The CPN community consists of more than 30 individual neighborhood HOAs, each with its own Board of Directors, set of covenants (rules and regulations), Management Company, and dues billing. Each board determines the priorities for its particular neighborhood.
The services provided by the individual HOAs vary, but many include: trash collection; maintenance of common areas, pools, clubhouses, and other facilities; neighborhood social events; and oversight of covenants and architectural guidelines. Town homes, patio homes, and gated neighborhoods typically have additional property and maintenance associations, services, and dues.
Each of these neighborhood HOAs has a section in this newsletter (refer to page two for an index). In addition, each HOA has a separate section on the CPN web site, www.cpnhoa.org, which can be accessed by clicking on the “Neighborhood HOAs” tab. Each HOA board determines what information is published on its site, such as news, minutes, financial statements, and governing documents. Many of the neighborhood HOA’s are also choosing to distribute news and notices to its membership via the Master Association’s e-mail Alert system.