Woodland Springs Homeowners’ Association
The purpose of a homeowners’ association (HOA) is to maintain, enhance and protect the common areas and interests of the subdivision or neighborhood. In order for an individual homeowner to utilize neighborhood amenities (pond, pools, parks, tennis courts, etc.) each member of a homeowners’ association pays periodic assessments. The assessments are used to pay for the community expenses such as entrance monuments, landscaping, amenities like clubhouses, tennis courts, or walking trails, insurance for commonly-owned structures and areas, an on-site management company or any other item delineated in the governing documents or agreed to by the homeowners’ association.
Currently, the homeowners’ association for The Villages of Woodland Springs is comprised of the Board of Directors and Centurion American. Until full development of the Villages of Woodland Springs is completed, the primary governing body will be the Board of Directors and Centurion American. The intermediate group between the residents and the homeowners’ association is the Advisory Council, which is comprised of elected residents. Sub-Committees (listed to the right) will report to the Advisory Committee.
How to get Involved in the Community
There are many great opportunities for residents to get involved in the community of The Villages of Woodland Springs. Resident involvement ensures that the Villages of Woodland Springs is a great place to live and is also a great way to meet new neighbors. In order to address the various agendas and issues throughout the community, several sub-committees under the Advisory Committee have been developed. These committees communicate through individual web pages on this site by:
- Providing committee progress, updates and articles
- Offering opportunities to join a committee
- Explaining how each committee utilizes dues
- Posting meeting dates and times for resident attendance
- Accepting resident questions or comments directly to the committee chair