Village Committees Need Members To Fill Key Roles

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The Hot Springs Village Property Owners Association (POA) has many committees that have openings to serve. You must be a member of the POA in good standing in order to be considered to be placed on a committee. If you are interested you can fill out an application to be appointed to a standing committee available here. The appointment is then made by the Board of Directors and then you will be selected to serve on that committee for a given term. While the amount of time spent working on a committee varies you can expect to spend approximately 2 hours per week with a possibility of more time when certain events or occasions related to your committee are elevated. Another requirement is that you attend all monthly meetings. Failure to attend three meetings in a row will result in a possible removal from the committee. 

Here's Why People Love Living in the Village

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Thinking about moving to Hot Spring Village, but not sure if you'll like it? We understand! We know that life in Hot Springs Village is amazing, but you don't have to take our word for it; check out these testimonials from Village residents!

The HSV YouTube account posted a series of personal statements from actual residents describing what they love about living here back in 2018. Not much has changed since then so let's hear what they think about our lovely Village. This first one is from Linda, who enjoys the fact that the Village has a quiet, rural setting while still containing big-city amenities:

Hot Springs Village Welcomes New General Manager

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dog on a welcome matHot Springs Village is happy to announce a new General Manager, Charles King. The POA Board of Directors are offering an opportunity to welcome him to the Village in style. On Friday, August 7th from 4 p.m. - 5 p.m. you can participate in a drive-by socially distanced meet and greet at the Porte Cochere in front of Woodlands Auditorium. You can drive-by in your cars, golf carts or even your bicycles if you choose as long as social distancing guidelines are observed. Feel free to decorate your modes of transportation and make it as fun as you like. Want to advertise about one of our many groups and organizations? Feel free to do so! Honking of horns will be discouraged. Refreshments will be served in your cars and will adhere to social distancing rules.