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Tuscany Village

The Board of the Tuscany Village Homeowners Association welcomes you to our web page. This website has been established to provide a convenient source of information for current and future members of the Tuscany Village Homeowners Association.

Vision

Our vision for Tuscany Village is a community of friendly and caring neighbors who cooperate with each other to affirm the value of both our property and our friendships.


Mission

Our mission is to enhance the quality of life in our community through the management of common areas, enforcement of rules and covenants, support of initiatives that strengthen bonds among residents, and investment in capital improvements that benefit the greater good.


Values

In fulfilling our mission and achieving our vision, we value the six pillars of community living: Trustworthiness, Respect, Responsibility, Fairness, Caring, Citizenship, in all our actions.

News & Events

Tuscany Village Survey: Sheds and Mini Barns

July 24, 2019

Hi, neighbors! The HOA has been asked about sheds and mini barns. Would you please take 3 minutes to share your opinion in this survey?

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Update on Damage From AT&T Last Fall

July 24, 2019

A project manager for JOSCO Construction Services, which performed the AT&T installation, drove through our community this past week and met with our Architecture Committee Chair, Doug Gregg.

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Community Update

April 1, 2019

Replace burned out Garage Light Bulbs
Please replace all burned-out bulbs in a timely manner. This way our neighborhood will remain illuminated at night, which is one of the biggest deterrents to crime

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Pet Update

January 1, 2019

Please refrain your pets from doing their duty on private property, the common grounds, especially in the park. When walking your pet in our community remember it should be leashed. Also, it is important to remember to immediately clean up after your pet.

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Community Update 2017

November 1, 2018

Safety FirstPlease be mindful of the speed limit in our community and always stop at the stop signs. With the start of another school year,school buses are back on the road. Please be mindful of children, entering and exiting school buses to avoid any accidents and injuries. When a school bus makes a stop to…

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Community Update October 2018

October 1, 2018

This year’s Monster March, our annual kids’ Halloween parade, is scheduled for 5:45-6:15 pm on 10/31. We’ll meet at the west side of Padana by the park, walk down Valdarno and circle back to the park. From there, kids can go on their regular trick-or-treating. Special thanks to the Social Committee volunteers for organizing this and to everyone who donated candy!

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ARC Requests

September 1, 2018

Please turn in an ARC request for approval before starting any exterior project. Please turn in an ARC request before starting any exterior projects.

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Parking Across the Sidewalk

July 1, 2018

We are having a safety problem in Tuscany Village. Cars are parked across the sidewalk causing people and children to go up and down a curb and go into the street to get around the cars/vans. It makes it difficult for a wheel chair to pass or a disabled person to go on their walk.

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About the Fountain

May 24, 2018

The actual cost to run the fountain for 12 hours a day in 2017 from April through October was $1,340.89. To run the fountain 24 hours a day from April through October would approximately cost the association $2,690.00 (double).

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Police Incident Report

December 24, 2017

The Greenwood Police Department from January 2017 to present has responded to 126 calls in Tuscany Village for criminal mischief, parking problems, vin inspections, disabled vehicles, juvenile problems, suspicious person, gun issue, alarm residence, lockouts, citizen assistance, traffic, abandoned and theft. A thank you to our Greenwood Police Department for putting the communities that you serve above your family and for risking your life for ours.

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Community Information

Our Community

The Tuscany Village subdivision was established in Greenwood, Indiana in 2006. Tuscany Village is a family-focused community consisting of 152 single-family homes located in the White River Township of Johnson County. Many shopping and dining options are available within a 15-minute driving radius. Police and fire services are extremely close. Downtown Indianapolis is 20 miles away.

Assessments
2018 assessment of $300.00 is due on or before January 1, 2018.  Please pay your 2018 assessment on time. As you know, your dues have a tremendous impact on our wonderful community, from improvements to community events. Thank you!


Your HOA operates solely on funds received from annual dues which are required by the recorded CC&R's for the development to keep the corporation up and running by paying your dues in a timely manner. Members not paying their dues in a timely manner or not at all, jeopardize the need to reduce or eliminate services that benefit the entire community.  If you have not paid your dues or owe late fees, please contact Joey Harris. (MSM).

Thank you for paying your annual dues in a timely manner.....your neighbors that pay on time appreciate it.


