HVL is a private community incorporated in the State of Indiana as Hidden Valley Lake Property Owners Association (HVL POA). Our spacious Community Center offers a panoramic view of the dam and marina area. It houses the POA Office, as well as conference rooms, the HVL Fitness Center and a Community Room available for meetings and events.
The POA Office is command central for the Community Manager and his staff who manage the day-to-day affairs of the community. With a security force of Dearborn County reserve deputies providing 24/7 service, HVL one of the safest communities in the Greater Cincinnati area.
The fully equipped Maintenance Department maintains the 28.5 miles of privately owned roads, lakes, dams and amenities. Although snow removal from our picturesque roads can be challenging, HVL boasts the clearest roads in the county.
Please contact any of the personnel below for assistance. We are here to serve the residents of Hidden Valley Lake!
New POA Office Hours
Jason Craig – Supervisor
124 Hidden Valley Drive, 812-537-3091
Pool & Beach:
Nora Humphrey – Manager
Pool: 20698 Lakeview Drive, 812-537-1707
Beach: 19951 Longview Drive, 812-537-4151
About Our Manager
The Hidden Valley Lake POA employs a professional community manager and staff to provide members’ services and facilitate daily operations.
David Wismann, Hidden Valley Lake Community Manager, was born and raised in Aurora, Indiana, where he and his wife, Tammy, currently live. They have three grown children and several grandchildren. He is a graduate of Lawrenceburg High School, IVY Tech Community College, Northern Kentucky University, and has a Master’s degree in Criminology from Indiana State University.
David retired from the Dearborn County Sheriff’s Department in 2014 after thirty-year career where he held several positions from jail officer to elected Sheriff. He was our lead deputy here at Hidden Valley Lake until his appointment as community manager.
David is primarily responsible for managing the day-to-day operations at Hidden Valley Lake and for ensuring community compliance with the Bylaws, HVL POA Operations Manual, procedures, and policies established by the Board of Directors.
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