St. Charles Place

Homeowner Dues: Quarterly dues in the amount of $60.00 are charged and due on the 1st of each quarter (January 1st, April 1st, July 1st, October 1st). Checks should be made payable to St. Charles Place HOA. Invoices are sent out the month prior to the due date. Payment options are available under the “making payment” tab above.

Late Fee: A late fee of $20.00 is charged on the last day of the month for any accounts owing one quarter dues or more.

Insurance Coverage: The Association is a single family community. The Association owns and maintains insurance on the common areas ONLY. In addition to the property coverage on any structures, the Association also maintains liability and D&O coverage.

Action Requests: Please note that all  requests MUST be submitted to our office in writing. Forms can be submitted online under the “contact us” tab above or written and mailed to our office. For emergencies please contact our office at (336) 288-4944.

Trash Collection: Trash collection is performed by the City of High Point on Thursday of each week. Trash receptacles should be placed at the front of your home on the morning of collection and removed the same day.

Architectural Control: Any changes or modifications to the exterior of your home must receive prior approval from the Association. Forms are below. Please allow 30 days for the approval process.

Documents:

Articles of Incorporation     Declaration     Bylaws     Handbook

Forms:
Architectural Request Form – General    Satellite Dish Request Form     Directory Form

RIGHT TO INITIATE MEDIATION: Pursuant to N.C.G.S. § 7A-38.3F, members are notified that they may initiate mediation to try to resolve a dispute with the association; however, the association may decline mediation.  Any costs of mediation, including the mediator’s fees, shall be shared equally by the parties.  (NOTE: Disputes related solely to a member’s failure to timely pay an association assessment or any fines or fees associated with the levying or collection of an association assessment are not covered by the mediation statute.)