This page contains answers to common questions you may have as a Twin Creeks homeowner, along with some
tips and overall general information we have found useful.
- What is the Twin Creeks Homeowners Association?
The Twin Creeks Homeowners Association (TCHOA) was part of the
initial housing plan, incorporated by
the developer to maintain the common areas, provide various services to
residents and to control future architectural development. Membership
in and payment of annual dues to TCHOA is mandatory for all homeowners.
The Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions for Twin Creeks
is part of the deed to each lot in Fieldstone and Brookstone.
- How much are the annual dues?
The annual dues are $353.00 payable every January 1. Late fees are an
- How are the dues spent?
The annual homeowner dues are used to
cover such things as street lighting, mowing and landscaping of common
areas, maintenance of retention ponds, maintenance of signage, common
area fences and entrance structures, snow removal, insurance, common
area property taxes and related administrative expenses.
- Is there a Board that handles the business of Twin Creeks Homeowners Association (TCHOA)?
Yes. The TCHOA Board of Directors are
elected each year in May or June at the annual meeting of the homeowners
association. Each position is strictly a volunteer commitment from
fellow homeowners who are willing to dedicate their time and effort to
ensure the proper handling of homeowner business.
- Are there any committees at Twin Creeks and how can I get involved?
Yes. The TCHOA welcomes the involvement of all residents. The current
committees are as follows: Crime Watch, Architectural Review, Social
Committee and Welcome Committee. In addition, we are looking for
creative people to start various other neighborhood events, activities
and clubs. Each of these committees are looking
for volunteers who would like to participate. If you are interested
please email the Board.
- How can I get more involved in my neighborhood?
You can run for a TCHOA Board position, volunteer for a committee or
volunteer as a Block Capitan. Please contact any
Board Member for more information.
- Is there a neighborhood newsletter and how frequently is it published?
Yes. The Twin Creeks Connection is in its second year
of production and is mailed out on a biannual basis. In the future, the
newsletters will only be available from the website unless a homeowner
makes other arrangements for receiving it. For current and
previous issues, please visit the newsletter
- How can I have an item of interest published in the newsletter, directory or website?
You can contact the newsletter/website editor or any
Board Member and provide detailed information about your item of