General Questions

  1. What is a Neighborhood Association?
  2. Is this not my HOA?
What is a Neighborhood Association?

A neighborhood association (NA) is a group of residents who advocate for and help organize activities within a neighborhood and work together on behalf of issues, concerns, and opportunities that affect the community.

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Is this not my HOA?

The term neighborhood association is sometimes incorrectly used instead of homeowners association (HOA). But neighborhood associations are not homeowners associations (HOA). An HOA, our HOAs, is a group of property owners with the legal authority to enforce rules and regulations that focus on restrictions and building and safety issues.  A Neighborhood Association is your advocate on behalf of issues, concerns, and opportunities that affect the community. To learn more click here.

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Membership

  1. I don’t live in Steiner Ranch, can I join?
  2. I’m not a home owner, can I join?
  3. How much are annual dues?
  4. To what benefits are dues applied?
I don’t live in Steiner Ranch, can I join?

Absolutely! The point of a Neighborhood Association is to reach beyond traditional boundaries to include everyone in a community. That said, there are boundaries; check here to see if you live with in our boundaries and we’ll see you at the next meeting!

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I’m not a home owner, can I join?

You sure can! Renters, business owners, those working within the Association’s boundaries, and home owners are welcome.

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How much are annual dues?

Set for this the 2012 calendar year, dues are $50 per household and subject to change by the board each year.

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To what benefits are dues applied?

You participation in the Association includes annual dues. While the Association endeavors to listen to everyone and you can contact us with concerns regardless of your membership with the Association, only dues paying members can attend meetings, vote on issues and budgeting, and vote for the Association board members.

As determined by the board and voting members, dues serve a general fund for use in operating the Association, hosting or supporting events, getting involved in community issues and concerns, and tackling issues of concern to the membership.

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