Greetings from Stonecroft!
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2021 4th Quarterly HOA Meeting - Sunday, November 14, 2021
The next Quarterly HOA Board Meeting will be held on Sunday, November 14th at 2pm. Please refer to the 4th Quarter invoice and statement for the call-in number or call/text President Paul Peterson at 404-242-6942 at least 15 minutes before the meeting.
The 2nd Quarterly HOA Board Meeting was held via a conference call on Sunday, June 6th at 2pm. Homeowners were able to dial-in from the comfort of their own home to attend the meeting. The Minutes from that meeting were mailed out with the 3rd Quarter invoices and are placed in the Homeowners Only section of this website.
2021 dues remain at $165/Quarter - We will still allow monthly payments of $55.00.
Prior Meeting Minutes & overall HOA Financial information (not individual homeowner account information) can be obtained from
the secure Homeowner section of this website. NOTE: You will first need to request access and keep your password handy for subsequent logins.
Stonecroft is a covenant-enforced community! Our covenants were developed to create a uniform look while providing safety to all who enter. We believe education is the key to enforcement. Homeowners are responsible for any tenants residing at your property. To view the full covenants, click here. Violations can result in fines up to $25 per day per violation. Please keep in mind the following:
Pets – For the residents in Stonecroft who have dogs, you MUST pick-up their excrement! Anyone caught NOT picking up after them WILL BE FINED! Dogs must be on a leash when walking them in the neighborhood.
Trash Bins and trash must be stored in your garage or back yard so as not to be visible from the street or any drive. Trash bins may be placed curbside on Wednesday evening before the Thursday morning pickup and must be returned to your garage or back yard on Thursday evening.
Parking is NOT allowed on the private drives (common driveway areas leading to the garages). Instead, vehicles may park on the main streets so long as they are a) not parked against the flow of traffic, b) not obstructing the mailboxes or making it difficult for mail delivery, c) not parked within 30 feet of a STOP sign, d) not parked within 15 feet of a Fire Hydrant, and e) not parked on the grass, damaging sprinklers.
Garage Doors shall be kept closed at all times, except when entering or leaving with your vehicle. Garage doors can get off-track causing them not to close especially with changes in temperatures. To assure your safety, make sure the door closes completely and keep them closed.
Pressure Washing/Painting - In an effort to keep Stonecroft looking beautiful, please look at your property and see if it needs to be pressure washed or shutters/door painted. Be sure to check your fence also (inside and outside, with your neighbor’s permission if your fence is in their back yard).
Stonecroft is located within the City of Woodstock off of Highway 92. The community comprised of 143 cluster home style homes. Located within minutes of downtown Woodstock which offers the friendly small town charm reminiscent of days gone by. Local shopping and dining are just minutes away.
Stonecroft subdivision is located off Highway 92 within minutes of the City of Woodstock. Woodstock offers the friendly small town charm filled with beautiful trails, shopping, dining, and a love for the arts! For these reasons, Woodstock was named in Money Magazine as one of the 50th "Best Places to Live in 2015". According to City Manager Jeffrey Moon, Woodstock's Vision Statement is as follows:
"Woodstock is a sustainable city with hometown pride. Our city is a community for a lifetime with 1st class neighborhoods, a vibrant downtown and natural and designed beauty. Our residents enjoy convenient living and active lifestyles."
The Stonecroft community is located east of I-575, which provides easy access to the new Shoppes of Atlanta. Stonecroft is comprised of 143 cluster style homes. Some of the community features are:
Low maintenance, attractive one and two-story homes
Community Homeowners' Association maintains landscaping in front yards
Secluded neighborhood with a single entrance
Professionally-managed community with Protective Covenants
Please review the association Documents for additional information, details and exclusions.
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