The Homeowners Associations and Swim Clubs Explained

The Homeowners Associations and Swim Clubs Explained

Within our overall Providence Plantation neighborhood, there are associations – some of which overlap – that can be confusing to new and old residents alike. While they’re more like family members rather than competitors, a bit of explanation might clarify who the groups are and what they each do. In no particular order, the four are:

Providence Plantation Homeowners Association

Parham Place Homeowners Association

Providence Plantation Estates Owners Association

Providence Plantation Racquet & Swim Club

Providence Plantation Homeowners Association (PPHA)

The PPHA is the nonprofit association designed to help organize and maintain all of the neighborhood, including any areas also within Parham Place or Providence Plantation Estates. If you are receiving this article, then you are represented by the PPHA. Our entire neighborhood of over 1,400 homes grew from an amalgamation of several developments reaching as far back as the 1970s. Over time these separate areas grew together and adopted the PPHA to help organize and maintain the neighborhood as a whole. The PPHA’s main activities include:

  • Beautification and management of monument signs, walls, and landscaping maintenance at neighborhood entrances;
  • Hiring and supervision of off-duty CMPD officers to patrol all of our neighborhood streets at night, helping to keep our whole neighborhood one of the safest in the area;
  • Communication and organization, including annual printed directories, an online directory, and periodic newsletters, emails, and online sites to share important and relevant information with the entire neighborhood;
  • Organization of our neighborhood’s presence in front of relevant authorities such as the city, county, and NCDOT; and
  • Organization of numerous activities such as supper clubs and document shredding events, sometimes also in coordination with the other entities as with Easter egg hunts and the Santa Claus photo event.

Even though these activities benefit the entire neighborhood, the PPHA dues are not mandatory and are only $80 per year. Historically, a majority of our residents do pay their PPHA dues.

Contact information: www.pp-hoa.org https://m.facebook.com/groups/184921742590570

Email: president@pp-hoa.org

Parham Place HOA

When two particular streets – Parham Place and Redfield Drive – were developed, there were extra physical amenities associated with the houses on those two streets. As a result the developer created a separate entity, the Parham Place HOA, to manage and maintain those amenities.  Dues for the Parham Place HOA are mandatory for those residents on those two streets.

Those residents also continue to enjoy all the benefits of the larger neighborhood and the PPHA as described above, including the extra security patrols, and are of course encouraged to pay their PPHA dues.

Contact information: Karen@supermarketsystems.com

Providence Plantation Estates Owners Association

Similarly, when another area was developed – largely by Toll Brothers, Inc. – there were extra physical amenities associated with the houses on those streets listed below which are situated in the northwestern portion of the neighborhood. As a result the developer created a separate entity, Providence Plantation Estates Owners Association, to manage and maintain those amenities which include a separate swimming pool.  Dues for the Providence Plantation Estates Owners Association are mandatory for those residents, and amenities such as the swimming pool are exclusive to those residents. This section of the neighborhood includes the following streets:

Ashgrove Lane                                   Marcopa Ridge Lane

Bridle Brook Way                              Mattia Court

Cadagon Court                                   Maynard Road (in part)

Keara Way                                         Retana Drive

Keegan Way

Those residents also continue to enjoy all the benefits of the larger neighborhood and the PPHA as described above, including the extra security patrols, and are of course encouraged to pay their PPHA dues.

Contact information: (888) 565-1226

CSR@CommunityAssociationManagement.com

Providence Plantation Racquet & Swim Club

The Providence Plantation Racquet & Swim Club at 3100 Houston Branch Road is separate and independent of any of the above-described entities. It includes a clubhouse, pool, swim team, tennis courts, and tennis pro.  It is voluntary to join, is open to everyone in the overall neighborhood, and helps with many activities including running the upcoming annual Pineapple Dash charity 5k race.

Contact information: https://pprsc-charlotte.clubexpress.com

https://www.facebook.com/PPRSC1/

Email: president.pprsc@gmail.com

While each of those four groups are separate independent entities, they do work and coordinate together.  We hope this helps explain what can be a source of much confusion.

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