Trash Cans and Recycling Bins

Please DO NOT LEAVE Trash Cans and Recycling Bins in front of your house or property. Trash cans and recycling containers left out in our community detract from its appearance. Article VII, Section 8 of our Covenants requires that all trash cans, storage containers, equipment, etc. MUST be obscured from view of adjacent lots and streets. Please help the community to look its best by storing your containers behind a fence or in your garage. Thank you!

To request more bins from the county, go to:

Architectural Review Committee

According to Country Place HOA Covenants and By-Laws which every owner signed and agreed to when you purchased your homes, all residents of Country Place are bound by law to submit all proposed changes to their homes and properties to the Architectural Review Committee, and must receive approval from the committee before changes are made. For select minor improvements, there is a “Pre-approved list” posted on our web site.

Note: Since our community P.O. box is only checked monthly, for faster response, please submit your plans directly to an Architectural Review committee member 30 days before you would like to begin your project.

Annual Dues: what do they pay for?

Annual dues are an important and necessary part of living together in a desirable community. To maintain the appearance of our community (as well as property values!), annual homeowner dues cover:

  • common area maintenance
  • trimming and mowing grass
  • tree trimming, mulching, and removal
  • snow plowing of streets
  • sign maintenance and electricity
  • traffic island repairs, mulching, and maintenance
  • attorney fees
  • state filing fees
  • newsletter costs
  • annual dues notices
  • postage for mailings to members
  • P.O. Box
  • registration
  • etc.

Country Place HOA dues are $150/year

Dues notices are mailed each Fall, and discounts have been given in the past for homeowners who attend the annual meeting when a quorum is present (subject to discretion of the board). Legal action will follow for homeowners who do not pay their dues. If you owe dues, please submit them asap or contact the HOA president via our Contact Form.