This link’s intended use is to help
answer some of the most frequently asked questions that the Board of
Directors receives from members of the community. The questions that
followed are generic, but maintain the overall intention of the
questions the Board receives from various members. The responses
that follow have been agreed upon by the majority of the Board prior
to being posted to this webpage. It is the Board’s intension to
refer members of the community to this webpage when the answers to
their questions appear here for our response. If, at a later date,
the responses to any of the questions posed here should change,
notification will be announced in the other forums the Board uses to
communicate with the community to ensure everyone gets the updated
information. We hope you will find this webpage of particular use.
Question: I am new to the
neighborhood and would like to try to get a pool key?
Response: Please access
www.vfhoa.com. Look under the header playground and pool.
From there you will find a link to download the pool card key
your completed form to the mailbox found on the pool's main gate.
Once we have verified the homeowner's dues are current the board
will make every effort to get your key to you as soon as possible.
There are also forms available at the pool main gate should you not
be able to access the web site.
Question: How can we meet more
of our neighbors. Does the neighborhood have any social events?
Response: The Social Committee in
Valleyfield plans 3-4 socials each year. In 2007 we have an ice
cream social planned for May 12, a Pig Picking on June 2 and Oct 20
and a Christmas event December 2. The pool is also a great place to
meet and socialize with your neighbors.
Question: Are there any other
activities to get involved in here in Valleyfield?
Response: Yes, an adult coed
softball league is to begin late this summer. To be eligible you
must turn 18 prior to Aug 1, 2007. Team registration is by late
June so please do not delay to reserve your spot on the team. There
are a limited number of spots. Cost is divided among the players;
team cost is $450. Non residents are additional $9. If interested
email ccbeach @ beachsite.com with your name, address, phone and
email. Or if you are without email access drop the information in
the drop box on the main gate of the pool.
Question: As with many
communities we sometimes see pet ownership concerns. How does
Valleyfield handle this?
Response: Any strays should be
reported to Holly Springs animal control during business hours. A
copy of the Wake County Animal Control Ordinance can be found under
General information on the vfhoa.com site. We encourage
neighbors to clean up after their animals as they walk in the
neighborhood. We also appreciate other members in the community's
assistance with cleanup by providing pet owners a bag should they be
unprepared while walking their pet.
Question: Covenant enforcement
is a difficult thing. How does our HOA ensure our community
continues our agreed upon standards and processes?
Response: Through HOA meetings and
direct feedback; the board is open to all communication from
residents. Our Architectural Review Committee as well as Carolina
Property Associations is able to assist with any home improvement
projects in need of their consideration. Non-compliance is
addressed through restriction to community resources (pool) and
turned over to town officials if it regards construction items
requiring permits. This provides the HOA the ability to maintain
our property values and a desirable community for us all to live.