HOA Dues and Finances

The Homeowner's Association (HOA) is operated by an elected three member board with staggered three year terms. Among the responsibilities of the Board is to "exercise all the powers and privileges and to perform all of the duties and obligations of the Association as set forth in the Declaration of Easements, Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (DECC&R)".

This includes:
  • to fix, levy, collect and enforce all charges or assessments pursuant to the terms of the DECC&R;
  • to operate and maintain the common areas;
  • and to contract for goods and services.

Currently annual dues for each homeowner are $440, payable in a lump sum in January of each year or quarterly payments in January, April, July and October.

If assessments are not paid within fifteen (15) days of the due date, late charges and interest, from the date of delinquency, is added to the account. Delinquent accounts are billed monthly with updated amounts included. The HOA may also bring an action at law against the delinquent owner with all interest, costs and attorney fees being added to the owner's account.