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Eagle Crossing Dog Park – Now Open!! 0

Posted on October 10, 2018 by admin

Eagle Crossing dog owners will be pleased to know that our new neighborhood dog park is officially open and ready for your well-behaved pets to play in!

 

We are very excited to announce that Eagle Crossing now has a one-acre dog park located east of the pool and playground areas on the Silverleaf side of our neighborhood. Responsible dog owners from either Silverleaf or Tallgrass are welcome to use the facility.

 

The dog park is divided in to two sections. One area is for small dogs only that are under 30 lbs. and the other section is for large dogs that weigh more than 30 lbs. The gates have a lever that you push down from the top to release the latch and open the gate.

 

IMPORTANT: Use of the dog park comes with a responsibility from every dog owner to have proper control of their dog at all times, to clean up after their dog and take good care of the park for the continued enjoyment of everyone. There are rules posted clearly at the entrance of the park and listed below. Please ensure that you have read the rules and understand your responsibilities.

 

We are so pleased that our neighborhood has this wonderful addition to our already impressive list of amenities for the families in our community. Let’s all make sure that it is a positive and pleasant experience for every person and pup that uses it.

 

Thank you!   Eagle Crossing HOA

 

For any questions please contact our Management company at eaglecrossing@mgroupmanagement.com.  Telephone:  317-207-4281

 

 

EAGLE CROSSING DOG PARK RULES

  • The Eagle Crossing Dog Park is for residents of Eagle Crossing and their dogs ONLY. Non-residents are trespassing and will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.
  • Dogs must be properly vaccinated and healthy. They must have no contagious conditions or disease, and be parasite-free (both internally and externally). This is to prevent the spread of any illness or disease.
  • Dogs that are ill, injured or in heat are also prohibited. Dogs must be over 4 months old to use the park.
  • The small dog area is for dogs weighing less than 30 pounds only.
  • Owners are legally responsible for their dogs and injuries caused by them. Dog handlers must be at least 16 years of age.
  • No more than two dogs per handler are permitted in the park at one time. Children under the age of 13 MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult.
  • OWNERS MUST CLEAN UP AFTER THEIR DOGS. WASTE RECEPTACLES ARE PROVIDED.
  • ALL dogs must be leashed upon entering and exiting the park and handlers must have a leash available while in the park. Aggressive dogs are not permitted – handlers must remove their dogs from the park upon the first sign of aggression.
  • Dogs must be in view and under voice control of their handlers at all times. Leaving dogs unattended is strictly prohibited.
  • Please control excessive barking. Dogs who continue with excessive barking should be removed from the park to avoid agitating other dogs. Dogs must be discouraged from digging – handlers must fill any holes.
  • Do not bring treats into the park.
  • Food/ beverages/ smoking/ picnicking are prohibited.

 

  • HOURS – Facility is open from sunrise to sunset, seven days a week.

 

  • CLOSINGS – Facility may need to be closed due to field conditions and periodic maintenance.

 

  • REPORTING – Any incident, problem, violation, emergency, etc., must be reported immediately to the Hendricks County Sheriff Department, 317-745-3636.

 

  • RESPONSIBILITY – Any person bringing a dog into this facility assumes the legal responsibility, jointly, and severally, with the owner of the dog, for any damage, disease or injury to persons, other dogs or property, caused by the dog. All persons using the facility, be entering it, agree to indemnify the Eagle Crossing Homeowners Association and hold the Association harmless for any harm resulting from the use of this facility.

 

  • For the benefit of everyone in our community, please remember to leave our dog park nicer than you found it – leave nothing but paw prints!

Eagle Crossing – Summer Shindig – Rescheduled 9/29/18 0

Posted on September 14, 2018 by admin
—SUMMER SHINDIG 2018—
Saturday, September 29th from 5p to 8p
At the Tallgrass Park
Join your neighbors at our 6th Annual Summer Shindig.  Your children will enjoy Bounce Houses, Face Painting, as well as other fun activities.  We will also have Free Popcorn, Bottled Water, & Cotton Candy.  There will be a DJ playing family friendly music and we encourage you to bring a blanket and some food and hang out on the lawn for an evening with your neighbors.  We also suggest walking to the park, as parking will be limited.

Summer Shindig – POSTPONED 0

Posted on September 07, 2018 by admin

Due to the Weather, the Summer Shindig that was scheduled for Saturday, September 8th from 5p to 8p has been postponed.  Keep your eyes out for the rescheduled date to be published soon.

Eagle Crossing Fall Garage Sale 0

Posted on August 27, 2018 by admin

The Fall Community Garage Sale will be held on Thursday, September 20th, Friday, September 21st, and Saturday, September 22nd, 2018 from 8am-3pm. The Garage Sale will be advertised in the local newspaper, and signs will be placed at the entrances of Tall Grass and Silver Leaf. All homeowners are encouraged to participate!

2018 Annual Meeting – Monday, September 24th 0

Posted on August 07, 2018 by admin

This year’s Annual Meeting will be held at Eaton Hall in Brownsburg (61 North Green Street, Brownsburg, IN. 46112) on Monday, September 24th from 6pm to 8pm.

We hope to see you all there.

