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The Creekshire HOA board continues to listen closely to members of the

community. The board recently voted to make a change to the rules and regulations handbook, as follows:


​1. The allowable size for vegetable gardens has been doubled from 24  

    square feet to 48 square feet. The board was asked to consider this

    since some community members enjoy growing their own vegetables. 

    All vegetable gardens still require approval from the ARC and must

    not be visible from the front street.


The board will be reviewing rules for commercial vehicles and the number of allowable pets in the near future.  A previous post on this page stated these two rules had been changed, but that was incorrect, as these rules are still under review.

UPDATED!

Keep Your Vehicles Secure!


An unfortunate trend is happening in neighborhoods across the country. Thieves are entering unlocked cars and taking anything of value. There are no neighborhoods immune to this, including the Creekshire community. Several cars have been "broken into" during early morning hours. The one thing all have in common is every car was unlocked!


The best way to prevent

someone from entering

your car is to park it in

your garage. If you do

not have space in your

garage and must leave

your car in your driveway,

it is imperative for you to

keep it locked at all times.

Additionally, do not leave

any valuables in your

vehicle at any time. The

thieves stealing from cars are taking advantage of easy targets, which is unlocked cars. Thanks for doing your  part to keep the Creekshire community protected from this trend.



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Community Trash Collection


The board is currently looking at possibilities regarding a single contractor for trash collection. This will be discussed in more detail at the annual meeting. Should a decision be made to have a single contractor, the contractor's fee would be added to the quarterly statements. 


The board has received 

input from community

members that has

been mostly favorable,

but is certainly

considering the

opinions of members

who would prefer not to have consolidated trash pickup services.


This will be reviewed at the HOA Annual Meeting.