Category Archives: General
To avoid the $50 Late Charge you need to mail it by 7/24/17. PLEASE mail your assessment payments to our payment processing center in North Carolina AT LEAST ONE WEEK BEFORE DUE. As a reminder, the payment address for our payment processing center is: Mountain Park Home Owners Association PO Box 63041 Charlotte, NC 28263-3041
The Association is looking for volunteers to participate on the Home Care Committee. The Home Care Committee has typically met the first Thursday of each month at 9am, however, this is under review. If you would like to find out more information about the Home Care Committee please contact Carol Cook, Executive Director at (503) […]
As you are already aware, the semi-annual assessments for Mountain Park Home Owners Association are due on January 1st and July 1st of every year. During the week of June 19th, you should have received an invoice for your Mountain Park HOA semi-annual assessment charge. Payment for the second semi-annual charges in 2017 must be […]
Our annual pool maintenance closure period for 2017 is scheduled for September 11th – 24th. In addition to the pools being closed, the locker rooms will also be closed for part of the time. Portions of both locker room floors will be replaced with ceramic tile.
The Playschool and Event Hall will be undergoing a Seismic Renovation Project beginning on July 24th through September 22nd. The clubhouse will remain open for use throughout the duration of the project.
Aquatics and Fitness for All There are more than 100,000 visits a year to the Mountain Park Clubhouse by members and guests, with most utilizing the fitness and aquatics offerings. From swimming lessons to personal training, aqua classes to group exercise, youth classes and pick-up basketball, the Clubhouse has something for just about everyone. With […]
The trail on the McNary Parkway that lies in front on Condolea Condominiums from the underground tunnel to Monroe is narrow and damaged. The pathway is scheduled to be raised and widened in early summer. The project will include the protection of tree roots and may require the removal of several trees that are damaging […]
The stairway from McNary leading to Gress Park has been identified as unsafe to pedestrians. The plan is to remove the stair and construct a pathway wide enough for maintenance vehicle access. The project will include the installation of a new guard rail on McNary. Construction is scheduled to begin in early summer.