All lot owners and residents are automatically members of the Hensonville Plaza Homeowners and Residents Association. As such, they are responsible for paying certain dues and fees as described in the sections below:
Dues and Decals are paid for in the office. We are only able to accept cash payments at this time.
HPHRA assesses lot owners with a monthly fee, paid semi-annually. The proceeds from this fee are used to pay for the security at the front gate, maintenance of the streets, vacant lots, and common areas. They are also used for installation and repairs of common items, such as security cameras, signage, streets and common areas.
Dues are paid in January and July of each year. A discount is offered when dues are paid in those months. The full amount must be paid in February and August. Unpaid dues are assessed late fees on the first of each month starting March 1st and September 1st. Continued unpaid dues can result in additional penalties as described in the Rules and Regulations.
Dues are assessed based on the type of lot. Vacant lots are assessed P3,000 semi-annually (P500/mo for six months). Lots with houses or other structures are assessed P12,000 semi-annually (P2,000/mo). Houses that join multiple lots together for a larger house or expanded room for lawn and pool are assessed an additional P3,000 semi-annually (P500/mo) for EACH joined lot. For example, a house built on two lots is assessed P15,000 semi-annually.
The discount for vacant lot dues paid in January and July is P100. The discount for lots with structures paid in January and July is P500.
Homeowners who rent their house can ask the renter to pay the dues. HOWEVER, the homeowner is solely responsible for paying assessed dues. Failure of the renter to pay dues is not an excuse for late or unpaid dues. Including the dues in the monthly rent paid by the renter so the homeowner pays the dues on time is the best way to go.
HPHRA Board Members are unpaid volunteers and receive no special discount or waiver of the fees shown on this page.
In order to achieve efficient entry and exit of vehicles through the front gate, HPHRA issues window stickers ("decals") that can be placed in an area of the vehicle (i.e., left side of a car's windshield) so the guards know the vehicle is owned by a resident and is authorized to enter without the need to show an ID.
Residents can purchase window stickers at the office for P250 each. The vehicle's make (e.g. Toyota or Honda), model (e.g., Fortuner or Civic), color, and license plate number are required to purchase a window sticker.
Note that effective January 1st, 2021, the price of window stickers will be increased to P500 each, with a limit of four per house. Additional visitor window stickers for frequent visitors are available for P750 for vehicles that are not stored long term in the subdivision (such as school bus service, household staff, pool maintenance). The homeowner is responsible for the conduct of all visitors while in the subdivision showing window stickers assigned to their house.
HPHRA has authorized a single contractor to do a daily pickup of non-organic garbage at curbside. All such garbage must be placed in a plastic garbage can WITH A LID to prevent stray animals from getting into the garbage. The price is set by the contractor and is currently P200 per month, paid directly to the contractor. If you have a large amount of garbage (e.g., more than two garbage cans), it is customary to offer the collectors an additional small tip to handle the extra material.
Organic material (leaves, palm fronds, grass and vegetation clippings, etc) are picked up on a frequent basis (several times a week) by the HPHRA maintenance workers. All leaves and small clipping must be placed in a plastic can or bag. The maintenance workers will NOT pick up leaves or other organic material unless it is placed at the curb.
Large items, such as appliances, must be removed directly by residents.
Cleaning leaves and trash on the sidewalk, curb, and street is responsibility of the homeowner, not the HPHRA staff. Likewise, the prompt removal of all construction material not fitting entirely inside the garbage can is the responsibility of the homeowner.
Use of the common area tennis court, swimming pool, and pavilion is free to all residents (with up to three guests). The entire area can be reserved in advance, subject to availability, for a fee.
Dues and Fee adjustments and other special assessments may be implemented if approved by a general meeting of the HPHRA members.
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