Welcome to the Hamlet at Southbridge Homeowner's Association Website!
Spring 2019

Check us out on Facebook
  • Shed Survey
    • The Hamlet Board is seeking input on a proposed change to our requirements for sheds. Please click on the link below and let us know your opinion. Thanks!
    • Shed Survey
  • 2019 Hamlet at Southbridge Annual Dues Reminder
    • If you have not yet paid your 2019 annual dues, a reminder is included with this letter.  Dues postmarked after May 1, 2019 will be considered delinquent and assessed an annual interest charge of 18%, and a late fee of $26.  If you refinanced or purchased your home after January 1, 2019 and your dues still show as outstanding, please send a copy of the closing document to confirm that your dues were already paid in lieu of a check. 
Please submit your payment by Tuesday, April 30th, 2019:
  • Hamlet at Southbridge HOA
  • PO Box 154
  • Savage, MN 55378
  • Homeowner's Assessed for a Portion of Mailbox Replacements
    • At a past annual meeting, the owners in attendance voted to allow the Association to assess back a portion ($150.00 per address) of the cost to replace mailbox posts within the village. The association pays the balance of the remaining cost for replacement. Based on our past experience with full replacements the cost total cost for a full replacement is approximately $450.00 per address. This includes all removal of the old post.
  • Receive Newsletter Electronically
    • To receive our newsletter in a PDF format instead of by mail, fill out the requested information on the form.
Click on  Get Adobe Reader to get the FREE Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDF Files.
  •  Hamlet Committees Need Your Help!
The Hamlet committees could use your help. Please consider volunteering on the maintenance, communications, architecture or rules committee. The time commitment is minimal and your input is essential.

  • Our Mission
As a Homeowners Association comprised of neighbors within Hamlet at Southbridge, it is our utmost goal to enhance and unite the neighborhood that we live in.  Preserving property values, maintaining and landscaping common areas, and organizing neighborhood events are just some of the ways that this can be achieved.