• chevron_rightWho is our landscaping team?
    Nexton Residential Association has contracted BrightView for all landscaping services throughout the community. 
    In 2014, Brickman and ValleyCrest combined to form BrightView, uniting under the shared belief that caring for team members and clients should always be at the heart of what they do. Through consistent excellence, proactive service, and a steady client focus, BrightView is delivering brighter futures—every day, everywhere, and with everyone.
    For more information on BrightView, head over to their website.
  • chevron_rightWho is the POA and what is their role?
    The Property Owners Association (POA) is a legal entity created by a developer for the purpose of managing a community of homes. It is given the authority to enforce the covenants, conditions & restrictions (CC&Rs) and to manage the common amenities of the development. POAs are generally put into place to protect property values and to be a resource for the community. 
    When you purchase a home in Nexton, your membership is automatic and mandatory. 
  • chevron_rightWho are your Board of Directors and what is their role?
    The Board of Directors is currently controlled by the Developer, Newland. The Board of Directors' role is to preserve, protect, and enhance the value of the property by utilizing fiduciary responsibility, provide direction to the POA, and represent the community through the setting of policies. 
    Homeowner Board Members will be added as the community grows, in accordance with the Governing Documents. 
  • chevron_rightWhat is my assessment and how do I pay?
    Homeowner associations can compel homeowners to pay a share of common expenses. Assessments are sent out to homeowners on January 1st and July 1st, and can be paid online, in person at the POA office, or by mail. 
  • chevron_rightI live in a townhome, what does my monthly regime fee cover?
    Townhome monthly regime fees cover regular mowing and landscaping, insurance on the exterior part of the townhome, and some exterior maintenance. 
  • chevron_rightI live in a New Leaf home, what does my monthly regime fee cover?
    New Leaf monthly regime fees cover the landscaping maintenance in front of the home. 
  • chevron_rightHow do I receive my amenity card?
    Please fill out the homeowner registration form. Once completed, email your form to poa@livenexton.com 
    Please note that amenity cards can not be distributed until you have closed on your home. 
  • chevron_rightWhat is the community standards process?
    The Association conducts inspections 3 times per week. During those inspections, homes that are not in compliance will be noted, and then sent communication regarding the violation. Violations typically begin with a courtesy notice, and then may be escalated from there. 
  • chevron_rightDo I need to apply for modifications that are in my enclosed backyard?
    Yes! All exterior modifications must go through the design review process, even if they are taking place in an enclosed yard. The only item that does not need prior approval is switching pine straw to mulch (mulch must be double-shredded hardwood mulch in black, brown, or natural color.) Design review applications can be found under the design review tab on the home page. If you have questions about applications or general design review questions, please email designreview@livenexton.com
    Common Design Review Items: 
    - fences
    - new landscaping 
    - removing landscaping 
    - lighting 
    - edging
    - pool or hot tub
    - installing 
    - children's play equipment 
    - front door/ shutter/ porch ceiling color change 
  • chevron_rightWhat is the difference between a Board Meeting, Developer Update, Town Hall & Annual Meeting?
    Town Halls- This year, these have taken place on Zoom. We love Town Halls because it has allowed us to put face to names, and acts as an open forum where you can ask anything! We don't always have all the answers, but we can reach out to the parties that do. These are hosted by the Association staff.
    Developer Updates- Developer updates are the perfect time to find out what's coming to Nexton. This is when you'd ask the questions about new businesses opening, new amenities in the works, and the overall plan for Nexton. These are hosted by Nexton's Developer, Newland.
    Board Meetings- Board Meetings are held quarterly and act as a business meeting where we close out old business and address any new business. Residents have the opportunity to speak on any agenda items at the beginning of the meeting, and at the end of the meeting there is a short period of time for an open forum. You can check out our latest Board Meeting agenda to get a better idea of what takes place. These meetings are hosted by the Association and Board of Directors. The Board of Directors is currently Developer-controlled.
    Annual Meetings- Annual Meetings are a celebration of everything that's happened in Nexton that year! We normally pick a fun theme, encourage you to dress for that theme, provide refreshments, and have some kind of giveaway! There is also allotted time at the end of the meeting for an open forum. 
  • chevron_rightHow can I contact my local providers and municipalities?
  • chevron_rightHow can I get a copy of the Association documents?
    All Association documents can be found under the "Resources" tab. 
  • chevron_rightWho should I contact if I lost my mailbox key?
    If you lost your mailbox key, you can first reach out to the Association to see if anyone has turned it into our lost in found. 
    Otherwise, you will need to contact the local post office to have your mailbox re-keyed.