Clubhouse Renovations

 

The HOA Clubhouse renovation is now complete!

In review of needed capital improvements, the HOA board approved a refresh of the clubhouse in December 2018. This idea has been brought up in many board and annual meetings over the years. The previous style and furniture were not conducive to the types of events homeowners desired. The Board worked with Julie A., a community resident, to design a usable space incorporating new furniture and updated paint colors.

The gym and outside bathrooms were not only repainted, but improvements included the installation of hand dryers in all bathrooms. Motion sensor lighting was added to the outside bathrooms and gym. The security camera equipment and wifi were upgraded to ensure a community accessible connection.  A refrigerator and dishwasher were installed, making it easier to host catered events. Bag and coat storage in the clubhouse and gym are also improvements. To make the space family friendly, a baby changing table was added to the main bathroom. 

Thanks to efforts by Terese, Doris, Kevin, and Julie, the refresh is now complete. The clubhouse is now a great place to host your events, like a baby shower, a bridal shower, an adult birthday gathering, etc… In case you missed the open house, below are some images just before the event.

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ACC Front Glass Doors

August 15, 2008

The Architectural Control Committee (ACC) has reviewed its policy regarding the use of full length glass doors at homes in the Woodmill Trace Community.  In a Community Bulletin issued in October, 2007, the Committee ruled that “Door must be full glass with a trim color that matches the original trim color around the door.  No other trim color will be allowed.”

Several doors have been reported as non-compliant and the ACC has inspected these doors.  Because the ACC finds that these doors are not offensive and do not detract from the Woodmill Trace Community in any way, it has revised its position as follows:

 
“Doors placed on the front of townhomes must be full glass with a trim color that matches the original door, trim or siding color.”