How do I rent the Club House/Community Center?
You can use our online Clubhouse Rental
section to begin the process. This will allow you to see if the Clubhouse is available for any date you're considering. If it's available, you can make an online reservation to save the date. Submitting a save the date from the website will send an email to Barnett Management and inform them of your intent to rent. They'll hold the date pending submission of a signed Rental Agreement.
Barnett Management Inc.
3681 S. Green Road #305
Beachwood OH 44122-5716
How much are Homeowner Dues?
Currently, dues are $400.00 per year.
I am thinking of making improvements to my house, do I need to tell anyone?
Yes, by covenant, there are some restrictions as to what you can do to your property to maintain harmony in the community. If you are considering an improvement please review our Architectural Guidelines
and if you live in a Sub-Association consult those guidelines as well.
Is my information here private?
Absolutely! Waterbury HOA is committed to keeping your personal information private. Waterbury HOA will not sell, distribute, or share any personal information you provide. Any personal information we posses will be used for the sole purpose of administering the relationship between yourself and Waterbury HOA.
What are our Association Dues used for?
Dues are used for the maintenance of our common areas, community center, swimming pool, tot lots, snow removal, homeowner communications, website hosting, association meetings and other ways to improve the community.
What are the rules for the use of our pool?
Please review our dedicated pool page
When are the dues due?
Fees due on January 31 of each year with a grace period that extends until February 15. Payments received after February 15 will be assessed a late fee.
Where can I find a copy of the covenants?
A copy of the Covenants for Waterbury HOA can be found on the documents
Who repairs our mailboxes and how? (Updated)
Maintenance of mailboxes and mailbox posts are the responsibility of the homeowner, not the association. This may differ in sub-associations who have cluster mailbox centers such as Fairfield, but for any Waterbury home with their own mailbox, it is the homeowners responsibility.
Mailbox specification from our documents: Mailboxes
Here are some suggested replacements:
If you are painting your own mailbox, the green color pallette is:
- Pantone 343
- Closest match is Sherwin Williams #6454, Shamrock.
White Vinyl Letters:
They can be a challenge to find, but we've seen them at North Olmsted Marina, which is on the Lorain Road across the street from Eddie's bike shop. $.99 per number. The side of the mailbox should be 3" white vinyl and the front of the mailbox should be 1" white vinyl.
Jeffrey Jones is a Waterbury Resident and has done repairs for others. If you need a resource, try calling him and see if he can assist
Jeffrey Jones Jr