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Join the GHNA

We collect your dues payments using a secure site called Cheddar Up.

Click the button to the above to be taken directly to the dues collection page.


Glenwood Hills Neighborhood Association (GHNA) is your property owners association. We work to keep our community safe, informed, and connected to municipal services and decision makers. Over the past 50 years GHNA volunteer staff have coordinated safety initiatives with the local police; represented our community at city and county meetings to influence emerging commercial and municipal projects that impact our neighborhood; and organized key events like the Spring Clean up, annual garage sale, National Night Out, and Easter Egg Hunt in Sunset Canyon Park. Your participation in GHNA, and voluntary dues payments, are key to preserving this great community.

Glenwood Hills Association DBA Glenwood Hills Neighborhood Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation. Donations to 501(c)(3) nonprofits are tax-deductible.



  • Foreseeing and calling attention to emerging trends and problems before they reach crisis proportions.

  • Serving as the neighborhood’s voice for those policies and programs that improve the health, safety and well being of the neighborhood.

  • Providing means for widespread study and discussion of all pertinent issues and questions.

  • Fostering neighborhood interest and participation in community issues.

  • Generating and sustaining a spirit of neighborhood and community among area residents.


Major Accomplishments

  • Fought against inequities in increased in property taxes in 1976.

  • Worked with Planning Department in 1977/1978 to minimize the Glenwood Hills North Subdivision impact on the original Glenwood Hills Subdivision. This resulted in a reduction of density and larger lots boarding the original Glenwood Hills.

  • The board has worked closely with the city to implement such improvements as sidewalks on Larchmont and Montgomery, the police sub station and landscaping of the common areas.

  • Vandalism in the park and other concerns led to the formation of the volunteer patrol, one of the most successful in the city.

  • Prevented a proposed “bridge” from the upper portions of the High Desert development to Glenwood Hills from being built.

  • Prevented a 3 story storage facility from being built on the land that the Police Station now stands. Instead we worked with the city to build a Police Station and a Park & Ride facility on that land.

  • Worked with a visionary developer and the city to get a zoning change to residential on land that formerly housed the Wild Plum Restaurant (and other facilities) to build the beautiful “Glenwood Hill Lofts”.

  • Sponsor the annual Easter Egg Hunt and National Night Out

  • The neighborhood also supports an active garden club which helps in the clean up projects and upkeep of the common area.

  • Establish the “Block Captain” program to provide a means of communicating between residents of Glenwood Hills on incidents/trends of crime and vandalism in order to reduce these type of occurrences in the neighborhood.

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