The Bridlewood Homeowners Association is a planned community, which was formed in 1972. The Association is guided by a Board of Directors, which is made up of volunteers who are elected annually by property owners. The Board is responsible for maintaining the common ground and monitoring the Bylaws and Covenant, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s). The Board meets the third Tuesday of each month and property owners are welcome to attend the meetings.
There are 182 lots and 22 condominiums in Bridlewood. Bridlewood also has apartments and duplexes in the neighborhood. Bridlewood has 22 acres of common ground, half of which is accessible to property owners.
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Architectural Committee

The Committee is responsible for ensuring the conditions outlined in the CC&Rs related to architectural control are fairly and consistently applied. The committee seeks to assure all homeowners that the standards of design and quality will be maintained as part of the board’s efforts to enhance the community’s overall environment and protect and improve property values.

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Grounds Committee

The Committee is responsible for maintenance, repair, replacement and improvement of the Bridlewood grounds including landscaping, irrigation, lighting, signage, and preservation of walking trails. The grounds committee is made up of volunteer homeowners, and each Fall hosts a Community Volunteer Day for homeowners to promote their contributions to development of our trails and common areas.

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Bridlewood Trails

Bridlewood encompasses 22 acres of common areas and trails that wander between houses, through the woods, and all around our exterior border. The backdrop of the neighborhood is a wooded area that includes upper and lower trails on the West end of Bridlewood. Our private walking trails make it easy for our homeowners to experience nature close-up.

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Interested in getting involved? Our community runs on the work of volunteers like you! Whatever skills or resources you bring to the table there is likely a way to help out.

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Mailing Address:

Bridlewood Homeowners Association
P.O. Box 215
Dallas, OR 97338

General inquiries can be made by "Contacting Us Here"