BE A GOOD HARRODS VIEW NEIGHBOR:
Read and contribute to the Q & A section and obey our deed restrictions and city ordinances.
Pick up litter in the neighborhood. Let's keep Harrods View beautiful.
Keep trees trimmed so limbs do not obstruct persons using the sidewalks.
Do not park cars on sidewalks. Neighbors should be able to use all sidewalks.
Pick up dog waste when you walk your dog.
Neighborhood speed limit is 25 mph. Please watch your speed.
Be mindful of your neighbors if you are creating a disturbance across your property boundary. Read and obey the noise ordinance.
No activity may be carried on upon any property that is an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood.
Place roll cart garbage containers on curb no sooner than 4:00 pm on day before collection and remove by 7:00 pm on day of collection.
Do not store roll cart garbage containers in front of home. Place them inside garage or in side yard or back yard.
No fence can extend toward the front of the house past the rear corner.
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November has arrived bringing color to our trees and shrubs. We have already had subfreezing temperatures. Leaves are being blown everywhere. Time to get out the rakes and begin that seemingly endless chore. But enjoy the beauty of our trees … Continue reading
According to our 10th District LFUCG Councilmember Amanda Mays Bledsoe’s newsletter, The Fountains of Palomar, LLC have applied for a zone change for the property across Man-O-War Boulevard from the Palomar Centre. The property includes the Christ United … Continue reading
Harrods View is a beautiful neighborhood in a great location in a great city. As our homes age, it is important that we step out on the sidewalk and look at our home’s curb appeal. How does your property look … Continue reading
Please become a member of your neighborhood. The HVNA has been in existence since 1988 when it was incorporated as a nonprofit corporation. Any Harrods View resident has the option of joining the HVNA by submitting a completed membership form … Continue reading
Thank you for visiting the Harrods View Neighborhood Association (HVNA) website. I hope you find our website useful and informative. Like many of you, I also work full time and face the same challenges of time management and priority placement … Continue reading