Covenant Community Governing Documents
The documents attached here are for your convenience. The official copies are on file with Rankin County and are available for purchase from the county.
How much are assessments?
Assessments are $363 per household and due in March each year. Homes along the tributary from Farmington Station to Huntington Lake also pay an additional $100 per unit to maintain the waterway.
If you are selling your home, assessments must be paid and your closing attorney can pro-rate your balance at the time of closing. Please contact the HOA Board for more information.
What do my assessments cover?
Assessments cover maintaining the common areas, entrances and the lake along Hugh Ward Blvd along with all utilities. Since Huntington Lake is in the county we also pay for street lights and electricity. Insurance is also covered under assessments.
The budget is reviewed and adjusted accordingly each year at the annual HOA meeting.
When are HOA Meetings?
HOA Meetings are typically held in January in the common area. However, notices will be sent out via email and through social media.
If you have comments or suggestions please feel free to send them anytime to firstname.lastname@example.org. The Board meets quarterly to review any feedback and review agenda items for the coming quarter.
How do I report covenant violations?
To report a covenant violation please email the board at email@example.com.
The majority of violations are a simple matter of misunderstanding and require only a notification.
If violations persist there are fees up to $25/day.
I want to change something at my house. Do I need approval?
Yes, any changes to the exterior of your home, including fences, colors, roof replacement, major landscaping, and any building must be approved through the Huntington Lake HOA Board.
Is renting allowed?
No, Renting is not allowed and there is a penalty of $20,000 for violations to this covenant.
A copy of this declaration can be found here.