Membership
All residents of Whitehall are members of the Whitehall Homeowners Association.
 
All members benefit from the WHOA’s efforts to strengthen our community and to ensure that Whitehall remains a great place to live.
 
Members whose dues are current have certain additional privileges. Read more below about the benefits of living in Whitehall and of being a Whitehall HOA member
 

 
Membership dues

Dues are per calendar year, January-December, and they cover all adults in your household. For 2020, the annual dues are $21. You can pay your dues, and even add an optional donation, in any of several ways.
 
  • Mail the membership form with your check. The mailing address is on the form. 
  • Bring your payment by cash, check or credit card to a General Meeting.
 

 
To pay online with PayPal
 
This online option lets you pay your dues securely from your checking account or your credit card. You don't have a PayPal account? No worries, you can be a PayPal Guest. 
 
The first step is to send your household's information, in the member information survey
 
At the end of the survey, you'll find a link to Pay Dues Online
 

 
What are the benefits of WHOA membership?
 
All members
 
All Whitehall residents --
  • Benefit from the WHOA website to get news updates about our community and to submit questions and suggestions to the WHOA.
  • May take part in WHOA meetings and special events.
  • May take part in community improvement efforts. In the past, these have included entrance gardens improvements, neighborhood appearance projects, and community action coalitions to resist zoning changes, highway construction in the neighborhood, and objectionable nearby businesses. 
  • Receive newsletters and other special mailings on issues affecting the neighborhood. 
 
Dues-paying members 
 
In addition to the benefits above, members whose annual dues are current are also eligible for other benefits, including -- 
  • May vote in WHOA elections and on other issues before the membership.
  • May participate in HOA committees (for example, committees for judging Christmas lights).
  • Are eligible for cash prizes in certain neighborhood competitions (Christmas lights, Halloween decorations, etc.).
  • May request WHOA financial support for such activities as neighborhood block parties.
 
If you have any questions about membership or any neighborhood interests, please Contact Us