This is a brief summary of the general Community Guidelines for Homeplace at Adams Farm. This summary is intended only as a general overview of some of the more common guidelines that are addressed for non-compliance. This general overview should not be utilized as a reference for all defined community guidelines. For complete clarification of all community guidelines for Homeplace at Adams Farm please consult your Official Documents or contact the management company and Board of Directors for any questions, clarifications, or concerns.
All residential homeowners and tenants at Homeplace at Adams Farm are obligated to follow certain rules and regulations incumbent to the functioning of any high-density community. These include Greensboro City codes, noise and animal ordinances, Homeplace, and Adams Farm Community regulations defined in the Official Documents. It is the responsibility of the homeowner to obtain and review the Official Documents. It is the responsibility of the homeowner or their agents to advise all potential buyers of the Official Documents. It is the responsibility of the non-residential homeowner or their agents to advise all potential tenants of the Official Documents. Official copies may be obtained from the management company for a nominal fee.
Each unit is allocated two assigned parking spaces. No boats, trailers, campers, motor homes, commercial, or farm vehicles owned by a resident, or guest, will be regularly parked on Homeplace property. The Association shall adopt appropriate rules for the temporary parking of these vehicles should the occasion arise. Residents or guests parked in assigned parking spaces of others, on grass, in designated illegal areas, on any main Homeplace thoroughfare or areas which would cause partial blocking of streets or driveways can result in towing at the expense of the car owner. Residents shall not utilize Visitor parking spaces on a daily basis unless said spaces have been assigned by the Board of Directors for residents with a third vehicle. Assigned or Visitor parking spaces cannot be utilized for vehicle storage.
Pets are subject to Guilford County leash laws and may not be allowed to run loose throughout the community, including cats. Pets are not to be tied or chained and unattended outside at anytime. It is the responsibility of all residents and guests for immediate clean up and removal of all pet solid waste from Homeplace property. Any resident or guest that is non-compliant with leash laws or fails to remove pet solid waste from Homeplace property is subject to be reported to Guilford County Animal Control. All fines that may be incurred from Animal Control will be the responsibility of the pet owner.
Trash and yard waste pickup is weekly on Tuesdays. City of Greensboro, Adams Farm and Homeplace regulations require that trash containers and yard waste should not be placed in front of the unit prior to 7pm, Monday, the evening before pickup. Empty trash containers must be returned to the rear of the unit, not the side of the unit, prior to 7pm, Tuesday, the evening of pickup.
Recycle and bulk waste pickup is every other Tuesday with trash pickup. City of Greensboro, Adams Farm and Homeplace regulations require that recycle containers and bulk waste should not be placed in front of the unit prior to 7pm, Monday, the evening before pickup. Empty recycle containers must be returned to the rear of the unit, not the side of the unit, prior to 7pm, Tuesday, the evening of pickup. For your convenience the following link can be viewed for the Recycle Schedule.
Landscaping requests regarding the Homeplace common area must be communicated to the management company. Should your concerns not be completely satisfied the Board of Directors then may be notified directly. Residents may not make direct personal requests or express concerns to the landscapers while they are on the property as they must adhere to their schedules in a timely manner to fulfill all of their contractual commitments other than their Homeplace responsibilities.
Rear wooden decks are the responsibility of the homeowner or resident, and their appearance should be kept neat, tidy, and appealing at all times. Rear decks, including the area underneath, and on the ground adjacent to the entire rear deck structure, are not to be used for outside storage. All items should be stored in the utility closet on the deck or inside the townhome. Grills may be stored neatly on rear decks. Trash and recycle containers are to be stored upright in an orderly fashion at the rear of the unit, not the side of the unit, with lids secured at all times. Where space is available, trash and recycle containers may be placed underneath decks.
The placement of an external antenna or satellite dish requires Architectural Committee or Board of Directors approval. Before installation of any antenna or satellite dish homeowners and residents must follow Architectural Request procedures for placement of these devices.