Plat Jurisdiction & Membership Inquiries
One way to determine if your lot falls under NPOA / NCOA jurisdiction is to locate your Plat number. A Plat is a large tract of land which contains smaller tracts of land called Blocks, which contain even smaller tracts of land called lots. Your home is built on one of those lots. Your Plat, Block and lot number can usually be found within your legal documents, title report, survey, etc., from when you purchased your home or lot. A list of the Plats that NPOA / NCOA cover is located below. If your Plat matches any of the numbers, your property is under NPOA / NCOA jurisdiction.
Another way to determine whether your property falls under NPOA / NCOA jurisdiction is to view this plat map. The map is a large PDF file (3.3 MB). You can enlarge it and find your street and lot. The areas colored in green are within the NPOA.
Download and view the map by clicking here
If you are still uncertain whether your property falls under NPOA / NCOA jurisdiction then contact our office by email or phone.
|Including properties located within the following Homeowners Associations:|
|Cimber Point Estates||Dittler||Emerald Mesa|
|Fountain Hills Fairway||Golden Eagle Estates||Kingstree Village|
|Las Torres||Lion’s Gate||Sirocco|
|Stoneridge South||Stoneridge South II||Villa d’Este|
If you would like to contact your plat delegate but you do not have their contact information, use this form: