- Access to Community Docs October 30, 2014Association members are welcome to read official association documents. There’s nothing secret about the business of the association. In fact, you should already have copies of key documents like the bylaws or rules. Other common documents that are open for members to review include: Board meeting minutes Insurance policies Financial statements and annual audits Declaration […]
- Reduce Home Energy Bills October 17, 2014U.S. homeowners can lower home energy bills, lower federal income taxes and increase home comfort by making energy efficiency home improvements that qualify for up to $1,500 in federal income tax credits. Consumers who make energy-efficient upgrades can also reduce their personal carbon footprint because using less energy at home means emitting less pollution too. […]
- Important Information for Landlords October 3, 2014If you are an owner who leases your unit, we’d like to make the leasing experience successful and positive for everyone by informing you of your responsibilities. This will help preserve your property value specifically and maintain the association’s property value in general. Your tenants may not be familiar with common-interest community living. Please take […]
- Do It Yourself Pest Control September 24, 2014Pests inside your home can be annoying, harmful and downright scary. Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to combat pest problems. Of course, your first stop can be your last by calling an exterminator—and don’t hesitate to call the manager if you need a recommendation. But you can often save time and money […]
The Board of Directors of the Harbor Island Owners Association welcomes you to your neighborhood website. Please visit often to see what is going on in your neighborhood.
On this site you will find helpful information, including the Covenants and Restrictions, Board Meeting Schedule and Minutes, ARB forms, and more. Enjoy your visit!
State of the Community
Read the latest on the state of the Harbor Island Community from the Board President. Click the link below.
PARKING ON THE STREETS
Parking on the streets in the neighborhood is a continuing problem. Please be mindful of your neighbors and do not block driveways or access to mailboxes. Please utilize your garage and driveway first and avoid parking on the street whenever possible.
November 5, 2014 - 6:30pm