Greystone Community Association - Chesapeake, Virginia

ALERT:

Recently two Greystone residents experienced 3 separate break-in incidents (two to their

vehicles and one to the residence).    Please be sure to keep your home and vehicle doors locked 

as well as be on the lookout for suspicious activity.   For more information on these robberies go to our

Facebook page and/or our Next Door page (links below):

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Greystone-Community-Association-GCA/105111162854469?ref=hl

https://greystone.nextdoor.com/news_feed/

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Greystone HOA meetings are normally held four to six times a year on the last Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm at Grace Community Church. 

All Greystone residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.  The last Board Meeting for 2014 is scheduled for Tuesday, November 25.The

                            ******************************************************************************************************Friendly Reminders:

All homeowners must seek Architectural Control Committee's approval before initiating changes/improvements to the physical properties of their home and its associated real property.  Please click on the following link to view and print the  Architectural Application.

We love our children, please help us keep them safe by complying with the posted speed limit (25 mph) and being more aware when driving through Greystone.

Please pick up after your pets.  It is not only considerate, but it is also a health issue and the law. 

Posting of Political Signs:  Please use good judgment when posting political signs in your yards. We recommend that signs be no larger than six (6) square feet and be removed within two (2) days of an election. As a reminder, posting of signs, including political signs, is not permitted in common areas.                                                             

Disclosure Package Information: Owners that are planning to sell their homes are reminded that Virginia law requires the seller within a planned community to provide a Resale Certificate and Disclosure Package to the purchaser. The package must be prepared by the Association's Management Company.