Avalon East Community Association
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  • chevron_rightCan anyone attend Board Meetings?
    Board meetings are accessible to all unit owners of the Avalon East Homeowners Association. However, meetings may be closed to the public if they involve legal or financial matters pertaining to specific unit owners or other sensitive business matters. Members will receive notification via the website if meetings are closed. Minutes of meetings are regularly uploaded to the website for reference.
  • chevron_rightCan I pay my bill online?
    To proceed, you need to register your account with our property management company. Upon completion of the registration process, you'll gain access to various payment options including online payments, recurring payments, ACH transfers, as well as credit and debit card transactions for your bi-annual assessments, and fobs.
  • chevron_rightDo I need permission to make changes to the exterior of my property?
    It's advisable to reach out to your specific community HOA (Courtyards, Avalon 6 Condo, Avalon 5 Townhome) to inquire about the necessary requirements for making exterior improvements to your property. This encompasses various aspects such as planters, windows, door paint, and landscaping, among others.
  • chevron_rightDoes the Avalon East COA manage the courtyard, Avalon 5 Townhomes, Avalon 6 condo and estate properties?
    No. The courtyards, Avalon 5 townhomes, and Avalon 6 condo properties operate as distinct associations, each governed separately and maintained by their respective community property management companies.
  • chevron_rightHow can I pay my Avalon East Community Association fees?
    You have multiple avenues for fee payment: You can opt to mail a check, utilize online payment services like debit or credit cards, ACH transfers, or set up direct debit via bank transfer. For detailed inquiries regarding your payment options, please reach out to the property management company. 
  • chevron_rightHow do I get a fob key?
    Fobs grant unit owners access to various community amenities including the pool, fitness room, sports courts, and Clubhouse (Barn). To obtain fob keys, please reach out to the management company or email avaloneastcoa@gmail.com.
  • chevron_rightHow do I get access to the website?
    To obtain your log-in credentials, please submit your request to either the AECOA Board of Directors (avaloneastcoa@gmail.com) or property management company. If you are an authorized user, your information will be sent to you via email.
  • chevron_rightHow do I rent the Clubhouse (Barn) for events?
    Not available for rental . 
  • chevron_rightHow do I request a resale package? How many resale packages do I need?
    Request Resale Packages, Payoff Requests, Lender Questionnaires and other association documents from https://www.homewisedocs.com/ or reach out to the property management company. 
    Note: You will need two resale packages, one from your HOA and one from the COA. 
  • chevron_rightHow do I reserve a tennis or pickleball court (sports courts) ?
    Unit owners must contact the property management company.
  • chevron_rightI just moved in, where is my mailbox and where do I get my mailbox key?
    Request your realtor to contact the seller's realtor for inquiries with the seller. Alternatively, you can reach out to the Post Office for assistance.
  • chevron_rightI just settled on my property and will be moving in, where should the moving truck park?
    Welcome to the community! Upon arrival, we kindly request that your moving company promptly unloads the moving truck and relocates it from the main driveways once the unloading is complete.
    If needed, the Clubhouse is available for parking if you are not returning the moving truck immediately.
    Please note that the Clubhouse (Barn) parking lot should not be used for overnight parking or vehicle storage of any kind.
    While we extend a warm welcome to you, we also reserve the right to maintain unobstructed driveways and ensure minimal inconvenience to current homeowners when entering or leaving the community.
    Please be advised that unit owners are responsible for familiarizing themselves with the rules, regulations, and bylaws of their specific HOA.
  • chevron_rightIs recycling available?
    Recycling is both available and encouraged. County pickup occurs every Thursday morning, excluding holidays. Please use approved containers and place recyclables outside the evening before, starting at 6 pm ET or later. For further details regarding acceptable containers and recyclable materials, please visit the Baltimore County Department of Public Works.
  • chevron_rightIs there a fee for the pool?
    There is no charge for unit owners other than their semi-annual assessment. Unit owners can invite up to 2 guests free of charge on weekends and 4 guests on weekdays per household.
  • chevron_rightWhen is trash collected?
    Garbage is picked up every Wednesday morning, except on holidays. Please adhere to the guidelines specified for your particular area regarding the positioning and removal of containers. Ensure that both trash and recyclables are placed outside the evening before, starting at 6 pm ET or later.
    Note: Trash bags should only be placed outside if they are contained within a trash can.
  • chevron_rightWhere can I walk my pet?
    Pets should only be walked in the common areas and not on the individual lawns of Avalon Courtyards, Avalon Estates, Avalon 5 Townhomes, or on the patios of the Avalon 6 Condos. Owners must keep their animals leashed and remove any waste deposited by their pets on public walkways, the park, recreational areas, or private property. Please utilize the Avalon Park located next to the Sports Courts.
    Please note: It is required by law to clean up after your pet when walking them in the common areas. Failure to comply may result in a $50 fine per occurrence while on Avalon East property, including private lawns. Remember to practice courtesy, as it is greatly appreciated.
  • chevron_rightWhere do I park? Where do my guests or contractors park?
    Unit owners should park                                       
    • Garage
    • Parking pad (Driveway) (Note : Condo owners should not park in front of a garage unless an exception was granted)
    • Overflow area
    • Barn parking lot
    Guests should park
    • Overflow area
    • Barn parking lot
    Do not park in front of, near, on or block
    • Fire Hydrants
    • No Parking signs
    • No Stopping signs
    • Stop signs
    • Fire lane signs
    • Driveways
    • Main driveway
    • Grass
    • Sidewalks
    Note: Unit Owners are responsible to check with their specific HOA for the understanding of rules & regulations and bylaws. 
  • chevron_rightWho do I contact if I have a maintenance problem?
    Please ascertain whether the issue falls under your responsibility as a unit owners or if it is the responsibility of your association. If it is the association's responsibility, please reach out to your property manager.