Guide: Neighbor Directory Access

Resident Directory Guide

The Directory will now be available on the HOA’s website,

New this year, there are two directories:

  1. The "legacy" style of Directory has two sections; residents listed by name, and by address. It consists of several pages in a PDF format; it can be downloaded and printed as needed.
  2. A new website Directory populated by residents' information when they register. Residents may opt out of providing an email address in the Directory.**

Although registration is required to see/download either one of the Directories, it is very quick and easy; to get started please click

How to Get a Printed Copy of the Directory

eVrXcP9bby67kC89.jpg To get a printable "legacy" Directory, navigate to the "Legacy" Residents Directory and click on it. Follow the instructions on that page to open, download and print.

To use the "NEW Registered Resident Directory", click on it and view the page. The new Directory contains a "search" tool enabling users to search on name or street.

NOTE: Both Directories are visible to only registered residents.

  • If you encounter any problems or wish to request changes to your listing in the legacy Directory, please send an email to the FSP Communication Manager ([email protected]).
  • Please send questions or suggestions to the FSP Communication Manager ([email protected]).

** This expanded Directory contains the residents who have registered on the website. Depending on the permissions they have set during their registration process, clicking on the name will show viewable information such as telephone number, email address, photo and additional resident and social information. Offering the email permission will allow users to contact other neighbors via email if desired. Registered users may opt out of all the settings, including not being listed in the Directory.

John Fritsche
HOA Communications Manager
Email: [email protected]