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There are often positions available on the Association Board. E-mail Us if you are interested in volunteering for a Board committee and/or becoming a board member.

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Welcome to Hurricane Creek

Welcome to Hurricane Creek, one of the premier subdivisions located in the growing East Brainerd area. Here in Hurricane Creek, the homes are located on large wooded, gently rolling lots. You can get the feeling of quiet solitude and country living with the conveniences of the city near by. Our kids get to attend some of the best schools Hamilton County has to offer. It is a place you would be delighted to raise a family. Although a large subdivision, there exists a sense of neighborly community where neighbors and visitors alike often stop and talk or wave as they pass by.

Hurricane Creek has a community pool and recreation area that is available to homeowners through a membership program.

Governed by restrictive covenants, this neighborhood has maintained a level of integrity that makes living here inviting. If you are not lucky enough to live here, come by and take a look. You just might want to make Hurricane Creek your home!

The entrance to Hurricane Creek Subdivision is located at the intersection of East Brainerd Road and Hurricane Creek Road about three miles east of I-75. It can be easily identified by its beautifully lighted brick entrance.


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Hurricane Creek Homeowners Association (HCHA)

The goal of HCHA is to assist in maintain an environment that is safe and supportive for raising a family and to assist in protecting the standards that maintain the property values of each homeowner. HCHA, of which each homeowner is invited to become a member, is committed to the goal of making our subdivision one of the best places to live in Chattanooga. That is the standard by which decisions are based. HCHA represents the neighborhood during various activities such as rezoning and growth planning. Please become a member of the association by investing in the expense and projects that support these goals. More >>

How is the Association organized?

HCHA is governed by the following elected voluntary positions:

  • President
  • Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Board Members - 4 other non-executive positions.

Board members are elected by dues-paying members of the Association at the annual community meeting. Meeting information, such as  date and time, is announced on the blog and may be posted on a banner at the sudivision entrance. Board members may be elected for up to 3 years. The Board, in turn, elects the executive officers listed above. Executive terms are for one year, but may be renewed.  Everyone is invited to attend the annual community meeting.