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Welcome To Your HPE Website    
Updated: 8/8/15
 
(Make sure you scroll down the page to see everything!)
 
~ New To The Website ~
The latest additions to your website are the following items:
 
As Of 7-10-2015:
  1. In the "Important Messages" box, updated the HPE Playground information.
  2. Added the "Caught Being Helpful In Huntington" box indicating how a group of residents "cleaned up" the Picnic Tables and Pool Pavilion.
  3. In the "Board Meeting Minutes" link on the left side of this Home Page, the Meeting Minutes for June, 2015.
As Of 8-8-2015:
  1. Added the need for an additional Architectural Control Committee member in the "Important Messages" box under the "WE STILL NEED VOLUNTEERS!" section.

~ Important Messages ~
 
REGARDING THE HPE PLAYGROUND CONSTRUCTION -
The old Playground was removed on June 29th.
A new Playground is currently being designed.
Stay tuned for further information.
 
 
AN IMPORTANT SAFETY MESSAGE:
The control of some dogs in our community has become an issue.
Dogs not on a leash or not within an Electric Fence have chased people beyond the sidewalk or into the street.  Other dogs who are on a leash but with too much slack could easily trip others.  This interference concerns the safety of small children, elderly residents, bicycle riders and other dogs and/or their owners. 
Please maintain your dog so it does not charge or interfere with others! 
As always - your dog is YOUR Responsibility.
Thank You For Your Help and Co-Operation.
 
 
WE STILL NEED VOLUNTEERS!   
We need YOU to help us manage our Community!
(In other words - do you want a "say" in what goes on here?)
 
With all of the good people who live in HPE, we are sure there are those who can step-up and help with the mangement of our neighborhood.
 
Volunteers are needed ASAP for various positions within HPE.  They are needed for the following Positions:
  • Trustee => 1 is needed (Wonder what you would do as a Trustee?  Click HERE to find out!)
  • Architectural Control Committee => 1 is needed
  • Landscape Committee => 1 is needed
  • Pool Committee => 2 are needed
Please contact the HPE Board ASAP using the "Contact Us..." link on the left side of this page.  We would very much like to have YOU join us.  We do not want to have to go to a Management Company to run our Association!  Click HERE to read more about this.
 
 
HPE Swimming Pool Information =>  If you have questions or need information, call the HPE Hotline at 440-580-4204 and select option 5.
 
 
HPE Street Signs and their replacement:
  • The HPE Board Of Trustees voted unanimously to replace the Street Signs, as replacement is needed, with the standard steel post street signs which the City Of Strongsville use throughout the city.  This will save HPE money and will allow for a more timely replacement when needed.
  • If you see a problem with a Street Sign please call the HPE Hotline at 440-580-4204 and select option 1 and let us know.  Thanks.

~ Caught Being Helpful In Huntington ~
Every so often, someone is brought to my attention who has gone, as it is said,
"Above And Beyond"
to show how much they care about our Neighborhood and the Well-Being of our Residents.
 
This time, we have a group of residents doing a Good Deed for our Community.  They are Bill and Marilyn Zahniser, Ron Rucinski and Tom Mares.  They volunteered to paint the Pool Pavilion, Picnic Table Tops and Benches.
 
There are some people who don't care about how they destroy the property of others by carving and defacing the Picnic Tables owned by the Residents of HPE.  Sometimes using very low-class graffitti.  (Makes me wonder what is wrong with these people.) 
 
Bill, Marilyn, Ron and Tom did a great job to rectify this issue by getting these items in very good shape for this summer season.  Another example of someone stepping up to do whatever is needed to keep our Community looking good to keep the High Standards.  Thanks Bill, Marilyn, Ron and Tom!
 
 
If you have a suggestion for someone going "Above And Beyond", please call the HPE Hotline at 440-580-4204, opt. 1 and let us know!
 
 
From The Webmaster

~ Safety Information ~
Obey the Speed Limit (25 MPH) and Stop Signs.  More and more residents are noting violators not obeying those AND are informing the Police.  Remember - there are many children going to school.  The 25 MPH Speed Limit and Stop Signs are the Law for a reason!
 
Ensure your Driveway Post Light is working correctly.  This is a Strongsville City Ordinance!  Click HERE for more information.  This will help those who walk in the evening and children going to school in the morning.
 

~ Maintaining Our Neighborhood's "High Standards" ~
 

Regarding Dog Care => We've seen more and more people cleaning up after their dogs, large & small, when walking them - EVEN IN THE NASTY WEATHER - Thank You!
 
And - While they are walking around our neighborhood, some people have been seen picking up trash, left behind by irresponsible individuals - That is GREAT!
 
All of us residents like to see people caring about Our Community
and keeping it CLEAN
 

~ For Your Reference ~
 
Need a copy of the "Declaration of Easements, Covenants and Restrictions" or the "2013/2014 HPE Directory"?  Click HERE for information regarding how to obtain those documents.
 
For information regarding the Tennis Courts, call the HPE Main Telephone Number => 440-580-4204 and select Option 1.
 
Would you like to know Strongsville's Solicitor Information?  Click HERE for some "Main Points" regarding Strongsville's Policy.
 
HERE is information regarding the Codified Ordinances of the City of Strongsville