Mailbox Survey

Many of our mailboxes are approaching 15 years of age or older and they look their age. Some are in a state of disrepair or are leaning? Is your mailbox one of them? Probably.

Most of us do not have the time nor the inclination to repair and repaint our mailbox which could help give our neighborhood a nice appearance.

What if we can arrange to have someone repair (if necessary) and repaint your mailbox for a nominal fee? Would you be interested?

We need to know if there is enough interest to pursue this idea. If so, we’ll work up the details and pricing and get back to you.

Click here to let us know that you are interested in learning more. There’s no obligation.

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 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.