WHAT IS A HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION?
Homeowners associations, or HOAs, are formal legal entities created to maintain common areas; they also have the authority to enforce deed restrictions. Declaration of Covenants & Restrictions (DCR) are issued to each homeowner, and HOAs are established to ensure that they are adhered to in order to maintain the quality and value of the properties involved.
FEATURES OF A HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION:
- Membership is mandatory for all property owners within the development
- Members are charged mandatory fees and are responsible for payment.
- Homeowners associations have the authority to enact and enforce maintenance and design standards in addition to those established by City/County ordinances.
- Homeowners’ associations are corporations with formal bylaws and has a governing board and property management company to handle operations, maintenance, and enforcement issues
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
In Pebble Creek you will also find that the HOA is made up of a 5 member board that meets typically on the 3rd Monday of each month at 6:30PM at the Pebble Creek Community Center. The meetings will be posted on the main page of the website typically 3 weeks in advance and at the entrances to the community 3 days prior. The Board is made up of volunteers who are responsible for some of the following:
- Establish and collect maintenance fees needed to run neighborhood operations
- Maintain community landscaping
- Maintain recreational facilities
- Provide space for events or neighborhood functions
- Enforce deed restrictions including, but not limited to, exterior home maintenance, control trash and blight
Qualified Property Management is the management company for Pebble Creek Homeowners Association. Any questions, comments or concerns can be submitted on the website using the contact forms