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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.


We have made some updates to the Design Guidelines:


Maintain Your Property.  Violations Are Very Expensive!

Our Compliance Program is designed to protect our property values.  Properties that are not well maintained are a problem for all of us.  We have inspections monthly.  Fines for violations are expensive.  Once fines start, they will continue until the problem is fixed.  Please see the “Compliance Program and Fines Schedule” that was approved by the Board in April 2023.

HPOA Compliance Program & Fines Update – Effective April 2023

Click here to download important Phone Numbers to keep on your fridge.

Meeting to discuss the proposed Hiddenbrooke Roundabout

WHEN: Wed, Feb. 28th
7:00 PM to 8:30PM
WHERE:  Garden Room HB Club
Video conferencing through ZOOM also available (link will be provided).

As the design of the proposed Roundabout at the entrance of Hiddenbrooke is 95% complete the HPOA Board has requested that the City make a presentation to the Homeowners of Hiddenbrooke and obtain feedback from them.

There are critical questions that the City is being asked to address at the meeting (see below questions)


1)  What happens to the money set aside for the I-80 Hiddenbrooke interchange if the Roundabout is not built?

2)  There is a shortfall of $2.8 million.

  1. What monies are available to pay for the shortfall?
  2. Can the project be built in two phases with the first being the Hiddenbrooke side?
  3. Can the American Canyon side be eliminated?

3)  Please provide a basic landscaping plan and enhanced one with initial costs and ongoing maintenance. Include in the estimates water, irrigation, damage repairs, shrub and tree maintenance and replacement, etc.

4)  Who will maintain the landscaping?

  1.  Will the HMD be allowed to maintain the landscaping?
  2.  If there are funds left over from Phase I (Hiddenbrooke side) can they be used for ongoing landscaping maintenance?

The HPOA would like to thank Hiddenbrooke Hills by Wedgewood Weddings for making the meeting spot available free of charge.

Robert Schussel, PhD.


HPOA Board Meeting

No open meeting in February. Next open meeting March 27

Zoom Mtg Link:

Zoom Meeting ID: 854 3391 8862
Zoom Passcode: 529558
You can also dial in using your phone:

Next HARC Meeting

Wednesday, Feb 13, 2024 at 7pm via zoom

Click here for future HPOA and HARC scheduled meeting

5022 Staghorn - Contest winnerThank you to all the participants in the HPOA lighting contest. The winner was 5022 Staghorn. 


The Winter Wonderland event was a huge success, and we thank all that participated. Click here to see some photos.  


Bocce at the HP Park every Saturday morning. Check Nextdoor for starting time.

Visit Vallejo Event Calendar

GVRD Event Calendar

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Christmas Tree and Poinsettia Sales at Loma Vista Farm

Bring your kids to visit all the lovely animals at the farm, then purchase your tree or poinsettias for a good cause. All proceeds go toward the care of the animals. For details of hours click here

HPOA does not endorse the events but want to share what is happening in Vallejo and the surrounding communities.


Parkway Update:

This major project is complete, and the Parkway looks terrific! We appreciate all the hard work done by McGuire and Hester. They will be back off & on for a couple of months to monitor the irrigation system and to replace plants as needed.  

Who to Call

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 Olson at (707) 649-3417 to voice your concerns or report any problems. Thank you.


HPOA and HARC Meeting Minutes for the last 5 years.

If you are looking for minutes further back please email us at hpoaboard@protonmail.com

Click here for a list of HOAs and their street names

Click here to access the other documents and forms page


The Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association, Inc. (HPOA) is a mandatory association of Hiddenbrooke property owners in Vallejo, Ca. The organization was formed in November 2005 by a majority vote of 1,200+ Hiddenbrooke property owners based upon CC&Rs recorded by the Master Developer. HPOA is a California non-profit mutual benefit corporation and operates under California Corporate Law. Unlike many homeowner’s associations, HPOA does not own any common area property.

collage of HB Park opening ceremony
Hiddenbrooke Plaza

Hiddenbrooke Architectural Review Committee (HARC)

The Hiddenbrooke Architectural Review Committee (HARC) is the entity in the CC&Rs to ensure that the goals in the Hiddenbrooke Landscape and Design Guidelines are fulfilled. The intent of these guidelines is to maintain a memorable community image with…

waterfall at entrance of Hiddenbrooke Community

Hiddenbrooke Maintenance District Advisory Committee (HMDAC)

The Hiddenbrooke Maintenance District (HMD) takes care of the landscape along Hiddenbrooke Parkway including the portion within Napa County and the slopes around the Plaza, the waterfall at the entrance, the gazebo park area, the toddler play area, the benches near the…

Hiddenbrooke Golf Course

Hiddenbrooke Improvement District Advisory Committee (HIDAC)

The Hiddenbrooke Improvement District (HID) was created by the City in 1998 to fund municipal capital infrastructure improvements in the valley (streets, streetlights, water, sewer, etc.).