FAQ
If you have other questions please use the Contact Us link in the navigation bar, and select Webmaster, or other category.

 
  • How do I know if there is new content on the website?
    On the Home page in the bottom right is a box with a link to "What's New on the Site"
  • How do I learn about meetings and other announcements?
    In future releases of the website we will be adding a message board, as well as upcoming events.
    Also, you will be able to subscribe to notifications, if you register as a user in the upper right of the screen.
    You will also be able to unsubscribe.
    We believe that this capability will be a significant aid to communications in our Community.

Architectural Guidelines
  • How do I decide if I need to complete an architectural change form?
    The application form for Architectural Modification is available on this website under Governance / Forms.
    The form provides instructions on categories where a form is required, and if you need neighbor signatures.
     
    Also, the Architectural Office in the Community Center is open in the mornings on Monday to Thursday, where you can get advice.

Membership
  • How do I register for access to password protected content?
    In the top right of the screen click on the Register link.
    You will be asked to add some profile information and your email address.
     
    In future releases of the website we will be posting material that is only available to registered users.
  • Privacy - what happens to my contact details when I sign up?
    Your contact information is never shared with any outside organization for marketing purposes.
    By signing up you will be able to access pages on the website that are only available to registered users.

New Resident
  • I am new to the community, how do I get access to the Community Center?
    Please visit the office during business hours.
  • Why do I need to show proof of age?
    Seven Oaks Community is a registered 55+ community, as such we are required to collect and provide proof that our residents comply with the age requirements.
     
    The federal guide that all adult communities should have and follow is the Federal Register Part IV, HUD 24 CFR Part 100, April 2, 1999 and can be downloaded at: http://www.hud.gov/offices/fheo/library/hopa_final.pdf.
     
    It requires that the board must conduct a census. It requires that all homes must have one person 55 years or older complete an affidavit and show proof of age. This affidavit must be retained as official records by the association. 
     
    If the records are not maintained, then the community will lose their 55+ rights and may be required to pay a fine.