The Riverhill Property Owners Association is a self managed HOA. It serves to promote a family environment while assisting members in maintaining their investment.
This shall be accomplished through various programs that support an aesthetically pleasing neighborhood.
Maintains the entrances and certain common areas of Riverhill
Funds and executes projects that benefit all property owners
Works with our governing officials in obtaining needed improvements to our streets
Administers the covenants, conditions and restrictions of Maintains a liaison with Southern Golf Properties, owners of Riverhill Country Club, to identify and address common issues
We seek your support, as we are a voluntary member organization according to our bylaws.
Our website address is www.riverhillpoa.com
The goal of this website is to better serve our members by keeping them informed of association rules, regulations and membership, to be a resource for information about our community and to provide news and announcements to keep you better informed.
We hope you find this information useful and ask for your assistance in helping achieve our goals and welcome your suggestions in helping us to continually improve.
Why is Membership Important?
Carrying out the Mission of the Association is not free. Mowing, landscaping, entrance sign maintenance and small projects represent a significant expense for the Association. In addition, although each Board member serves as an unpaid volunteer, the Association does incur administrative costs and legal fees in carrying out its advocacy and CC&R enforcement activities.
The actions of the Association make Riverhill a more attractive and wonderful place to live. Please do your part as a property owner and be a member of the Association of Riverhill Property Owners. The $45 membership fee represents a great value that you see every day when walking or driving through Riverhill.
SPECIAL NOTE TO ALL RESIDENTS: Please know that the white lines that were painted on each side of Riverhill Blvd are not for walking or riding bikes but to narrow the driving lanes to encourage slower speeds for cars traveling down RH Blvd. We would greatly appreciate your strict cooperation.ter.
To report street light outages email: firstname.lastname@example.org. or call 830-258-1222 please include the no. that is on the pole.
PLEASE DON’T FEED THE DEER
Dear APOR Members,
Here are the guidelines for the selection of the Yard of the Month:
Yard selections should be based on color, overall beauty, water wise quality and maintenance.
Submissions should be made through the website by the 20th of the month.(www.riverhillpoa.com)
Owners will be notified of their selection and asked if a sign may be placed in their yard. Permission will be requested to print picture, name and address to be put on website, RHCC newsletter and newspapers.
Selections will be made by a minimum of two Board members.
Nominees must be an APOR member to win.
President Jeff Talarico, Vice President Sue Tiemann, Board Members Mindy Wendele, Jo Anne English and Bart Jones