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~ News ~
Posted on Jul 18th, 2015
One of our board members, Travis Stetnish, has moved on to another area of Noblesville which creates a vacancy on our HOA board.  Our by-laws require five members on our board, so we need YOU!  If you have an interest in working to make our neighborhood even better, please contact Lori Ketner at (or via this website) for any questions about responsibilities, meeting dates, etc.  We meet just once a month (and we've been known to skip a month if no business is at hand) and are able to complete a lot of our work via the Internet.  THIS IS NOT A MAJOR TIME COMMITMENT but is a commitment of the heart.  A new board will be elected in October, so this short stint may give you an idea of what it's like to serve on our board.  Please consider how you can contribute. 
Posted on Jul 18th, 2015
It is with great pleasure that we announce the board of directors has voted to retain the services of Trent Management to manage our homeowners association effective September 1, 2015.  You may want to check out Trent's website at  Our new property manager is Steve Follis, and we know he will bring fresh ideas and a more personal touch to our HOA.  Plan to attend the annual meeting on October 20th and meet Steve.  Please remember that Kirkpatrick Management will continue providing services to the HOA until September 1st. 
Posted on Jun 11th, 2015
Neighborhood Notes
Change of Policy Regarding Fishing in Ponds
Posted on Apr 26th, 2015
The Board of Directors has voted to allow fishing in our neighborhood ponds by residents and their guests only.  Please do not allow your children to fish without adult supervision.  New signs will replace the present signs which prohibit fishing, and remember, ANY FISHING IN MPHOA PONDS WILL BE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
New Rules Regarding Fence Construction
Posted on Apr 22nd, 2015
If you are considering installing a NEW fence on your property, please be aware of the revised rule passed by the Board of Directors.  Any new construction fence MUST BE PLACED DIRECTLY ON THE SIDE PROPERTY LINES of your lot.  If your neighbor has already placed a fence on the side property line, you will be required to tie into it and the corners must meet.  This rule is also in effect for anyone who presently has a fence and replaces either of the sides of it.  If your lot already has a fence installed, you are not required to move your fence to the property line.  Should you replace a fence in the future, it will be required at that time.  REMEMBER, you must have a permit from the City of Noblesville AND architectural approval from the Board before you can begin construction of a fence.   Architectural approval forms are available on this website.
Reminders about our CCRs
Posted on Feb 9th, 2015
Please remember that our covenants specifically state that trash and recycling receptacles are to be stored out of sight.  We know that the containers are large, but these containers simply cannot be placed on the side of your home or left in front of your garage.  It is unsightly and attracts critters.  The Board will begin enforcing this covenant more strictly and ask that you comply so that you will not be cited.
In regard to these receptacles, if you are not able to store these items in your garage due to space restrictions, you may construct a wooden screen or fence to keep the receptacles out of sight.  There is no need to obtain a permit from the City of Noblesville to install a screen as long as the screen does not exceed 12 linear feet.  But, you are still required to obtain architectural approval from the HOA in order to install this screen, and those forms are available here on the website.


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~ Upcoming Events ~
Noblesville Farmers Market
Saturday, May 9th to Saturday, October 24th, 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at County parking lot west of White River on SR 32
The Noblesville Farmers Market will return on May 9th and will be open every Saturday morning into October.  Check out all the fresh produce, flowers, and items for sale!
Fall Community Garage Sales
Friday, September 18th to Saturday, September 19th, 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Our fall garage sale event is scheduled for September 18th and 19th.  Time to clean out closets (again)!
Annual Meeting Scheduled
Tuesday, October 20th, 6:00 p.m. at Noblesville East Public Library
Please plan to attend our annual meeting and election of board of directors.  We will review the upcoming budget needs and meet our new property manager.