Welcome to Fountain Hills!

next_board_meetingDue to the COVID-19 pandemic, the March 4, 2021 Board of Directors meeting will be held online using GoToMeeting at 7:30pm. Please join the meeting from your computer, tablet, or smartphone. You can also dial in using your phone at 646-749-3122 and using the access code 630-855-397. New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when the meeting starts.

March Meeting Agenda

Upcoming Committee Meetings

Would you like to know more about the various committees in Fountain Hills? You are invited to attend any of these upcoming meetings. Upcoming dates and times are available on the Committees page.

Please contact Community Manager, Delphine Matthews, via email at dmatthews@ikocommunitymanagement.com or 301-924-4050 with community questions/concerns. You can also contact your Community Services Coordinator, Marcy Grove at mgrove@ikocommunitymanagement.com, or call 301-966-7916.

Survey of Common Area Sidewalks Scheduled

Please note that you will see green dots on sidewalks throughout the HOA-maintained sections of the community. The purpose is to identify a scope of work for concrete replacement. The Board is planning to address concrete/sidewalk issues later in the year when the weather is warmer, but the areas most in need of replacement are being identified now.

Tree Removal and Pruning Project

Information about the proposed tree and shrub care plan throughout Fountain Hills submitted by Bartlett Tree Service, dated December 3, 2020, is available for download here.

Homeowner Property Maintenance

Remember, homeowners must keep their property and any improvements in good order and repair and free of debris. No items are to be stored in front of the house, lawns/shrubs are to be cut as needed, bikes and toys are to be stored out of view when not in use. The Enforcement Committee will be inspecting properties and notices will be sent for any violations.

Rodent Control

There is an issue with rats in the community that will require assistance from residents to eradicate. It is important that everyone ensure there are not food sources outside their homes for rats. Trash should not be placed outside in plastic bags, pet food bowls should not be left outside, and any clutter should be removed from outside your homes. Additionally, residents should never place food out for stray animals as it attracts rats. Go to this website for more information about preventing rats.

Trash and Recycling

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All materials prepared for collection must not be set out earlier than 5:00pm the day before your collection day. Recycling containers must be removed from the collection location no later than 5:00pm the day after. County collection regulations require that all materials prepared for collections must be at curbside no later than 7:00am on your designated trash and/or recycling day. Please also be aware that trash and recycling containers are not to be stored outside on non-collection days, nor are they allowed to be stored on common area property. For more information, please download our Community Trash and Recycling Procedures.

Bulk Trash Notice for Residents Served by Potomac Disposal

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If your regular trash service provider is Potomac Disposal and you need to dispose of a variety of bulk items, visit the Potomac Disposal website for more details and to schedule a pickup.

Important COVID-19 Information

Your IKO Team remains committed to serving the needs of our communities. Beyond providing professional property management to our client communities, IKO takes the personal health and safety of our team members and community residents seriously.

As the news continues to evolve about the coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact, we believe precautionary measures are important. We continue to monitor the recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) as well as government officials regarding these issues. In response to these recommendations, IKO has implemented the following actions and is sharing information to assist and mitigate transmission of COVID-19 … read more.

EV Charging Station

The Fountain Hills Community is now home to an electric vehicle (EV) charging station located at 18701 Club Plaza Drive. Look for the EV Charging Station in the Condominium parking area below the Fountain Hills Pool. The FHC-ChargePoint EV Charging Station is operated by the Fountain Hills Condominium. The Condominium has opened membership for use of the EV Charging Station to all residents of the Fountain Hills Community. Membership is free and Fountain Hills Community members pay only a small fee based on the electricity they consume. Please send your completed EV Membership Application to fountainhillscondominium@gmail.com to enroll.

MC311 – Answering to You

MC311 Customer Service Center is Montgomery County’s source for non-emergency government information and services. You can reach MC311 by calling 311 in the County or 240-777-0311, 711 for MD Relay TTY, from anywhere, Monday – Friday 7:00am – 7:00pm … read more

Policy Resolution for Parking and Storage of Vehicles

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The Board has approved a Policy Resolution for Parking and Storage of Vehicles which will govern all HOA maintained parking spaces in the community. All residents are encouraged to read this policy and report any violations to IKO Community Management. For safety reasons, please do not park on the sidewalks as this blocks the sidewalks and forces residents to walk on the street. In addition, please obey all “No Parking” and “Fire Lane” signs. We have active towing throughout the community and vehicles will be towed. Play it safe and park properly!

Speeding in the Community

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County law specifies a speed limit of 20 mph on private roads without posted speed limit signs. Help keep our community safe and please obey all stop signs and the community’s 20 mph speed limit.