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There are three separate associations for the residents of The Colonies at Wilde Lake: (1) The Colonies at Wilde Lake Association (CWLA), (2) Wilde Lake Association, and (3) The Colonies Swim and Tennis Club, Inc (CSTC). This website is run by CWLA. These three associations are summarized below.

The Colonies at Wilde Lake

The Colonies at Wilde Lake

The Colonies at Wilde Lake (CWLA) is a Virginia corporation of which all home owners in the Colonies are members.

Each purchaser of a lot in The Colonies, by accepting a deed to that log, has agreed to be bound by the covenants that established this corporation and the owner's membership in that corporation. The covenants allow for assessment of fees, require architectural review of all improvements of property, and place restrictions on use of property.

In addition to enforcing the covenants, the CWLA organizes numerous neighborhood social functions, publishes a newsletter and annual directory, carries out various beautification activities, and monitors the county zoning actions that could affect Colonies residents.

Landmark Property Services handles our accounting, complaint, and disclosure packet processes. Please contact Melinda Thompson at 804-282-2574 or email address below for these issues.

Contact for disclosure packet: mthompson@landmark-property.com


Membership

Required of all owners of single family property in the Colonies development, except voluntary for those properties originally purchased prior to June 28, 1988.

Purpose

To provide social activities, communication, architectural review, covenant enforcement, and beautification of the neighborhood.

Assessment

 $50.00 annually

Benefits

Occasional parties for children and adults, bi-monthly newsletter, neighborhood directory, compliance with restrictive covenants.


The Colonies at Wilde Lake Board Members


President Chris Coplan 360-4425 president@colonieshome.com
Vice President Lee Solomon 360-3675 vicepresident@colonieshome.com
Treasurer Charles Trible 447-3017 treasurer@colonieshome.com
Secretary Linda Ramsey 364-0533 secretary@colonieshome.com
Social

Kim Bonney

364-4263

social@colonieshome.com
ARC Chair OPEN - contact Chris Coplan 360-4425
Welcoming Hilary Martin 360-2372 welcome@colonieshome.com
Publications Geneva Briggs 264-5082 publications@colonieshome.com
Webmaster Geneva Briggs 264-5082 webmaster@colonieshome.com

Wilde Lake Association

Wilde Lake Association

The Wilde Lake Association exists to provide maintenance and preservation of Wilde Lake, its common area and dam. Every owner of a Wilde Lake parcel is a member of the association. Wilde Lake parcels include property owners in the following neighborhoods: Bay Cove/Moss Creek, Berkeley Pointe, Cedar Hill/Ketch Pointe, The Colonies, Harbour Cove, Wilde Lake Apartments, Winchester Green and Winchester Pointe.

Contact for disclosure packet: The Community Group, 804-270-1800


Membership

Required of all owners in the Wilde Lake development.

Purpose

To own and maintain the lakes and common areas.

Assessment

$ at closing and per year thereafter (amount changes).

Benefits

Fishing, non-power boating.


The Colonies Swim & Tennis Club, Inc.

The Colonies Swim & Tennis Club

Membership is available on a voluntary basis to all Colonies residents. A limited number of memberships are also available to Milhaven residents and others. Contact Denise Alvin at 360-0409 (home) or denisealvin@verizon.net  for more information.


Membership & Fees Voluntary membership. Three classes of membership:
  • Class A. Available to Colonies residents only. Permanent so long as resident of the Colonies. Full voting rights. Initiation Fee and Annual dues.

  • Class B. Available to purchasers of homes in the Milhaven subdivision where the seller is a member of the club. Permanent so long as resident of Milhaven. No voting rights. Limited memberships. Initiation Fee and Annual dues.

  • Class C. Available to homeowners not residing in the Colonies or Milhaven. Annual membership. No voting rights, Limited memberships. Annual dues.

Purpose

Non-profit, non-stock corporation which owns and maintains the recreational facility.

Benefits

Swimming Memorial Day through Labor Day. Swim team, swimming lessons, tennis year-round, tennis teams and lessons, clubhouse rental for private functions.

Management

Volunteer Board of Directors elected by Class A membership. Professional staff includes pool manager, lifeguards, swim team coach, and professional tennis coach.


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