The Hall County Sheriff’s Office Christmas Bicycle Program was established in 1997 by the Court Services Division, in efforts for the Deputies and staff to have a more established community outreach. This program is funded by donations from deputies, staff, Sheriff’s Citizens Academy Alumni and by donations from the Community. Yearly, after donations are received, […]
The November 2010 Ivy Springs HOA Newsletter has been published. Find all the details in the full post.
Dear Neighbors: We were successful this past year in achieving the goals set forth by the HOA board. Thank you to all who have contributed, both financially and otherwise. These contributions are vital to the maintenance and improvement of our neighborhood. One of the boards main goals this past year was budgeting for repairing and […]
Fall is a great time to get out and have some fun with your family. Here are a few things that you and your family can get out and enjoy this Fall.
Fall has officially arrived. Here are a few tips that should help you prepare for the months ahead. If you have some tips of your own that you’d like to share, please click through to the full story and leave a comment.
It’s important to be aware of any and all tactics that are being used by any criminals these days and especially Gangs. Here is some information that was shared with us by the Hall County Sheriff’s Department. Please be sure to share this with all of your family, neighbors, and friends.
The Hall County Sheriff’s Department is offering a Vacation Home Check service to all Hall County residents. Read the full post to learn more about this program.
This is the Ivy Springs Newsletter for June 2010. This Newsletter summarizes the meeting held on June 10, 2010. As well, there are some important topics discussed related to the upkeep and maintenance of the neighborhood common property.
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There will be an emergency HOA meeting on Sunday, May 2, 2010 at 2:00 p.m. at the Pool.