The mission of the Eagle Point Homeowners Association is to enhance the quality of life in our neighborhood by facilitating the safety, security, and social interaction of all our residents. The further mission is to increase the property values of individual homes through community improvements and maintenance while supporting our board of directors through volunteering our time and talents to accomplish these goals.
Annual HOA dues are $250
Due in the HOA office by 5:00 January 31st.
Eagle Point Hey!!!!!
It's HOT outside today!!! Hope everyone is drinking a lot of water and staying cool! Remember if you have pets to check their water dishes because they also get HOT! If you have a pet that lives outside, please make sure that they have plenty of shade that they can get to as well.
Hope all of the Oak Mountain school residents had an easy and breezy time getting through with the school registration process!?!?! Can't believe school starts in about 2 weeks. If you have not gone on that much-needed vacation...make sure to squeeze it in before getting back to the grind of school, after school activities, work and all the crazy rushing around!
Spread the word about the Eagle Point Garage Sale on September 9th. Y'all have about a month and a half to start cleaning and planning what needs to stay and what needs to go. Also, practice your bargaining skills so your items can sell at a great price!!!
The Construction work by Eagle Point Drive and Farley Lane should be finished today (for the time being). The workers mentioned today that they appreciated all the waves and smiles as residents drove by them. Also, the work on the water tap by Eagle Hollow Drive and Eagle Point Circle ended yesterday. Now the County just has to wait for the ground and dirt to settle before laying sod. Eagle Nest, over on the Hwy 119 side, is waiting on the company to install curbs before putting in the streets. We will try to keep residents updated week to week on any happenings construction-wise in the neighborhood.
Several of the construction workers have shared with the HOA their stories of the lack of concern for their safety shown by residents speeding through the neighborhood. In fact, when a representative went to talk with them to understand the problem, they were almost hit by a speeding car. What if that individual was YOU??? What if it was a CHILD and was struck by that vehicle??? These were not teenagers that were speeding but adults who LIVE in THIS neighborhood. Please be aware that tag numbers and vehicle descriptions are being collected. Please be considerate when driving by someone walking or working either in or near the road. Think of how you would feel if someone did not even put their foot on the brakes and/or barely moved over when driving past. In fact, a snails pace might be best!! Please remember that there is a speed limit of 25 MPH in Eagle Point. Nothing is so time-critical that you may hurt someone...PLEASE SLOW DOWN!
The HOA noticed that EAGLE POINT RESIDENTS did a wonderul job removing the trash cans from the street this week!! Thanks so much...keep up the great effort with your yards, mailboxes and street parking EAGLE POINT!
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