The Wingate Village Townhome community is governed by a homeowner’s association, which consist of volunteer homeowners who live within our community and a managing agent. Officers of the board have a primary duty to preserve the integrity of our assets and maintain community appearance. This is facilitated through our governing documents. As a homeowner, you are obligated to abide by our governing documents which include our Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions and Rules and Regulations (CC&Rs). The CC&Rs provide legal structure about how our homeowners association operates along with a high-level viewpoint concerning what is permissible by homeowners. Our Rules and Regulations provide specific details about what is permissible or restricted within our Association. Please take a moment and read through our community documents so that you may understand how the Wingate Village Townhomes Association operates and what is allowable by our members.
Advanced Community Services (ACS) is our contracted property management company and our managing agent. You may contact ACS with inquiries, questions, or any concerns about our community. Advance Community Service is equipped to answer any question you have, whether it is regarding your account, services, community property, complaints, violations, dues, or for any other question concerning your membership within our community. You may contact ACS by telephone at 801.641.1844 or toll-free at 1-877-844-4227 or online at help.wingatetownhomes.com.
As a new homeowner, you may already have some ideas on how to improve your property. We love to see homeowners improve their property. Our Association has an Architectural Review Committee designed to maintain the quality and appearance of our neighborhood. Its function is to evaluate plans for exterior landscaping, fixtures, building exteriors, repairs and remodeling (such as decks, fences, tress, and bushes,) to ensure compliance will all Covenants and Bylaws. All modifications of the exterior of your property must be submitted to the Architectural Committee for approval before any work begins. If work is initiated before prior approval, you may be cited and may be required to alter or remove the changes.
So, what’s next? Register on our agent's website, get familiar with the documents section, then join us for a monthly community meeting.
The Board of Directors, Wingate Village Townhomes HOA