Welcome to Quail Park
Quail Park is located in a secluded, wooded area of southwest Portland, home to walking trails, a creek, and regular wildlife sightings. The neighborhood was designed to be park-like and in harmony with the natural landscape. Quail Post Road is a private road and can be accessed from SW Huber St. from the south, and SW Lancaster Road from the north. Homes located on the east side of Quail Post Road have even number addresses and homes on the west side of Quail Post Road have odd number addresses. Drivers are urged to proceed slowly and carefully when driving in Quail Park as the area is popular for families walking with children and pets.
At the November 2017 Annual Meeting a majority of homeowners approved a dues increase. As of Jan. 2018, dues are $200/month. Dues can be mailed or dropped in the QPA mail slot in mailbox E. Payment is due on the first day of each month. After the 10th, a $10 late fee will be assessed. Monthly HOA dues cover water and sewer; street lights; maintenance of trails, streets and common areas; and general park expenses.
Quail Post Road is narrow and winding, and parking extremely limited. Please be mindful of where you and your visitors park. Overnight parking is not allowed in the cul-de-sacs or side roads of Quail Park. Overnight parking on the main road must be pre-approved by the Board of Directors. QPA has the right to tow vehicles in violation of parking rules. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact a Board Member.
Quail Park Neighbors have an informal, closed Facebook group where neighbors can connect. This is a great place to share and connect with neighbors. This group is not managed or moderated by the Board.
Update Your Contact Information
If you are new to the park, or your contact information has changed, please complete this form and either email it to a board member or drop it in the QPA mail slot in mailbox E.
It's important that we can contact you in the case of emergency and otherwise keep you informed about important Quail Park events and happenings. Thanks!