HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION

 
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Summer seems to have already arrived with very little notice. If you haven't already, you need to be getting your lawns ready for the, even warmer, upcoming months. Remember any new projects need to be submitted to and approved by the Architectural Design Committee.

If you maintain your own yards please make sure your equipment is in working and safe order.

Mow your lawns (fescue) or have your service mow at a height of 3.5 to 4 inches and mow frequently when the temperatures are at the warmest.  This will avoid scalping and help keep moisture in the soil.  Too short and hot temps are perfect conditions for burnout and abundant weed growth.

Water only 2-3 days a week (depending on Mother Nature) but water each zone for longer periods.  This allows strong roots to grow and will allow the moisture to  sink deep down.

Your yard is about lawns and landscape beds.  Weed control is a consistent irritant but is equally import for staying within compliance with the HOA covenants. Refreshing mulch is a great way to help retain moisture and limit weeds in your beds and around trees.

Make sure your sprinkler system is in good working order.

Please be considerate of your neighbors...keep your lawns and landscape well maintained and weed free.  Such details keep every neighbors' property values up.

K-State University Extension is an excellent resource if you have questions. www.sedgwick.k-state.edu/ 

Consider hiring a professional if you are unfamiliar with the project you are considering.

ABOUT
OUR
ASSOCIATION

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!

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.

2022 Yard Of the Month 

 

Next  

Yard Of The Month

will be 

June, 2022

Please vote by

 May 31, 2022

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May 2022

Yard Of The Month

Kim and Mark Tregellas are our newest neighbors to be voted for Yard Of The Month. These neighbors are tucked in the bend at 6621 E. Summerside Pl.  They have a lovely pale yellow home and a beautiful yard. If you have time, take a trip by their home or better yet-congratulate them for working so hard to add so much to our development.

Be sure and re-visit this site in late May, 2022 to vote for the next homeowner you feel deserves this recognition.

Central Park Bel Aire Kansas Yard of the

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS 

Board Members

REMINDERS

  1. Sump pump extension hoses must be positioned for water to flow to the rear of the home only.

  2. Please pick up after your pets when they are outside of your yard.

  3. Please keep all vehicles locked - especially when parked outside of your garage!  Remember to remove all valuables, including firearms, cash and personal belongings.

  4. 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!

  5. Please remember that outside Christmas lights must be removed by February 1st, 2022

  6. HOA requires homeowners to follow the Architectural Design Guidelines for all exterior home and landscape projects.

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Paula Lamprecht

President

Terms: 2019-2022

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Edgar Salazar

Member at Large

Terms: 2021-2023

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Nancy Todhunter

Member at Large

Terms: 2021-2023

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Eryn
Hughes

Member at Large

Terms: 2022-2024

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Jarrod
Kieffer

Secretary

Terms: 2022-2024

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