Lexington Hills

Lexington Hills
Shelli Daylong


Eagle, ID


Lexington Hills is one of the most desirable and established subdivisions in the City of Eagle. It contains 634 homes on 330 acres with over 44 acres of common areas that include green, open areas, mature trees, and three miles of walking paths. Common area amenities also include a basketball court, picnic areas and many waterfalls and ponds stocked with fish.

Dues/Irrigation/Transfer Fee Info

HOA dues are billed quarterly at $154.00 per quarter. There is a transfer fee of $300.00 for all changes of ownership. Irrigation dues are billed annually and range from $159.39 to $350.18, depending on the Lot size.



**Update: March 19, 2018** A professional surveyor has placed stakes and markers along common areas located near Stonybrook Ct. These markings are part of the pond and waterway rebuild project taking place in that area and help our contractors to avoid homeowner property. Additional markers have been added to delineate common area property lines prior to the start of mowing and irrigation season. Please do not tamper with them. Thank you!**

Message from ACHD:

Due to the onset of fall, ACHD has ended fog sealing – the final step of chip sealing – for the season. In order to fog the last miles that had been previously chipped in Eagle, the road temperatures would need to be a minimum of 80 degrees and the air temperature a minimum of 60 degrees for the treatment to take. Otherwise, we risk a bad application and lots of oil tracking on vehicle tires – and onto driveways, sidewalks and elsewhere, something nobody wants to have. Absent warm temperatures, the fog seal must end.

We anticipate fog sealing these remaining roadways at the start of the 2018 chip seal season, which we anticipate to begin in mid-June. The un-fogged roads have been swept, and we will continue to sweep them to pick up any loose chips in advance of next year’s fogging. We apologize for the inconvenience but the combination of poor air quality this summer, which forced a pause in our work, and the quickly falling temperatures have forced this change in plans. Thanks for your patience.   


6-28-17 REMINDER: Although our waterways may look tempting on a hot day, these are NOT recreational ponds and streams. Absolutely NO swimming or wading is allowed. This can damage the pond liner and cost the HOA money to repair. Additionally, our ponds are all quite deep and treated with chemicals on a regular basis, making them unsafe for people and pets. 


For after-hours irrigation issues (i.e. main line breaks), please call (208) 576-4911. Please note low pressure, broken sprinkler heads, water hitting the pathways, etc. do not constitute an emergency and should be reported to Development Services at (208) 939-6000 during regular business hours Monday through Friday.  

The Lexington Hills HOA is only responsible for repairs to Common Area sprinklers and lines.  Issues determined to be homeowner's responsibility will be billed to homeowner.  Thank you!


Board of Directors/Officers: Mary May-President, Dan Zacharda-Vice President, Bob Smith-Secretary, Tammy Conrad-Treasurer, Lowell Hursh-Director, Randy George-Director, and Kevin Cassidy-Director 

HOA Board meetings are held on the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 5:30 pm at Development Services, Inc. If you would like to attend a Board meeting please let Shelli know ahead of time. Shelli can be reached at 208-939-6000 or email shelli@dev-services.com 








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Development Services Inc.
9601 West State Street #203
Boise, ID 83714
Bus (208) 939-6000
Fax (208) 939-6118

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Office Hours:
9:00 – 12:00 & 1:00 – 5:00 PM
Monday – Friday