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The Purpose of the South Park Neighborhood Association is to enjoy a safe, 
clean, and friendly neighborhood by establishing a working relationship between 
neighbors, businesses,  government leaders and organizations.

The Purpose of South Park Neighborhood Association is to enjoy a safe, clean, and friendly neighborhood by establishing a working relationship between neighbors, businesses,  government leaders and organizations.

 

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Junk Cars Need a New Home!!!

I have a neighbor that has roughly 6 vehicles the majority of the vehicles are parked on the street taking up any parking space available for the entire block.  Not sure what else to do.....we... more
Started: February 15th 2009Replies: 0

Keep Annual Flowers!

When the Park and Recreation Department vacates the Botanical Center in July 2004, it will lose the ability to grow and provide plants to public groups and organizations. In 2003, 122 public groups... more
Started: March 21st 2004Replies: 0

Roll Call! Who knew?

I am curious to see who all actually knew this website existed.  Once I found it, I see there is very limited activity.  I'd love to "see" all of the people who are active on this board as... more
Started: February 14th 2010Replies: 9

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Staging Your Home For Sale: Top Five Tips
Stagingsm Staging your home can improve your sale price and get your home off the market quickly. Learn the top five things to do when staging your home for sale. Home staging is becoming more popular as buyers become ...

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What are Dust Mites?
Asthmathumb Dust mites are tiny insects that are invisible to the naked eye. Every home has dust mites. They feed on human skin flakes and are found in mattresses, pillows, carpets, upholstered furniture, bedcovers,...
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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 ...
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