Events & Information

2022 Calendar

January 3 Annual HOA Meeting Agenda & Minutes
  24 Recycling Pick Up  
  30 Pond Bush Debris Removal Volunteers Needed
  31 Deadline for Payment of Dues Click Here for More Information
February 21 Recycling Pick Up  
March 9 HOA Board Meeting Agenda & Minutes
  21 Recycling Pick Up  
April 1 Late Fee for Unpaid Dues Click Here for More Information
  18 Recycling Pick Up  
  30 Community Yard Sale 7:00am - 1:00pm
May 16 Recycling Pick  Up  
June 13 Recycling Pick Up  
  15 HOA Board Meeting Agenda & Minutes
July 11 Recycling Pick Up  
August 8 Recycling Pick Up  
September 14 HOA Board Meeting


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  5 Recycling Pick Up  
October 3 Recycling Pick Up  
  31 Halloween Trick or Treating  
    Recycling Pick Up  
November 1 Recycling Pick Up  
  28 Recycling Pick Up  
December 14 HOA Board Meeting 7:30pm, TBA
  26 Recycling Pick Up  

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 supervise the exchanges. For more information, contact us at



       Volunteers do not necessarily have the time; they have the heart. - Elizabeth Andrew


Reasons to Volunteer.

  1. Safeguarding Property Value. Community maintenance can affect the value of your property. All HO could receive large bills if the HOA budget is not maintained correctly.
  2. Helping Fellow Residents. It brings a wealth of benefits for those who choose to help and might just be the key to happiness!
  3. Advance Your Career. Many employers consider such skills valuable in a candidate. Our HOA is listed as a non-profit business in NC. Just think how good CEO would look on your resume.
  4. Meet New People. Neighbors aren’t the only new people you’ll encounter, though. You also meet vendors, city employees, and HOA managers, giving you a chance to foster healthy relationships with your community.
  5. Changes the Rules. If you want to create real change in a community, the best way to do it is to become an HOA board member. Get familiarized with the HOA’s procedures on how you can make amendments.


***Next meeting: Wednesday, September 14, 2022, at 7:30 PM.



Everyone that lives or owns a home in Creekside Village are always welcome to attend the board meetings.
Quarterly board meetings will be on the 2nd Tuesdays; Mar 9th, June 15th, Sept 14th, and Dec 14th, 2022 at 7:30PM. Locations will vary. Annual Homeowners meetings are the first Monday in January at 7 at the Township 7 EMS Building. Check here or follow our Facebook page for any changes to the meeting.



Creekside Village

Community Yard Sale

Saturday, April 30, 2022

7 AM - 1 PM


The Board will take care of advertising, so all you have to do is set up and sell!



Helpful tips to keep yard sale shoppers & yourself feel safe:

  • Display posters to remind customers about social distancing.
  • Tables and chairs should be at least 6 feet apart.
  • Use tape, signs, or chalk to direct visitors through the sale.
  • Disinfect merchandise before putting it out for sale.
  • Clean tables and chairs throughout the day.
  • Supply hand sanitizer on tables and elsewhere for customers.
  • Wear masks and disposable gloves.
  • Sort clothing by size.
  • Minimize cash handling.    


Annual HOA Meeting 2022


Monday, January 3, 2022

7:30 PM

Township 7 EMS Building

2103 Old Cherry Point Rd


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.

Recycling Brochure July 2021 - June 2022
The neighborhood recycling is on Mondays on Red weeks.
2021-2022 Recycling Collection Schedule.[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [12.0 MB]

Know Your Zone.


Craven County hurricane evacuation zones for our neighborhood.

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.



  • Early  2021: Construction Begins
  • Late  2024: Construction Complete

More information is available at



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Creekside Village now has an official Facebook page. Follow our page for the latest updates on the neighborhood, reminders, and tips.


Association Manager:

Southeast Property Management

P.O. Box 12751

1916 S Glenburnie Rd. Ste. 10

New Bern, NC 28562

Hours: 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Phone: (252) 672-9980



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