2023 Annual Homeowners' Meeting
See here for updates on the scheduling of the 2023 Hilltop HOA Homeowners’ Meeting.
Meeting details and materials are also emailed, so please be sure that the Property Manager has your updated email address. Contact ManagementHilltopHOA@gmail.com with any updates to your contact information.
Your Maintenance fees at work.
As previously announced by email, your Board is working with Zimmerman’s roofing to replace all chimney outer surfaces. The old, cracked stucco will be removed, all flashing replaced and new vinyl siding installed. If there is water damage to the underlying wood structure (box), that will also be replaced. This will be done for all chimneys over a 5-year period.
Roof and other surfaces inspections:
Update (7/23/20): all units in Hilltop have been inspected. This included the roof, chimneys, gutters, downspouts, and siding. At that time all gutters and skylights were cleaned and minor repairs made at no additional charge.
Zimmerman’s has given a report to the Board listing all repairs needed, including photos. Since most are serious (repair or prevent leaks) the Board has contracted Zimmerman’s to fix ALL repairs. This should be completed during August (weather permitting).
Nearly ALL units in Hilltop require repairs, primarily replacing cracked vent boots. We appreciate your cooperation in helping Zimmerman’s compete all repairs in a timely manner.
Chimney resurfacing: (over the next 5 years)
Each plex will be notified in advance. At that time you will have the option to have your chimney removed (for example, if you now have a gas fireplace) at no charge and/or a non-functioning satellite dish antenna removed for a special price of $197. (Note: when a home is sold any dish antenna must be removed and all roof repairs made unless the buyer states in writing that they want the dish and will be responsible for it.)
If you have old skylights
The old “dome” skylights (those not replaced when roofs were replaced 12-15 years ago) are ALL in very poor condition and likely leaking. Zimmerman’s advises that they should be replaced ASAP. Zimmerman’s can do it for you or you can hire a licensed contractor of your choice. If you do, you MUST notify the Board and get the OK BEFORE any work begins.
Note: Skylights are NOT HOA responsibility. Per Hilltop governing documents, all skylights are owner responsibility.
Q: What if I don’t want to replace my skylights?
Should a leaking skylight cause roof damage, the owner will be responsible for the cost of that roof repair.
Additional information will be provided to those few homes affected by this.
Important information sent to all in May
The HOA on May 1 mailed a packet of information to all owners and tenants/residents. If you do NOT have this, or have moved in after May 1, the same information is now on this website.
PLEASE BE SURE TO READ THIS IMPORTANT INFORMATION!
The packet contained the following:
Contact information form – this is to be sure that we have the most up-to-date contact information for all residents so that we can both mail and email you in a timely manner.
Updated Rules and Regulations
Updated Penalties and Fines Policy
FAQs – this is new and will help answer some of the most common questions.