Welcome, and thank you for checking out our new and improved website!
We have a page for the "Phillips Pointe Press", and a page for the "Architectural Review Board" where you can submit a form to have your property changes reviewed for approval.
There is also a "Documents" page where you can view annual meeting letters, as well as the By-Laws and Covenants. The blog plage which you are on now will have new and helpful information concerning various topics throughout the year. We have carried over from the previous website the most pertinent information from the old blog.
We hope you like the new site and we look forward to interacting with you on our Facebook Page or in our Next Door Community Page!
Please also sign up to the Phillips Pointe Next Door Community where residents of the community can interact in a secure environment that is open only to Phillips Pointe residents.
There is also an option to share with neighboring communities if you would like, it gives you an option to share or not share when you initiate the post.
You will find categories for items for sale and other classified items, Crime and Safety, Free Items, Lost & Found, Recommendations (these can include contractors, electricians, vets, a host of services that your neighbors recommend), and a General area for chit chat and getting to know your neighbors, or issues you want to bring up for general discussion.
Be a Good Neighbor:
Safety and Security is something we all have in the back of our minds for our families, our homes, and our neighborhood. It is something that as a community we all need to be aware of and work together on.
Let’s all be good neighbors; if you notice something out of the norm, someone ringing doorbells while glancing around suspiciously, especially when you know your neighbor is not home, or going into someone’s back yard that you are not familiar with or who is not recognized, or peeking into windows, call the police and report it. You are not getting into your neighbor’s business by keeping an eye open and alert to your surroundings, but you may be stopping a crime, a burglar, and the disruption of your neighbors family sanctity.
Keep your hedges trimmed below the bottom of the window.
Turn on your porch lights – automatic on/off timers are available from the local hardware store.
Make sure you lock your doors windows, have deadbolts installed on your doors.
Take note of cars that you are not familiar with or with people that seem to be looking in others yards or windows that are not the homeowner.
Keep your cars locked.
Email the HOA and let them know of any suspicious activity or crime that you are aware of, and be sure to post on this information on the Facebook page as well so all or our wonderful neighbors can be aware of any suspicious activity going on in our Phillips Pointe!
It’s that time of year again where we are regularly mowing and edging our lawns. Please remember to blow all the clippings off the road and back into your yard after mowing.
There has been a notice of a lot of weeds growing on the curb lines from the clippings not being adequately cleaned off the road making our neighborhood look very untidy in places.
You need to make sure you spray round up or some weed killer on that to clean them off. The Town will come later in the year to do it, but this is when it takes root. We want to make sure we maintain our property values by keeping our neighborhood looking nice.
When you are spraying, if you notice it is in front of your neighbors house, it is always nice to be neighborly and give their weeds a spray too. It only adds to the attraction of yours to have the houses around it look just as good.
Phillips Pointe HOA
Mike Sorensen, Planning Director for the town of Fuquay has advised the HOA that the town started issuing permits for solicitors as of October 2013.
According to the town legal department it is illegal to deny anyone the right to solicit. The town does require all solicitors obtain a permit. You also have the right to request to see their permit should someone come to your door.
Our sign at the entrance does not protect us from solicitors because the streets are town property and we can not deny anyone access to town roads. You do have the right to prevent soliciting at your home by posting a sign on your door.
If someone comes to your door and you have a posted sign, you should call the police to come here to deal with the solicitor.
Phillips Pointe HOA
Please see the following PDF file containing information regarding changes to mailboxes, swimming pools, satellite dishes and more.