Hope Valley Farms North Homeowners Association
For the communities of Arborfield, Carlton Crossings, Gable Ridge, Gaithers Pointe, Greyfield, Hunters Forest, Linden Oaks, Regency, Spring Meadow, Stonebridge, Sullivan Trace, and Wiltshire
Leaf Pickup Schedule
Please have your leaves at the curb by these dates so they can be collected.
Tuesday, January 4th – Hunters Forest & Spring Meadow
Wednesday, January 5th – Arborfield, Wiltshire & Gable Ridge
Thursday, January 6th – Gaithers Pointe, Linden Oaks & Regency
Friday, January 7th – Carlton Crossing & Stone Bridge
Monday, January 10th – Sullivan Trace & Greyfield
Save the Date!
The Annual Meeting of the members of HVFN will be held at 7:00 pm on Monday January 31, 2022 virtually via Go To Meeting. The link will be sent via email and mail. This notice is the “Call for Candidates Notice” and is being sent to all property owners of record to provide all interested owners the opportunity to submit their name as a candidate to fill a seat on the Board of Directors (“the Board”) for a three year term. If you are interested in being on the slate of candidates for the HVFN Board of Directors, complete and submit the self-nomination form.
All homeowners are required to pay association dues. Payments are due on the first of each month. Past due accounts are subject to late fees. Thank you for your prompt payment and support! There are several ways to pay your dues, with the easiest and simplest being direct bill pay from your bank. Click the button below to learn more about payment options.
Rules & Regulations
Did you know that homes in an HOA tend to sell at a premium? The purpose of a homeowners association (HOA) is to maintain or boost property values, provide services not covered by property taxes, and keep the common areas looking beautiful. In order to do this, a set of guidelines were established to ensure properties look their best. We hope you will take some time to learn about our community’s rules and restrictions.
Before initiating any major changes, such as painting, removing trees, or adding a porch or shed, you will need approval from the Architectural Review Committee to make sure the architectural guidelines are followed. Learn more about when this approval is required and how to submit your application.
Every year, all homeowners are invited to a meeting hosted by Towne Properties and the Board of Directors. This is a time to ask questions, propose ideas, discuss important topics, learn how dues were spent to improve the community, and elect board members. This is a great way to get to know your neighbors! To make sure you are notified of upcoming annual meetings, sign up for our email list.
Becoming an HOA Board member or committee member is a great way to get more involved with your community. The HOA Board and committees meet regularly to make important decisions about common area landscaping, neighborhood safety, social events, community services, and other ways HOA dues are spent. Learn more about joining the Board or a committee.
Events & Services
Our HOA’s most popular event of the year is the Fall Festival! The HOA hosts this annual event for homeowners of all ages to enjoy. Throughout the year services such as leaf collection and ‘shred-it’ events are also scheduled. Stay up to date by signing up below for the HVFN email newsletter.
Dues Payment Information
All homeowners are required to pay association dues. For your convenience, there are three payment options. Payments are due on the first of each month. Past due accounts are subject to late fees.
HOA dues are $28.50 per month. Late fees are $10 per month.
*IMPORTANT* Mortgage companies do not pay HOA dues. Significantly overdue accounts may incur collection charges, legal fees, and potential foreclosure. Please contact email@example.com if you are at risk of foreclosure or filing for bankruptcy.
Thank you for your prompt payment and support!
Towne Properties utilizes Community Café to handle online one-time and recurring payments via bank draft or credit card. To get the required information to register as a homeowner, please contact our property manager at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note, there may be a service fee charged depending on payment type.
Bank Check/Bill Pay
The easiest and most cost-effective way to pay your dues is to setup automatic checks to be sent from your bank directly to Towne Properties each month. To do this, you will need to include the management ID, four-digit association ID, and your seven-digit account number on each check. You can find this information by logging into the homeowner portal or contacting your property manager at email@example.com.
The address for automatic bill pay is:
Hope Valley Farms North
c/o Towne Properties
PO Box 621717
Orlando, FL 32862-1717
Mailed Personal Check
To pay via personal check, you must include a coupon with your check to ensure the payment is sent to the appropriate account number. Coupon booklets for the year may be purchased from Towne Properties for $5.00. This cost will be added to your annual account when you order. To order a coupon book, please our property manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.