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Welcome to Crestridge!

Welcome to Crestridge Subdivision. When you purchased your home in Crestridge, you automatically became a member of the Crestridge Home Owners Association. As such, you promised to pay annual association dues and abide by the deed restrictions incumbent upon you as a resident. Please don’t let the deed restrictions intimidate, confuse, frighten, or anger you.

They are in place for the welfare of all so that we may enjoy our neighborhood, live in peace, and feel right at home here in Crestridge. Be assured, that most requests for changes to your property will be approved unless there is a real compelling reason for denial, such as a structural or cosmetic impediment to you or your neighbors.

All residents, however, are encouraged to become fully aware of residential responsibilities and respect them. Please read the Deed Restrictions carefully as they contain some minor changes from those now in your possession.

Thank you for choosing Crestridge as your home, for being a good neighbor, and a real credit to our community.

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Does anyone know who I contact to put an artical in the Crestridge Community Newspaper? I remember in the las one they stated a website but I only found this one and this dosn't have a link to it.... more
Started: July 1st 2011Replies: 0

HOA Board

The fight is over. The people who live in the 1300 homes in the Longs Creek subdivision on the Northeast Side have finally taken back their homeowners' association. The remaining board members who... more
Started: August 11th 2010Replies: 0

Board Meeting

Attended the Board Meeting on Tuesday, May 25th where only the President of the Executive Board attended and about twelve residents.  We learned the ditch is being mowed three times a year by... more
Started: May 26th 2010Replies: 0

Neighborhood Resource Guide

Find essential information for homeowners, associations, and the community.
How To Select The Right HOA Management Company
Questionshowsm Four tips to help you select the right firm for your community. Your homeowner association’s management firm acts as your community’s fiduciary, which means it must do what is in the best interest ...
The Association Calendar: Guide to Important Dates
Calendar1_th As board members change from year to year, it can be difficult to keep track of due dates for various association responsibilities . . . such as when the association audit should be completed, when the...
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