The JJ Pearce Homeowners Association (JJP HOA) is not your typical HOA. First of all, our membership is entirely voluntary. Instead, the purpose of our HOA is to be an organization of citizens that enhances the safety, beauty, and quality of life in the JJ Pearce neighborhood as well as the Richardson area, and to solve problems specific to the are where we live, work, and raise our children. The JJP HOA strives to bring together neighbors to promote community involvement, safety, social activities, and neighborhood pride. Even though dues are voluntary, an overwhelming majority of our residents are members and participate in our organization.
JJP HOA is an all volunteer 501c(4) nonprofit organization of residents that live within the JJ Pearce neighborhood. Established in the late 1970s, we are proudly one of the most active and organized neighborhood associations in the Richardson area.
Our association maintains the park at Senior Way and Mimosa, recognizes “Yards of the Month,” and hosts seasonal social events that help residents of all ages and backgrounds foster new relationships. The Association also organizes an active Crime Watch Patrol in cooperation with the City of Richardson, and publishes a monthly newsletter available to members in print, and on this website.
General meetings are held annually, while the Board of Directors hold meetings monthly, which are open for all members to attend.
This fine organization, plus a beautiful development built near excellent schools and popular retail, make JJ Pearce neighbors proud of where they call home.
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