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Welcome to Holly Glen Homeowners Association!
Welcome to Holly Glen Homeowners Association!
Located in beautiful Holly Springs, Holly Glen Homeowners Association features a wide array of beautiful homes and outstanding recreational facilities. These facilities include a clubhouse, open areas, tennis courts and two great pools, one of which features a 30ft water slide! Holly Glen Homeowners Association is a wonderful, family oriented community for you to invest your family’s lives and dollars.

Located in Wake County, and just a few miles from Raleigh, Durham and Cary, Holly Springs is ideally located for anybody working in or around the Research Triangle Park area. Holly Springs was recently ranked 34th in the Best Places to Raise Kids in the US by Businessweek, and was 1st in North Carolina on the same list!

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Swimming Pool Hours

2014 Pool Hours

May 17 to August 20th                          9:00am - 8:30 pm

                (Note:  May 17th the pool will close at 6 pm)

August 20 – September 14th        9:00 am – 8:00pm 

There will be a gate attendant on Fridays from  3:00pm to 7:00 pm and Weekends and Holidays from 11:00 am to 7:00pm

If you are a new homeowner, need a replacement key or an additional key card contact Nicole at ntyburski@hrw.net                                   



Monthly Holly Glen HOA Board Meeting

Holly Glen HOA Board Meetings are held on the 4th Thursday of each month @ 6pm in the Club House by the Pool. Each meeting is posted on the calendar on this website.

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Board Member Responsibilities

The Board is ultimately responsible for the oversight of the community association ("the buck stops with the Board"). Although the Board may retain and delegate some of its duties to volunteers, contractors and professionals, the Board is still ultimately responsible for the duties it may have assigned to others.

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AssociaLiving and AssociationTimes

AssociaLiving and AssociationTimes are online resources specifically for communities and homeowners. AssociaLiving includes relevant stories about Entertaining, Home, Practical Living and Community, geared toward enriching our homes and building stronger community associations. It is a place for great recipes or to discover activities for the whole neighborhood. The sister publication AssociationTimes focuses on helping board members and homeowners improve the operations of their community. Written by industry experts from Associa who practice their craft, Association Times provides hands-on and timely information on the latest trends, laws and other topics affecting community management.