Board News
Login | Register
About Us
Board News
Contact Us
House Closings
Meeting Minutes
Message Board
Services & Assistance
Sites of Interest
Resident Directory

Turner Downs HOA Mission Statement 

The HOA Board is charged with managing and administering the operations of Turner Downs in a cost-effective manner to assure that the subdivision presents a neat, well-maintained appearance, and one that provides a safe environment for its residents. The Board is to review and resolve issues in a fair manner, referring to the “Protective Covenants” for the basis for its decisions, while exercising flexibility as standard practices, technology, and social norms may change. The Board is to exercise good judgment and provide proper balance so that home values will be preserved and residents can enjoy their homes and the neighborhood without infringing on the rights of their neighbors.     

HOA Board

The Turner Downs Homeowners Association board consists of a President, Vice-President, Treasurer, and Secretary. The Board members are neighborhood residents elected by the homeowners, who along with the help of the community, work to maintain the beauty and safety of our environment and create a true neighborhood atmosphere. To contact the Board use the "Contact Us" link, e-mail, or regular mail -- 2105 Pagan Road, Raleigh, NC 27603

Board Members (2022)

President -- Travis Park
Vice Pres. -- Jonathan Wall
Treasurer -- Alissa Howell
Secretary -- Allison Abell
Turner Downs HOA
2105 Pagan Rd
Raleigh NC 27603

HOA DUES: PROCESS UPDATE. HOA Dues are due on or before February 28 (invoices will be sent in January of each Calendar Year); any dues not received by February 28 will begin to incur the monthly late fee of $20, which will accrue each month dues remain delinquent. Pool access rights will be revoked until dues and all applicable fees or penalties have been remitted.

HOA Legislation - House Bill 278 - Voluntary Prelitigation Mediation -

Effective July 1, 2013

"Pursuant to N.C.G.S. (TA-38.3F), members are notified that they may initiate mediation to try to resolve a dispute with the association. The Association, at its sole discretion, may agree to mediate the dispute or not. If the dispute is mediated, the costs of such mediation shall be shared mutually by both parties. Please be aware that no issue related solely to a member's failure to timely pay an association assessment or any fines or fees associated with the levying or collection of an association assessment may be mediated pursuant to this provision." 




© Copyright 2022 Turner Downs HOA | Community Website by HOA Sites | Terms of Use | Admin