Armbrust Acres Homeowners Association
The Homeowners Association is the cornerstone of a planned residential community. It brings continuity and order to the community, it preserves the architectural integrity and it maintains the common elements. Properly run, the association promotes the concept of “community” and protects the neighborhood’s property values. In many cases, it collectively makes available recreational and other facilities that might not otherwise be affordable or available to homeowners and residents on an individual basis.
What does AAHA do for me?
Park and Ballfield
Dues cover the construction and mainenance of our public spaces, pavilion, playground, and baseball field.
Our team of volunteers plans activities, enforces covenants, manages city/county taxes, coordinates maintenance and improvement projects, and more.
Dues fund neighborhood events throughout the year, including summer music in the park and the annual 4th of July festivities.
The quarterly newsletter, Facebook group page, Citizen's Patrol and other groups are available to bring you news and connect you with our community.
Entrances and Circles
Dues pay for the beautiful landscaping adorning our neighborhood entrances and the garden beds in our circles.
Representation for city planning decisions, public school initiatives, and community groups like non-profits.