Committees of the HOA serve the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors appoint the members of the Committees and define the scope of work and funding for the Committee.
Community involvement is essential to the success of any neighborhood.
Volunteers are needed on all Committees – Please Volunteer!
Architectural Control Committee (ACC)
The responsibility of the Architectural Control Committee is to review Improvement Requests and insure the submitted improvement conforms to the Community’s recorded Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (DCCR’s) and/or approved Architectural Standards and Guidelines.
• 3 Members of the ACC are appointed by the Board of Directors.
• Members of the ACC are kept confidential.
If there are no volunteers, the Board of Directors will assume the role of the Committee.
Activity Center Committee
• Activity Center Committee Guidelines
The responsibility of the Activity Center Committee is to assist the Board by providing adult supervision/monitors at the community swimming pool, scheduling pool hours, and assist with club house rentals as key holders conducting check-in and check-out procedures, and activity center maintenance oversight.
• Communications Committee Guidelines
The responsibility of the Communications Committee is to form a network of communications among the entire Association, the Board, and Committees. This may include publications of a Community Newsletter, a Directory of Members, an internet web site, Community Alerts, or other forms of media.
• Finance Committee Guidelines
The responsibility of the Finance Committee for reviewing and providing guidance for the organization’s financial matters. Specifically, the committee assures internal controls, independent audit, and financial analysis for the organization. This Committee is Chaired by the Board’s Treasurer.
• Safety Committee Guidelines
The responsibility of the Safety Committee is to advise and assist the Board in developing and carrying out programs to promote safety, deter speeding, crime prevention, National Night Out, and a Neighborhood Watch program.
• Social Committee Guidelines
The responsibility of the Social Committee is to assist the Board in welcoming new residents to the community and the planning of social activities to promote community involvement for the benefit of all residents. Events may include community wide garage sales, National Night Out, block parties, Holiday decorations, and other events.
AD HOC COMMITTEES: None