How do I pay my Assessment and/or view my Account Balance?
Within the navigation bar along the top portion of this website, the Residents portion offers choices via drop down with the first option as Pay My Bill
In order to utilize this service, you will need to log in to the Managing Agent's website. Please bear in mind the Managing Agent's website is separate from the Association’s website. You will have two separate user profiles.
I'm refinancing/selling my home. Where can I find the information I need?
The information you need may vary by circumstance and institution. Some of the commonly requested documents are:
- Association Insurance
- Copy of the Annual Budget
- Governing Documents (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions; By-Laws; and Articles of Incorporation)
If you need a document or information not found in the list above, submit a Service Request
to the Managing Agent.
Where can I get a copy of my Governing Documents (Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions; By-Laws; and Articles of Incorporation)?
Under the Documents option on the navigation bar, select the link for Governing Documents
to download the desired document(s).
It's late, but I have an emergency! How can I get a hold of someone?
In the event you are in need of immediate assistance outside normal business hours, please call the Managing Agent's main line, (765) 742-6390, to obtain assistance.
Should this be an emergency where you or others are injured or in danger, such as a fire, please call 911.
What is an HOA?
A corporation filed with the state under a not-for-profit status formed for the purpose of administering Association business and the operation of all commonly held property. Each Homeowner in the Association has a percentage of ownership in all Common Areas. Each Homeowner will automatically become a voting member of the Association on the date of transfer of ownership recorded in the County Clerk’s office.
I'd like to make a change to the outside of my home, i.e. build a fence. What must I do?
Prior to any improvements, alterations, or additions made to the outside of your home or lot, an Improvement Application
must be submitted to the Managing Agent.
For a complete explanation of the process, please click the link above, or select Improvement Application available under the Residents option found on the navigation bar.