With the re-launch of HiddenbrookeOnline, Sharpdot has helped the Hiddenbrooke Community move squarely and boldly into the 21st Century! Designed and developed using Drupal, the new website has allowed this Bay Area community to ‘print’ their quarterly newsletter in an online edition, saving time and money. More importantly it provides an easy to use online resource – a place where you can find everything you might need to know about Hiddenbrooke.
From their website:
Located near Vallejo, California, just 30 miles from San Francisco, and just 10 minutes from the Napa Valley, Hiddenbrooke is a beautiful master planned community with over 1200 homes. Our community is built around the Hiddenbrooke Golf Club, a signature Arnold Palmer designed golf course which has one of the highest Golf Digest rating for any golf course in Northern California.
This website is maintained by the Hiddenbrooke Property Owners Association for the benefit of Hiddenbrooke residents. It contains a variety of information about our community, including community news and events, how to join the community’s Yahoo News Group, information about clubs and groups, information for renters and new owners, important phone numbers, referrals for getting work done on your home or yard, important information for maintaining compliance with the community’s Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), as well as a number of other topics. We make every effort to keep the information current, but updates may lag behind the changes in information.
Update: Sharpdot continues to provide both support and web hosting for this custom Drupal website which was has been running since 2009! The site utilizes a combination of Drupal community modules and custom built ones to serve the Hiddenbrooke community with features including a calendar, homeowner association downloads and resources, information for renters, community announcements and a local phone directory. The best part of using Drupal is that all of the site’s functionality can be maintained by the residents of Hiddenbrooke itself.