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Arlington Park is a residential community located in Olathe, Kansas.  Consisting of approximately 450 homes, Arlington Park combines all of the great things Olathe has to offer. 

Arlington Park is located within walking distance of Brougham Park, Arbor Creek Elementary, Chisholm Trail Middle School, and a mixed use neighborhood shopping area making it ideal and convenient neighborhood for any family!
 

Association Manager: Doug May
Home Association Solutions, LLC. | PO Box 26145 | Overland Park, KS 66225-6145 | 913.825.0001 | dmay@hasolutions.net
 
Neighborhood News
Pool Closing 9/15
Posted on Sep 10th, 2019
Arlington Park Residents!
 
We want to thank you for a wonderful pool season, but as with all good things, sometimes they must come to end...
 
Until next year!
 
This is your friendly reminder that the final day the pool will be open is Sunday, September 15th. The pool will close at its regular Sunday time of 9:00pm, so be sure to dip your feet in while the water's still warm!
 
Thank you.
HOA Board Meeting
Posted on Jul 8th, 2019
Arlington Park will be having an HOA meeting on July 18th @ 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at HyVee Market Grille. If you are interested in attending, please contact Doug May from Home Association Solutions, LLC. so he can get you on the agenda. He can be reached at 913.825.0001 or dmay@hasolutions.net.
 
Hope to see you there.
Arlington Park Pool Party
Posted on Jun 3rd, 2019
 
Arlington Park HOA will be hosting a welcome to Summer Party June 15th at Arlington Park Pool. See details below.
 
What: Arlington Park HOA Pool Party
Where: Arlington Park Pool
When: June 15th, 5:00 pm - close
Who: Arlington Park Residents
Why: Kick Summer off with a little fun
Extra: Pizza from Minskys starting at 5:00 pm, soft drinks and water provided, bounce houses, swim up movie starting at 9 (it's gotta be dark).
 
Hope to see you there, should be a great time had by all.
Pool Opening
Posted on May 20th, 2019
Memorial Day is almost here and with that it means pool season is upon us. The pool will be opening this year a little early than normal. Normally the pool opens on a Friday, however, this year the pool will open this Thursday at noon to coincide with kids being out of school.
 
Please keep the following in mind as you use the pool this year:
- Have fun - Apply sunscreen
- Stay hydrated
- There are no lifegaurds or monitors on staff, so swim at your own risk - No glass at the pool - if glass were to break in the pool, the pool would have to be drained. Enjoy something from a nice aluminum, plastic, or one of those fancy yeti cups just no glass please.
- No food near the pool - Use one of those nice tables to enjoy your tasty entree or snack.
- To see additional rules for the pool, these are posted when you walk into the facility and also are located on arlingtonparkhoa.org.
 
Please treat our community pool as an extension of your home by treating it well. Please dispose of all trash, return chairs if moved, and pick up items from the ground including dropped food. For the enjoyment of all your neighbors, please leave the pool in better shape when you leave than when you came.
 
Let's have a great summer!
Architectural Review
Posted on Apr 4th, 2019
Please remember to make Architectural Review part of your next home improvement project. 
 
If you are planning on making changes to the exterior appearance of your home, such as painting, building a fence, building a deck, re-roofing, a room addition, landscaping, etc. the plans must be reviewed and approved by the homes association prior to construction.
 
Additional information and the request form are available on the Architectural Review section of the Arlington Park website.  If you have any questions, please contact Home Association Solutions at 913-825-0001.
 
 
Arlington Park Garage Sale Dates 2019
Posted on Mar 28th, 2019
Neighbors, it's time to purge! The Neighborhood-wide garage sale weekends are:
May 3rd and 4th
May 10th and 11th
 
If the spring doesn't work, plan for the Fall:
Oct 4th and 5th
Oct 11th and 12th
 
We hope the back to back weekends will help with your planning as we've had requests in the past.
Arlington Park Deed Restriction Survey
Posted on Mar 7th, 2019
Please take a moment of your time to fill out and submit the survey at the link below regarding our Association's Deed of Restrictions.
 
 
 
HOA Board Meeting
Posted on Feb 28th, 2019
Arlington Park will be having an HOA meeting on March 5th @ 7:00 pm. The meeting will be held at HyVee Market Grille. If you are interested in attending, please contact Doug May from Home Association Solutions, LLC. so he can get you on the agenda. He can be reached at 913.825.0001 or dmay@hasolutions.net.
 
Hope to see you there.
Pay HOA Dues Online
Posted on Dec 20th, 2017
Tired of writing and mailing checks?  If so, you can now pay HOA dues online.  Payments may be made by credit card, debit card, or e-check.  Please note that a convenience fee will be charged for each online transaction.
 
 
New Manager for Arlington Park
Posted on Sep 19th, 2016
For your information, Doug May is the new association manager for Arlington Park.  Doug is the owner of Home Association Solutions and manages many HOA's in the area.  Doug's contact information is as follows:
 
Doug May
(913)825-0001
 
Doug Luther is no longer with Home Association Solutions.  We apologize for any inconvenience this transition may have caused you.  
 

Event Calendar
Neighborhood Wide Garage Sale
Friday, October 4th to Saturday, October 5th
Fall neighborhood garage sale
Neighborhood Wide Garage Sale
Friday, October 11th to Saturday, October 12th
This is the backup weekend for the fall garage sale in case you miss the first one.

Architectural Review
Architectural Review Committee

The Architectural Committee reviews the Architectural Change Forms required to be submitted by homeowners prior to implementing any exterior modification, including landscaping, decks, fences, paint, etc. The Architectural Committee's goal is to ensure that property values within Arlington Park continue to rise. The approval process is designed to meet this goal by ensuring a neighbor, for example, does not install a gaudy exterior feature or paint their home an unacceptable color.
 
Architectural Review Documents