Homeowners Association (HOA)
January 14, 2023 Quarterly Meeting topics
Solid waste collection and the 2023 SPLOST will be top discussion items at the first HOA Quarterly Meeting of the new year, which will be held at Fayetteville City Hall on Saturday, January 14, from 10 a.m. to noon.
Open to public, HOA Quarterly meetings are tailored to address the unique needs and opportunities represented by home owners association (HOA) members living in the City of Fayetteville. Meetings take place quarterly in the City Council Chambers at Fayetteville City Hall, which is located at 210 Stonewall Avenue West.
Private Pipe CCTV Evaluation
A portion of the September HOA Round Table presentation dealt with a recent evaluation of the integrity of certain stormwater drain pipes located in City of Fayetteville residential subdivisions. Click here to download a PDF version of that report. Contact Public Services Director Chris Hindman with any questions.
The next HOA Round Table: January 14, 2023
Our September 2022 HOA Round Table was a great success, and we thank all who attended and participated! The next one will take place January 14, 2023. We will post more details soon.
Homeowners associations (HOAs) and the City of Fayetteville work together to continually improve the quality of life in the community. While HOAs don’t enforce municipal ordinances, and the City doesn’t enforce HOA covenants, together we can work to address challenges and build on our successes.
HOAs are registered and regulated through the Georgia Secretary of State Corporations Division. HOAs are not required to register with the City of Fayetteville. However, the City does maintain lines of communication with HOA leadership located within the Fayetteville city limits.
Once a year, the City hosts an HOA Boot Camp event to help educate HOA leadership about the role of the City of Fayetteville government and to learn more about what is happening in our residential subdivisions. Three other times a year, the City hosts HOA Round Table meetings, which are follow-up events designed to maintain lines of communications and share progress on any collaborative projects.
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Georgia Secretary of State
2 Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive
Suite 313, Floyd West Tower
Atlanta, Georgia 30334-1530
(Note: HOA registration information is not available on the Secretary of State website.)
Unlawful Behavior, Parking Violations, Noise Violations
Call: Fayetteville Police (during office hours) 770-461-4441; Fayette County Dispatch (after office hours) 770-461-4357
- Unlawful behavior
- Vehicles blocking streets
- Illegally parked vehicles in streets
- Noise including barking dogs
Call: Fire Department 770-461-4548
- Fire hazards
- Illegal burning
- Hazardous materials
Found or Stray Animals
Call: Fayette County Animal Control, 770-631-7210
Call: Code Enforcement 770-719-4150 or 404-416-0122
- Trash in yards
- Illegal dumping
- Junk cars
- Cars parked in front yard
- Property maintenance
- Illegal signs
- Grass cutting
Call: Public Works (before 4 p.m.) 770-460-4661 (after 4 p.m.) 770-461-6029
- Street repairs
- Shoulder repairs
- Public drainage system repairs
- Dead animals in the street
Call: Public Services 770-460-4661 or 770-460-4664
- Street light outages or problems
Building Code Issues
Call: Building Department 770-719-4066 or 770-719-4068
- Unsafe/dilapidated buildings
- Building code violations
Erosion & Drainage
Call: Stormwater Program (Public Works) 770-460-4661
- Erosion/sediment control
- Private drainage
Water & Sewer Concerns
Call: Water Department 770-460-4237
- Water leaks
- Fire hydrants
- Sanitary sewer
Call: Planning & Zoning Department 770-719-4177
- Property buffers
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