PLHOA Meetings & Neighborhood Events
Note: 2023 meetings will be in person.
All neighborhood residents are invited and encouraged to attend.
If you have an item to add to the agenda please send to the Board.
January 12, Thursday, 6:30
Closed organizational meeting of new PLHOA board
February 25, Saturday, 3:00
PLHOA Meeting in Christie Park
for proposed park shelter discussion
March 14, Tuesday, 6:30 PLHOA Meeting
April 1 PLHOA Annual Dues
$160 is due by April 30, 2023
Week of April 2
PLHOA Spring Brush Pickup
Please have brush next to but off the road no later than SUNDAY.
May 9, Tuesday, 6:30
PLHOA Meeting, Location TBA
July 11, Tuesday, 6:30
PLHOA Meeting, Location TBA
September 19, Tuesday, 6:30
PLHOA Meeting, Location TBA
September 23, Saturday, 5:00
Annual Neighborhood Party
Live Music, BYO picnic -- please join your neighbors for a fun gathering!
Week of October 22
PLHOA Fall Brush Pickup
Please have brush next to but off the road no later than SUNDAY
November 14, Tuesday, 6:30
Annual Meeting & Election of Officers
This is a tentative schedule. Always watch for mail station and Nextdoor updates.
Police / Fire 911
Chatham County Sheriff: 919-542-2811
Electric: Duke Energy Progress 800-452-2777, Outages 800-419-6356
Water: Aqua America 877-987-2782 www.aquaamerica.com
AT&T: Phone, Internet, TV, Uverse 800-288-2020
Spectrum: Main (833)-267-6094; Chapel Hill office (866)-874-2389
PLHOA Post Office Branch: 1500 W Main St., Carrboro 919-968-4573
Tax Collector: Chatham County 919-542-8260
Voter Registration: 919-545-8500 984 Thompson St. Ste D, Pittsboro
Visit chathamnc.org for polling locations.
The following voting site for the Manns Chapel precinct is also an early voting site for north Chatham voters
CCCC HEALTH SCIENCE BUILDING, 75 Ballentrae Court, Pittsboro
Directions: from Polks Landing Road turn right onto Hwy 15-501 South, turn right onto Taylor Rd., turn right onto Ballentrae Ct.
For animal complaints, information, lost or found, sick or injured wildlife
Chatham Sheriff's Office Animal Resources, 725 Renaissance Drive, Pittsboro, NC 27312
Trash & Recycle Collection Center
Cole Park Collection Center is a free Chatham County facility.
Located off Hwy 15 -501, turn in left of Eagles Gas, go to end of road
Must have a current decal to enter. Homeowners receive yearly. If you have not received one, contact them and they will resend.
https://www.chathamcountync.gov/government/departments-programs-i-z/solid-waste-recycling?locale=en for details such as acceptable items and hours.
Local Trash & Recycle Pick Up
Services charge a fee for pickup. Contact private providers such as:
Carolina Disposal 919-771-7944
Ellis Disposal 919-542-2208
Evergreen Waste Management & Recycle 919-537-8776
First Choice Disposal 919-542-5398 Pick Up Day - Wednesday
Waste Industries 919-596-1363
Polks Landing Mail Station located on corner of Creeks Edge & Stones Throw
Please keep your address identified inside box for the carrier.
Mail Box Key Missing or Lost? The PLHOA has a master set of keys. Contact Vice President for a copy. There is a $10 replacement fee. If you are a RENTER, please contact home owner.
Large Packages: Packages too large for your mail box or a bundle of held mail will be in “Package Room” directly around corner of building behind mail boxes. Contact PLHOA for door combination.
Lending Library located inside Package Room. Door combination required to access.
Free book sharing with books for all ages. Concept is run on honor system. Take a book, share a book. You do not need to share a book in order to take one but it is nice to donate when you can and return books when finished reading. If you have any questions feel free to contact Luna Mountainsea 919-933-2676
Message Boards located at Mail Station
This is a shared space for Polks Landing residents and the HOA. Residents only may post one business car and/or one flyer. Include the date on the bottom right of posting. After 3 months the HOA will remove any cards and flyers and recycle. The HOA retains the right to limit or remove excess or inappropriate postings.
Homeowners are responsible for maintaining their property all the way to the road. The county is not responsible for mowing the shoulders of the roads but, please note, they will very rarely go through Polks Landing and mow.
The PLHOA arranges free brush pick-ups in Spring and Fall each year paid from HOA dues. Watch for notices on the calendar and message boards for exact dates. Please do not stack debris by the road too early. Yard brush and limbs only, no bags, boxes, construction debris. Limbs maximum 8” diameter. Stack debris neatly on shoulder of road for easy pick up. Resulting mulch is available for resident use next to lot 120 on Polks Landing Rd. Location on the map at the mail station.
Common Areas: The PLHOA owns six Polks Landing lots.
Lot 1 0.015 acres, tax map 9775, block 28, parcel 5732
On Polks Landing Road, at the first lot where the Polks Landing sign stands before the first house on the left.
Lot 70 1.57 acres, tax map 9775, block 17, parcel 9637
The corner of Creeks Edge & Stones Throw.
"Christie Park" which includes the playground and mail station.
Lot 81 2.81 acres, tax map 9775, block 16, parcel 1777
Lot 82 0.98 acres, tax map 9775, block 17, parcel 1134
The Southwest corner of Fallen Log & Creeks Edge
Lot 118 0.46 acres, tax map 9775, block 09, parcel 9168
Lot 119 0.47 acres, tax map 9775, block 19, parcel 0270
The last two Polks Landing lots on the south side of Polks Landing Rd. This is where the brush pick-up mulch is deposited for neighborhood use.
Polks Landing Neighborhood History
Christie Park is named in honor of Charlie Christie (1915-1993) who lived here with his wife Florence from 1982-1993. Charlie 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.
About Polks Landing
A friendly community that sits amid a lush natural landscape of trees, creeks, and trails that includes a natural habitat of wildlife. The people have helping hands and helping hearts ready to help their neighbors in need. There is an unspoken respect for all of nature that resides here. In return, they allow us to coexist peacefully among them. It is a very special place to be.
~ Polks Landing homes do not have mailboxes.
~ Nearby Polks Trail does.
~ Nearby Hidden Valley has their own mail station.
Polks Trail and Hidden Valley are not affiliated with Polks Landing, so the neighborhood HOA is its own entity. However, we encourage neighborhood residents to embrace our Polks Trail and Hidden Valley neighbors and friends as part of our larger North Chatham community.
The neighborhood is using 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."