High Point Homeowners Association, located in Strongsville, Ohio, is a planned recreation community of 635 single family homes and detached cluster units.
About Our Community
Students in High Point attend a local elementary school, the new Strongsville Middle School, and Strongsville High School, all part of the award-winning Strongsville City School District. More information is available at www.strongnet.org.
Strongsville, Ohio is a growing suburb of Cleveland and located 10 minutes from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport and 20 minutes from downtown Cleveland. Information about the community can be found at www.strongsville.org.
High Point is incorporated under the laws of the State of Ohio as a non-profit corporation and governed by a Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions filed with Cuyahoga County on November 3, 1976.
Annual dues for association membership (assessment obligation as required per the Covenants and Restrictions) will be $390 per calendar year (as of 1/1/2020), payable on January 1. In the event of a transfer of ownership, dues for 2019 ($360 per year) are prorated at $ 0.99 per day between the buyer and seller, as of the date of title transfer.
2017 Resident Survey
As of January 31, 2017, there have been 38 residents that have responded to the online survey about High Point and the larger community of Strongsville. We appreciate those that have taken the time to complete the survey. All 43 responses are tabulated and included in the analysis of respondents. All comments that we made by responders are also shown completely.
While we had hoped for more of the 640 homeowners to express their opinions, we are grateful for the information that has been shared.
Below are links to the documents that show all statistical results for the 38 survey responses and the trustee responses to comments and questions from residents. Please remember this was an anonymous survey. If residents require a specific response to issues raised, it is necessary to contact a member of the board. We will update this information as additional survey responses may be received.
- High Point trustees