FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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WHAT ARE THE RULES OF THE COMMUNITY?
The governing documents of the community are as follows:
Uniformed Planned Community Act 68 pa.c.s
HHPOA By Laws
HHPOA Rules and Regulations
These documents can be found in the HHPOA Governing Documents section.
WHAT ARE THE ASSESSMENTS; WHEN ARE THEY DUE AND HOW DO I PAY THEM?
Annual assessments of "dues" are required to be paid yearly, in order to be a Member in Good Standing. Being a Member in Good Standing is required to be able to take advantage of the Amenities provided in the community. The dues paid are what keep the community running, it is how the roads and amenities are maintained.
Dues are due to be paid on April 1 yearly unless otherwise billed.
Dues for an improved lot are currently $650.00 a year.
Dues for an unimproved lot are currently $300.00 a year.
Dues can be paid by mail, or in person; by check, or money order.
WHAT IS A RESALE CERTIFICATE; HOW DO I OBTAIN ONE?
A resale certificate is required when selling a property within Hickory Hills Property Owners Association. This document provides the Title Company and Buyer with information regarding any outstanding balances owed to the HOA. The Resale Certificate also contains the right of first refusal.
A Resale certificate can be obtained by completing and submitting the request form, which is available in the HHPOA FORMS section, and the certificate fee of $250.00. Be sure to complete the form entirely.
CAN I RENT THE CLUBHOUSE AND HAVE A PARTY?
Yes. Under the HHPOA FORMS section you will find a Clubhouse Rental Agreement. There is a $100 rental fee, and a $50 deposit required to rent the clubhouse to use for private family events.