Please utilize your driveways as best as possible when parking your vehicles. Not only will this help keep the roads clear, but we will also spend less money on snow plowing and ice treatments if there are fewer obstacles the driver needs to maneuver around.
Remember to rake your leaves and dispose of them properly. Don’t forget about the grass on your lawn. Fall is the time to apply a final fertilizer to ensure your lawn will be healthy and vibrant once it bounces back after the long winter months. These are just a few ways to increase your curb appeal and to keep all of our property values where they should be.
If you notice a street light is out, please email the Board so we can get it replaced.
An initial plowing of snow starts at 3”
Complete removal of snow will commence after the snow stops.
There are other neighborhoods that our vendor serves, and he will rotate the order in which he plows them so we will not always be first, or last.
Please understand that there could be snow at the end of your drive during this process.
No Parking on streets
The community association would like to remind you not to park your vehicles along the streets. Parking along the streets makes it difficult for emergency vehicles to reach their destination.
To assure that our community is viewed as a neighborhood people want to move into, we are again asking all homeowners to assure that their trash cans are out of view from the street. The Community Association would like to remind you not to park your vehicles along the streets. With School here and children out to play, keep an eye on your speedometer as you are driving through the complex to assure everyone’s safety.
Also, please be cautious as you approach intersections for children walking, to and from the bus stop. Our paths are there for everyone to enjoy - Let’s keep them as safe as possible. Parking along the streets also makes it difficult for emergency vehicles to reach their destination when there is an emergency.
The Allen County and City of Fort Wayne Plan Commissions require that each community that is developed has Covenants and Restrictions that are recorded with the plat to protect the integrity of the community. This document details the initial rules and guidelines for architecture, landscaping, dues, and a host of other items that will concern future residents. The Covenants and Restrictions require that an Association is established and gives that Association the right to collect dues. To see your association information, click here
Dues are used for various community expenses including, but not exclusive to, snow plowing, pond maintenance, mowing of common area, entrance maintenance, property taxes, insurance, and utility bills. These are ongoing costs to run the Community Association.
To assure that our community is viewed as a neighborhood people want to move into, we are again asking all homeowners to assure that their trash cans are out of view from the street.
Here are a few tips to reduce crime in our neighborhood
1) Turn your yard and garage light on from dusk to dawn.
2) Keep your garage door closed even when you are home.
3) Make sure your car is locked and keep valuables out of sight.
4) Report any vandalism or theft to the Allen County Sheriff Department. The non-emergency number is 449-7535.
5) Be a good neighbor and keep an eye on their property.
6) Report any issues with animals to Allen County Animal Control at 449-1244.