The Oinker food truck from the Improper Pig will be at the clubhouse parking lot on Wednesday July 1st from 5PM to 7PM.
Just walkup and order!
View Improper Pig Menu (PDF)
Message from the board on Covid-19 Closures
We wish you well during these trying times dealing with the effects of COVID-19. Most or all of us have been greatly affected and have experienced disruptions to our well being. As a precautionary measure and to keep in line with state and local government orders, we closed all community facilities including the playground, basketball court, and clubhouse until further notice. If you see anyone on the playground or basketball court they are in violation of this policy. For everyone’s heath and safety, this policy will be enforced, and residents who are caught using these facilities may lose all community privileges, including pool use, for their entire household. If you have children or young adults in the house, we encourage discussing this with them because we know some have already violated this policy.
That said, please note that according to Mecklenburg County, activities such as walking, running, pet walking, and biking are allowed as long as rules for social distancing are followed, including staying six feet from others and not gathering in groups. These are permitted outside the playground, basketball court, pool area, and clubhouse.
Southampton could use your help!
Our community could use someone like you! Please consider stepping up to help out the neighborhood that you live in! Below is a sketch of what it is like to serve on the ARC, HOA Board, and Neighborhood Watch.
ARC Committee - Members receive requests from neighbors that want to make changes to their properties (adding a fence, an addition to their house, roofing changes). The members review the request and makes sure that it follows the guidelines of the community. The members vote whether to approve the request from the homeowner. Most of the work is done via email, but sometimes a ride-by is also in order to view the subject property.
The neighborhood watch committee is a group of neighbors that keep a watchful eye out for suspicious activity in the neighborhood and communicate that with the other members of the group, the HOA board, and when necessary informing the entire community. The HOA board also communicates with the Neighborhood Watch members to inform them of any issues that are happening (ie. trespassers at the pool, vandalism, loitering, etc.) in the neighborhood.
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.
If you are interested in helping out we could really use your help.
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Pool is now open