Please remember the Open Board Meeting scheduled
for 7:00 PM at the Kings Grant Golf Course club house.
At the January meeting of the Board of Directors the following officers were elected for 2018.
- President - Steve Bell
- Vice-President - Del Crawshaw
- Secretary - Errol Jarman
- Treasurer - Bernie Sheehan
The King’s Grant Homeowner's Association (KGHOA) welcomes you to your new neighborhood. Those who live here would say "you've made an excellent decision". We pride ourselves on being a progressive, friendly, and safe community- intent on the long-term preservation of our green space, aesthetics, and architectural (yet not cookie cutter] continuity. King’s Grant has long been recognized in the surrounding area for its seasonal traditions established by The Garden Club which have been subsequently sponsored by the KGHOA and the King’s Grant Neighborhood Watch. These organizations interact with the shared purpose of sustaining our neighborhoods diverse harmonious accord and increasing its attributable value.
Why do we need a King’s Grant Homeowner’s Association?
Answer: The developers deemed an Association desirable “for the efficient preservation of the values and amenities in [King’s Grant]”.
A Homeowner's Association:
- Has more influence when representing the neighborhood to outside groups or local government.
- Continuously monitors issues of concerns to residents and works with them and others to resolve them.
- Helps property owners and homeowners safeguard property values.
Maintaining a high quality of life within the King's Grant Community and keeping King's Grant one of the most desirable communities in Fayetteville. To promote the health, safety, welfare, and interests of community residents. To preserve, protect and enhance the property values in this community. To be a unified voice on issues which affect King’s Grant residents. To monitor governmental and industrial activities in order to participate in activities that would have an impact on the King’s Grant community.