chevron_rightHow does the homeowner’s association fund the expenses of the community?
The only source of income for the homeowner’s association is the annual homeowner’s association fee
that is due from each homeowner, therefore it is important that every homeowner pay their fee when it is
due. The annual fee is set the preceding year by the board of directors for the community when the budget
for the next year is adopted. Statements for the annual fee are sent in December to each homeowner. The
fee is due January 1. Late fees are assessed after January 31.
chevron_rightIs there anything that can be done about cars parked on the sides of the street?
As a matter of policy, the Board of Directors asks all residents to refrain from parking vehicles along the
sides of streets, particularly, in situations where doing so can cause obstructions in the view of the road such
as parking in bends in roads or parking too close to corners. Vehicles parked on the street obstruct the view
of our neighbors when they are backing out of their driveways and create a hazard when small children are
at play. Roadside parking should be reserved for guests, service vehicles, or special occasions. Residents
are reminded that Association covenants call for each residence to have at a minimum a two-car garage and
driveway space for a minimum of at least two other vehicles. The parking of boats, trailers, RV’s, and
oversized vehicles (including heavy pickups) on the street is prohibited by covenant. All streets within
Willoughby Station are under the jurisdiction of the City of Mount Juliet. As such, the Willoughby Station
Board of Directors has no law enforcement powers. Cars parked on the sides of any of our streets are within
the law as long as the vehicle does not obstruct access to fire hydrants, is parked in the direction of traffic
flow, or is free of the sidewalk. In the event a vehicle is in violation, any resident may contact the City of
Mount Juliet Police who would have authority to issue citations. The Board of Directors cannot issue
citations to violators; however, it does have the authority to consider/set limited rules and regulations
surrounding vehicle parking. City of Mount Juliet will be contacted and will tow any vehicle without tags
parked in front of one’s property.
chevron_rightWhat do I do if a tree located on common ground poses a risk to my home?
If you feel any tree on common ground poses a risk to your home, you may contact either Timmons Properties or contact a member of the Board of Directors in email or via telephone. The Board member in charge of landscape will go to assess the situation. Because such removal is at the expense of the Association, only trees or limbs deemed to be a potential safety or damage hazard will be removed, trimmed, etc. The board is under no responsibility to have unsightly trees and/or limbs which pose no safety or damage risk removed/trimmed. The cost of tree trimming/removal is very expensive. Thus, the board
exercises great discretion.
chevron_rightWhat is the policy concerning motor homes, campers, boats, trailers, truck cabs, and other large vehicles?
This is the verbiage as stated in the Declaration of Restrictive Covenants concerning: "Storage of
Automobiles, Boats, Trailers, and Other Vehicles” (3.13). "No trailers, boat trailers, travel trailers, inoperative
automobiles or campers shall be semi-permanently or permanently parked or stored in the public street
right-or-way or forward of the front building line. Storage of such items and vehicles must be screened from
public view, either within the garage or behind a fence which screens such vehicle from public view, unless
otherwise approved in writing by the Developer in accordance with paragraph 3.2. No tractor-trailers, buses,
or other large commercial vehicles shall be parked on driveways or in streets within the Properties for
periods of time exceeding twelve (12) hours or for more than twenty-four (24) hours in a calendar week.”
Under no circumstances may any such vehicle be parked in the driveway, on the street in front of one’s
home, in one’s yard, or on any street or on any common area of the community. This also applies to guests
of Willoughby Station homeowners.
chevron_rightWhat is the policy concerning placement of “Open House”, “For Rent”, “Home For Sale” signs or other signs at the Willoughby Station Entranceways or other common areas?
With the exception of “open house signs,” neither residents nor realtors are allowed to place signs at
either entrance or in any of the common areas.. “Open house signs” are permitted the day of the open
house and must be removed after the open house. Any sign that is found on any common area of the
community is subject to being removed, without notice.
chevron_rightWhat is the policy concerning street lights?
The street lights in Willoughby Station are actually security lights that are rented from Middle Tennessee
Electric by either the association (common areas) or homeowners. Installation of new lights is at the
expense of the Association or homeowner and then a monthly fee is charged to the normal electric bill. . Any
resident who desires installation of lighting should discuss the matter with all residents who would be in
proximity. Remember, one resident’s opinion on lighting may not be the same as that of a neighbor. Not only
should all residents in the vicinity agree on wanting the light, but all should agree on the location of the light.
chevron_rightWhat must I do if I want to add a fence, a playset, a deck, a pool, a screened porch, a treehouse, a playhouse, an addition to my home, re-landscape my yard, etc.?
Prior to implementing any addition or change to your home or lot, you must obtain approval from the
Board of Directors, failure to do so, could result in you having to remove the change, at your expense. You
can obtain a copy of the Architectural Change Request Application at the Timmons web site.
(http://frontsteps.cloud/CaliberWeb2_TimmonsProperties#), or you can contact Lori at Timmons Properties. Once you have completed the application, the application along with a copy of the plat of your lot should be either mailed, emailed or faxed to Lori at Timmons Properties.Mailing Address
Timmon’s Properties, Inc.
1114 17th Ave South, Suite 101
Nashville, TN 37212Fax Number615-383-2260
chevron_rightWho do I contact regarding any concerns, questions or suggestions that I have?
Timmons Properties is the managing agent for the community. Lori Dalton serves as the manager for the community. She may be contacted by phone (615-383-1777 ext 116), by e-mail (email@example.com), or by mail at:Timmons Properties, Inc.
1114 17th Ave South
Nashville, TN 37212-4929You may also contact any board member regarding any concerns or questions you may have regarding the
community. Contact information for the board members may be found on here Willoughby Station Board.