News and Updates
March 1, 2020
Tree and Shrub Trimming
We're getting ready for spring! You may have noticed that all the large trees around the park are being trimmed. The landscaper is mulching the removed branches and laying the mulch around the trees for more protection. We'll soon begin the new season of shrubbery and grass trimming as well. Be sure to have a look as you drive by, our common areas are looking great!
October 31, 2019
Unstable weather is forecasted for our area this afternoon and evening. Today is also Halloween and we enjoy seeing our neighborhood streets lined with children in their costumes. After consulting other neighborhoods in Clemmons and the surrounding area, Springfield Village will proceed with Halloween trick-or-treating this evening. A list of alternative options is available on our Facebook group.
June 10, 2019
2019 Annual Meeting
Thank you to the 40+ residents who attended our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, June 4. The Board enjoyed conversing with our neighbors and discussing concerns that need addressing throughout the Association. If you'd like to request the minutes from the meeting, please contact the Board and a copy will be emailed to you. More information on the Restriction on Leasing proposed Amendment is forthcoming given a vote could not be conducted at the meeting.
December 24, 2018
2019 Annual Dues
Invoices for the 2019 Annual Association Dues were delayed in distribution and should be received by December 30, 2018. The due date has been adjusted to January 31, 2019 in light of this delay.
3.1.20 Restriction on Leasing Update
Late in 2019, Springfield Village residents signed and approved the leasing restriction amendment requiring a two year waiting period before a property can be leased.
The update to the Restrictive Covenants has been completed and our HOA attorney is working on getting the document recorded. We will post the new Restrictive Covenants as soon as we receive the official recorded copy.
Welcome to the neighborhood.
Springfield Village is a community tucked away off of Knob Hill Drive in Clemmons, North Carolina. Our community of 127 homes offers a friendly, quiet, and peaceful environment for all. Among the perks of this unique community include a large common area park with benches, picnic areas, swings, and playground equipment. Welcome home.
Buying a home in the neighborhood?
All homeowners must join the HOA. Annual dues ($175) support the maintenance and repair of the entrance, common areas, and lighting; bookkeeping, mailings, and distribution costs; and reserves for unexpected expenses.
An administrative fee of $50 is assessed at the time of the title transfer, which is paid by the buyer at the time of closing.
For more information on the status of dues or questions ahead of closing, please contact the Board.
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