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.
Hiddenbrooke Parkway Re-Landscaping
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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 Olsen at (707) 649-3817 to voice your concerns or report any problems. Thank you.
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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.
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…
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…