more information, visit www.pflugervilletx.gov/recyclecenter.
(posted 2/1/23 updated 2/2/23)
 
 
Tree & Limb Debris violations on hold through Feb. 15
The board has directed our Community Inspector to hold Tree & Limb Debris violations through February 15 to provide everyone time to complete clean up. If you find that you need additional time to complete your cleanup after February 15, please email manager@hpnhoa.org at that time to request an extension.  HPN HOA has been in contact with our tree trimmer to schedule cleanup of limbs that have fallen in our common areas. This work will be completed as soon as it is safe to do so and the vendor can get us on the schedule.  (posted 2/1/23) 
 
Chimney and Siding Maintenance
Our Community Inspector has noted many homes in our neighborhood with chimneys in need of painting and exterior siding/masonry in need of cleaning. The board has asked Associa to hold off on issuing violations for these items until June 30 to provide homeowners time to paint, repair or clean mildew/mold from chimneys and siding/masonry, if in need of maintenance. Everyone's cooperation is appreciated.  (posted 4/10/22)  
 
 

Yard of the Month
2022 Holiday Decorating Contest
 
The Highland Park North HOA Yard of the Month Committee volunteers selected winners in four categories and residents voted for their favorite holiday decorated home for the Neighborhood Choice award.  Congrats to our winners and thank you to our YOM Volunteer Committee for all the time spent judging this year!  
 
NEIGHBORHOOD CHOICE AWARD
712 Busleigh Castle
 
WINTER WONDERLAND AWARD 
1028 Portchester Castle
 
HOLIDAY AWARD
612 Busleigh Castle
 
GRISWOLD AWARD
1008 Pendragon Castle
 
JINGLE BELL AWARD
18908 Carlisle Castle 
 
Click here to view all 2022 Yard of the Month Winners. 

 
Events
HPN HOA Regular Board Meeting
Thursday, March 2nd, 7:00pm
You must register in advance for this online meeting at least one hour before the meeting start time. The Board Meeting is open to all homeowners and time is provided at the beginning of the meeting for homeowners to provide input to the board. The agenda is posted on hpnhoa.org under Minutes/Financials no later than 144 hours prior to the meeting. The board meets in closed executive session prior to the board meeting. 
Neighborhood Garage Sale
Saturday, March 25th, 7am-Noon
Mark your calendars and start cleaning out your closets for our semi-annual garage sale! You are encouraged to host your sale in your driveway or join with other neighbors in a group. Signs will be put out to drive traffic into the neighborhood and advertisements will be posted on craigslist.
Annual HPN Easter Eggstravaganza!
Saturday, April 1st, 11:00am-1:00pm at HPN Amenity Center, 700 Kingston Lacy Boulevard
Mark your calendars and watch here for more details as the date gets closer.  Help make this event a success by volunteering! Please email social@hpnhoa.org if you can help! 
 

Architectural Reviews
All exterior changes performed to your home and lot including, but not limited to roof replacement, fences, changing paint colors, solar panels, etc., require pre-approval from the ACC before work starts, unless specifically listed as an exception in the CC&R Supplemental Guidelines.  Click for more information. 

Welcome New Neighbors
Welcome to our new neighbors Sep-Jan
 
924 Abbeyglen Castle Drive
913 Balmoral Castle Court
1128 Portchester Castle Path
18713 Caisteal Castle Path
 

HPN Pool
HPN Pool/Restrooms
Closed For The Season
See You in May 2023!
 

 

Important Reminders
HPN Volunteers Needed!
HPN needs volunteers for the Social and other committees. Events like our National Night Out, Block Parties, Annual Pool Party and Easter Eggstravaganza are only possible because volunteers plan and organize them. If you can help with future events, please contact the the HPN Social Committee.
 
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