Welcome to LEGACY FARMS!
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HOA dues for LEGACY FARMS are due on the 1st of each month and late after the 10th. To make a payment please go to the MAKE A PAYMENT page located under the HOMEOWNER INFORMATION tab. For more payment options please click here. To view your account balance and history please visit the ACCOUNT HISTORY page.
Modify Your Home:
Please see the EXTERIORS page located under the HOMEOWNER INFORMATION tab.
These can be found on the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab.
What is Covered with your HOA Dues:
This information can be found on the Budget. Go to the DOCUMENTS page located under the COMMUNITY INFORMATION tab to find a copy of the budget.
All pets must be on leash when in the common areas. Pet waste MUST be cleaned up immediately after each relief trip.
Please CLICK HERE to view a copy of the Street Parking Map. It is expressly prohibited on all private streets and Shared Lanes within Legacy Farms to park on-street. Vehicles of all Owners and Residents, and of their employees, guests and invitees, are to be kept in garages and residential driveways of the Owner and other designated parking areas wherever and whenever such facilities are sufficient to accommodate the number of vehicles at a Lot, Unit or Parcel.
All Christmas or Holiday lights and decorations must be removed by March 1 every year. Permanent, professionally installed home lighting is the exception to this policy. Lights that are connected with clips or hooks, or are not connected to a permanent power source, are not considered permanent lighting. Specific to the town homes: no nails, screws, tape, etc. may be used on any painted surface of the townhomes, and residents should not get on the roofs when installing or removing decorations. If damage occurs to the exterior as a result of holiday decorations, the owner of the townhome will be responsible for the cost of repairs.
Please CLICK HERE to view a copy of the map for which streets are public (city plows) and which streets are private (HOA plows) for snow removal.
For Sale Signs:
One “For Sale” sign is permitted at each home to advertise a home for sale. The sign must not be larger than 24 inches by 30 inches and may be displayed in a window or…
- Single family homes may display one sign on a post, not to exceed 4 inches square, within the lot so long as it is placed so as not to impede pedestrians use of sidewalk or obscure the view triangle for any driveway or roadway intersection.
- Townhomes may display one sign on a post, not to exceed 4 inches square, within the approved common area so long as it is placed so as not to impede pedestrians use of sidewalk or obscure the view t1iangle for any driveway or roadway intersection. No more than TWO signs will be permitted per building at any one period of time. Location must be approved in writing by the Board. Any signs that are posted without granted approval will receive a $50 violation fine. Townhome owners must contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request permission for signage placement outside of a window.
- May not be placed within the park strip between the sidewalk and the street, hung from any fence or in any common or limited common area unless approved by the board from time to time. Signs placed in these locations will receive a $50 violation fine.
Please CLICK HERE to view the diagram for permitted satellite placement.
Solar panels are not allowed on the townhomes at Legacy Farms. No one can modify or attach anything to the shared roofs that are owned and maintained by the association. (The only exception is satellite dishes if installed in accordance with the dish installation diagram, please see section above). Solar panels are only allowed on the single-family homes where the individual owners own and maintain their own roofs. The only exception is Satellite Dishes. Those can be install
If you live in a single-family home and would like to install solar panels to your roof, you will need to get approval from the HOA Board first. Please fill out the ARC form. Once complete, please email it to the Board at: email@example.com.
- All permanent installations of a Basketball Standards at a single family home must be review and approved in advance by the Legacy Farms Architectural Review Committee. Please CLICK HERE for a copy of the ARC form.
- Portable Basketball Standards are allowed to be used under the following circumstances:
- For Single Family Homes: Basketball Standards are not allowed to be stored in, or left on the roads, sidewalks, or in the planter strips between the road and the sidewalk overnight, at any time. Basketball Standards must be stored on the driveway, in the garage, or in the backyard or side yard at all times when not in active use.
- For Town Homes: Basketball Standards are not allowed to be stored in or left on the roads, on the sidewalks, or in the planter strips between the road and the sidewalk overnight, at any time. Basketball Standards must be stored in the garage at all times when not in active use. Basketball Standards cannot be stored on the driveways, roads, planters or grass areas as they are all common areas; not owned by the owner of the townhome.
- ALL Basketball Standards must be kept in good condition and not be visually distracting or unappealing so as do detract from the beauty of the community.
- ALL Basketball Standards must be appropriately stabilized and secured when being used. No stacked cinder blocks or sand/concrete bags or other items can be stacked on the portable Basketball Standard to stabilize it. It must be stabilized using the stabilization feature it is sold with, such as water or sand in the plastic base.