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June 2024 Newsletter

Dear Fieldstone Park Residents,

We hope this newsletter finds you well and enjoying the spring season. We have some exciting updates and friendly reminders to share with you.

Due Payment Open Soon

Fieldstone Park HOA dues will be due in 2 months. You may pay your dues between July 1 - July 31. Dues are $150 each year. You may pay your dues here: You may also pay via mail at PO Box 503, Helena, AL. If you have a lien from not paying dues in the past, you will also receive an invoice via mail that includes the total amount owed plus current dues. If you have any questions about dues, please contact our Treasurer Branwin DuBose at

Park Improvement Update

During our recent board meeting on April 21st, we discussed several enhancements to our beloved park. Our primary focus is to bring electricity to the park, which will illuminate our pavilion and extend its usability into the evening hours. We’re exploring the most efficient methods to achieve this and are currently considering underground wiring as it offers a more aesthetically pleasing solution compared to installing poles.

Contributions from the Boy Scouts

We’re thrilled to announce that the local Boy Scout troop will be generously donating benches to the park. These additions will provide comfortable seating for everyone to enjoy the natural beauty of our community space.

Enhanced Security Measures

To ensure our park remains a safe and clean environment for all, we will be installing security cameras. This initiative aims to deter vandalism and illegal dumping, preserving the park’s integrity and cleanliness.

Additional Reminders

School will be out soon. Please be safe driving through the neighborhood:

1.     Obey the speed limit.

2.     Stopping at stop signs.

3.     Be Aware that children might be playing or walking near the roads.

4.     Drive carefully around parked cars and other objects in the street.

5.     Limit Distractions while driving. Put away your phone and focus on the road.

Protective covenants are attached to the property, and therefore are applicable and enforceable to any owner(s) of the property.  Please do not hesitate to contact any member of the homeowner association with questions.

Here are the top five covenants with complaints or concerns:


  • No noxious or offensive activity shall be carried on upon any lot, nor shall anything be done thereon which may be or may become an annoyance or nuisance to the neighborhood. Examples include unkept lawn, inappropriate parking on grass, habitual street parking obstructing traffic or view of pedestrians.

  • No sign of any kind shall be displayed to the public view on any lot except, one sign of not more than five square feet advertising the property for sale or rent, or signs used by a builder to advertise the property during the construction and sales period. Just pointing this one out since we are in an election year. It is certainly fine to temporarily display signs such as high school graduates, for example.

  • No fence, wall, hedge or shrub planting which obstructs sight lines to elevations between 2 and 5 feet above the roadways shall be placed… The same sight line limitations shall apply on any lot within 10 feet from the intersection of a street property line with the edge of a driveway or alley pavement. No tree shall be permitted to remain within such distances of such intersections unless the foliage line is maintained at sufficient height to prevent obstructions of such sight lines. Please be respectful to keep trees, hedges, or brush between property lines well-manicured. Never allow foliage to obstruct sight of drivers or pedestrians as this could present a hazard.

  • No satellite dishes may be installed in any front or side yard but installation of satellite dishes is permitted in the rear yard. No television antenna may be installed at a height greater than six (6) feet above the highest point of the roof. No other antennas, including C.B. antennas or amateur radio antennas shall be permitted on any lot. Remember, it is your responsibility to notify the dish installer of this rule in advance, to avoid the expense of relocating the dish if placed in a way that violates this covenant.

  • Only vehicles used for day – to – day transportation of the property owners, their families or invites may be kept or stored on the property. No house trailers, campers, recreational vehicles, boats, boat trailers, dune buggies, motorcycles, abandoned or inoperative vehicles or similar equipment or vehicles may be kept or stored in the open on the premises. While it is certainly understandable that you may be loading or unloading an RV, boat, or trailer for temporary use, at no time should such items remain on the property or in the driveway for more than 72 hours. Our ACC members will be observing for any chronic violations. Written notices will be issued as necessary, and a $50 fine will be assessed to the homeowner if the issue persists.

  • All plans for any structure or improvement to be erected on or moved upon or to any lot, the exterior construction material, the roofs, and any later changes or additions to the exterior of the building on any lot after initial approval thereof shall be subject to and shall require the approval in writing of the Committee before any work is commenced. Be sure to use the Project proposals may be submitted here:


Stay tuned for our summer neighborhood social planned for showcasing the neighborhood park upgrades! Date TBD.

We appreciate your cooperation and continued support in making Fieldstone Park a wonderful place to live.

Warm regards, The Fieldstone Park HOA Board

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