About Quail Meadows West
Quail Meadows West is a group of 115 homes but a community of neighbors who feel life should be lived within a social framework. Gated and impeccably maintained this wonderful community offers many activities and amenities not found in your typical association. We enjoy our community clubhouse, swim in the heated swimming pool, bask in the large spa or play billiards in the media library.
2019 June Letter From QMW HOA President Michael Anderson
Here comes summer and with it more activities around our community June 22nd is our community garage/yard sale. Here is your chance to get rid of stuff you don’t use and make a little money. The HOA advertized last year and there was a huge turnout. In previous years we had quite a bit of damage to our loaned out tables so we are not going to do that again. We are planning on having a table at the clubhouse for donations should you not wish to try and sell it yourself. Proceeds will help with future social events. 8 am to 1pm.
July 4th will be here before we know it and once again Quail Meadows West invites you to join in the festivities at the clubhouse. Like last year, we will have bbq and fixins. We will have a signup sheet on the bulletin board. We ask for a $5 donation per person. But, if you bring food the donation is waved or if you can’t afford it you will still be welcome to join. We want you all involved in our community, so please sign up soon so we know how many to plan for (including your guests). If you wish to donate money to help offset the costs you can drop it off at the office. More details to follow.
As always, I urge all homeowners to be aware of children and increased traffic in our community. We all get in a hurry in our lives but with school out and more of us walking and enjoying the outside, it’s important to slow down and be watchful. We did add more stop signs to slow traffic.
The HOA Board and Architectural Committee are aware of other projects needing to be completed but we strive to budget accordingly and without raising dues. This year’s reserve analysis will let us know if the dues are adequate for future projects and repairs. If you see something broken please submit a Request for Repair form located in the clubhouse.
As a reminder, please look through the pool rules and make sure a homeowner accompanies every guest to the pool. Do not lend your key or lose your key. A replacement key will cost you $25 to replace. If you have lost your copy of the pool rules, let us know and we will direct you to the appropriate resource.
“Just living is not enough … one must have sunshine, freedom, and a little flower.”
Hans Christian Andersen