First Day of Pool Season
Saturday May 13th 10AM
Open weekends until Memorial Day - then open daily
Saturday June 3rd 1:00PM - 4:00PM
Come kickoff summer with games, pizza, and DJ
Teen Pool Party
Wednesday July 21st 5PM to 8PM
Rising 6th to 12th graders
Southampton HOA Meeting
Thursday August 3 @ 7PM
Southampton HOA Meeting
Thursday September 14 @ 7PM
Fall Festival @ Clubhouse
Sunday September 24 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Inflatables, games, and snacks
Southampton HOA Meeting
Thursday December 14 @ 7PM
Santa visit @ Clubhouse
Saturday December 16 1:00PM - 3:00PM
Santa will be stopping by Southampton to get pictures with the little ones and to take requests back to the North Pole. Face painting, snacks, and crafts will be available.
Every month, the entire neighborhood is visually inspected by our management company to make sure the community maintains an attractive appearance. Here are a sample of the common issues that have been found from the latest inspections:
HOA Financial Information and Minutes
The current operating budget, financial statements and board minutes may now be found on our Financials page.
Would you like to become more involved with your neighborhood?Currently their are openings for neighbors who would like to volunteer and help serve their community in the following committees:
Social Committee - Help plan social events that all of your neighbors can enjoy. Traditionally, these events have included: Pool Parties, Fall Festivals, Coordinate Santa's Visit, 4th of July Parade, and Adult Parties at the clubhouse.
Architectural Review Committee (ARC) - A committee is needed to help process ARC request from neighbors looking to make modifications to their property. Committee members will review requests to insure that they meets specifications outlined in the covenants, codes and restrictions.
If you are interested in joining a committee, please contact us at
As many of you have seen on the news, a 16 year-old girl from Southampton is missing. Hailey Burns, of Baldwin Hall Drive was last seen Monday, May 23, 2016. The police and FBI are involved in the search to find Hailey. Many residents have expressed interest in doing something for her family.
Here's an except from the HOA's letter to the Burns family......"We cannot imagine how difficult your daughter's disappearance has been for you. We respect your privacy yet wanted to communicate our thoughts and prayers for Hailey’s safe return and to let you know we want to help in any way possible. Please know the Southampton community wishes to show its support and members have been inquiring as to how we can help you."
Please continue to keep the Burns family in your thoughts and prayers!
Southampton Summer Camps
We are very excited there will be two different summer camps at Southampton this year:
Be Your Best - Life Camp for Teens (Flyer -PDF)
Led by Beth Pannenberg - Instructor at Community House & YMCA
Southampton Sport Camp (Flyer - PDF)
Registration Form (PDF)
Led by Jason Geiger - PE Teacher at Elon Park Elementary
July 31 - Aug 4
Duke Energy Free LED Light Program
Take advantage of a free program that Duke Energy offers to help you transition your home to LED lights. Get 15 free LED lights through their program. Check it our here: https://www.duke-energy.com/home/products/free-leds
Pressure Wash Home and Mend Fences
Many homes are in need of pressure washing. Please pressure wash your house and be mindful of the sides and back. Your neighbor's would prefer not to view a mildewed home. Also numerous fences throughout the neighborhood are in need of repair. Please inspect your fence and replace boards or rusted metal wire on split rail fencing.
No Dumping Allowed
Please keep in mind that if your yard borders a common area, no dumping is allowed. There are also fines if debris is dumped in a wetland area. That includes leaves and grass clippings. The city picks up those items every Wednesday. They will also remove branches, sticks, and other green waste as long as the debris piles at the curb meet city guidelines. Call 311 or refer to CharMeck website for details.
Spring Yard Maintenance
Since Spring appears to have sprung early, now is the perfect time to lay down a new layer of mulch or pinestraw in your yard. Also, many mailboxes and red flags are showing signs of aging and rust. Please paint your mailbox if this is the case. All it takes is a $7 can of black Rustoleum spray paint to do the job. Mailbox flags are easy to install and can be purchased at Lowe's or Home Depot.
Changes To Your Home Or Property
If you are installing a fence, shed, outdoor wall, patio, painting your shutters/front door, or making any changes to your house, mailbox, or property please consult the CC & R's for protocol and restrictions. You first must fill out a form and submit to the Architectural Committee for review. Work can begin only after it has received written approval. All of this information and forms can be found on Southhampton's website.
Dead bushes or trees
If you have dead bushes or trees in your yard, please remove and replace this Winter/Spring. The hardest hit ornamental bushes have been Indian Hawthornes. Many have died off in homeowner's front yards. To avoid the violation process, please address this issue.
The City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County have strict leash laws that apply to all animals except cats (see the nuisance animal section for laws pertaining to cats).
Animals must be on a leash, contained within a fence or an operable and marked invisible fence. The invisible fence company should give owners a sign to place at the mailbox to indicate that there is an invisible fence present.
An animal may be loose in its own yard if there is an adult (18 years or older) immediately next to the animal and the animal responds to direct verbal commands of the person.
ALL dog owners that take their dogs for walks in their neighborhoods and/or in public parks (not designated as a dog park) are required to keep their dogs on leash and under physical restraint at ALL TIMES. Please note that having the leash in your possession and not attached to the dog is not considered having the dog on a leash and you will still be subject to a fine.
All regulations aim to protect the health and safety of our citizens. Please be a responsible pet owner and abide by the law. Violations will be investigated and stiff fines may be applied. Fines range from a $50.00 citation for the first violation and up to a $500.00 citation and permanent seizure of the animal for a fifth violation.
To report an animal at large, please call 311. Please note that it could take up to 4 hours for an officer to respond. Any information about where the owner lives would help greatly.
If your mailbox is in need of replacement, check out Carolina Mailboxes.
Remember, you need to submit your request to the ARC committee for any changes to your mailbox.
Community Management Company
Superior Association Management, LLC
P.O. Box 2427
Huntersville, NC 28070
(704) 875-7299 – office
(704) 875-7177 – fax
"Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Section 7A-38.3F, the association is required to notify its members yearly that members and the association may request voluntary mediation of any dispute with the association arising under the North Carolina Planned Community Act, or under the association's declaration, bylaws, or rules and regulations, other than a dispute relating solely to the failure to pay dues or assessments. Either party can decline to engage in mediation for any reason. The procedure for requesting mediation is set forth in the statute."