Eagle Crossing HOA

Summer Shindig – Saturday, September 8th 0

Posted on August 07, 2018 by admin
—SUMMER SHINDIG 2018—
Saturday, September 8th from 5p to 8p
At the Tallgrass Park
Join your neighbors at our 6th Annual Summer Shindig.  Your children will enjoy Bounce Houses, Face Painting, as well as other fun activities.  We will also have Free Popcorn, Bottled Water, & Cotton Candy.  There will be a DJ playing family friendly music and we encourage you to bring a blanket and some food and hang out on the lawn for an evening with your neighbors.  We also suggest walking to the park, as parking will be limited.

Covenant Amendments 0

Posted on August 01, 2018 by admin

Hello Eagle Crossing Homeowners,

 

We hope you are all having a fun and safe summer!

 

We wanted to remind everyone that in June, the Board of Directors put forth two amendments to the covenants for Eagle Crossing. The first is an amendment to cap the number of rental homes and the second, is an amendment to allow outdoor storage buildings (sheds). Ballots were mailed to every homeowner.

 

If you have already returned your ballot, THANK YOU!  Unfortunately thus far, we have received only 25% of the ballots. Please return your ballots so that your vote can be counted!   You can find a ballot via this link – http://docdro.id/11S6KNh.

 

Per Section 9.2 of the covenants, for any amendment to pass, there must be at least 75% of the homeowners that vote in favor of it. Eagle Crossing has 853 homes. Each amendment, on its own, must receive at least 640 YES votes to pass that amendment.   Your vote is important!

 

Please read and review both amendments. IMPORTANT: You must completely fill out the ballot for your vote to count. It is extremely important that you provide your address. Each homeowner gets one vote and we must keep track of who has voted and who hasn’t. Partially completed ballots will not count.

 

Thank you,

 

Eagle Crossing Board of Directors

Firework Safety 0

Posted on June 27, 2018 by admin

We want to remind everyone the importance of firework safety as we head into the firework season. Below is a link to firework safety from the State of Indiana.

https://www.in.gov/dhs/files/Fireworks_Safety.pdf

Covenant Amendment Vote 0

Posted on June 21, 2018 by admin

Eagle Crossing is a planned community with Covenants and Restrictions to help protect the property values of all homeowners. The Board of Directors is putting forth a vote for two amendments to the covenants. (You should have received the amendments and a voting ballot in the mail with your dues statement.) The first is an amendment to cap the number of rental homes and the second, is an amendment to allow outdoor storage buildings (sheds).

The amendment would cap the number of rental homes at 12%. Feedback from the annual homeowner surveys has shown strong support for a cap on rental homes. Also, data shows that rental homes in Eagle Crossing have a higher rate of covenant violations than owner occupied homes.

Under the current covenants, detached outdoor storage buildings are prohibited. If passed, the amendment would allow sheds but with certain restrictions (see the amendment for those restrictions). Again, feedback from the annual survey and annual meetings has shown strong support to allow sheds.

Per Section 9.2 of the covenants, for any amendment to pass, at least 75% of the homeowners must vote in favor for it. Eagle Crossing has 853 homes. Each amendment, on its own, must receive at least 640 YES votes to pass that amendment.

Please read and review both amendments. IMPORTANT: You must completely fill out the ballot for your vote to count. It is extremely important that you provide your address. Each homeowner gets one vote and we must keep track of who has voted and who hasn’t. Partially completed ballots will not count.

 

Thank you,

Eagle Crossing Board of Directors

Eagle Crossing Community Pools 0

Posted on May 24, 2018 by admin

Hello Homeowners,

After a long winter, summer is finally here and our pools will officially open on Saturday, May 26th.  Pool Hours are 9am to 9pm, seven days a week.  The pools will close for severe weather warnings.   Homeowners can use both pools in our subdivision – one is located in Tallgrass north of 56th Street and the other in Silverleaf south of 56th street.  Your pool pass will work at either pool.

Pool Passes
When you purchased your home, you should have received a pool pass.  If not, there is a $10 charge for a new pool pass.  You can send a check or money order for $10 to Eagle Crossing HOA, 509 National Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46227.  Once the payment is received, a new pool pass will be mailed to you. If your pool pass is lost, there is a $10 replacement fee.  If you have a pool pass but it is not working, please contact  Julie Konkle.  Please note that your HOA dues must be current in order for your pool pass to work.

Children 15 and under MUST be accompanied by a responsible adult.   This is for their safety and to ensure adequate supervision to make sure our pools are safe and enjoyable for everyone.  There are pool monitors at both pools but, their primary role is to manage the pool equipment and to ensure that the pools are only being used by Eagle Crossing residents and guests.

We would also like to remind everyone that the HOA has the right to revoke your pool privileges for misconduct or violation of the rules, as well as non-payment of HOA dues.

Please remember to keep our common areas clean and tidy and help to make Eagle Crossing a great community for everyone!

If you have any questions please feel free to contact your Property Manager, Julie Konkle at 317-207-4281 or by email at eaglecrossing@mgroupmanagement.com.

We hope you all have a fun and safe swimming season!

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    Eagle Crossing HOA is located in Brownsburg, Indiana, located on 56th Street one mile west of Raceway Road. Eagle Crossing consists of two communities totalling 853 homes making it the largest subdivision in Hendricks County! On the north side of 56th Street is the Tallgrass community, while on the south side of 56th Street is Silverleaf. The zip code for both communities is 46234. Residents of Eagle Crossing enjoy over 50 acres of common area, including walking trails, two pools and picnic shelters, five playgrounds, a meditation chapel and a soccer goals and more!
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