Established in the early 1970’s, Quail Hollow quickly became known as West Columbia’s up-scale neighborhood.  From its enviable location (nestled just off of Highway 378, between I-26 and I-20) residents enjoy short commutes to work in Lexington, Columbia, Irmo and all surrounding areas.  In recent years, five new neighborhoods were built around Quail Hollow in the hope of capitalizing on the convenient location and outstanding reputation of this friendly, old-style neighborhood.
New Residents/Renters to the Quail Hollow Community: Register if you do  not have access to our member only features.  Please remember that only residents of Quail Hollow may be members of the QHCA.
Existing members who may have forgotten their login on password click here to recover it.

Association Dues Payments can be made online or mailed to:
Quail Hollow Community Association, Post Office Box 4312, West Columbia, SC  29171

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Neighborhood News
Quail Hollow Garden Club Meeting
Posted on Jan 18th, 2018 Comments (0)
The QH Garden Club will meet on the following dates in 2018 (meeting time will be 7:00 PM unless otherwise posted):
January 23rd, hosted by Louise Sherrill and Rosemary Plumblee at 114 Otter Trail
February 27th, hosted by Margie Billings and Brenda Fraley at 2117 Beaver Lane
March 27th, hosted by Molly Rowe and Meredith Blocker at 2121 Pine Lake Dr.
April 24th, hosted by Tara Davis and Anastasia Crocker at 2125 Raven Trail
New Website Live !
Posted on Mar 15th, 2016 Comments (0)
Our new website is now Live. Come back regularly to see the new features and benefits.
New Neighborhood Directory
Posted on Jan 15th, 2016 Comments (0)
The board is working hard on a new Directory. All members will be receiving a notice that will detail the new directory plans and what information will be displayed in the directory for their listing.
Covenant Updates Approved and Filed
Posted on Mar 20th, 2014
For the past two years your board and community leaders have been working to update the Quail Hollow Covenants. This has been completed and filed. All residences were mailed a copy of the covenants. A copy may be found here.
A special thanks goes out to all involved in this process. Your Community appreciates your efforts !
Street Sign Project - Success !!!
Posted on Jun 15th, 2012 Comments (0)
Starting in 2012 a group of community members began a project to upgrate and improve the street signs in the Quail Hollow Community. Click here for the fundraising effort initial mailing.
Concluding in June of 2012 the fundraising was a sucess.
Here is the list of Contributors to this great Project !
Covenants and Ordinances

Public Documents
Covenants Phase I
Covenants Phase II
Lexington County Ordinances

Private Documents
Click here for Community Association Member only documents.
(Bylaws, Deed Restrictions, Financial Statements, Project Review request forms, etc...)

Deed Owner Information:

New Homeowner Information request
Letter to New Residents

Architectural Review
Architectural Review
No structure shall be erected, placed or altered on any lot until construction plans and specifications (with a plat showing location of the proposed structure) have been approved in writing by the Quail Hollow Community Association, Inc.  Please review our deed restrictions and clarification of covenants for further details.

Phase One of the neighborhood is located from the front of our subdivision to the power line right of way.

Phase Two is from the power line right of way to the river.
The Project request form is here.

Please supply our Chairperson for Architectural Review (Rules and Regulations) your request, which must be in compliance with the restrictions that apply to your residence. Contact Us
Stone Interiors and QHCA Fundraiser

What could be better than increasing your home's value as well as that of our community as a whole?  Stone Interiors is proud to provide natural stone, stainless steel, copper, and engineered stone countertops, vanities, and backsplashes.

And, for every purchase made, a percentage of the total cost will be given back to our neighborhood via a donation to the Quail Hollow Community Association!

To learn more, please click on the "Our Sponsors" link at the top of this page, contact Duane Naquin at 803-240-3067, or visit us today at