History of Hadley Park...

  • We have created a pdf. file that captures the history of Hadley Park in photos from pre-construction to recent years.  The pictures were graciously provided by our homeowners. To view the document, click on:   History of Hadley Park 


Black Bears...

  • A website titled "BearWise" was developed by bear experts from the Southeastern states and is supported by the Southern Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies to help people live responsibly with black bears.  Please click on the following for their advice:   BearWise
  • The mountains of Western North Carolina are home to black bears.  They roam through the Asheville area and have been seen roaming around our community over the past few years.  Hadley Park has instituted the precautions advised by BearWise into our "Summary of Rules and Regulations" for the safety of our residents.


Architectural Review Committee ("ARC")...

  • ARC has the responsibility for ensuring houses and landscaping are maintained in an attractive manner.  ARC utilizes  "Architectural Guidelines"  from our Covenants to enforce design aspects fairly and consistently.  Any changes to the exterior of your  home or lot must be approved by ARC before work has begun.  Please  complete and submit  an "ARC Exterior Change Request" form, including specifications, drawings and other information needed by ARC to determine compliance with the guidelines.  To obtain a copy of the form, please click on the following link:  ARC Exterior Change Request .  The form contains information for submitting your form to ARC.


Pet Owners...

  • PLEASE RESPECT YOUR NEIGHBOR'S PROPERTY AND CLEANUP AFTER YOUR PET
  • The Buncombe County animal ordinances mandate "that every person owning or having possession, charge, care, custody or control of any animal shall keep such animal exclusively upon the physical control of a competent person and restrained by a chain, leash, harness or other means of physical control.  Any animal found running at large, in accordance with the ordinance definition, will be impounded.  If an owner can not be easily found the animal will be taken to the country animal shelter and will be micro-chipped, at the owner's expense, before being released to the owner."


Street Parking...

  • Overnight street parking is restricted to visitors only with a maximum of three (3) consecutive days.  If you have a guest who will be staying at your home for more than three days, please notify IPM.  Overnight visitors should be instructed to park on the side of the street opposite fire hydrants.  The HOA encourages homeowners to allow their guests to park in their driveway, if possible.

Neighborhood Watch Reminder...

  • In light of past incidents in other communities, we want to remind our residents—DO NOT approach or follow anyone who appears to be acting suspiciously within our community.  Contact the Buncombe County Sheriff's office at 828-250-6670.  The law enforcement officers of the Sheriff's department are trained to handle unusual behavior or situations.