2015 Association Dues $45
Payments are due by May 1, 2015

  • 2013 Easter Egg Hunt
Huntington Hills Civic Association
P.O. Box 458
Pickerington, Ohio 43147


Huntington Hills E-mail Blast




Huntington Hills

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November 28, 2014


Sana Mailboxes go up


On Huntington Way by Refugee and

Huntington Way and Forest Lane








December 13, 2014


Santa Letters picked up at NOON

Holiday Lights judging


Santa letters due at NOON




December 14, 2014


Santa Visits


5 – 8 PM


January 8, 2015


Trustee meeting


6:30 at Pickerington Library



February 12, 2015


Trustee meeting


6:30 at Pickerington Library



March 12, 2015



Trustee Meeting


6:30 at Pickerington Library



March 29, 2015


Easter Egg Hunt


3:00 Park


April 9, 2015


Trustee meeting


6:30 at Pickerington Library



May 14, 2015


Annual meeting


6: 30 at Park


May 15 and 16, 2015


Garage Sale


Friday 9-3

Saturday 8 - 4

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Phone Book

We are working on the new Huntington Hills Civic Association Directory and we need your help to make this the most accurate and up-to-date resource for all of our neighbors and friends!

Please take a minute to update your information — whether you are a new resident to our community or have new additions to your family, or just need to update the ages of your kids.

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The proposed consolidated Declaration -- more commonly known as the warranty deed or "deed restrictions" -- is now available for download here: http://huntington-hills.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=147&Itemid=25

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The Bylaws for the Huntington Hills Civic Association are now available for download here: http://www.huntington-hills.org/index.php?option=com_docman&task=doc_download&gid=90&Itemid=9

These Bylaws have been filed with the Fairfield County Recorder's Office and brings the HHCA into compliance with the State of Ohio Homeowner's Association Law.

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A primary responsibility of every homeowner within a community association is to timely and fully pay the maintenance and reserve assessments. Every association is a not-for-profit corporation dependent upon payments for smooth operation. If only one owner fails to pay a thousand dollars worth of fees, then the association is forced to cut back on a thousand dollars worth of services such as painting or landscaping.

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