Summer barbeques.  Movie nights at the park.  Neighborhood service projects.  Ice cream socials.  Neighborhood Olympics.  Block parties.  Halloween costume competitions.  Christmas light competitions….

Community events are a great way to strengthen relationships among homeowners within the neighborhood.   Good food and entertainment always attracts a crowd.  Friendly competition and opportunities to provide community service can also draw people out of their houses as well!  The obvious benefit to holding these events is they are fun!  However, one often overlooked benefit neighborhoods receive from such events is that they help increase awareness and familiarity among neighbors which, in turn, inherently helps strengthen neighborhood watch programs.  The success of neighborhood watch programs greatly increases in those neighborhoods where homeowners take the initiative to get to know the people who live in their neighborhood.

  • Board and Annual Meetings
  • Collections
  • Covenant Enforcement
  • Architectural Review
  • Community Relationships
  • Common Areas