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Emerald Mountain HOA
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Neighborhood News
Posted on May 13th, 2017
The Emerald Mountain Garden Club new Yard of the Month program is off and running.  The  volunteer Judges have made the selections and awarded  the nine YARD OF THE MONTH FOR MAY winners! We sincerely thank you all for your time and effort in helping keep Emerald Mountain a wonderful place to live and play!  Listed below are the May 2017, Yard of the Month awardees.  Congratulations to all !  Take time to drive around Emerald Mountain and see all the selections.  
  1. 1300 EM Parkway  Anne Marie & Rob Gault
  2. 935 River Birch Cir Ron & Val Rice
  3. 47 Mtn  Laurel Rdg Jan & Mike Hagen
  4. 92 Dogwood Mdws Ralph & Sharon Ekonen
  5. 404 Grove Park Lp  Erica & Clark Sando
  6. 195 Twin Oaks Ln  Shirley & Johnny Tinsley
  7. 485 Hickory Place   Isabella & John Henfey
  8. 972 Old Ware Rd     Linda & Mike Hill
  9. 27 Walnut Point      Jill & Bob Sheen
Judging for the June awardees will begin in a few weeks....Go for it!
Posted on Apr 25th, 2017
The Emerald Mountain Garden Club will be expanding the Yard of Month Program.  We will have nine winners instead of one.  There will be one sign for the neighborhoods plus one for the Emerald Mountain Parkway.  This allows for nearly 45 recipients with 9 each month from May through September.  Signs will be placed on the 1st of the month.  
Judging criteria is as follows:
1. Weed free lawn & flower/bush beds
2. Lawn edged & neatly trimmed
3. Bushes/vegetation healthy and properly trimmed
4. Colorful, could be varying shades of green
5. Compliance with HOA covenants (mailbox, building upkeep, etc.)
6. Overall effect
Get ready! 
The first signs will be placed May 1st.
Posted on Apr 6th, 2017
We need your help!  Some residents use nearby vacant lots as an area to deposit their yard clippings and shrubbery cuttings.  The HOA Management Board has received many complaints regarding this issue.  The most frequent complaint is the unsightliness of the deposits, especially around the trees, etc. 
We ask that you do not use these vacant areas for this purpose.  These deposits impede mowing and the shrubbery cuttings must be removed by the mowing contractor, incurring additional removal charges.  And, it encourages others to dump too.
We now have a countywide refuse truck at the Equestrian Center each month.  This is a convenient place to dispose of this type material.  Attached is the information and schedule.
The Protective Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions for Emerald Mountain provide:
“There shall be no dumping, throwing or placing of any type of grass, trash, rocks, dirt, limbs, or other type of refuse on any vacant lot within the subdivision. Each respective lot owner shall be responsible for the collection and disposal of such items and material at an appropriate place outside of the subdivision but not on any vacant portions of the subdivision.”
Those identified as placing their yard refuse in the park will be invoiced for removal charges.
Also, if you can identify anyone from outside your area that may be dumping their refuse in the area, (such as landscape maintenance crews) please contact us immediately so we may take appropriate action.
Thank you for your assistance, support and cooperation in helping keep Emerald Mountain a beautiful and desirable place to live and play!
Please Do Not Burn
Posted on Mar 15th, 2017
PLEASE REMEMBER THAT THE COVENANTS OF EMERALD MOUNTAIN PROHIBIT THE BURNING OF REFUSE AT YOUR RESIDENCE.  Burning of yard waste or trash is not permitted in Emerald Mountain.  Please make plans dispose of yard waste in a proper manner.  Schedule yard projects with County-Wide Clean-Up dates in mind, (The truck is at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month) consider composting to create nutrient rich material for your flowers and shrubs, or carry waste to an approved waste facility.  Your neighbors will be thankful!


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Payments may be made using Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. A PayPal account is not required to utilize this service.  (However, please note that PayPal charges a fee for the transaction.)

Questions regarding your HOA account?
You can also mail your payment to:
Emerald Mountain HOA
     41 Emerald Mountain Expy
Wetumpka, AL 36093. 
Deposit your dues in the dropbox that is located on the north corner/side of the Clubhouse

Mailbox Maintenance
Does your mailbox need
Paint? Numbers?  Repair?
Click here for information about mailbox maintenance and repair. 
NOTE: EMVFD has asked you ensure any mailbox planting or decoration NOT OBSCURE the HOUSE NUMBER, this could delay EMERGENCY response to your or your neighbor's house.

Upcoming Events
Countywide Clean-up Days
Saturday, June 10th, 9:00 am until 1:00 pm at Emerald Mountain Equestrian Center 1559 Old Ware Road
The Elmore County Commission continues to partner with Advanced Disposal to host free Countywide Cleanup Days.  Residents are invited to bring household and lawn trash to the site.  Items that will not be accepted include appliances, batteries, paints or thinners, oils and gasses.  Click here for additional information.
HOA Management Board Meeting
Tuesday, June 13th, 6:30 p.m. at Emerald Mountain Clubhouse
All residents are invited to attend.  If you wish to be placed on the agenda, please contact us.

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Countywide Cleanup
The Countywide Cleanup Days have been expanded to every month!  
The Elmore County Commission continues to partner with Advanced Disposal to host free Countywide Cleanup Days.  The truck will be at the Equestrian Center the second Saturday of each month, 9:00 am unil 1:00 pm. Residents are invited to bring household and lawn trash to the site.  Items that will not be accepted include appliances, batteries, paints or thinners, oils and gasses.  Click here for additional information.