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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 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 hoa@turnerdownsnc.comor regular mail -- 2105 Pagan Road, Raleigh NC 27603

Board Members (June 2021)

President -- Travis Park
Vice Pres. -- Jonathan Wall
Treasurer -- Trish Patten
Secretary -- Aprille Loflin
Turner Downs HOA
2105 Pagan Rd
Raleigh NC 27603


TEMPORARY ADJUSTMENT OF POOL RULES due to COVID-19 and Executive Order 141
In support of/accordance with Gov. Cooper's Executive Order 141 and Wake County Guidelines, and on the advisement of the Pool Management company, we have enacted modifications (which we hope are temporary) to the pool rules for the 2020 Summer Season.  Briefly, they are:

  • Reduced capacity - please see signage posted at the pool.  Please also be aware of how many people are in the pool, and if you have been there a while, consider making space for your neighbors who would like to enjoy it as well.  For now, we will not be enacting a sign-up process; we will rely on the honor system and the good will and respect of our community members.
  • No Guests on Weekends - we have enacted this restriction to prioritize use of the pool by members and their immediate families.
  • No one under 18 without an adult - because of the reduced capacity requirement, and no guest restriction on weekends (peak use time), we are temporarily requiring that kids under 18 be accompanied by an adult.
There is one other change to the pool rules which is NOT temporary, it is a permanent change to the actions the Board will take when glass is brought to the pool area.  The revised violation response is as follows, effective June 9th 2020 (start of day):
  • Anyone seen with glass containers will IMMEDIATELY be given a $500 fine and their pool access revoked until the fine is paid. 
  • Second offense will incur a $2,000 fine, and pool access revoked for the remainder of the season. 
  • Third offense will incur a $5,000 fine and permanent revocation of pool access.   
Note that these fines are on top of any cleanup costs associated with broken glass, which will be subrogated directly to the homeowner (including those who bring guests who brought glass - so please, make sure your guests know that there's a serious no-tolerance attitude toward glass at the facility). 


In April of 2019, the HOA Board voted unanimously to update the Dues Process by changing the Due Date of all annual dues.  In prior years, the annual dues of $378 had been due no later than March 31st, with an accruing late fee of $20 per month added to the amount due beginning April 1.  Effective Calendar Year 2020, HOA Dues are now due no later than February 28th (invoices will still be sent in January of each Calendar Year); any dues not received by Feb. 28th will begin to incur the 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." 




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