The Whitehall neighborhood is located in the Midlands of South Carolina, in the Seven Oaks area between Columbia and Irmo, in the unincorporated area of Lexington County. It began in 1960 and has a well-established, positive reputation for quality homes and exceptional character. It is ideally located for shopping, the availability of medical services and churches, and for navigating around the central Midlands area, with easy access to Interstates I-26 and I-20.
Whitehall is near an excellent Lexington County Public Library branch, and is adjacent to the Seven Oaks Recreation Center. It is in the prestigious Lexington-Richland School District #5. Whitehall is a great place to live.
Learn more about being a member of WHOA, and join or renew at the Membership
page. Memberships are per-household, so your dues include everyone in the family.
The Whitehall Homeowners Association was formed in 1989 by residents who saw a need for an organization to:
- Provide community spirit
- Encourage compliance with deed restrictions and covenants
- Provide a collective voice to obtain enforcement of local zoning ordinances and laws
- Encourage preservation of the environment and promote recycling activities
- Protect the residential character and quality of our neighborhood
- Secure resolutions and actions on other matters affecting our subdivision and surrounding community
The Association operates as a voluntary organization pursuant to a set of By-laws. Its nine-member Board of Directors includes four officers, and meets approximately once per month. General meetings for all residents of Whitehall are held twice per year, in the spring and fall. All residents are members of the Association, and may vote if they have paid the current annual dues. Dues-payment is encouraged, but not required.
Association leaders and members work in cooperation with other organizations in our community, including the Lexington County Sheriff’s Department, the Irmo Fire District, the Seven Oaks Recreation Center, and other community organizations. The Association encourages cooperative efforts to maintain the value and quality of our neighborhood.
The Association is very involved with an active Neighborhood Watch Committee. It also supports the Whitehall Garden Club and other neighborhood appearance projects, as well as friendly get-togethers within Whitehall, such as block parties and holiday activities.
Periodic newsletters keep the members informed about upcoming meetings and items of community interest. We encourage participation and communication among our neighbors through the NextDoor site, as well as through Facebook pages for both the Homeowners Association and the Neighborhood Watch program.
To learn more about how you can become involved in the neighborhood, look through this website and click Contact us
to let us know what you're interested in.