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~ Welcome! ~
Welcome to the website for The Lakes & Fairways at Prairie Crossing HOA.
 
All homeowners, are encouraged to register with the website.  Registration will enable access to members only areas including: board meeting minutes, financial reports, Architectural request forms  and newsletters. 
 
The Covenants document includes information regarding architectural guidelines.
 
Send questions via the contact us page.
 
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~ Local Events ~
2021 Food Truck Schedule
Thursday, March 18th to Friday, December 31st, Various Times at Parking Lot
Food Truck Date Time  
Scott's Diggity Dogs  CANCELED Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021 5-7pm Click here for menu
Ohana's Donuts & Ice Cream CANCELED  Saturday, Sept. 18, 2021 9am-noon Click here for menu
LM Taqueria (Loren & Mari Mexican Grill) Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021 4:30-7pm Click here for menu
Jaws Thursday, Sept. 29, 2021 5-7pm Click here for menu
 

~ Community Announcements ~
Fireworks Ordinance:
 
§ 92.130  PUBLIC DISPLAYS OF FIREWORKS.
   The documentation requirements for providing a public display of fireworks within the City of Noblesville or Noblesville Township are listed below:
   (A)   A copy of the completed fireworks permit application from the Office of the Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) as required by I.C. 22-11-14-2.
   (B)   A letter of intent to display fireworks. This letter of intent to display fireworks shall include:
      (1)   Name of the sponsoring organization.
      (2)   Day, date, and time of the display.
      (3)   Location of the display.
      (4)   Number and maximum diameter size of aerial display shell.
      (5)   Types and amounts of ground materials and locations.
      (6)   Timetable of operations including delivery set-up and time of the “live load.”
      (7)   A statement that only materials listed and approved by the U.S. Department of the Treasury, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (BATF) will be utilized.
      (8)   A statement attesting to be the understanding of all the rules and regulations governing public fireworks displays and that the display located in the City of Noblesville will be in accordance with NFPA 1123.
      (9)   A list of personnel who will be representing the fireworks vendor, their function, experience, and qualification.
      (10)   A site plan of the proposed display site.
      (11)   A copy of the certificate of insurance as required by I.C. 22-11-14-3.
      (12)   A copy of the contract between the sponsor and the fireworks vendor.
(Ord. 50-10-09, passed 10-27-09)  Penalty, see § 92.999
§ 92.131  CONSUMER FIREWORKS.
   (A)   Pursuant to I.C. 22-11-14-10.5, consumer fireworks may only be used in the City of Noblesville, Indiana, corporate limits during the days and times listed in I.C. 22-11-14-10.5(c)(3) which are listed below:
      (1)   Between the hours of 5:00 p.m. and two hours after sunset on June 29, June 30, July 1, July 2, July 3, July 5, July 6, July 7, July 8, and July 9.
      (2)   Between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 midnight on July 4.
      (3)   Between the hours of 10:00 a.m. on December 31 and 1:00 a.m. on January 1.
   (B)   In the event that the hours of use for consumer fireworks listed in I.C. 22-11-14-10.5(c)(3) are amended, the state statute shall control.
(Ord. 50-10-09, passed 10-27-09)  Penalty, see § 92.999
 
 
HOA Board Vacancies:
Would you like to be a part of the solution?
Would you like to be involved with  improving your community?
Do you care enough to become a member of the HOA Board of Directors?
If you are interested in becoming a Board member please complete the Volunteer Form and return it to Ardsley Management Please note: To serve on the Board you must be in good standing with both your dues and the Community Covenants and Restrictions.
 
Large Trash Items:
There has recently been a significant increase in the number of large items being left on the curb. You must contact the Republic Services at (317) 917-7300 to schedule the removal of these items. Republic charges $20.00 per item. If the HOA has to remove the items, the resident will be charged.
 
Algae on Siding ~ Please take a moment to inspect the exterior of your home. If you have algae growing now is the time to schedule a vendor to have it cleaned.  In the event the alga is not removed from your home you may receive a violation letter from the Homeowners Association. A violation from your HOA can be very costly.
 

 
~ News Articles ~
Color Pallet
Posted on May 10th, 2021
 
Homeowners:
Your Board of Directors has seen an increase in exterior color changes throughout the community without prior approval. After much deliberation, the Board has agreed on the following color palette for your community. As a reminder, any exterior color change must be approved before it is painted per the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. If you plan to paint any part of the exterior of your home, please complete the enclosed Improvement Request form. You may repaint the exterior to its original color, or one of the following colors listed below. Go to www.sherwin-williams.com/homeowners and use the color code and name to see the color.
 
Your Board of Directors acknowledges that other colors are on the trend and can be seen in several newer communities. The decision to limit the color palette is intended to continue the harmonious look throughout the community. From a design standpoint, most homes here would not accommodate those trend colors. The homes in our community were built to have light siding (tan, beige, gray, and white). These newer communities offer many options that we simply cannot. 
 
At this time, we are requesting that all homeowners take a look at their property to ensure that they are in compliance. If you’re not sure, you can view your home via Google Maps Street View to see the color as far back as 2007 to see if your home is the original color. If you have a color change that has not been approved (or planning for a color change), we ask that you return the attached Improvement Request form with a photo of your property, along with a sample color. Changes made by a former owner is still the responsibility of the current owner to ensure approval was given.
 
Ardsley Management will conduct an inspection of the property after August 1st 2021 and notify homeowners that are not in compliance with the community color palette. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact kboyd@ardsleymgmt.com.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Solicitation
Posted on Jun 12th, 2019
With the weather warming up, you may notice solicitors who go door-to-door in neighborhoods. The City of Noblesville has an ordinance that regulates who can solicit and what they have to do. There are some exceptions to that rule, which are listed here. The Noblesville Police Department requires any "for profit" solicitor to obtain a permit with their photo in it, which they must have with them whenever they are soliciting. Here's an example. Some neighborhoods have "No Soliciting" signs at the entrance to their neighborhood. These signs are not listed in the city ordinance and are not enforceable by the Noblesville Police Department. If you want to keep solicitors from contacting you, the Noblesville Police Department recommends that you place a sign on or next to the front door.