Tuscany Village Companies

Tuscany Village Management Company
Main Street Management, LLC
Joey Harris, Community Property Manager
Phone Number – 317-218-7650, ext. 141

Tuscany Village Landscape Company
Practical Property Group, LLC (PPG)

Tuscany Village Pond Company
Absolute Aquatic, Inc.


Contact Information

The Tuscany Village Community Association is managed by Main Street Management, LLC.

Joey Harris, Community Property Manager
5665 N. Post Road, Suite 120
Indianapolis, IN 46216
O: 317-218-7650 x141
F: 765-742-6401
joey.harris@mainstreetmanagementllc.com
info@mainstreetmanagementllc.com


Board of Directors

Alex Meadows, President
Andrea Emerson, Secretary
Mason Edlund, Treasurer


ARC Committee Contact Information

Doug Gregg, Chair: dgregg@prodigy.net
Mark Carson, Member
Linda Acheson, Member


Crime Watch Committee Contact Information

Looking for volunteers, contact info@mainstreetmanagementllc.com


Social Committee Contact Information

Looking for volunteers, contact info@mainstreetmanagementllc.com

Architectural Review Committee Form

Please use this form to request permission to make changes to your property that may be subject to review as outlined in your association's Covenants and Restrictions.

Tuscany Village ARC Form

If you need a plot plan, you can check with the Joey Harris at joey.harris@mainstreetmanagementllc.com.

Your covenants require all Architectural changes to be approved by the ARC. Before you start any projects or improvements, please get it approved by filling out an Architectural Review Form and submitting all the proper documents to Main Street. Unfortunately, if you do NOT complete this process, you are in violation of the covenants and subject to removal of any structure not approved. We do not want this to happen, so please turn in your Architectural Review Form. Any questions contact Doug Gregg, ARC Chair – dgregg@prodigy.net

Legal Documents

Tuscany Village Covenants and Restrictions

Tuscany Village By-laws

Tuscany Village Certificate of Corporation

Tuscany Village Rule Regarding Violations of Declarations

TVC - First Amendment to Code of By-laws: Quorum and Adjournments

TVC -Second Amendment to the By-Laws: Suspension of Voting Rights

TVC - Third Amendment to By-laws: Article III

TVC - Fourth Amendment to the By-Laws Article II Members

TVC - Exterior Light Rule

TVC - Wood Fence Rule

TVC - ARC Trash Storage Requirements 

TVC - Above Ground Pool Rule

City of Greenwood Encroachment Request

TVC - Collection Policy

TVC Unanimous Written Consent Resolutions

Meeting Minutes

Tuscany Village HOA Board Meeting Minutes 05-31-2016

TVC - Board Meeting Minutes - 7-20-2016

TVC - Approved Meeting Minutes 6-29-2016

TVC - Approved Meeting Minutes 8-30-2016

TVC - Approved Meeting Minutes 10-19-2016

TVC - Approved Meeting Minutes 2-27-2017

TVC - Annual Meeting Minutes 04-20-2017  

TVC - Special Meeting Minutes 6-26-2017

TVC - Approved Meeting Minutes 8-30-2017

TVC - Approved Meeting Minutes 10-23-2017

TVC - 2017 Architectural Review Year End Report

 

Helpful Links

Crime & Safety
Greenwood Police Department
Greenwood Police Dispatch 317-346-6336

Emergency
Police-Fire-Ambulance-911
Police Administrative Department - 882- 9191
Greenwood Department Tip Line - 865-0300
Fire Department Administrative - 882-2599
Indiana Poison Control - 1-800-222-1222
Johnson County Sheriff - 736-9155
Code Enforcement - 887-5228
National Crime Prevention - www.ncpc.org
Family Watchdog:- www.familywatchdog.us
Nation Child Abuse
Hotline -1-800-422-4453

Animal Care
Johnson County Animal Control - 736-3924
Humane Society of Indianapolis - 872-5650

Other Resources
Community Center- 881-4545
Greenwood Senior Center- 882-4810
Freedom Springs Aquatics Park- 884-2078
Indianapolis Colts - www.colts.com
Indiana Pacers - www.nba.com/pacers
Time & Temperature - 635-5959
Baxter YMCA - 881-9347
Estes (Mailbox) - 889-5556

Government Affairs
Official website of the City of Greenwood
www.greenwood.in.gov

Government Offices - 736-5000
Official website of Johnson County
www.johnson.in.us

Hospitals
Community South - 887-7000
Franciscan St. Francis Health South - 528-5000

Libraries
Greenwood Public - 881 -1953
Johnson Country Public Library - White River Public – Greenwood- 885-1330 http://www.pageafterpage.org/

License Branch
Greenwood, 349 S. Washington Street - 881-2183

Utilities
Bargersville Utilities - 422-5115
Best Way Disposal (Trash) - 1-800-354-1830
Greenwood Sanitation Department - 887-5232
Duke Energy (Electric) 1-800-521- 2232
Vectren Energy (Gas) - 1-800-777-2060

Shipping Services
Greenwood Post Office-Smith Valley - 4646-6043

FAQ

What is an HOA?

