Welcome to the Terwillegar Towne Homeowners Association!

The TTHOA is a private, not-for-profit, association operated for the long-term benefit of its member homeowners. We are self managed, and governed by a volunteer Board of Directors, elected by fellow homeowners at the Annual General Meeting.

Membership is automatic and mandatory for owners of all properties within the areas designated "Terwillegar Towne Lands" (see Community Map). The purchase of your home becomes a contract with the TTHOA whereby you agree to obey all its rules and pay an annual fee. The TTHOA owns various lands and amenities, maintenance of which is paid for through membership fees. Restrictive covenants and Encumbrances are registered on all lot titles within these boundaries, and are legally defined to "run with the land". If an owner sells the encumbered land/ home, he ceases to be a member of the association and the new owner becomes a member. With all homeowners following the rules and regulations, there will never be a nuisance neighbor, and property values, based partly on neighborhood condition, will remain stable.

First appearing in mid 19th century United States, a Homeowners Association is a corporation formed by a real estate developer for the purpose of marketing, and selling lots and homes in a residential subdivision. Association boards are composed initially of developer- appointed members, then of a mix of appointees and of homeowners elected at the AnnualGeneral Meeting to maintain the common areas and enforce the governing documents. The mix changes to solely homeowners as the percentage of land/home ownership shifts away from the developer.