Hi Eagle Point!!
The HOA hopes you have a fun and safe weekend, especially with this being the last weekend in February. Spring is just around the corner and will be here in no time. Trees are already starting to bloom on Eagle Point Drive. This is a great time to start planning spring cleaning of your garages, flower beds and yards (don't forget to look for dead tree limbs)!!
REMINDER to remove your garbage cans from the street on the day that GARBAGE is PICKED UP!
Please remember that there are NO yard signs allowed in Eagle Point. The HOA understands that residents want to show support for your favorite candidates with the upcoming elections in June; but try thinking of creative ways to help instead of putting signs in your yard.
Eagle Wood Court
Residents on Eagle Wood Court and Eagle Point Drive might have noticed dump trucks going back and forth from this street to Griffin Park. High Point is currently developing a street at the end of Eagle Wood Court and the dump trucks are having to use Eagle Point Drive because this street is the only way to get to this section. The dump truck drivers apologize about the start time and promise they are trying to get everything done quickly and without speeding! Please call the HOA if you notice construction trucks using roads in Eagle Point. Most know they are supposed to come and go on Farley Lane but lately the HOA is having to remind them.
Eagle Point Spring Garage Sale
The Eagle Point Garage Sale will be Saturday, April 14th. Get your red balloons ready and start planning how and what items you want to put up for SALE!!!! The HOA will take care of the advertising but it is always great for homeowners to share information about the Garage Sale with their friends and family.
The HOA has had several complaints from neighbors over the past several weeks about dogs continually barking throughout the day and night. Please be a Good Neighbor and remember that there are 706 homes in Eagle Point and everyone has a different schedule. If you leave your residence make sure your pets are put up. The BARKING does not bother you because you are not at home to hear it. Also, if you hear your dog barking, please remove your pet until they settle down. Eagle Point is a pet friendly neighborhoodlets keep it that way!
Be SAFE Eagle Point!