University Hills Neighborhood Association

Austin, Texas 78723

Unity - Equality - Leadership

Membership


UHNA Meetings:

University Hills Neighborhood Association meetings are held on the 3rd Saturday of each month August through May, at the Dottie Jordan Recreation Center at 2803 Loyola Lane. The meetings are open to all residents of the University Hills community. Social: 9:30 am - 10 am; business: 10 am - Noon.

University Hills Neighborhood Association Executive Committee meetings are held the first Tuesday of each month at the University Hills Branch, Austin Public Library at 4721 Loyola Lane from 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm. The meetings are open to all residents of the University Hills community.

UHNA Membership:

Membership is $10.00 per year per household. A flyer with registration form is attached that you may print and mail or bring to one of our meetings. Membership is per calendar year.

Membership_Flyer.pdf
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We welcome all residents in the boundaries of University Hills to join the UHNA. Additional information on boundaries and streets within University Hills, Austin, Texas is in the link below:

UHNA_Street_Listing.pdf
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For a Zoning Area interactive map with the boundaries of University Hills go to this link:

 
ftp://ftp.ci.austin.tx.us/GIS-Data/Regional/community_registry/maps/community_registry_map_84.pdf


University Hills Neighborhood Association  (UHNA) is not a Homeowners Association (HOA).
                                                          
 
A Homeowners Association (HOA) is a legal entity that has been created by the developer to a specific subdivision. The HOA manages the planning and marketing of the project, provides for the maintenance of the common areas, and enforces the conditions, covenants, and restrictions (CCRs) of the subdivision. Fees are payable to the HOA for these projects. An HOA is primarily concerned with the internal business of the subdivision.

Neighborhood Associations are often formed by a group of residents who have come together as a legal entity to address issues common to their location. Most neighborhood associations are non-profit 501(c)(4) organizations with elected officers and bylaws. These volunteers meet once a month to discuss social, political, and zoning issues which will impact the residences and businesses found within their area boundaries. These public meetings also provide opportunities for political leaders to meet their constituents and for developers to share blueprints and hear neighborhood input.

A Neighborhood Association is concerned with a specific area or district of the city or suburb. University Hills residents are bound by the City of Austin codes and ordinances which protect the health, safety, and quality of life for the citizens of our neighborhood. (For more information, refer to Code Compliance under the Community Resources page.)


UHNA Yahoo Email:

The Yahoo Email or Listserv facilitates the sharing of information among residents interested in maintaining and protecting the natural resources and quality of life of the University Hills community in Austin, Texas. This approved Listserv allows area residents to be informed of meetings, events, reports, observations, and other activities important to maintaining the quality of life established in the University Hills area.

To join, please email your street address to:  http://groups.yahoo.com/group/universityhills23  

To email the group:  universityhills23@yahoogroups.com  

The Web site address for UHNA: 
www.UNIVERSITYHILLSNA.ORG  

We have added an email address to use in addressing ideas, suggestions, concerns to the UHNA Executive Committee:  UHNAEmail@yahoo.com 

                             

                                                  

UHNA Leadership


UHNA Officers are: 
  • Edgar Whitfield, President 
  • John Cano and Jean Hughes, Co-Vice Presidents 
  • Faye Sigers, Secretary 
  • Deisy Jaimes, Treasurer 
UHNA Committees: 
  • Public Relations: John Cano; members: Dora Fowler
  • Membership: Jean Allen
  • Beautification and Environment/Park: Jean Allen
  • Education/Schools: Vera Givens & Andy Sams
  • Safety and Crime Prevention: Al Weber
  • Zoning and Land Use: Andy Sams
  • Governmental Oversight: Joan Bartz
  • Transportation: BJ Taylor & Luisa Nardini
  • Health: Jean Hughes
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