Update on the New Craven County Recycling Program. On Aug 27th, they will start delivering 96 gallon bins throughout the county. The bins will include a packet of information explaining the program and what types of recycling materials can be collected. The new program will start Oct 7th, so you will still need to use the green box bins until then. Recycling will be picked up every 4 weeks instead of every week once it starts. They do not want the green box bins back, so you can keep them for storage, give them to friends, or take them to be recycled at a convenience site. We will keep you updated as this program progresses
Please note the change of date due to schedule conflicts.
Monday, Aug. 26, 2019, at 7 PM
at 309 Conner Grant Rd.
May 2019 Newsletter. What are differences of CC&R, Bylaws, & Regulations? Our 5 page newsletter will help you to understand the differences. It also includes summer safety tips, current events, & other important community information.
Click on the PDF below to view it. It is also posted under the archived newsletters & minutes to the right and can be found in Appfoilo.
Join us as we work together to keep our neighborhood clean. Coffee, water, donuts, and trash bags will be provided. We will meet in front of the wetlands at 10AM to 12PM on Saturday, November 16th. It is a family friendly event. It will be a great way to teach kids about civic responsibility and meet someone new. Please bring a pair of gloves.
Poop Destroys Our Good Reputation as Responsible Dog Owners.
We have had several complaints about neighbors and/or visitors not picking up pet waste. The city classifies it as a misdemeanor and the penalty is $100 that must be paid within 10 days. The best way to handle this situation is to ask the pet owner to please pick up after their pet. If you are unable to resolve the situation then take pictures or video if you can and call the city to speak to a law enforcement officer at 633-2020. We do kindly ask that all residents respect our neighbors and the community property by being considerate when it comes to their pets. This includes free-roaming cats, not just dogs.
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Annual HOA Meeting 2020
The 2019 Creekside Village HOA Meeting will be held January 6, 2020, at 7 PM at Township 7 EMS Building; 2103 Cherry Point Rd, New Bern. Several topics concerning several new changes like quarterly meetings and newsletters and the 2020 yearly financial budget will be discussed. Be sure to attend these yearly meetings. It is very important to have good attendance of homeowners so that votes can be held in order to make improvements to the neighborhood. Renters are always welcome, but cannot vote unless they have been designated by the homeowner to represent them. Annual Homeowners meetings are the first Monday in January at 7 at the Township 7 EMS Building. Be sure to keep an eye on the website and our Facebook page to learn about upcoming meetings.
Creekside Village Community Yard Sale
Saturday, May 4, 2019
7:00AM - 1:00PM
Treasures will be found around every corner. Those who wish to participate are encouraged to set up a garage sale at their own home and we will take care of the advertising. Our Facebook event has reached over 3K views and many shares; even New Bern Live shared it. We should have a great turn out.
The US-70/I-42 project will improve traffic on a 5.1-mile stretch of U.S. 70 from east of Thurman Road to the Neuse River Bridge in James City.
More information is available at