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Campaign signs

October 9 - Please do not touch, remove, collect, move or knock over any campaign signs in Kitts Creek no matter where you see them and particularly not on anyone's lot nor on any HOA common area. If you see signs that do not belong where they are set, like an HOA common area, please email Carlie or use the webform on to alert the Board.  It will be handled.

By |2019-10-09T15:08:56-05:00October 9th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

This weekend

October 5th - No Parking on Kit Creek Road, 9:30am-11am This Saturday October 5th, the Social Committee has planned a Fun Run and Fall Festival. The Fun Run begins at 10am with the Fall Festival to follow. The Cleveland Realty Group is providing complimentary Kona Ice if you checkin at their table. Please do not park on Kit Creek Road between 9:30am and 11am. We have the support of the Town of Morrisville Police Department to direct traffic to Legendary Lane or Hemby Ridge Lane. Police will be monitoring and/or blocking the following intersections: • Kit Creek Road and Legendary Lane, • Kit Creek Road and Glade Valley Lane, • Kit Creek Road and Grantsboro Lane, • Kit Creek Road and Grand Liberty Road, both sides Thank you for your patience and I hope you all will enjoy the festivities. Yours Truly, Stefanie Reed Kitts Creek Social Committee

By |2019-10-03T09:59:56-05:00October 2nd, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Where did the roses go?

Hello neighbors! This week you will see work begin on a multi-phase Landscape Remediation project that will take place throughout Kitts Creek.  We have a few problems to address: End of lifespan - some of our plants from the original part of Kitts Creek have reached the end of their life expectancy.  Also, many of them were planted very close together to try to give the neighborhood an established look quickly.  It is what developers do but makes it harder on the plants. Knockout rose disease - all over the Triangle, there is a disease called Rose Rosette Disease (RRD) that is decimating roses.  It is a nasty & incurable disease and the only solution is to dig the plant out.  Almost all of the rose bushes in KC have it already (both HOA common area and homeowner lots) and those that do not will have it soon. Planting beds around shrubs are meant to be cleaned out of older mulch or pinestraw periodically and soil refreshed.  This maintenance work has never been done in KC so we have to do it now.  Taking care of this while we also have these other issues will save us some money. What is the plan? Rose Replacement:  All of the roses, including roots, will be removed from HOA common areas beginning immediately.  These areas will be bare for a bit and then a variety of flowering and colorful plants will replace them. New Shrub Design:  Our Landscape Committee Chair, Donna Fender, is working with our landscaper on a phased plan and design - removal of dead or dying shrubs (at end of life) and replacement with healthy, hardier and better spaced new shrubs.  We will phase this in.  The cost of the overall project will determine how many phases.  We will focus on the core complex [...]

By |2019-10-02T13:20:25-05:00October 2nd, 2019|News|0 Comments

Important HOA updates and Events

The first-ever Doggie Pool Party event went exceptionally well and fun was had by many canine Creekers and their families.  Thank you all so much! So we have an announcement: We have decided to make this an annual event based on its success!  Thank you to all who participated and were kind and cooperative. So much fun! Some newer homeowners have written to the Board asking for the background on the grass question and how & why it was decided to keep fescue as the grass type for single-family homes. Here is a document that explains the process and the decision criteria and includes everything we learned from the turf scientist from NC State: KC Grass Decision We are entering our busiest time on the KC Social calendar and the event leaders need volunteers for the Family Fall Festival & Fun Run and our Diwali celebration.  See the full events calendar here:  (Note all events are clickable and will take you to see further information about that event)  If you registered for the Fun Run and have not yet paid, please do so ASAP! Our National Night Out event, in cooperation with the Morrisville Police Department, will be on Tuesday, October 1st from 7 to 8 PM at the Playground and there will be games plus ice cream sandwiches compliments of the HOA.  Come and meet some of the first responders who help keep Kitts Creek safe and enjoy some time with neighbors. One calendar change:  The HOA Board meeting for October is 2 days earlier than usual due to some scheduling issues:  Tuesday, October 8th, 7 PM. Have a great week! Kitts Creek Board of Directors

By |2019-09-26T08:33:11-05:00September 26th, 2019|News|0 Comments

HOA Office closed during Storm

September 5th - The HOA office will be closing at 2 PM today, September 5 due to Hurricane Dorian. Voicemails and emails will be checked periodically throughout the day however if you have an emergency please contact the CAS on call manager at 910-295-3791. The fitness center will remain open at your own risk. Please use caution in the parking lot and on the sidewalks. Stay safe during the storm.

By |2019-09-05T13:38:17-05:00September 5th, 2019|Announcements|0 Comments

Landscaping Committee August Newsletter

The Kitts Creek Landscaping Committee will begin meeting at the clubhouse at the first Tuesday of every month at 5 pm. If you have ideas or questions, please feel free to stop by. We may not have the answer, but we can point you in the right direction. Attached is the August issue of The Landscaping Committee's newsletter to the neighborhood! KC Landscaping Newsletter

By |2019-08-22T06:15:32-05:00August 22nd, 2019|News|0 Comments