Heritage Park Community

               Association (HPCA)


Heritage Park is a 256 home community located near Sandbridge Beach in southern Virginia Beach. 

Welcome to our web site!


On September 17, 2014 at 6:30 p.m., the Board of Directors held a Special Meeting of HPCA members to clarify the Architectural Guidelines and their associated modifications.  See the Announcements Page for changes to the Architectural Guidelines and a Comparison Document showing proposed changes from the original Guidelines.

Proposed Budget for Adoption.  Click here.

Board Meetings:

Past Board Meeting Minutes:

August 6, 2014

July 15, 2014

June 11, 2014

April 9, 2014

February 12, 2014

Annual Meeting Jan 9, 2014 Report Letter

Archived Meeting Minutes (click to see older minutes)


Neighborhood Notes:

Click here to contact the Board Members via email.

Not sure if its a recycle day?  See: Home Owner Resources.

Scavenger Hunt

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Updated: Oct 1st, 2014

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The private social network for Heritage Park.

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Last Grounds Committee Meeting September 20, 2014 at 10:30 am. 

Click here for Minutes.

Topics to include Fall projects and landscape contractor bids.

The mowing schedule has been changed due to homeowners’ request.  Currently, mowing has been on Mondays (one crew) but it has been changed to Thursday and Friday (two crews) beginning August 14th, 2014.  This was done as an accommodation.  We have checked with the contractor regarding cutting all the grass each week and to do so will add more than $1000 per month to the contract.

Winesett Nursery upgraded the plantings in medians 2 and 3 work on Heritage Park Drive September 26th, 2014.  Click here for the plant descriptions.  The old shrubs on medians 2 and 3 were removed and replaced with drift roses and boxwoods in a repeating pattern.   The ends of each median are capped with Walker's Low Catmint and Day Lilies. 

The maple trees in the medians (and many street trees as well) have a disease called gloomy scale and we were advised by some professionals to replace them; however, after a soil sample by Bartlett Tree Experts, the trees were fertilized and the soil amended according to the results of the soil analysis.  This treatment combined with the gloomy scale treatment on June 13th should allow the maple trees to recover.   Tree replacement in 6C and improvement to the Eastern Rotary scheduled for October 2014.  We are excited about improving the look of HP, it is long overdue.

Remember:  Fall is  .... 

for planting in coastal Virginia Beach!




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