The Elms of Charleston

Welcome  …to the website for Elms Homeowners Association.  If you haven’t yet shared an e-mail address with us, please do so via the Contact Us Link on the CMG web site… Your community event calendar is available at this link Calendar. The most recent Minutes to Board meetings and Newsletters are available. To request Minutes or Newsletters, please click here NEWS! Elms newsletters are available upon request

Documents:
Rules and Regulations
The Architectural Review Standards
ARC Application Form
ACH (Checking account automatic draft) form
Amended and Restated ByLaws of The Elms Homeowners Association complete thru Jan2012
Second Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Restrictions and Easments for The Elms of Charleston complete thru Jan

 

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Manager Information and Real-Time Updates:

  • Newsletter from North Charleston City Councilman Dwight Stigler November 11th, 2014: Happy Veterans Day ! The City of North Charleston will host its annual Veterans Day tribute on Tuesday, November 11, 2014 from 10:30 am – 1:00 pm at Park Circle featuring Vietnam War veteran Lt. Col. Clebe McClary as keynote speaker. We ask veterans and the public to join Mayor R. Keith Summey and City Council in this ... Read more about this.
  • Elms of Charleston HOA Annual Meeting October 27th, 2014: The Elms of Charleston HOA with be holding its Annual Meeting Tuesday, October 28th 2014 at 10am. This meeting will take place at the Elms clubhouse and we invite all homeowners to attend. One of the main items that will be taking place is the election of 3 new Board Members. A proxy was mailed ... Read more about this.
  • Meeting with Landcape Company July 23rd, 2014: A meeting took place on Tuesday with the Greenery, CMG and some member of the Board. The meeting was called as a result of the survey that was sent out to the residents. All items on the survey were discussed and a plan of action was created. The Board feels this meeting was productive and ... Read more about this.
  • April 16th, 2014: How to Be Safe Around Alligators ~From Savannah River Ecology Laboratory – Herpetology Program Being safe around alligators is straightforward. Concerns about having negative encounters with alligators can largely be dissolved with common sense and an understanding of alligator behavior. To put in the risk of alligator attack context, you are more likely to get struck by ... Read more about this.
  • Frozen Branches! February 12th, 2014: We are getting widespread reports all over the Tri-County area primarily Summerville and Ladson that branches are falling from frozen trees. We will have maintenance crews out as soon as possible to clear this up, weather permitting… Reports are that the weather concerns will continue through Thursday, February 13th… Just got word that school is ... Read more about this.
  • Elms Board Update January 02nd, 2014: The new Board has officially taken office as of January 1st 2014. The new Board will hold a meeting next Tuesday, January 7th 2014 to discuss the goals and plans for this year. The monthly Board meeting will still take place the 3rd Tuesday of each month at 10am. We look forward to seeing you ... Read more about this.
  • Fall sounds breaking the peace in your neighborhood? September 18th, 2013: Fall… Coming soon to a community near you… The wonderful time of year where you can open your windows and enjoy cool breezes and the sweet song of your neighbor’s dog who NEVER shuts up. Sound disappointingly familiar? If so, the first line of approach is to talk with your neighbor… It’s a neighborhood, right? If that ... Read more about this.
  • Elms of Charleston Blog Update August 30th, 2013: The landscape installation around the clubhouse is compete and looks really great! The kitchen upgrade is almost complete and should be finished today. As a reminder the pool is closing October 30th 2013 for the season, however the pool deck area in open all year for homeowner use. The next Board of Directors meeting will ... Read more about this.
Please note that some documents were downloaded from the County and were current as of the date they were downloaded.  They have been scanned via Optical Character Recognition.  They are not certified as complete, and they and ARE NOT THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENTS.  Please consult your closing attorney or the County directly for the most current, accurate complete and legal information.

Important Numbers: Police non-emergency:     740-2800 Fire non-emergency:         740-2616

Resident Gate Entry

There are two ways for a resident to enter through the entrance gate. The first method is by using # and your personal 4-digit code. You must use the pound (#) sign first. The second method of entry is by using your remote control. They can be purchased for $40 per remote.

To be able to maintain the level of security that the gate is intended to provide, please do not hand out the secret code. If you forget the code, you will be locked out. There will be no one to call to let you in unless you can call a neighbor.

Visitor Entry

When the visitor pulls up to the entry keypad, he will be able to scroll through the alphabetical listing of owners’ names. The listing will always start in the middle of the list. Next to each resident’s name will be a three-digit scroll code. The visitor should enter this three-digit scroll code onto the keypad. By entering the code, the computer will speed dial the home telephone number you have provided. You will be able to speak to the visitor at the gate to identify them.

If you wish to allow them access to the community, you should press the number nine (9) followed by the “#”. These instructions are also printed on the access panel of the gate.

Gate Operating Hours

The gate will be open Monday through Friday from 6am to 6 pm.  This extends to 7pm at April 1 and 8 pm on June 1.

Changing of Personal Information

To maintain the level of security that the gate is intended to provide, all changes of secret codes will be required in writing from the owner. This correspondence must include the following information:

(1) Owners Name (2) Property Address (3) Owner’s Signature (4) Home Telephone #

Emergencies at the Gate

If the gate is not operating, please contact any Board Member.

In no case should you try to push open the gate. The gate operates on a hydraulic arm. The pressure must be released from this arm or the gate will not open.