Celebrating Hadley Park's 10th Anniversary... Stroll down memory lane from pre-construction to 2015. For our original homeowners, it has been an adventure.
Papa's & Beer Summer Supper ... We had a nice turnout for our second Summer Supper at Papa's & Beer on Tuesday, August 15, 2017. Everyone enjoyed the atmosphere, the lively conversation and the joy of being together.
Apollo Flame Summer Supper... We kicked off our Summer Suppers at Apollo Flame on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. The food was great and the company was perfect. We had such a great time and are looking forward to our next gathering in August at Papa's and Beer. An email with details will be sent to all. We will do one more dinner in September. Come join us in August for some good food, fun converstion and wonderful company.
Neighborhood Watch Reminder...
In light of the incident that took place in Florida a few years ago, we want to remind our residents—DO NOT approach or follow anyone who appears to be acting suspiciously within our community. Contact the Buncombe County Sheriff's office at 828-250-6670. The law enforcement officers of the Sheriff's department are trained to handle unusual behavior or situations.
PLEASE RESPECT YOUR NEIGHBOR'S PROPERTY AND CLEANUP AFTER YOUR PET!
The Buncombe County animal ordinances mandate "that every person owning or having possession, charge, care, custody or control of any animal shall keep such animal exclusively upon his premises. However, such animal may be off such premises if it is under the physical control of a competent person and restrained by a chain, leash, harness or other means of physical control. Any animal found running at large, in accordance with the ordinance definition, will be impounded. If an owner can not be easily found the animal will be taken to the county animal shelter and will be micro-chipped, at the owners expense, before being released to the owner."
Overnight street parking is restricted to visitors only with a maximum of three (3) consecutive days If you have a guest who will be staying at your home for more than three days, please notify IPM. Overnight visitors should be instructed to park on the side of the street opposite fire hydrants. The HOA encourages homeowners to allow their guests to park in their driveway, if possible.
Overnight street parking for homeowners/renters is prohibited as stated in our "Summary of Rules and Regulations" unless IPM has been notified in advance of specific circumstances by the homeowner/renter. This restriction was developed in compliance with Fire Marshall directives. For more clarification on these rules, please see Summary of Rules and Regulations and/or Parking Satefy Guidelines and Map.
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