Eagle Ridge Golf Community is an exclusive golf community featuring executive homes, single family homes, and villas ranging in price from the mid 100s to more than 500s. Many homes offer views of the community's 18 hole golf course designed by U.S. Open Champion Tom Kite. In addition, Eagle Ridge Golf Community boasts 142.1 acres of lakes and natural wooded preserve. Located just south of Raleigh on Old Stage Road (between 401 South and TenTen Road), Eagle Ridge Golf Community is easily accessible from Research Triangle Park, Raleigh-Durham international airport, major universities and medical facilities, and just minutes south of downtown Raleigh. Not only is it accessible to RTP, Eagle Ridge is lessthan a two hour drive to the coast!
Not only will Eagle Ridge Golf Community residents enjoy the semiprivate golf course and 6,000 square foot clubhouse, but also enjoy the swim and racquet club, which includes a swimming pool, cabana, wading pool, tennis courts, children's playground and open spaces.
Living in Eagle Ridge Golf Community means living in one of the best places to call home. As an association resident, there are a variety of ways to stay informed about the latest information, local events and changes within our community. With our website you can stay up to date with the click of a mouse or have a quick read of internal publications such as your Associations Covenants and Bylaws or see what the Board of Directors discussed at the last Board Metering by Reviewing the Minutes.
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A message from the Neighborhood Watch: Regarding Alerts and Notifications
Your Neighborhood Watch has a notification procedure in place to ensure that verified crime alerts and other emergencies are communicated to the entire community through this website and the resources provided by Elite Management. This is the only website on which this Committee is authorized to make such notifications and the only official website created for the exclusive use of Eagle Ridge homeowners.
After calling 9-1-1 to report a suspicious activity or emergency to police authorities, residents are reminded to call their neighborhood Block Captain. A list of current Block Captains and their contact information can be accessed through a link on this website.
If you do not yet have a designated Block Captain for your street or your area of the community, you may contact any one of the current Block Captains on the list. The Block Captain is your point of contact to the Neighborhood Watch and the one who will complete the reporting process for you and communicate the need, when appropriate, for a community wide notification.
While “No Trespassing” signs within a community can be a deterrent, they cannot be enforced legally. However, homeowners CAN post a “No Soliciting” sign on their home and door and door salespersons MUST comply. Additionally, solicitors must also have a permit to do business by the Town of Garner – most “skip” that step but if you ask for it, they must show it to you. Solicitors must also obey the time restrictions for the Town of Garner (usually 9 – 5, Monday through Saturday).
Taking a late summer vacation or traveling for the holidays? Follow these basic steps to secure your home while you are away: • Lock all deadbolts • Turn on the security system (if you have one) • Put a few lights on timers • Stop your mail and make sure other deliveries are cancelled or being collected by a trusted neighbor who has your travel schedule • Submit a House Check Request to the Garner Police Department for a police officer to visually check your property as time permits, while you are away. Click hereto download the House Check Request form. Simply print and complete the form, and call the Garner Police Department at (919) 772-8810 for further instructions. Tips provided courtesy of the Eagle Ridge Neighborhood Watch Committee.
We're pleased to have you visit your Online Community Association. Your Association website is designed to keep you informed about your neighborhood, communicate with neighbors and manage all of your community living - including the ability to pay assessments and dues online. Your Association website has a range of features which will help you update your personal calendar with community events and communicate directly with your Association Board Members and your management company staff.
Your Association Website Includes Features To ...
Safely pay your assessments online via eCheck or credit card
Set recurring assessment payments can be created, modified and viewed
Access your account transaction history in real-time
Create Work Orders to modify and review in real-time
View a directory listing for Homeowners, clubs, committees, teams, etc.
View your events calendar neighborhoods upcoming events in your community
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Please take notice that prior to filing any suit pursuant to 47 C or 47F of the North Carolina General Statutes you may apply for voluntary mediation in accordance with N.C.G.S 7A-38.3F.
If you have questions or comments about this web site or the community, please select the "Contact Us" link here or in the upper left hand corner and complete the form. Please be specific in your inquiry so that we may better assist you.
When are the assessment fees due? The association assessment fees are due on January 1st and July 1st.
How do I get a replacement mailbox? All mail boxes shall be a standard, black mailbox, that is 8 1/8” x 10 1/2”; with a red flag, and can be purchased anywhere. The mailbox must be mounted upon the standard black metal post from Post and Pickets. They can be contacted at 919-772-7170. They are located at 215 Tryon Rd Raleigh, NC 27603. Reflective (gold) mailbox numbers were mailed on February 29, 2016 to all home owners. The new numbers must be centered, at the bottom, of each side. Replacement numbers can be purchased from the HOA at a cost of $10 per set. Unclean, faded, rusted or crooked mailboxes and posts are unacceptable. The color for maintaining acceptable mailboxes is black semi-gloss to gloss black. Flat black is not an acceptable color. Brass bands are no longer required on the mailbox and must be removed no later than December 31, 2016.
Who do I call if there is an emergency? Emergencies situations include fire, plumbing, roof leaks or weather-related damage. Contact our office at (919) 233-7660. Leave a detailed message with your community name, phone number and extent of damage. A staff member will contact as soon as possible.
What are the CC&R’S? The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s) are the governing legal documents that set up the guidelines for the operation of the planned community as a non-profit corporation.
Who do I contact if I have questions about my community? Use the Contact Us Link
Who is responsible for streetlight maintenance? You may report streetlight outages on the Duke Energy website.