The District is funded with both property taxes and quarterly fees. A basic breakdown of the District services which are funded with the property taxes and ongoing quarterly fees is set forth below.
District property taxes are primarily used to pay for:
- Scheduled annual payment of bond obligations that were issued to pay for the construction of public infrastructure, including roads, water, sewer, landscaping, the community garden, and the community pool
- Administrative costs including legal, accounting, County fees, election expenses, annual compliance, and audit services related to governmental operations
- Any remaining tax revenues are then used for the services below
District ongoing quarterly fees are used to pay for the operations, services and facilities of the District, including:
- Landscaping maintenance and new installation
- Utilities; water irrigation and electricity in common areas and resident trash collection
- District-owned common area irrigation systems operation and maintenance
- Facilities upkeep and staffing (Inspiration Club swimming pool), monuments, retaining walls, fences etc.
- Management services related to the provision of services
- Architectural design review and covenant enforcement services
- Resident engagement, communications and events programming
Please note, if you are a resident in the Hilltop 55+ at Inspiration portion of the community, the Hilltop Club Association is funded through a separate quarterly assessment to cover their expenses. Questions related to the assessments imposed by the Hilltop Club Association can be directed via email to [email protected].
For a full detailed accounting of the District’s revenues and expenses, please see the 2022 Budget.