A Little About Us

​Arlington Woods is a property owners association, 

"Arlington Woods Property Owners Association"


AWPOA is a private community and is registered with the State of Ohio as a 

non-profit corporation with a Board of Trustees elected by the home owners.

The Board consists of; a President, a Vice-President, a Secretary, and a Treasurer,

plus two Trustees.  There is also a Maintenance Crew, that does maintenance needed from time to time on things such as; lighting, cleaning some of the internal ditches, and miscellaneous equipment maintenance.

AWPOA is in the Bowling Green School District and the buses pickup and

drop off children at the front entrance.  Water and sewer are provided by

Northwest Water and Sewer District.  The electric utility is American

Electric Power (AEP), cable is Time Warner, and the telephone provider is

Century Link.  All utilities are underground.

All properties are circular and separated by green areas referred to as Common

Ground.  There is also 70+ acres of meadow and woodland that is undeveloped

and maintained as a nature preserve with walking trails.  All property is 

zoned residential.

AWPOA is funded by quarterly dues.  Money from the dues covers such things

as; trash pickup, road repair, mowing of the entrance and along the highway,

​pond maintenance, mosquito spraying, dangerous tree removal from Common

Ground, Real Estate taxes on Common Ground, Maintenance Crew fee, and 

numerous other things associated with AWPOA.

AWPOA normally has a Spring Cleanup and a Fall Cleanup, where owners are

asked to participate in cleaning up brush, leaves, mulching flower beds, etc.

Additional cleanups could be scheduled if conditions occur that would warrant,

such as an unusual storm.  Not only does a lot of work get done this way, but

it is a great way to meet and talk with your neighbors.  Hard work, but fun as well!​

AWPOA also has a few "social" events through out the year such as a 

Summer Picnic,  a Holiday Party, Trick or Treat night, and a bonfire wiener

roast following the cleanups weather permitting.  A Social Committee is

always looking to add a few more fun events.  All events are casual dress,

"no formality here".

AWPOA has an Annual Meeting where members hear what happened over

the past year, plans for the new year, vote on new Board members, and hear

other important or not so important information as the case may be.

Members are encouraged to share personal information such as names

of household members, email address(es), and phone number(s).  This

information is useful should the need arise that would require contacting

a member in an emergency.  Email is used as the primary means of communicating information, such as minutes of Board Meetings and 

​other notices.  Depending on the importance, the information may be sent

through the Postal Service or attached to the members' mailbox.