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Kensington Grove HOA Snow Removal Policy

The Kensington Grove HOA has a contract with our landscaper for winter snow removal and de-icing that homeowners should be aware of.

Salting Streets
Salting of streets, in particular entrances, the roundabout, around stop signs and steep slopes, will take place depending on weather conditions.

Snow Removal
Snow removal from Kensington Grove entrances, streets and courts will take place when a minimum of 2 inches of snow has fallen. We have budgeted money for multiple snow events, though higher snowfalls will cost more for snow removal than lower amounts of snowfall.

Homeowners concerned about street conditions should contact the Board (board@kensingtongrovehoa.org) to report their concerns. The Board asks homeowners not to contact the landscaper directly since only the Board is authorized to approve expenditures.

Mailbox Damage
Homeowners should also be aware that if a snowplow operated by our landscaper should damage a mailbox, they will repair or replace the mailbox at no cost to the homeowner. If the driver is unaware of the damage they caused, please contact the Board at board@kensingtongrovehoa.org to report the incident and the Board will work with the landscaper to fix the problem.

Community News

Kensington Grove Residents Speak Out at Covenants Town Hall

POSTED November 22, 2023
Last week, a town hall was held Thursday, November 16, 2023, to discuss the proposed amendments to the covenants and to hear feedback from HOA members. Approximately 30 homeowners attended. Nicole McGaughy, an attorney representing Eads Murray & Pugh PC, also attended the meeting. The meeting lasted nearly two hours. It was cordial and homeowner ...Read more

HOA Board Meeting, November 6, 2023

POSTED November 10, 2023
The KG Board of Directors met Monday, November 6, 2023 to review the results of the Annual Meeting and to discuss several business items. Two developer lots remain on hold pending a closing date. When the lots close, 15 developer lots will remain, and 287 lots will have been sold. The result of the annual ...Read more

Fall 2023 Annual Meeting held Oct 23, 2023

POSTED October 24, 2023
Monday evening, October 23, over 40 homeowners attended the first fall Annual Meeting held in the White River Trustee’s Office on Morgantown Road. In addition to members of the Board, Tom Murray, senior partner of Eads Murray & Pugh, P.C. and Kensington Grove HOA’s attorney, was also in attendance. Terry Cleveland, President, presided over the ...Read more

Ding-Dong Ditch: Harmless Game or Dangerous Prank?

POSTED October 10, 2023
Ding-dong ditch can seemingly be a fun prank that kids might play. The idea is simple: ring somebody’s doorbell, run away, and hide before they open the door. When the person opens the door expecting to see a visitor, they will be puzzled to find the porch empty. But sometimes the person’s response may not be ...Read more

HOA Board Meetings, Sep 11 & Oct 2, 2023

POSTED October 5, 2023
The following is a summary of the September and October Board meetings. Our vendor for street signs has repaired and replaced several damaged sign posts, so all signs should be in good working condition now. The central roundabout fountain’s new top was ordered and will be shipped to our landscape vendor for installation. We are ...Read more

HOA Board Meeting Aug 7, 2023

POSTED August 11, 2023
On Monday, Aug 7, the HOA Board of Directors met and discussed several topics of importance. The Travis Road entrance lost two large trees to June’s tornado. Replacement is being considered. Our landscape vendor will be asked to suggest the type of tree and to provide an estimate. Two other trees were lost at the ...Read more

Your HOA Board Working For You

In this section, we will post activities that your HOA Board has initiated or completed during this calendar year. Your inquiries are always welcomed (email us at board@kensingtongrovehoa.org) and your suggestions are encouraged.

  • Homeowner property improvement requests submitted and reviewed: 9
  • Approved contracts with three different vendors for maintenance of the common areas, irrigation systems, and ponds.
  • Approved the purchase of a new fountain for the Villages pond.
  • The Villages pond fountain has been installed and was turned on.
  • The Stones Crossing pond fountain is also now running.
  • Traffic signs have been repaired. A loose stop sign was fixed. The Chancery Blvd sign at the roundabout has been repaired.
  • An issue was discovered with the Chancery pond fountain electrical wiring. An investigation is underway.
  • Set May 20th for the 2023 Community Sale
  • Approved a contract to clean up Morgantown Road frontage near Travis Road and preliminary brush cleanup has been done.
  • With the assistance of our vendor, the Morgantown Road frontage beautification project will be done in stages due to the complexity of renovating the area.
  • The Chancery Pond was cleaned of windblown debris following a wind storm.
  • Chancery Pond fountain appears to be working again
  • The roundabout fountain required major repair work following damage from a windstorm earlier this year and is now running again.
  • All pond fountains were adjusted so they turn on and off on roughly the same schedule.
  • A vendor has been hired to repair cement curbs and perform tuck point work on the central fountain and entrances where repairs are needed.
  • The Board engaged the assistance of our grounds maintenance vendor to help with debris pick up from the tornado. Within 2 - 3 days, common areas were cleaned.
  • The Board contacted Johnson County Emergency Agency for help with tornado debris cleanup. The County responded with dumpsters and contracted a tree contractor to pick up tree and shrub debris.
  • The Board solicited volunteers from residents of our community to help with cleaning up Travis Road pond.
  • The central roundabout fountain sustained damage again, this time by the tornado. The Board is considering options for repairing or replacing the structure.
  • Morgantown Road frontage south of Chancery Blvd was cleaned of litter.

Community Calendar

Mon, Dec 4 December HOA Board Meeting (Learn more)
Mon, Jan 8 January HOA Board Meeting (Learn more)
Wed, Jan 31 Annual Assessment Due (Learn more)
Mon, Feb 5 February HOA Board Meeting (Learn more)
Mon, Mar 4 March HOA Board Meeting (Learn more)
Sun, Jun 30 2nd Semi-Annual Assessment Payment Due (Learn more)