Home Owners Association (HOA)

Home Owner Associations are typically non-profit corporations registered with the State and managed by a duly elected Board of Trustees. The purpose of the Association is to maintain all common areas and to govern the community in accordance with the provision of the legal documents: declaration of covenants, bylaws, and articles of incorporation.

The assessment cost can vary by year. The Board can increase the assessment cost at their discretion. Payment is due by January 31.

Visit the HOA Assessments page for more information and to download the most recent HOA Dues Invoice.

Yes, it is mandatory. Assessments pay for community expenses. Visit the HOA Assessments page for more information.

Payment of your assessment is your financial obligation to the HOA. Visit the HOA Assessments page for an outline of the collection process.

Architectural Improvements

An Improvement Application form must be submitted to the Board for any construction, addition, or change to the exterior of your building or grounds. Refer to the Architectural Improvements page for more information.
Once the Board has received your Improvement Application with all necessary documentation attached, they will review it and notify you within 30 days of their decision.
Please review our policy regarding the placement or your satellite dish or antenna.
Mailbox/Post replacements do not require approval from the Board, however, there are guidelines as to the type and color of these items. View Mailbox and Post Specifications

Community Email List

Subscribing to our email list is easy, just click here.
Every community email we send has an unsubscribe link at the bottom. You can also click here to unsubscribe.
You can easily change your subscription profile by selecting “Update Your Profile” at the bottom of a previous email. If you do not have a copy of a previous email, then you can simply email us. Please include your current email address (so we can find your record) and the email address you want to replace it with.
The Community Email System is used by the Board and Board recognized committees to communicate Belle Meade related news and events. Our Privacy Policy outlines what we send and what we do not. For items such as charity events, events at your church, items for sale, etc., please post these to the Community Facebook Group Page.

Community Facebook Group

Our Community Facebook Group page is private and for Belle Meade residents only. It is resident managed and not monitored by the HOA Board. To join the community Facebook group, click here and hit the Join Group button.

Community Phone Directory

The Belle Meade Community Phone Directory is for Belle Meade residents only. If you are a new or current resident, contact a Board Member to request a copy.

Violation of Covenants & Restrictions

After all attempts have failed to reconcile the situation with your neighbor, a complaint can be filed with the Board. All violation  complaints must be made in writing and must include your name and address. You must include a description of the violation, the address of the violation, and  the time(s) and date(s) seen.

Your complaint can be emailed to the Board at or sent to:
B.M.H.O.A.
P.O. Box 4144
Loveland, OH 45140

Who to Call

Contact the Miami Township Police at 513-732-2231.

You can go to Duke-Energy.com to report a street light repair or call the Duke Energy Electrical Division at 800-543-5599.

The lots of the front lake residents extend to the waterline. If you or your family members plan to fish (or otherwise enjoy the lake), keep to the area around the gazebo, pool, and in  front of the wooded area by the parking lot. If you invite guests to enjoy the lake, please accompany them. If anyone (resident or non-resident) trespasses on the lots of the home owners surrounding the front lake, the home owners may ask them to leave, or they may  call the Miami Township Police to do so. The Miami Township Police can be reached at 513-732-2231.

With regard to the HOA property near the gazebo and pool, if a (likely) non-resident is trespassing, any resident can and should either 1) ask them to  leave, or 2) call Township officers to ask them to leave. However, as this property is private, a report to the police needs to be made with the understanding that the caller should be prepared to file trespassing charges. Without this, the police officers are powerless to act on our behalf.

Stay Informed

Stay informed of community news via the Board sanctioned email list or through our resident managed Facebook group page. You can join one or both.

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