Highland Park at Oconee
Below you will find information specific to your Community including:
Important Contact Information and more!
Please confirm assessment amount and due dates on your Community Portal as they are subject to change.
$612 - Annually. Payable in 2 installments of $306.
Payment Due Date(s):
February 1, May 1
$400 - All Sales
YOUR COMMUNITY PORTAL
Visit your Community Portal to view more in-depth community information like your account balance, make payments, check the status of requests, review important documents like annual meeting minutes, community financials and newsletters, download architectural design and review (ARC/ACC) forms, access upcoming activities and events, etc.
For More on Your Account and Community
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN AND REVIEW
Making changes to your home or property?
Wait! Before you start a project, you may need approval from your Association first.
Many community associations require property improvements or modifications (including changes to your home, plantings, play equipment, etc.) to be submitted for approval prior to the start of work. Projects often have particular standards (like what type of fence you can install, what materials to use, paint colors or even the type of grass you can plant). This information can be found in your Association’s Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions. Failure to follow your Association’s guidelines could result in strict and costly penalties, so please know what is required in your Community first. Click on the button below to access your Community's architectural change form.
If you have questions, reach out to us! We are happy to help!
Commonly Asked Questions
NEW TO THE COMMUNITY
Welcome to the Neighborhood!
We are so happy you chose such a great community to call home! Please be sure to create an account in your Community Portal to access your account information and community documents. Also, please be sure to register your email address so you can stay current on all the latest community updates and communications. For instructions on creating an account in the portal, please check out the FAQs or reach out to your association manager. Again, welcome to the neighborhood!
Selling your property?
To list your home, your realtor may ask for some information about the community and the Association. You can get most of that information on this page or by logging into your Community Portal. For more information, check out the FAQs.
Then, once you have an offer on your home, your realtor or closing attorney will need to order formal closing documents (closing or estoppel letters) to obtain a state of your account. You can share the link below with them so they can initiate this process.
Important! At closing, be sure to give the buyer of your home ALL amenity access cards, remotes, pool key fobs, keys, etc.