An HOA is a legal entity created to manage and maintain the common areas and amenities of a community with a set of rules called Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions. "otherwise, know as the DCC&R's" The governing documents are essentially a legally binding contract between the owner/members and the Association. All persons owning a house within Tuscany Village community automatically become a member of Tuscany Village Association (HOA) at time of closing (contract is signed) and are required to pay the yearly assessment. 

One of the primary functions of the HOA is to enforce and ensure that these "CC&R's" are adhered to by the individual homeowners. The guiding principals of these regulations are to help maintain property values and the quality of life in the community.

Why do we pay HOA dues?

The HOA dues are very important to all Tuscany Village homeowners. They need to be paid in full and on time. The dues fund all of the common areas, pond, exterior maintenance, landscaping, insurance, property management fees, repairs, utilities and a host of other items. The dues are to keep the corporation running.

What is the difference between the CC&R's and the Bylaws?
The CC&R's is a legally binding document that is officially recorded and filed with Indiana.  They cover the rights and obligations of the HOA to its members. It is typical for the CC&R's to regulate things such as: landscaping, pets, garbage cans, etc. 
 
The Bylaws establish the structure of day - to - day governance of your homeowners association. The bylaws govern how the HOA operates and contain the information needed to run the HOA as a business. For example, the bylaws cover, membership voting rights, how many people on the Board of Directors, etc.  A vote (75%) from the membership is not required for the Board of Directors to amend the Bylaws
Do I need ARC approval before I start a project?

Yes, the CC&R's require all/any exterior changes to be approved by the ARC before any project (s) or improvements. The ARC form and guidelines can be found under forms on Tuscany Village website.

If I want to make changes, additions, or improvements to my lot what process do I need to follow?

You need to submit an Architectural Request Form from Main Street Management which can be downloaded from the website or mailed to you. Also, a plot plan needs to be included with it marked where the changes will be on the lot, a contractors estimate needs to be submitted as well. After these documents are sent to Main Street they have 45 days to process the request and a letter will be sent to the homeowner with the status of the request.

Why was the Fourth Amendment of the By-Laws, Article II amended?
The Fourth Amendment to Article II of the By-Laws was amended in the best interest of the association. The board is entitled to act in “good faith,” what is in the best interest of the association and based on well informed business judgment. The Board of Directors has legally amended Article II of the By-Laws to allow for less strict scheduling of the annual meeting. It will give board's more flexibility to work around their schedule's and certain unforeseen and unavoidable circumstances.
Do I need ARC approval for substantial planting and removal of planting and tree(s)?

Yes, you do need ARC approval for substantial planting and removal of planting and tree (s). Please refer to the CC&R's Article VI, Section 6.2. Article IV, Section I. Also, review the ARC Guidelines, found under Forms and Legal Documents.

Is there a rule or code on maintaining my lot?

Yes, Maintenance of Lots and Improvements: Article IV, Section I. Also, there is a city code, "Property Maintenance Law" Maintain the exterior surfaces, i.e. mold, mildew, missing siding, etc.

Is it the HOA Board's obligation to enforce the CC&R's?

Yes, it is one of the most important obligations of the HOA Board to enforce and ensure that each homeowner in our community is adhering to the CC&R's set forth in our documents. The HOA has certain obligations under both the state and federal laws. We must act fairly and in the best interest of the whole community.

How do I know what is allowed within the community such as basketball goals, satellite dishes, fences, pools, and hot tubs?

There are covenants and restrictions that were given to homeowners at closing that they can use for reference to see what the community will allow. The covenants can be found on the HOA Documents page of this website. Also, you can contact the Main Street Management, HOA Board and/or the ARC Committee. All email addresses can be found under contacts on this website.

Are ADT and other security signs allowed to be displayed in our front yard?

