Spring Shiloh Scoop
1st of two editions
Transition to Red Oak
- Please refer to previous Scoop located on www.shilohfarmshoa.org for all instructions related to the April 1st, 2022 transition to Red Oak.
- As of today 256 homes have completed their transition.
- If you are one of the remaining 21 homes, please email email@example.com and let them know if you intend to use recycling. If you do not send this email, you will not receive a recycling tote.
- Please send email by March 20, 2022
- Please remember to pay your annual dues by March 31, 2022 to avoid a late fee
- Dues are $1023 this year and that includes trash service from April-December 2022
Traffic Calming meeting with Forsyth County
- Forsyth County will proceed with the radar sign installations as requested as proposed in the traffic study. You should see these signs go up within the next two weeks depending on the weather. Once they have been in place for at least three months, we can conduct another speed data collection around the new signs to determine their impact.
- Forsyth County will make sure the “No Through Truck” signs are posted along Shiloh Road East at Stoney Point Road and just west of Shiloh Road Crossing.
- Forsyth County will place clear directional signs at both intersections of Shiloh Road East and Shiloh Crossing to use Shiloh Crossing as the route to Stoney Point Road and Shiloh Road or Old Alpharetta/Caney.
ACC Requirements for Exterior Modifications
As an administrative arm of the Board of Directors, the Architectural Control Committee’s role is to preserve, protect and enhance the value of the properties in the Community of Shiloh Farms by implementing the architectural provisions stated in the Declaration of Covenants and Restrictions. In other words, the ACC exists to ensure all exterior modifications to homes are in keeping with the overall aesthetic of the neighborhood. Homeowners are required to submit a Change Request to the ACC before making any changes to the exterior of their homes. Failure to do so will result in a $200 fine.
Let's talk Spring Yard Sprucing!
1. Prune away dead and damaged branches.
2. Cut back and divide perennials as needed.
3. Clean up around plants and make sure to remove any leaves remaining from the Fall.
4. Weed your beds and apply weeding agent to your lawns.
5. Replace dead or diseased shrubs.
6. Place a new layer of fresh mulch or pinestraw to your beds.
Thank you for all of your hard work keeping Shiloh Farms looking like a green utopia!
Shiloh Farms Board of Directors
Director Jane McLain Vice President Belmont firstname.lastname@example.org
Director Gary Nixon Treasurer Belmont email@example.com
Director Lance Hall Secretary Belmont firstname.lastname@example.org
Director Dawn Bourg Member at Large Crofton email@example.com
Association Manager (CMA)Carrie Neville404-835-9216CMA firstname.lastname@example.org