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Deerfield Trace Homes Association
General Information and FAQ
 
 HOMEOWNER ASSOCIATION ANNUAL ASSESSMENT:
     -DTHA has approved a general incremental increase schedule for Annual Assessments per home beginning in 2015
       as follows:
             2015 and 2016 is $400.00 per year
             2017 and 2018 is $450.00 per year
             2019 and beyond $500.00 per year
     -Annual Assessment is due by January 31st each year
     -Homeowners will be billed by mail and/or email on December 1st of the preceding year
     -Late fee of $50.00 is assessed to all pass due accounts
     -Electronic payment options are provided (convenience fees apply)
 
 TRANSFER FEES:
     -Transfer Fee of $75.00 is required for set-up and transition of accounts
     -Transfer Fees are billed at the request of the Title Company or will be billed directly to the new owner
 
 SERVICES PROVIDED BY THE HOA:
     -Weekly Trash, Recycling and Yard Waste removal
     -Access to the neighborhood swimming pool
     -Common Area maintenance and care
Other Information
HOA Address: Deerfield Trace Homes Association
P.O. Box 860197
Shawnee, KS 66286

    -Annual Homeowners Meeting:
          The annual HOA meeting for the purpose of electing Officers, Board Members and reporting the financial status of the 
          HOA is held on the first Wednesday of March each year.  The location and agenda is communicated to the HOA and
          posted on the website at least 30 days prior to the meeting
    -Board of Directors:
          The Board meets on the second Monday of each month at a location TBA.  All members of the HOA can and are
          encouraged to attend
    -Architecture Control Committee:
          The Architecture Control Committee has authority to regulate and enforce the restrictions provided by Declarations and
          Restrictions in the covenants.  The ACC meets in tandem with the BOD each month

    -Pool Committee:
          The Pool Committee oversees the operation and maintenance of the neighborhood swimming pool as well as the issuance
          of security cards for the entry to the pool.

Social Committee

This committee, which was formed in 2002, plans neighborhood social get-togethers throughout the year. This group is behind such activities as the Welcome Committee, Spring and Fall Garage Sales, Opening Day Pool Gift Prizes, Summer Block Party, Breakfast with Santa, and much more. Through this committee, neighbors have had the chance to become friends, which in turn makes this a better, safer place to live.

Social
This committee, which was formed in 2002, plans neighborhood social get-togethers throughout the year. This group is behind such activities as the Welcome Committee, Spring Egg Hunt, Spring and Fall Garage Sales, Summer Block Party, Breakfast with Santa, and much more. Through this committee, neighbors have had the chance to become friends, which in turn makes this a better, safer place to live.
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