Welcome to the Bollinger Hills Neighborhood Connection!
The Bollinger Hills community is located in San Ramon, CA, in the hills west of highway 680. There are 538 homes in the development, ranging in size from 1800 sq. ft. to over 3000 sq. ft.
West of the development is the Bishop Ranch Regional Preserve, managed by the East Bay Regional Park District. This park is public accessible, complete with hiking trails and stunning scenery.
Many of the homes on the east side of Morgan Dr. overlook the city, with a view of Mt. Diablo.
Morgan Drive is the primary access road through Bollinger Hills. This street intersects two main thoroughfares in San Ramon - Bollinger Canyon Road and San Ramon Valley Blvd.
Bollinger Hills residents enjoy a community pool, park and picnic area, enclosed cabana (with a kitchen and restrooms), three tennis courts and a Bocce court. These amenities are for the exclusive use of Bollinger Hills residents and are centrally located on Morgan Drive.
The purpose of this site is to provide information about our neighborhood and the workings of the association. We are proud of our neighborhood and our homes. It is the association's purpose to maintain and improve, so that we can continue to enjoy our neighborhood and protect the value of our investments.
All homeowners automatically become a member of the Bollinger Hills Homeowners' Association upon purchasing their property.
BHHOA dues are billed semi-annually.
The best way to become involved with and informed about our community is to attend the monthly association meetings. BHHOA Meetings are normally held the 3rd Wednesday of the month, 7:30 PM, at the Cabana. All homeowners are welcome.
Bollinger Hills Homeowners Association
Annual Homeowners Meeting Bollinger Hills Cabana July 15, 2015
Bollinger Hills Picnic and Barbeque Area
The picnic tables and BBQ can be reserved prior to use. Please contact Mary Teffs at (925) 556-0747 for reservation information. Residents with reservations have priority over casual users.
Upcoming Classes: The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates community members about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact our area. CERT trains students in basic disaster response skills.
The BHHOA website is for informational purposes only.
While every effort is made to keep this information accurate and up to date, in all cases the
governing documents and official publications of BHHOA shall apply.
Any questions should be directed to the appropriate committee or Board Officer.