DISCOVER OUR COMMUNITY
Residents of Geneva National are represented by one or both Homeowners Associations and their elected boards, which strive to maintain property value, appearance, integrity, and amenities.
YOU'RE IN GOOD HANDS
Every resident of Geneva National belongs to this overarching association, which covers such entities and services as the community's Swim & Racquet Club, private roadway maintenance, and contracts for water, sewer, refuse, and security.
Residents who live in Geneva
National's maintenance-free condominiums are also part of the Master Association, which covers landscaping, snow removal, property insurance, and exterior building maintenance.
The Architectural Review Committee checks such architectural controls as exterior colors and home design to ensure an overall community style that integrates with the natural surroundings, increases overall property value, and enhances residents' quality of life.
AN ASSOCIATION OF
When deciphering a homeowner's assessments, you will see that Geneva National is a true value. The current HOA monthly fee includes 24-hour security, membership to the Pool & Racquet Club, garbage collection, roads and plowing, water and sewer, and parks and recreation. For multi-family owners, the monthly HOA fee also covers landscaping and snow removal, building maintenance and painting, property insurance, and reserves for capital projects.
Geneva National's HOA assessment covers more services than that of other area subdivisions.
Geneva National residents have the opportunity to serve on the Community and Master associations as well as to volunteer for the Welcome, Pool and Communications committees.
As its name implies, the Welcome Committee greets each new homeowner with a welcome bag. From this committee, other groups have taken root, including the Newcomer's Dinner Club, Game Night, book clubs and morning coffee clubs.
The Pool Committee was integral in the 2018 rebuild of the state-of-the-art community pool and racquet facility and continues to assist with programming.
The Communications Committee informs the neighborhood of upcoming events and opportunities through monthly newsletters.