Frequently Asked Questions

What exactly is a homeowners association?

Homeowners associations (HOAs) are organizations that deal with the upkeep of a neighborhood’s common areas and establish community standards of acceptable behavior. While they all have the same goal, the level of activity and other characteristics of HOAs vary depending on state and local laws and traditions.

Who Is in Charge of a Homeowners Association?

A homeowners association is governed by a board of directors elected by the homeowners. The board is usually made up of fellow homeowners who are interested in keeping the neighborhood healthy.

What are the Oaktree HOA Pet Policies?

  • All pet owners must adhere to Gwinnett County Animal Ordinances.
  • Each pet owner is responsible for promptly cleaning up after their pets.
  • Pet owners must leash all pets.
  • Your pets must not become a nuisance, loud or vicious.
  • Do not feed stray or unleashed animals.
  • Report all stray and unleashed animals to Gwinnett County Animal Services.

What is my responsibility as a homeowner?

All homeowners should take responsibility for preserving property values and ensuring a quality of life for all residents. As a member of your community association, your legal obligations include adhering to the governing documents, rules and regulations, architectural guidelines, policies and procedures, and paying the monthly assessment required to run the community association.