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WHAT'S NEW AT SHENANDOAH


HomeLink Property Management

Welcome HomeLink Property Management, LLC.

Let's give a warm welcome to Scott R. Sells, our new property manager. While we hate to say goodbye to Mary from Marquis Management, we are excited to start the new year with a new property management company. Hopefully, you've already received the welcome letter, that provides a wealth of information about the new company, contact information, our new online payment portal and a new social media policy.

Please fill out and send in your RESIDENT INFORMATION FORM, and learn about how to setup your account number for online payment.

If you have any questions, please reach out to Scott and the team using the information found on our contact page, or in the footer of each web page.

Happy New Year!!!



New Landscaping Company: D & A Landscaping

We are happy to announce that we have a new landscape company, D & A Landscaping, owned by James Amey who has 30 years landscaping experience. D& A is a small landscape firm who is detail oriented, and always follow-up to keep the property owner happy and the property looking clean and manicured. They have worked hard during the 2022 tornado damage to get the property back to "the new normal" quickly, working alongside both FEMA and County workers. We look forward to working with James and his team of hard workers.



View Our December Newsletter

See what's new at Shenandoah. Our December Newsletter brings everybody up-to-speed to what's going on in our community.
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Clean Up Your Act!

In our desire to keep our community looking good, and continue to be a safe place to live, we continue to monitor and ask homeowners to abide by our community polices. If you have a yard that backs up to the fence, please do not discard yard refuse over the fence. If you have a basketball hoop out inthe street, we are asking homeowners to remove them from the street for aesthetic reasons. Please understand that for homeowners that possess continual community infractions, fines are incurring daily. If you need to cut your lawn, trim your bushes, and pull your weeds, please make it happen. Do you need to remove that old truck off your lawn, or pressure wash your house? We ask you to please take care of the issue, asap.
Your community will thank you.




Join Our Facebook Group

Facebook

This Group gives members of SCA a chance to get to know each other and a way to bring in new ideas. You can also post things happening in our community as a way to bring everyone together. Visit Our Group



View The Latest Newsletters

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Read the latest Shenandoah Community Association Newsletters, and read what's going on in your neighborhood. Get helpful tips and tricks for keeping up your property, understand local codes and find out about activities in your area.

Download the most recent newsletters:

You will also find these newsletters in the right hand column on several pages of this website.

Join The Piedmont Hospital Auxillary
Piedmont Hospital Auxillary

Our Auxiliary members serve as “Ambassadors of Good Will” and provide an array of volunteer services to the patients, the hospital, and our community.

For more information click here.

Thinking About A Home Improvement Project?

Approval For Projects is Easy...and Mandatory

Friends

There seems to be an increase in the number of projects started without having Development Review Committee (DRC) approval. Please remember our Declaration of Covenants and Development Guidelines require DRC approval for any significant changes to a property. Fences, planters, paint jobs, roofing, parking pads, sheds, garages, swimming pools, swings, shutters, RV parking, new construction, etc., are examples of the types of projects SCA members must coordinate with the DRC. Please see the Declaration and the Development Guidelines in the Covenants section of this website, or contact us directly for hard copy. Also, Coweta County needs an approval form from the Association for any work requiring a building permit.

Please note projects done without DRC approval:

  • Earn a $50 fine for the first occurrence with the amount of the fine doubling for every occurrence thereafter. Fines are added to the property’s balance.
  • Still require DRC approval.
  • Will have to be removed or modified if not approvable.
  • May be vulnerable to further covenant violation action.

Over the past several months, several properties have had $50 fines added to their property’s account. This is unfortunate for at least a few reasons:

  • It creates more work for the Board and DRC members. Remember, they are all volunteers. Volunteer time is better spent on making things better, not working on recurring problems.
  • Generally, any activity in conflict with the Declaration of Covenants lowers property values.
  • The $50 fine denies the property owner the Zero-Balance Credit on the next semi-annual assessment, since there will be a past-due balance on the property at the time of the assessment.

Please, contact the DRC if you are thinking of modifying your property.

Submit Project

Bad Guys, Watch Out!

Our Neighborhood Watch Program is Underway!

Neighborhood Watch

Sgt. Stephen Crook of the Coweta County Sheriff's Office kicked off our Neighborhood Watch Program while the voting was taking place. The meeting went on longer than anticipated because of the high level of interest shown by the 90 or so community members in attendance.

We will have larger Neighborhood Watch signs at each end of Shenandoah Blvd. to make it obvious to all those passing through, that we take security seriously.

All kinds of safety information and materials are available at www.sheriffs.org and www.nnw.org/usaonwatch. These websites show how to get everything from individual signs for our houses to brochures and training.

Thanks go out to Sheriff Yeager for the Coweta County Sheriff's Office involvement in the Neighborhood Watch program, and especially to Sgt. Crook for his time, his attitude, and his devotion to public service. Thanks again to Abundant Life Church for the use of their Sanctuary for the meeting. Look for the new signs over the next few weeks, and keep a wary eye out for the bad guys!