WE BELIEVE THAT HAMPTON HILLS is one of the best-kept secrets in Oak Cliff. We have a legacy of consistent community-building activity and neighborhood improvement, along with effective engagement with the city and other neighborhood associations. Membership in the Hampton Hills Neighborhood Association makes this possible.
Why should you join the HHNA?
A strong neighborhood is made possible in great part by a strong neighborhood association. When people search for a special place to live and raise their families, they look for more than a house. They want a neighborhood that is friendly, caring and safe—one that values diversity, rewards hard work, and celebrates its people. That’s what Hampton Hills has to offer, primarily because of the HHNA.
By joining the HHNA, you’re doing your part to build on this legacy.
Where exactly does your money go?
Association dues go towards various social and civic projects that make Hampton Hills feel like a cohesive, welcoming place to live. Some specifics include:
- Neighborhood communications, including online resources such as this website, our Facebook page, Twitter feed and other platforms
- Annual neighborhood events, such as the Neighborhood Yard Sale, National Night Out, and more
- Signature Hampton Hills signage with information displayed throughout the neighborhood
- Effective representation for the neighborhood to the City of Dallas and our district City Councilmember to advocate for our the safety and improvement of our neighborhood
None of this would be possible without membership dues and the many volunteers who make these and so many other things happen.
Our membership rates are a bargain when compared to how much work goes into the Association and all of our year-round and year-after-year activities for a neighborhood of this size.
Join us today and become a fully engaged member of the HHNA.
How do you benefit from joining?
There are many civic and personal benefits to joining a neighborhood association. Members of the HHNA have a voice about how they are represented in the city, receive recognition at neighborhood events, and are eligible to vote at the Annual Membership meeting. Additionally, they are invited to members-only parties and receive special discounts at area merchants and other opportunities.
Is this an HOA and is joining mandatory?
Joining the HHNA is voluntary. We are not a Homeowners Association, and there is an important difference. We seek to represent the whole of the neighborhood as best we can when it comes to local governance issues with the City and County, as well as enhance the social life of the community in many different ways. We specifically do not regulate how people live or what they can do with their property, nor do we have a role in enforcing city codes and legal compliance.
Become a member today! Email HHNA’s leadership team for more information.