CDHA Activities

Member Benefits: CDHA Activities Promote Awareness of Environmental Issues

  • Attend City Council Meetings regarding approval of additional Plats to County Downs.
  • Obtain diagrams and plans for long-range County Downs development showing road and connections to adjacent areas.

Community Projects

  • Provide and update County Downs Homeowners Association Directory.
  • Obtain City Council approval for activities that utilize right-of-way property.
  • Installation and maintenance of sprinkler system.
  • Maintenance and beautification of common areas within County Downs.

Social Events

  • Annual Christmas Party at the December General Meeting.
  • Annual Homeowners Labor Day BBQ.
  • National Night Out gathering at the Gazebo.
  • Other social activities as requested/suggested by Homeowners.

Other Activities

  • Hospitality Committee: Sends cards to residents who are sick or have a recent death in the family, births, etc.
  • Crime Prevention Committee: Liaison with the Montgomery Police Department regarding crime in or adjacent to County Downs.
  • Decoration Committee: Decorates the entrance and Gazebo for the Christmas season.
  • Yard-of-the-Month: The best-groomed yards each month (May – October) and best-decorated homes for the Christmas season are recognized.
  • Block Captains: Help distribute quarterly Newsletters and other notices for Association activities.

Finance Activities

  • Collections and deposit of membership dues.
  • Payment of routine bills (electricity; water; maintenance of areas, etc.)
  • Preparation and dissemination of monthly statements and yearly financial report.
  • Maintain a current membership list.

Countydowns.org Website

  • Promote pride in the community,
  • Encourage residents to join the Association,
  • Provide information to the membership about CDHA activities,
  • Meet your neighbors via Nextdoor,
  • Offer information and promote businesses owned or managed by Association members,
  • And, furnish information of interest to prospective new residents.
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