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Welcome To Your HPE Website
(Updated: 7/19/16)
 
(Make sure you scroll down the page to see everything!)
 
~ Important Messages For Our Residents ~
 
 
An Item Was Found - We Would Like To Give It Back To It's Owner!
On Friday, June 24th, a Pocket Knife was turned in as a "Lost and Found" Item.  It was found near the HPE Pond on Huntington Park Drive.  If you are the owner of this Knife, call the HPE Hotline at 440-580-4204 and select Option 1.  Leave your name, address and telephone number and a brief description of the Knife.  If that matches the Knife, your call will be returned and arrangements made to return it.
 
New Bulletin Board and a New Mailbox!
YES, we have a new Bulletin Board by the Pool Guardhouse and a new Mailbox by the Pool Parking Lot entrance.  Thanks to the hard work from John And Lori Wallace and Ted Payton, we have the much needed new Bulletin Board and Mailbox.  Stop by to check for any new notices and information on the Bulletin Board and check out the new Good-Looking Mailbox.
 
New Playground!
The new playground appears to be a hit! We've seen many using it and we are getting very good reviews.  There are a variety of slides, rock climbing walls and other items we hope your youngsters will enjoy.  Have Fun!
 
The Volleyball Net and Poles have been replaced and are ready for play.  Enjoy!
 
Regarding the HPE Pool -
The 2016 Pool Calendar, the 2016 Pool Rules AND the 2016 Pool Pass Registration Form have been posted on this website.  You can access them by clicking on the "* Pool Information" link on the left side of this page.  Enjoy the pool and Be Safe!
 
While At The Pool -
Please DO NOT use profane or nasty language.  We've heard from multiple sources that, in the past, some people have used language that is not needed and not wanted.  PLEASE REMEMBER - this is a FAMILY area - kids and adults alike do not want to hear those words.  So, NO "F-Bombs", etc.   Show that you are an adult and know better.  There is absolutely no need for that language in this area.
Thank You!
 
 
Please Remember - If you have questions regarding HPE -
  • You MUST call the HPE Hotline and use the proper extension!
  • DO NOT call individual Trustees or Officers directly, unless asked to do so - that is why we have the Hotline!
  • The Hotline number can be found by clicking on the "Contact Us Regarding HPE Information" link on the left side of this Home Page
Thank You!
 
 
Homeowner Maintenance Responsibilities:
 
Now that the weather is getting nice again, Homeowners will want to do exterior work on their homes -
Always keep in mind - if you plan to make ANY changes to the outside appearance of your Home or Yard, (AND this includes replacing any part of your DRIVEWAY) you must inform the Architectural Control Committee by using their "EXTERIOR CHANGE APPLICATION".  Please click on the Architectural Control Committee link on the left side of this page for that Application and further information.  Thank You.
 
It has come to our attention that some Homeowner Maintenance Items need to be addressed.  The following items are the responsibility of the Homeowner per The City Of Strongsville Ordinances:
  • Driveway Lamp Posts => Please take the time to replace bulbs or repair the lamp Post.  Click HERE for more Ordinance information.  Your working Lamp Post will help those who walk in the evening and children going to school in the morning.  Right now, there are >25 homes where this needs to be addressed!  Your neighbors will appreciate you correcting the problem.
  • The Sidewalk in front of Your Home => This must be kept in a safe condition.  Click HERE for more Ordinance information.  As with the Lamp Post, a safe sidewalk will help all who use them.  Your neighbors will appreciate this as well.
  • Parking a Vehicle in your Driveway across the Sidewalk => You may not be aware but this is also covered in the city ordinances.  This may force residents using the sidewalk to detour into the street.  A very unsafe condition!
If you have any questions regarding these or other questions regarding the City of Strongsville Ordinances, call the City at 440-580-3110.
 
If you have concerns regarding the streets in HPE => Call the City Of Strongsville Service Department at 440-580-3170.
 
Please Note:  If you call the HPE Hotline to leave a message, you must leave the appropriate information.  (See the "Contact Us Regarding HPE Information" link on the left side of this Home Page for that information.)  Messages left anonymously will not be addressed.
 

~ Maintaining Our Neighborhood's "High Standards" ~
  • Regarding the Trash for Residents, per the City Of Strongsville Ordinances, "Refuse shall not be put out earlier than the night before the scheduled collection day".  (Codified Ordinances of Strongsville, Ohio Section 1064.07 b(a).)
    • Please DO NOT put your Trash out before that time.  It will be unsightly and detracts from our Neighborhood.
    • If you see a "stray" trash container in the street, please stop and place it back on the Tree Lawn.  Thank You!
  • More and more Trash is appearing along ALL three entrances.  Show your PRIDE in Our Community and, if at all possible, please clean the trash up.  This may be difficult during the winter weather but it still makes a difference.
  • When they are walking around our neighborhood, some people have been seen picking up trash, left behind by irresponsible individuals - (Even in the winter weather!)  That is GREAT!
All of us residents like to see people caring about Our Community and keeping it CLEAN
 
Regarding Dog Care
We are seeing more and more residents cleaning up after their dogs, whether they are large or small.  We see this even in bad weather! 
 
That shows what Great and Caring Residents we have here in HPE!
And, when walking your dog around our neighborhood, please maintain your dog by keeping it on a leash and under control so it does not charge or interfere with others! 
As always - your dog is YOUR Responsibility.
 
 
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.
 
As mentioned above, John and Lori Wallace and Ted Payton have come through once again for HPE.  For the second time, they have built and erected a very good Bulletin Board for use by the Pool.  John built and installed the original Bulletin Board some 20 years ago.  A testament to how sturdy he builds them!  John also built the new Mailbox which we definitely needed.  Lori was right there helping him with this project.  Ted assisted with transporting the Projects and erecting them.  And, they all volunteered to do this for HPE.  The Board Members were about to pursue a contractor to build this when John contacted us and volunteered.  That saved the Board time and HPE money.  Thanks again John, Lori and Ted.
 
Want to also say thanks to Bill Zahniser and Brent Seabrook for their work with the HPE Pavilion.  They both worked on some electrical and other maintenance issues to get it ready for this summer rental season.  And, they did this with many other items "on their plate".  The Pavilion looks and is working great.  Anyone using it should have no issues.
 
Also, the curb in the Pool Parking Lot looks much better thanks to Gloria Badery and Bill Zahniser.  Together, they made it looking good and visible once again!
 
It is volunteers like these who are keeping our Community looking so good!  Makes us Proud to live here!
 
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 ~
PLEASE REMEMBER => School is out and kids will be out too!  Especially around the Pool Area.  Please be careful and watch for them.  (Kids have been seen Skateboarding in the street).
 
 
Obey the Speed Limit (25 MPH) and Stop Signs.  More and more residents are noting violators not obeying those AND are informing the Police.  The 25 MPH Speed Limit and Stop Signs are the Law for a reason!
 

~ For Your Reference ~
 
Since the following Information may be helpful, it will remain here for your convenience
 
Need a copy of the "Declaration of Easements, Covenants and Restrictions" or the "HPE Directory"?  Click HERE for information regarding how to obtain those documents.
 
Would you like to know Strongsville's Solicitor Information?  Click HERE for some "Main Points" regarding Strongsville's Policy.
 
For your convenience, a link to the Codified Ordinances for the Strongsville is provided HERE