High Pointé

This outstanding planned community that began development in the early 1980s is now home to over 2,700 households. Residents of High Pointé pioneered the City's first Public Improvement District in October 1998. The PID board manages improvement projects and special supplemental services within the district. A separate voluntary entity, the High Pointé Homeowners Association, has developed an impressive group of resident leaders that reach out to their neighborhood and the community through regular meetings, special events, voluntarism, newsletters, and community partnerships.
High Pointé Neighborhood Entrance Sign
Neighborhood Information
Neighborhood: High Pointé (View the boundary lines for High Pointé)
Developed: 1980
Number of Tracts: 2,757
Special Awards: 2008 Premier Neighborhood Award
Special Features: neighborhood parks (4) with gazebos at Bradford Park, walking trails at Meadows Park,
playground equipment at J.W. Williams Park, and sports fields at Ramsey Park
President: Delores Shaw
Contact: Ramona Rushing
Email
Organization Type: Homeowners Association
Participation: Voluntary

High Pointé Announcements
WalMart Neighborhood Market Update
On July 21, 2014, representatives from WalMart held a meeting to discuss a potential neighborhood market located within the High Pointe community at the northwest corner of Clark Road and Wintergreen. As many as 150 residents attended the meeting to speak in opposition of the proposal. An update has been sent by the HOA to keep neighbors informed.

 Best Neighborhood
Congratulations to High Pointé for being awarded the Neighbors Go "Best Neighborhood" in the City in May 2013!

Get Involved
Consider joining the High Pointé HOA today for $15 per year or $25 for two years. Fill out the High Pointé HOA Registration form.

 High Pointé Public Improvement District Meetings
  • 6:30 p.m.
  • 2nd Thursday of each month
  • High Pointé Baptist Church
    101 High Pointé Lane
    Cedar Hill, TX 75104