The benefits of our Homeowners Association:


One of the best things about living in Del Webb at Lake Oconee is you can relax knowing your community will keep on looking as beautiful as the day you first saw it. That's because your Homeowners Association (HOA) dues help pay for maintaining your community's common areas and amenities. Not only does that help protect your property values, it ensures you'll always be proud to call Del Webb at Lake Oconee your home.



Items covered by the HOA

  • Lawn Maintenance: Mowing, Blowing, Edging, Pruning
  • Access to Amenities: Clubhouse, Fitness Center, Indoor and outdoor Pools, Lakeside Pavilion, boat ramp, Tennis courts, Bocce ball courts, pickleball courts, dog park, grandchildren’s playground,  Walking Trails, Amenity Lawn, etc.
  • Community Intranet Access (Del Webb Live)
  • 24 Hour Guarded Gate House
  • Shared Sidewalks
  • Upkeep of common areas throughout the community 

 

HOA Dues

  • HOA dues are $246 month  
  • Annual $200 to the Master Association of Reynoldsboro
  • Based on the annual budget

Common Questions


How is the governing board structured?
Currently the Board Of Directors is the developer, Del Webb.


What committees contribute to the governing board?
Del Webb at Lake Oconee currently has two committees in addition to the Board of Directors which are the Clubs and Activities Committee and the Architectural Review Committee.

Does the HOA survey residents to find out about new interests?
We solicit input from new homeowners at the New Homeowner Orientation that we offer monthly to our new residents and solicit input from our residents on a regular basis through our Lifestyle Director, Angela.. The Lifestyle Director also will send out emails and newsletter opportunities for feedback on ideas for activities, events, clubs, or interest groups.


Are all the community activities included in the fees?
No. There are several HOA sponsored events throughout the year that are free to residents.  However, for special classes, concerts, activities and events residents purchase a ticket for a nominal price to cover the cost of each class or activity.  It is not profit based.

Does the HOA have a reserve fund?
Yes. Reserve funds are maintained for future repair and replacement of assets that the HOA has long-term responsibility for, and are essential to a successful community. Reserves do not fund everyday expenses or more routine needs; the operating fund serves that.

How often are HOA fees increased?
Can increase yearly

Does the HOA maintain all the amenities?
Yes

Does the HOA have a community newsletter or intranet site for residents?
Yes we put our newsletter online on our web portal which is currently HOA Town. We email to the members the monthly newsletter.

Is there a process in place to get a new club chartered?
Yes. To become a chartered club it is required to have at a minimum 25 members and officers for the club.

What are the rules for visiting grandchildren?
Grandchildren are always welcome and may visit up to 90 days out of the calendar year.  They must be accompanied with the resident at all HOA facilities and there are some restricted pool times for swimming. Children must be 16 and over to use the fitness room and billiards room.

Are there activities for grandchildren?
There is a grandchildren’s playground area for the younger children to use while visiting.  There are also family oriented events scheduled, usually around the holiday, where residents may invite their family to attend.

Community Club Management, Inc.


HOA is managed by:

11735 Pointe Place

Roswell, GA 30076-4636