No. Trampolines, in general, are not meant for public spaces, which includes a housing company’s yard. Private-use trampolines usually have a light frame which is not designed for potentially rough public use.
If the yard of a housing company has private sections, a trampoline can be located within one of these spaces. Residents, however, are responsible for the safety of their own yards.
There are also trampoline-like equipment, usually called as jumping facility, which are intended for public use.