Heritage Park Community

Association (HPCA)


Located in southern Virginia Beach, Virginia, is both a lakefront and wooded community near the Sandbridge Oceanfront. The Heritage Park Community Association welcomes you to our neighborhood via the Internet.  There are 256 custom built brick/stone homes with a minimum living space of 2,800 square feet.


The Heritage Park Community Association is accepting bids for professional grounds maintenance for the 2015 season.  Grounds maintenance period begins April 1, 2015.  Any company interested in providing a proposal must contact Community First Management and provide proof of business, herbicide treatment license, and workers compensation & liability insurance coverage by July 31, 2014.  Qualified candidates will be provided detailed description of the effort and necessary information for proposal submission.


Board Meetings:

The next Board meeting will be held Aug 6, 2014 at 6:30 at 1744 Fury Way.

The last Board Meeting was held at 6:00 pm Tuesday July 15th at EquiKids.   Click for the agenda.

Past Board Meeting Minutes:

June 11, 2014

April 9, 2014

February 12, 2014

Annual Meeting Jan 9, 2014 Report Letter

December 11, 2013

November, 13, 2013

October 26, 2013

October 9, 2013

September 11, 2013

August 14, 2013

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 Owners Resources

Click here for details on the development adjacent to our property.  National builder Ryan homes plans to build 71 single family houses in the farm land on the western border of our property.

See Announcements Page for updates to the Architectural Guidelines click here for more information.

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Updated: July 21, 2014

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The private social network for Heritage Park.

Complaint Form - see Home Owner Resources page.



Winesett Nursery will perform the median work on Heritage Park Drive this Fall. The old shrubs on medians 2 and 3 will be removed and replaced with drift roses and boxwoods in a repeating pattern.   The ends of each median will be 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 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.   We are excited about improving the look of the medians, it is long overdue.