Governing Documents


As a community managed by a Home Owners Association (HOA),   property owner understanding andcompliance with its governing documents is vital to maintaining property values and well maintained common area properties.

Our Association operates in accordance with two primary State laws:

North Carolina Planned Community Act, Chapter 47F   Chapter 47F, NC Planned Community Act

North Carolina Nonprofit Corporation Act, Chapter 55A  Chapter 55A

The two most important documents are  the Bylaws and Declaration of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, also referred to as the “Covenants” or “CC&R.”

  • Our Bylaws were revised on December 9, 2014.   Bylaws, Dec 9, 2014
  • The  CC&R is outdated and does not reflect the turnover of control reached in 2014 from the Developer.  The CC&R is under review for changes.

On December 23, 2013 the Declarant officially turned over control of the Association to the Owners in Black Rock and terminated Class B and C membership.  The turnover was recorded on January 9, 2014 and is provided below.