The Honeoye Lake Park Association

A Community of over 230 Properties located on the Northeast Shore of Beautiful Honeoye Lake in Upstate New York.


Check out our important association documents here.
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The Association

Learn about the Honeoye Lake Park Association.

Contact Us

Contact us for any questions
or to volunteer to serve
on an HLPA Committee!

Pay Dues

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pay your dues online.


New Infrastructure Improvements Completed

The Rochester St. bridge is now 20' wide for emergency vehicles, head walls on both sides and now has a 4' oval pipe for the outflow. Also installed new drainage on Hamilton St. and Rochester St. to ease the ground water from the hills.

Continuing Infrastructure Improvements

The MCWA has fixed 4 water mains from Columbia St. to Princeton St. Residents will see drier roads. The Ontario County Sewer Dept. is installing risers on all manholes in HLPA. Please be patient and understanding. If you see them working they may leave equipment in your area overnight.


The Board Of Directors of the Honeoye Lake Park Association would like to wish all our members and their families a Happy, Safe and Enjoyable Holiday Season!

NEW! Boat Registration

In an effort to tighten up our shoreline, the HLPA is asking you to REGISTER YOUR BOAT OR OTHER MOTORIZED WATERCRAFT. We need to do this in order to keep track of boats and slip spaces. CLICK HERE to fill out our easy online form. 

About the Association

Your Association Works Hard to Maintain & Improve Our Little Slice of Heaven.

The Honeoye Lake Park Association (HLPA) is a homeowners association for properties located along the Northeast shore of Honeoye Lake in Upstate New York’s Finger Lakes region. The park was formerly known as the Times Union Tract and consists of 235 properties.

The Association is responsible for the care and maintenance of the common areas located within the park. This includes the roads and the large green space park at the shore of the lake. The association also takes care of dock issues, quality of life, and other issues common to all the homeowners in the association.

This new website will allow for easy usage and access to documents and other important announcements and information.

 While we’re still working on some of the functionality, but Members may now:

We hope you find this site useful. Please contact the Board with any question


The Association maintains and archives documents of all board meeting minutes, member meetings and other important activities.

The board maintains a library of documents and archives for the association. While we have meeting minutes and other documents going back decades, we make the past years’ documents available here on the website.

(If you would like to see older documents, please send an email to with your request and we will get back to you.)



January 2018 (PDF)No Meeting this month
February 2018 (PDF)View/Download
March 2018 (PDF)View/Download
April 2018 (PDF)View/Download
May 2018 (PDF)View/Download
June 2018 (PDF)View/Download
Annual Meeting 2018 (PDF)View/Download
July 2018 (PDF)View/Download
August 2018 (PDF)
September 2018 (PDF)View/Download
October 2018 (PDF)View/Download
November 2018 (PDF)View/Download
December 2018 (PDF)No Meeting this month
January 2019 (PDF)View/Download
February 2019 (PDF)View/Download
March 2019 (PDF)View/Download
April 2019 (PDF)View/Download
May 2019 (PDF)View/Download
Annual Meeting 2019 (PDF)View/Download
July 2019 (PDF)View/Download
August 2019 (PDF)View/Download
September 2019 (PDF)
October 2019 (PDF)


HLPA Certificate of Incorporation (PDF)View/Download
HLPA Declaration of Agreements (PDF)View/Download
HLPA Corporate ByLaws (PDF)View/Download
HLPA Rules & Regulations (2017) (PDF)View/Download

Contact Us

The board of directors needs input from members. We’d love to hear from you.

For NON-EMERGENCY issues, the Board is best contacted by email using the blue buttons near this message. We respond promptly to all email inquiries.

We do have  EMERGENCY ONLY phone numbers in case of imminent danger or emergency situation to persons or property in the community. These Board members live in the Park year-round. Please do not call them with general questions or inquiries.

Dennis Griffin, Board President

Sharon Helbig, Board Secretary