Q: Is there a homeowners association in the subdivision of Saunders Point?
A: Yes, Saunders Point has homeowners association created at the time that the community was developed in 1949. The Saunders Point Citizens Association was assigned all rights reserved by the original developer of Saunders Point in the Restrictions of Record under a Master Deed dated March 5, 1975.
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Q: What is the Saunders Point Citizens Association?
A: The Saunders Point Citizens Association is a wonderful group made up of residents of the Saunders Point Community. This organization helps improve the area for all the people who live here.
Q: How much does it cost to join?
A: For just $20 annually you can be a part of the Association. When you join you can vote on important issues affecting our community at the bi-annual meetings in May and November.
Q: Where can I find contact information for government services, schools, etc.?
A: We have a very comprehensive Contacts list on our website. Please click the Contacts link at the top of this page.
Q: I would like to have some work done on my home. Are there any rules I should be aware of before I begin?
A: You need to consult the Restrictions of Record to see if your project violates any of the existing rules. Any plans regarding tree removal, fence construction, excavation, home additions, or new home construction needs to be submitted for prior approval from the SPCA Board.