SouthCreek Homeowners’ Association Inc. was founded in 1990. This quaint, 140-home neighborhood, located on the south side of Indianapolis, IN, has an active neighborhood association with many long-term residents. SouthCreek is a great place to live and raise a family. It won’t take you long to understand why our slogan is “There is no place like home, and there is no better place than SouthCreek to call home.”
The SouthCreek Board of Directors has created this site to provide and store information related to the SouthCreek Homeowners’ Association. All members of the Board and related committees are volunteers supporting the SouthCreek Homeowners’ Association Inc. as outlined in the Covenants, which were provided to each homeowner at closing.
How does a realtor or closing agent obtain a letter outlining the dues payment status of a selling homeowner?
Go to our Realtors and Closing Agents page and then complete the provided form. The information on the form will be delivered to the Treasurer, and they will email a letter to the requestor within a few days.
As a current homeowner, how do I access to the Members Only section?
Go to our Member Registration page and complete the provided form. After validating that you are a current resident of SouthCreek, the webmaster will add the resident to the secured user list and email the logon instructions to the resident. Since we are a volunteer board, the process might take a few days.
How much are the annual dues?
Although subject to change in the future, the most recent dues were $250 per lot.
What are the annual dues assessments used to pay?
The annual dues assessments primarily cover the costs of neighborhood street lights, common area maintenance (ponds, lawns and landscaping), snow removal, insurance, administrative costs, etc. Since our all-volunteer board performs administrative functions at no cost to the homeowners’ association, administrative costs are normally very minor and include such items as postage, office supplies (envelopes, paper stock, etc.), this website, etc.
What period is covered by the annual dues?
The annual dues cover the calendar year from January 1 through December 31.
What is the due date for the annual dues assessment?
The annual assessment is billed in December for the following calendar year. The dues are to be paid between January 1 and January 31. Any homeowner who has not paid their annual dues by January 31 (based on postmark, if no postmark based on when actually received) are assessed a 10% late fee on February 1.