We are NOT a Home Owners Association. Highland Terrace Neighborhood Association is a voluntary association that exists to promote a sense of community, neighborhood pride, and civic awareness, to preserve the integrity of our neighborhood, to protect the quality of life in our neighborhood, and to form a base for representation in matters affecting our neighborhood. We are incorporated as a non-profit organization under the laws of the State of Texas and registered as a not-for-profit organization.

 
 
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Setting down roots…

" Highland Terrace created an environment for our family to grow and thrive in and we look forward to setting down roots."

— HTNA Member

 

Our neighborhood association typically encompasses residents who live or own property in the geographic area of Dallas County, Richardson, Texas, generally bounded by Centennial Boulevard on the south, Greenville Avenue on the west, Apollo Road on the north, and the railroad tracks on the east. Residents within these boundaries are eligible for membership. Whether you own or rent your home, we would love to have you as a member.  

 
 
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Caring neighbors…

“Mature neighborhood, caring neighbors, safe, peaceful

….so NICE that kids who grew up here buy homes here !!! “ - HTNA Member

 

We have one of the largest neighborhoods in Richardson. It is vital to the welfare of our neighborhood that we have a large membership body. Our ultimate goal is to have 100% of households enrolled as members. The more members we have as an association, the more impact and influence we have at City Hall for our neighborhood. All money that is collected in the form of membership dues helps to maintain the neighborhood and provide social activities. A few examples of what your dues help pay for are: 

- annual social events
- wildflower planting
- neighborhood entrance signs

All money stays in Highland Terrace, and our most pressing need is to update our HTNA metal signs that you see around our neighborhood. We have taken a poll and most of our residents agree that the easiest form of communication is when we post our signs for an upcoming event. An increase in memberships allows us to purchase and install new signs at additional locations so all residents are kept informed. 

We hope that each resident will consider membership in the HTNA. Thank you for supporting our neighborhood!