We have some changes coming up to our HOA board. We all have unique skills; the HOA provides an opportunity to learn life lessons, leadership, and interpersonal skills. There are ways to volunteer without filling a Board seat. Our HOA management company handles the daily business, which allows the Board to supervises the exchanges. For more information, contact us at email@example.com.
Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart. - Elizabeth Andrew
Reasons to Volunteer.
Next meeting: Tuesday, June 8, 2021, at 7 PM.
Community Yard Sale
Saturday, April 24, 2021
7 AM - 1 PM
Keep in mind NC Covid-19 restrictions. Frequent sanitation is highly encouraged.
Helpful tips to keep yard sale shoppers & yourself feel safe:
Annual HOA Meeting 2021
NOTE: Please watch for details. The Board is montoring State COVID regulations. This years meeting has been postopned to later in the year. 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. Be sure to keep an eye on the website and our Facebook page to learn about upcoming meetings.
We ask that you please keep all trash bins out of view. The HOA Covenants state in Article L (10) All Outdoor receptacles located on a lot for ashes, trash, rubbish or garbage shall be installed underground, screened or so placed and kept as not to be visible to the occupants of other lots. The covenants can be found on governing documernts tab.
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.
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