Brooks of Hickory Hollow Community Association

Welcome to Brooks of Hickory Hollow

Brooks of Hickory Hollow Community Association, Inc.

P.O. Box 436266      
Louisville, KY  40253-6266

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Most information about the Brooks of Hickory Hollow Community Association, Inc. (BHHCA) can be found on this website.  There is link below to register your email address if you would like to get email updates. We are also on Facebook

Facebook: We now have a   page.  Be sure to us to stay up to date with all the happenings in your neighborhood!  We often get emails regarding a lost or found pet, suspicious activity or people wanting to promote their yard sale.  Now you can do so yourself by posting on our Facebook page.  We would love to see ALL our residents using this as it is a great way to communicate with your and watch out for your fellow neighbors!

Trash Collection:  We have community wide trash collection through Republic Services/Industrial Disposal (ID).   Our special reduced rate includes 1 or 2 FREE 65 gallon or 90 gallon carts. Recycling and yard waste are available for an extra charge.  To arrange for trash collection, you must call ID at 638-9000.  Just refer to the agreement between ID and the Brooks of Hickory Hollow to get these special rates.  ID will bill you directly.  NOTE:  Please put the trash carts on the side of driveway that is away from your mailbox so the truck’s automatic lift has room to operate.

Annual Dues:  Everyone in the community is required to pay annual dues.  There is a discount for paying early.  The dues cover our fiscal year of April 1 to March 31 each year.  You will receive an invoice in early March and the dues must be paid no later than April 30.  The annual dues pay for our operating expenses that include the street lights, the entrance sign/light maintenance, website, mailing expenses, dues collections, etc. See Details HERE.

ANNUAL MEETING:   This is usually held in the Fall to review the budget, discuss issues/suggestions and elect members to the board of directors for expiring terms.

Common Rules: 

-               Street parking is not allowed except for a few hours for temporary guest.  All vehicles must be parked

         in your driveway or garage.

-               No boats, trailers, campers, motor homes, tractor trailers, etc. are allowed unless they are kept in an enclosed garage.

-               Satellite dishes are permitted, but must be located on the back or side of your house and not easily visible

         from the street.  Let the installer know the community has these restrictions so he will put it in the proper location.

-               Fences are allowed up to 6 feet in height.  Chain link fences are NOT allowed.  Only those members with existing chain link fences

         noted as of November 1, 2008 may keep them until they need repair/replacement or December 31, 2015 - whichever comes first

            They may not be replaced with another chain link fence vinyl coated or not.

-               Lawns and ditches on your property must be cut on a regular basis and kept in a neat and attractive manner. 

         Please don't dump yard waste in the ditches or creek.  It is illegal and you can be fined by MSD and held responsible

         for the clean up.

-               Pets are not allowed to run free and must be restrained at all times when outside.  This includes cats

         Please remember to clean up after your pets during neighborhood walks.

-          Curb appeal means a great deal too prospective home buyers in our subdivision.

             Nobody wants to live next door to a daily yard sale.


PLEASE send us your email address if you would like to get email updates.  This list is strictly confidential and not shared with anyone.


Click Here to send us an email!


For further information, please refer to the Declaration of Conditions, Covenants, and Restrictions found on our website.

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This site created by former board member Bob Burns and currently maintained
by Tony Newell of the Brooks of Hickory Hollow Community Association