The Park at Chestnut Mountain HOA

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A big thank you to all of our Park at Chestnut Mountain essential workers! Thank you for your tireless efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. You are our heroes and the HOA wanted to show a small token of our appreciation via the sign posted at the front entrance, provided by Southern Property Management. Stay strong!


Welcome to the new Park at Chestnut Mountain webpage! This website is available to the public and owners may access the information contained herein without being required to log in. To view your homeowner account balance and payment information, your CCR and ACC records, as well as the community financials and meeting minutes, please click Owner Portal on the navigation menu, and enter your homeowner log in information.

New Parking Guidelines

The Park at Chestnut Mountain has developed new Parking Standards that must be followed in the community. These standards were designed for the safety and convenience of all residents. Thank you in advance for your compliance with the following requirements:

  • Fill garage and driveway spaces first before parking any vehicles on the street
  • When you must park on the street, do not block driveways or sidewalks
  • When you and your visitors must park on the street, ensure that vehicles are parked on only one side of the street and are all facing the same (correct) direction
  • When you are driving through the roadways and cars are parked on the street, proceed with caution, and stop and wait for an opening in traffic prior to driving around parked vehicles

Those who do not follow these guidelines shall be subject to the penalties listed in the Parking Violation Fine Schedule. Click HERE to view the community Fine Schedules.

Speeding in the Community

The speed limit in the neighborhood is 25 miles per hour. This is a neighborhood where children play, pets accidentally get loose, people walk and run, people like to work in their yards, and the occasional family of deer will frolic and play. The speed limit is set low for a reason - the safety and quite enjoyment of the neighborhood! please slow down, keep it at 25 and enjoy your neighborhood as you leave for the real world or head home to your family at night.

Spout Springs Road Widening Project

Hall County, in partnership with the GA Department of Transportation, is looking for ways to improve mobility along Spout Springs Road, roughly from Hog Mountain Road to New Friendship Road. The project team is examining proposed improvements such as the following:
  • Improved lanes
  • Bicycle and pedestrian facilities
  • Greater road access management
  • Better roadway curvature to enhance safety
  • Turn lanes where needed for safer roadway options

Phase II of the project, Union Circle to the south of Thompson Mill Road, has an anticipated start date of Fall 2020 for right-of-way acquisition. Please check out the additional information sources below for more information:

Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, Apr 4 All Day
Tuesday, Apr 4 All Day
Friday, Apr 7 All Day
Tuesday, Apr 11 All Day

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