 

The display of security signs isn't about advertisement from the security companies, it is a warning to burglars, "I am protecting my family from you." Yard signs are a deterrent and an important strategy in total home security. Well placed signs let a burglar know that there will be obstacles. Home security signs offer several advantages. The most important is that homes that clearly display a home security sign are less likely to be broken into. Also, with alarm monitoring signs in the neighborhood being displayed in yards, it may actually deter crime in the entire neighborhood.

Some insurance companies (maybe all) offer discounts on homeowner's insurance premiums for their clients who install a security system and display the associated signage. Also, the police encourage security signs to be displayed.

Does the board ride around to report violations?

No, the board does not ride around looking for violations. Main Street Management performs all inspections once a month. However, you will see the board out in the community working, walking, monitoring our vendors, etc.

When is exterior colored lighting and holiday decorations allowed to be displayed?

The HOA Board deems that any/all exterior colored lighting and decorations are not allowed to be displayed at any time except during Seasonal Holidays.

Seasonal Holiday Lights and Decorations are subject to the following:

  1. 1. Christmas colored lights and decorations may be displayed December 1st - January 15th. All Christmas colored lights and decorations must be taken down no later than January 15th.

  2. 2. Colored lighting and seasonal decorations falling outside the above dates may be displayed one (1) week prior to the holiday and up to one (1) week after.

Displaying of exterior colored lights and decorations at any other time will be a violation of Article IV

USE RESTRICTIONS I. Maintenance of Lots and Improvements. (iii)

Do grass clippings and debris going into the storm sewers hurt the pond?
Yes.  Yard waste and debris contributes excess nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus, which deletes oxygen from the pond (kills fish) and contributes to unwanted and uncontrolled growth of algae and invasive weeds.  Phosphorus is one of the primary water quality problems.  This action (toxic discharge) is costing the association extra expenses to treat the pond.  Also, it is a city violation, HOA violation and a Clean Water Act (EPA) violation to allow grass clippings, etc to run off into the drains.
Who should I contact is a street light is out?

Contact Duke Energy at 1-800-521-2232 with the address closest to the light and any numbers that may be on the pole.

What if I have a problem with loud neighbors, or animals not on a leash or extreme concerns that require immediate attention?

We suggest that in circumstances that require emergency assistance that homeowners use their right to be safe and call the proper authorities in extreme cases, for instance, if a dog is running loose in a community animal control needs to be contacted.

Is parking across the sidewalk (s) allowed?

No, parking across sidewalks is not allowed even if the sidewalk intersects with the owner's driveway. It is a City and State code you may be cited for blocking sidewalks with a vehicle or any other obstruction.

How do I clean mold, dirt, etc off my vinyl siding?

Simple Green offers an environmentally friendly cleaner that is specially formulated for vinyl siding and painted wood. Fantastic or Windex can be used on tough stains. Rust stains try Instant Rust Out. Using a pressure washer is not recommended by some manufacturers. They recommend, if used, use a limited amount of pressure.

Are fire pits allowed?

Yes, fire pits are allowed, however, there is a city Ordinance NO. 12.15 and State Codes that should be followed. The ARC has a copy of the City Ordinance and the State Codes can be found on line. Also, if it is permanent structure, an ARC request should be completed.

How do I update my mailing address?

It is the responsibility of each homeowner to ensure their HOA Board and Management Company has a correct mailing address (phone number) on file. If you need to change your information please contact the HOA Board or Main Street Management.

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"I began working with Main Street Management in July of 2007 and they made the transition as smooth as possible. Everything is completed in a timely manner and the financials are completed by the 15th of each month. Main Street Management delivers on what they say they are going to do and I know that the information is tracked correctly. I have worked with at least a dozen management companies and Main Street Management has really been the best!"

Michelle L., Developer/Builder
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"I am a homeowner and Board Member in a neighborhood that is being managed by Main Street Management. Before they took over, we were faced with many unresolved issues. I can truly say without any reservations that my neighborhood is looking much better. Because of Main Street Management, I believe it is headed in the right direction."

Jeff S.
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"When our Association was being turned over to the home owners, the new board was elected. The primary issue at hand had been the lack of responsiveness and comprehensive financial handling of our books. In reviewing management companies, Main Street Management, LLC stood out from the other companies. Since the end of 2007, the progress on our community and financial handling of books have dramatically improved. The home owners have already seen issues not resolved for years becoming addressed such as proper snow plowing, swimming pool area upgrades, and covenant review. The board would recommend Main Street Management to any other HOA looking for services."

Lola J. – Board Member of an HOA