Rosedale Neighborhoods

The Rosedale community includes more than 1,100 homes. These homes are organized into neighborhoods, some organized as Homeowner Associations, where maintenance and other matters are handled collectively for the neighborhood, and where there may be neighborhood-specific architectural requirements over and above those described in Rosedale’s Covenants. Often, all homes in a neighborhood will share many similar architectural details. Other neighborhoods have no such Association, and all maintenance and other homeowner activities are managed by the homeowner. Homes in these neighborhoods are nonetheless responsible for adhering to the requirements and limitations included in the Covenants. 

CLICK HERE for a chart of Rosedale Neighborhoods by Address.

 

CLICK HERE  for a list of 2021 HOA contact names.

CLICK HERE for a map of the Legacy and Highland Neighborhoods​.

CLICK HERE for a map of the Links Neighborhoods.

The neighborhoods of Rosedale with no neighborhood HOA are:

•       Bloomfield Park North

•       Bloomfield Park South

•       Highlands A

•       Highlands B

•       Highlands C

•       North Bridge

•       Rosedale Links

The neighborhoods of Rosedale that do have local HOAs are:

•       Clubview Crossings

•       Highlands D1

•       Highlands D2

•       Somerset Bend

•       Sweetbriar Court

•       Victoria Court

•       Waterbridge Way

•       Westbury Lakes North

•       Westbury Lakes South

•       Woodbrooke Run

•       Rosedale Links One

•       Rosedale Links Two

•       Rosedale Links Three

•       Rosedale Links Four

Each neighborhood with a local HOA has its own by-laws, declaration of CC&Rs, and its own Board of Directors with officers. All homeowners in these neighborhoods must pay an annual fee to their local association in addition to the annual fee for the RMHA.

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