CALENDAR & Useful information

2020 CALENDAR — Stay Tuned, Coming Soon!

PLHOA Meetings  
January

Closed meeting of new PLHOA board
March            Tuesday, 6:30pm
May               Tuesday, 6:30pm
July               Tuesday, 6:30pm
September    Tuesday, 6:30pm
November     Saturday, 2pm 
Annual Meeting & Election of Officers

PLHOA 2020 Assessment — $147 

due April 1
6% late fee if paid after April 30th

PLHOA Brush Pickup(s)
Week of April 9

PLHOA Fall Party

Saturday, September 21, 5:00-dark


Please note!

This is a tentative schedule. Always watch for mail station and Nextdoor updates.

HELPFUL INFORMATION

Brush Pickups  The PLHOA arranges brush pickups covered by HOA dues. Due to increasing cost we will begin 9 month cycle of brush pickup in April.  Watch for notices. Please do not stack debris by the road too early.  Yard brush & limbs only. Limbs maximum 8" diameter. Stack debris neatly off of the road for easy pickup. Resulting mulch is available on HOA's Polks Landing Road lots.


Yard Maintenance  Homeowners are responsible for maintaining their property all the way to the road. The county very rarely mows the shoulders of the roads.


Poker Chip in Your Mailbox?  A poker chip in your mailbox indicates that you have an over-sized package or a bundle of held mail in the "Package Station", around the corner from mailboxes.  Please return the chip to either of the marked slotted mailboxes. Please contact the PLHOA for the padlock combo.


Mailbox Key Missing?  The PLHOA has a master set of keys.
​If you or your renter needs a key please contact PLHOA board member, ____ ____ (____@____.com) to arrange for a new copy to be made for you. There is a $10 fee for this service.​​ Please keep your address identified inside for the mail carriers.


Common Areas  The PLHOA owns six Polks Landing lots:
    ​Lot 1,    .015 acres, tax map 9775, block 28, parcel 5732

    Lot 70, 1.57 acres, tax map 9775, block 17, parcel 9637

    Lot 81, 2.81 acres, tax map 9775, block 16, parcel 1777

    Lot 82,   .98 acres, tax map 9775, block 17, parcel 1134

    Lot 118, .46 acres, tax map 9775, block 09, parcel 9168

    Lot 119, .47 acres, tax map 9775, block 19, parcel 0270


Lot 1 - where the Polks Landing sign stands by the first house on the south side of Polks Landing Rd


Lot 70 - the corner of Creeks Edge & Stones Throw, includes the playground and mail station. It is named "Christie Park" in honor of Charlie Christie (1915-1993) who lived here with his wife Florence from 1982 to 1993. He was a longtime board member devoted to making Polks Landing a family of neighbors. He planted the Norwegian Spruce which served as the neighborhood Christmas tree until it was cut down by the power company in 2007.


Lots 81 & 82 - the southwest corner of Fallen Log & Creeks Edge


Lots 118 & 119 - the last two Polks Landing lots on the south side of Polks Landing Rd, this is where the brush pickup mulch is deposited for neighborhood us

USEFUL NUMBERS

Police:  911, Chatham County Sheriff, 542-2811
Fire: 911


Animal Services: 542-7203


Animal Shelter: 725 Renaissance Dr, west Pittsboro off US 64, 542-7203


Electric: Duke Energy Progress, 800-452-2777, outages: 800-419-6356


PLHOA Post Office branch: 1500 W Main, Carrboro, 968-4573


Tax Collector: Chatham County, 542-8260


Telephone: AT&T, landline: 800-288-2020


Trash: free to use Chatham County facility behind Burger King or contract pickup by local providers such as: Ellis Disposal/ 542-2208, Waste Industries/ 596-1363, Carolina Disposal/ 771-7944.


Voting Location: Perry Harrison School, 2655 Hamlet Chapel Rd, Pittsboro, go to the end of Manns Chapel Rd, turn right, school on left,  we are in the Manns Chapel Precinct
Voter Registration: 984 Thompson St, Ste D, Pittsboro (across from the YMCA, but the Thompson St side of Platinum Commons), 545-8500


Water: Aqua North Carolina, 877-987-2782


Website: polkslanding.com

TRY NEXTDOOR.COM

The neighborhood is moving towards the website Nextdoor to communicate with each other. Participants may choose any level of participation or privacy they wish. From the Nextdoor website:​

"Joining NextdoorNextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It's the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it's free. To join Nextdoor on a web browser: Visit nextdoor.com, enter your email address, street address and zip code, and click GET STARTED -- IT'S FREE."

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