Next HOA Meeting
Thursday, April 13th, 2023 - 7:00 P.M.
Lawn and Landscape Moving Into Spring
2023 and Spring are here in Central Park. It is important to get lawns ready.
*Putting down preemergence for crabgrass and broadleaf weeds is important in early Spring.
*Making sure all lawn equipment is in good working order and safe to use. Make sure mower blades are sharpened.
*Set a water schedule. Fescue should get 1-1 1/2 inches of water per week.
*Establish a regular mowing schedule. Fescue can be mowed at 3" during early Spring but should be raised to 4" during the heat of Summer.
Find lawn and landscape tips at www.k-state.edu/turf/resources/homeowners/index.html
As per Central Park Architectural Design Guidelines.
Homeowners are responsible to keeep mulched and rock beds full, maintained, and free of weeds and grass.
Homeowners are responsible for the maintenance and up-keep of all grass areas surrounding the home. This includes but is not limited to mowing, watering, fertilization, and weed control. Homeowners must keep their yards mowed and fence line trimmed at a height not to exceed 5".
*Find all ADC Guidelines within Public Documents
Welcome to Central Park!
Bel Aire Central Park Homeowners Association is one of several HOAs within a development known as Central Park in Bel Aire, Kansas. The Central Park HOA includes two sections - known as The Park and The Village. Both sections are covenant communities and together, consist of 144 lots. Many of the homes are built around a distinctive alley system that allows garages and parking to be accessed from the back of the homes.
Our association is known for its diverse and unique home styles - everything from Craftsman to Bungalows to Modern Farmhouse to Traditional. The people who live here are synonymous with the homes - friendly, inviting, warm and full of charm and character! We have families, young couples, retired couples, and singles who all live as neighbors in one of the most beautiful areas in Bel Aire.
We're so glad you're here!
Central Park Architectural Design Guidelines
Mailbox and Post design (effective 9/2022)
All mailboxes and mailbox posts shall comply with the Central Park HOA Architectural Design Guidelines and must be approved by the ADC prior to installation. All mailboxes and posts must comply to USPS requirements.
The Salisbury Classic Mailbox Post #4890Blk is discontinued and no longer in production. This is the style the City of Bel Aire, as developer, chose for The Park and The Village originally.
Central Park HOA is currently setting parameters for mailbox posts and mailboxes should they need to be replaced.
Neighbors who currently share post must continue to share.
*Posts and Mailboxes must be Black
*Posts and Mailboxes must be made of metal
*Mailbox openings must be 41”-45” from the road surface
*Neighbors who share a post are equally responsible for choice of style and must choose identical mailbox styles
*Neighbors who share a post are equally responsible for replacement costs unless only one neighbor is responsible for damage and/or destruction.
*If a new selected post is not a surface mount (as the original post) the homeowner/s are responsible to securely anchor the new post on/in the existing concrete pad. Homeowners may choose to remove the existing pad and securely mount the post in the original spot. This must look like or be professionally installed and aesthetically pleasing.
If a new selected post is not compatible with the Salsbury Industries Heavy Duty Rural Mailbox…Black…#4850 (the original mailbox style) new mailboxes must be purchase along with the new post.
*Each homeowner is responsible for the maintenance of their respective post and/or mailbox. Mailboxes on a shared post require both homeowners to share maintenance responsibility equally as per the CP HOA covenants. Homeowners are expected to keep mailboxes and posts in good working condition as well as sealed and painted as the original paint fades and deteriorates.
USPS.com states “position your mailbox 41”-45” from the road surface to the bottom of the mailbox front. Place your mailbox 6”-8” back from the curb”.
Locking mailboxes are not restricted in Central Park, however, it is recommended to speak to your carrier before deciding to switch to a locking mailbox. Mail carriers are not allowed to carry keys. Locking mailboxes must be the specific Salsbury Rural Mailbox.
Please contact the HOA at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or clarifications
Did you know?
Central Park is a Covenant Community though not all sections of Central Park are governed by the same set of Conditions, Covenants & Restrictions (CC&Rs). Central Park HOA includes The Park and The Village sections. Please refer to the documents tab on this website to find all current CC&Rs, guidelines, and agreements.
When planning exterior home and landscape projects, new and maintenance, homeowners must first submit specifications to the Architectural Design Committee for approval. All information regarding necessary approval is on this website.
ALL homeowners living within The Park and The Village HOA are required to maintain their homes and property in accordance with the CC&Rs. Homeowners found to not be in compliance will be notified and given the opportunity to resolve the issue before further action is taken.
No Christmas lights or decorations shall be installed or hung before November 1st and lit before Thanksgiving Day. No Christmas lights shall remain lit after January 15th. All Christmas lights and decorations must be removed by March 1st.
HOA requires homeowners to follow the Architectural Design Guidelines for all exterior home and
Contact the ADC at email@example.com
Sump pump extension hoses must be positioned for water flow to the rear of the home ONLY.
Please pick up after your pets when they are outside of your yard.
Please keep all vehicles locked - especially when parked outside of your garage! Remember to remove all valuables, including firearms, cash and personal belongings.
The speed limits in the alleys are 15 MPH. Please slow down and watch out for your fellow neighbors. Alleys are not meant to be used in place of through streets!
Please watch for children at play.
Last 2022 Yard Of the Month
Yard Of The Month
will be for
Please vote by
April 30th, 2023
Yard Of The Month
The last Yard Of The Month for 2022 has been awarded to Craig and Cheryl Morgan. Their lovely home sits at the corner of Remington and Central Park Ave. (5162 N. Remington).
Since living in this home they have made many additions to their outdoor space and landscape.
Please take an opportunity to look for the sign in their lawn and check out all their accomplishments.
Many homeowners take such pride in their homes, landscapes, and lawns and this home proves that.
Be sure to cast your vote next Spring
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