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Arbor Village is a community located in Banks, Oregon just west of Portland on the way to the beautiful Oregon Coast.
The Arbor Village Homeowners Association welcomes you to our neighborhood. With a five acre park, Tualatin Valley Watershed, walking paths, The Banks-Vernonia Linear Trail, Stub Stewart State Park, and local businesses close by, Arbor Village is a great place to call home.

AVHA Meetings
AVHA meetings are held regularly. All homeowners are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Next AVHA Meeting
When: Canceled until further notice due to COVID-19
Where: American Legion Post 90 Meeting Hall
Time: 7:00 p.m

General AVHA Meeting Times
When: 3rd Monday of each month
Where: American Legion Post 90 Meeting Hall 13970 NW Main St.
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Changes in meeting date, time, or location will be posted on this site prior to the meeting.

Community Association Partners (CAP) maintains the records and is the management company for Arbor Village Homeowners Association.
CAP is responsible for all billing and accounting. Please remit payments to CAP directly. Contact CAP with questions about payments or records.
The Arbor Village property manager, through CAP, is Aubrey Bellowes.
You can contact CAP (ArborVillage HOA Management) from this site, or reach Aubrey using one of the following methods:
E-mail: info@capartners.net
Phone: (503) 546-3400
Fax: (503) 546-3401
Arbor Village HOA
c/o CA Partners
PO Box 3460
Portland, OR 97208
“Community Association Partners, LLC. has one simple goal, ‘To make a difference in the industry by setting a higher standard of management.’
Finding the right management company is difficult, that’s why at Community Association Partners we base our core values on communication, openness, education and trust. Values that help establish us immediately as a member of the HOA team. By working along side the HOA board as partners, we can help build a strong sense of community, increase property values, and enhance community liability.”