The Highland Park 3 Association, Inc. (HP3A) is a non-profit corporation which exists to promote the common good and welfare of the ownership interest in Highland Park Subdivision, Filing 3. The HP3A is currently governed by three Directors. Membership of owners is mandatory, with each property receiving one vote. Dues are paid annually (presently $200 per year).



Highland Park is a covenant protected community of approximately 158 lots, located two miles north of Woodmen Road between Black Forest and Vollmer Roads and running up to the forest treeline. Entrances are on Black Forest Road, Vollmer Road and Poco Road. The homesites are all about 2.5 acres in size, making them some of the last of the large acreage estate-sized home sites this close to the City of Colorado Springs. Most lots have stunning views of the Front Range mountains and Pikes Peak, while being only minutes from town. Some lots border the Cottonwood Creek.

Lots are served by underground electric, gas and phone and utilize individual wells and septic systems. A non-motorized trail system has been constructed, linking filings 1 and 2, and may be later added to Filing 3.

Carefully crafted protective covenants, policies and a homeowner association (HP3A) exist to protect values. In Filings 1 and 2, there is a separate Association called the Highland Park Neighborhood Association, Inc. (HPA).