How much are HOA assessments in Twin Lakes?
Twin Lakes assessments are currently set at $150 per quarter, to be remitted to the below address as instructed by your emailed or mailed statement:
P.O. Box 2182
Harrisonburg, VA 22801
Questions concerning should be directed to the following:
Who provides trash collection service to Twin Lakes?
Trash collection is not covered by your Twin Lakes HOA assessments. Community members must contact our approved trash collection service and set up an account directly.
In an effort to preserve and prolong the life of our roads by reducing traffic of heavy vehicles in the subdivision, the Board has designated an exclusive provider of trash/recycling collection, which is currently GFL. Weekly trash pickup and recyclable trash services are available. In exchange for their exclusive access to our community, GFL has granted Twin Lakes a reduced group rate, which is the same for all residents. You can reach them at (434) 977-3339.
Alternatively, individuals may take their trash to the Greene County Landfill just 2 miles away on Swift Run Road.
Per Section H, Item 5 of the Twin Lakes Community Rules:
Lot owners shall, at their own expense, either (a) use the services of the Provider selected by the Board or (b) dispose of their household waste at the County landfill. Any lot owner who receives trash and recycling collection services from anyone other than the Provider selected by the Board shall inform their existing service provider to immediately end all service. Once the Board has selected a Provider, lot owners shall not be entitled to use the services of any other provider of trash and recycling collection services. No lot owner is obligated to participate in trash and recycling collection services offered by Provider.
Who provides water service to Twin Lakes?
Water is provided to the Twin Lakes subdivision by Mountain Lakes Water Company. You can reach them at (434)985-7504.
Who provides power service to Twin Lakes?
Power is provided to the Twin Lakes subdivision by Rappahannock Electric Coop. You can reach them at (800)552-3904.
What is the Winter Weather Road Clearing Policy?
Snow plowing is set to start after approximately 3 inches of snow has accumulated on the roads and will continue as needed at approximately every 4 inches of accumulation. This strikes a balance between cost, safety, and road damage.
We do not “pre-treat” our roads with salt or chemicals unless we are expecting a heavy icing event in order to minimize lake contamination. However, we do apply sand and sometimes salt on icy areas as needed. We also do not apply sand on the roads before snow storms as it does no good, but we often apply it after the storms have passed to address slick areas.
PLEASE NOTE: We do not have the funds or time during snow plowing to ensure that all driveways are free and clear from any residual “plowing piles.” This is inevitable during standard plowing services for all communities, private and public. HOMEOWNERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CLEARING THEIR OWN DRIVEWAY ACCESS to our roads unless some unusually large volume of snow has been accidentally piled in the wrong location. If that happens, please report your issue to APMS via phone at 540-423-3879 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.