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Stillmeadows Homeowners Association
FAQ

Communication
Conflicts/Complaints
  • chevron_rightHow do I handle a conflict or complaint?
    The HOA manages the common areas (pool, soccer field, playground, medians, undeveloped areas) and community funds. Through the covenants, the HOA has the authority to enforce certain aspects of the appearance of a homeowner's lot. Concerns about any of the above should be directed to the HOA.
     
    The HOA has no authority or ability to enforce the behavior of homeowners such as driving speeds, loud noise, dogs barking, unsupervised children, parking, or other issues that occur on their own property or on city streets. For those concerns, please talk to the homeowner directly, contact the City Action Center, or if necessary, the police.
Facilities
Garage Sale
  • chevron_rightWhen is the neighborhood garage sale?
    The neighborhood garage sale is routinely scheduled for a weekend in May or June. We attempt to hold it at the same time as neighboring communities to increase the draw of customers to the area. The exact date will be announced when weather and competing events are known. A garage sale permit is required by the city if you plan to participate.
Maintenance Items
Pool
  • chevron_rightHow do I get access to the HOA pool? How do I get a fob?
    The HOA pool is accessed via a key FOB that is provided to each new homeowner upon moving into the neighborhood. Additional key FOBs or replacement of lost key FOBs may be purchased for $25. The HOA Pool is open for use by HOA members in good standing and guests when accompanied by the HOA member. Please review the HOA Pool Rules for details. If you don't have a key FOB, send the HOA Board a request through the "Contact Us" link or at board@stillmeadowshoa.org.
     
    Alternatively, just prior to the pool opening on Memorial Day weekend, the HOA will hold an open house where pool fobs can be picked up and tested.
  • chevron_rightWhat are the HOA Pool Rules and hours?
Schools
  • chevron_rightHow can I get the school bus stop moved?
    School bus stops occur on public city streets so the HOA has no say in where the bus stops are located. Please contact the school district transportation office with your request.
  • chevron_rightWhich school district is the neighborhood in?
    The neighborhood is currently a part of Deer Creek School district:
     
    Deer Creek Elementary School (Kindergarten through 3rd grade)
    Deer Creek 4th and 5th Grade Center (4th and 5th grade)
    Deer Creek Intermediate School (6th grade)
    Deer Creek Middle School (7th and 8th grade)
    Deer Creek High School (9th through 12th grades)
     
    This information periodically changes so please confirm with the school district for official information.
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