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Memorial Thicket Homeowners Association

Business of Memorial Thicket is conducted by MTHA in accordance with the Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (DCCR), its Articles of Incorporation, its By-Laws and through its elected, volunteer directors. Directors are elected for three-year terms at the Annual Meeting of Homeowners held the first Monday in December.

The MTHA's objectives are to enhance homeowners' property values, to maintain the attractiveness of our neighborhood, and to promote a safe and secure community for our residents. MTHA accomplishes its objectives by providing Security Officers for the neighborhood, landscaping and beautification of common areas, and enforcement of restrictions of property use, construction and architectural guidelines as set forth in the DCCR for Memorial Thicket. We strive to make MT not just a place of residence, but a sense of place.

The MTHA By-Laws and DCCRs can be viewed in the Resident's Information Guide.

Annual Assessment: Each Building Unit is assessed in December for services provided by the MTHA for the next calendar year. Assessments are due January 1 and late fees for past due assessments begin accruing on February 1.


Services include:

  • 24-hour security services throughout MT

  • Residential alarm monitoring

  • Trash pick-up

  • Landscaping/maintenance of common areas

  • Capital replacements and improvements

  • Approval of plans for buildings, improvements or exterior alterations

  • Resolution of Deed Restriction violations

  • Neighborhood Watch

  • Administration of business affairs of MTHA

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