Welcome to Dogwood Park Homeowners’ Association. We’re so pleased you’ve chosen Dogwood as your home. We don’t say you’ve chosen a home in Dogwood, because you’ve literally moved into a community where all of Dogwood, and everything Dogwood has to offer, is yours and part of your family experience. By joining this family of residents, you've spoken volumes as to your appreciation for an organized effort to provide family facilities and establish rules of good order. Since 1975, we’ve carefully crafted this planned community that offers exceptional amenities for your family’s enjoyment and leisure. We’ve developed a nature trail that brings nature to your doorstep. Our tennis courts and playground provide excellent opportunity for fun and fitness. The clubhouse provides a reasonably priced place for formal gatherings and a pool that will keep the kids busy all summer. In Dogwood, you have an elected Board of Directors that represents you in neighborhood improvement projects, enforces rules and regulations, and even politically intervenes in issues deemed unproductive to our community. Our neighborhood is architecturally controlled to ensure the quality of construction and additions meet the standards of our residents. This effort ensures a consistent standard of excellence and contributes to retaining or increasing the value in our homes.
We've put together this website to assist you in settling into you new community. We're providing useful phone numbers and HOA information. We hope it helps you. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to contact the business office, located in the clubhouse, at 949-1033. The business office is open during the week most days from 9 AM to 1 PM. On Thursday it is open from 2 PM to 6 PM. It is also open the last Saturday of the month from 9 AM to 1 PM.
Again, welcome to the neighborhood, where we're working together for a better community.
The Board of Directors
Since its inception in 1975, Dogwood Park Homeowners Association, Inc. has existed to promote the health, safety, and welfare of the residents of the various Dogwood subdivisions. Additionally, it has existed to provide architectural control of residence lots and common areas and the development, improvement, maintenance, preservation, operation, and control of the common areas.