High Pointe

Turkey drive pics

Despite the bad weather, the HOA and Community Garden collected 141 canned goods, 10 hams, 10 roasts, 16 cornish hen's, and 3 packs of chicken drumsticks.  We thank all who donated to the food drive. In addition, two residents donated a truck full of food that was not counted.

MEMO: New Cameras In High Pointe 

High Pointe Public Improvement District meets on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30 p.m. at High Pointe Baptist Church (101 High Pointe Lane)


Next meeting - Thursday, February 11 at 6:30 pm via zoom AGENDA 


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This outstanding planned community that began development in the early 1980s is now home to over 2,700 households. Residents of High Pointe pioneered the City’s first Public Improvement District in October 1998. The PID board manages improvement projects and special supplemental services within the district.

A separate voluntary entity, the High Pointe Homeowners’ Association, has developed an impressive group of resident leaders that reach out to their neighborhood and the community through regular meetings, special events, voluntarism, newsletters and community partnerships.

  • Neighborhood: High Pointe Homeowners’ Association (PDF)
  • Developed: 1980
  • Number of Tracts: 2,757
  • Special Features: neighborhood parks (4) with:
    • gazebo
    • walking trail
    • pond
    • playground equipment
    • sports fields
  • President: Delores Shaw
  • Contact: Email J.D. Hemphill
  • Organization Type: homeowners’ association - HOA
  • Participation: voluntary

Board of Direcors

President Delores Shaw
Treasurer Nedra Fain
Secretary  J. D. Hemphill-McDonald

Get involved in your neighborhood. Consider joining the High Pointe HOA today!

Cost: $15 per year or $25 for two years

Join today!