Welcome to the official Marilyn Ridge Community Website.
This website has been created by the Home Owners Association of Marilyn Ridge to give neighbors a place to connect, find information about their community, and find ways to get more involved in it. The site will include basic information about the Noblesville, Indiana area, a calendar of events, a discussion forum, contact information and other valuable resources. It is our hope that this site becomes a wonderful way for neighbors to get to know each other more personally and work together to keep our neighborhood safe and beautiful.
It is also the desire of your Marilyn Ridge HOA Board to use this site as another avenue for constructive dialogue. If you have any questions at all for your board, we invite you to use this site as an opportunity to ask them. We warmly welcome all of your questions and concerns. After all, we are your neighbors!
Once again, welcome to the official Marilyn Ridge Community Website.
MARILYN RIDGE HOMEOWNERS HOA MEETING IS MONDAY MAY 20,2013 AT THE NOBLESVILLE LIBRARY AT 6;30 PM.
Posted May 15, 2013 | 0 comments
NEIGHBORHOOD GARAGE SALE IS THIS WEEKEND MAY 17,18,19. WE HAVE POSTED A NOTICE ON CRAIG’S LIST AND THE SIGNS ARE UP NOW..
Posted May 14, 2013 | 0 comments
Dear neighbors, we are in need of at least two volunteers to be on the board. We need someone to be the Treasurer,. Judy Wang resigned Friday due to other commitments. Thank you Raymond Cooper. You can contact me at cooper.raymond@sbcglobal.,net
Posted May 05, 2013 | 0 comments
The July 2012 Newsletter has been posted to the website – it has a lot of good information about changes happening lately, so please go check it out! http://www.marilynridge.com/documents/tag/Newsletters
Also, the July Homeowner’s Association Meeting is this Monday, July 16, at 6:30 PM at the Noblesville Branch of the Hamilton Southeastern Library, upstairs. Please join us, especially if you have any questions or concerns, and make your voice heard!
We are also looking to fill a vacancy on the Marilyn Ridge Board of Directors, which we will be discussing this meeting. If you are interested, please come to the meeting!
Posted Jul 13, 2012 | 0 comments
May’s HOA Board meeting will be on Monday, May 21st at 6:30 pm.
Since the library does not have a room available that night, the meeting will be held at AMI’s office. Their address is 9099 Technology Lane. It is in Fishers next to “The Fieldhouse”. The meeting is open for any Marilyn Ridge homeowners to attend and provide input.
The majority of meeting will be spent discussing our covenants compliance process. The sections of the neighborhood where this has begun have already seen improvements. However, there may need to be some adjustments made to the process.
Posted May 16, 2012 | 0 comments
The May newsletter has been posted to the website in Word format. A pdf copy should be posted soon.
Posted Apr 29, 2012 | 0 comments
The April newsletter is now available online. www.marilynridge.com
Posted Apr 09, 2012 | 0 comments
(Noblesville, IN)…..The Noblesville Police Department is pleased to announce that citizens can now gain access to neighborhood level crime incident data in near real time.“Providing reliable, timely information to our citizens is one of our top priorities, because an informed public is a safer public,” said Police Chief Kevin Jowitt. “This system will give us the ability to keep the public informed on a regular basis as to what is going on in the community.” The public can access the free crime data through www.CrimeReports.com or through the CrimeReports iPhone app, which is available for free download in the Apple iTunes store. This service also lets citizens sign up for free customizable email updates so that they can monitor crime in their neighborhood. When searching www.CrimeReports.com, a person would enter the address of his or her home or business where it asks “Enter an address” and then click on “Search.” An address may be entered as “123 Main Street, Noblesville, IN”, “Main Street, Noblesville, IN”, or simply “Noblesville, IN”. Icons are then visible on a map of the designated area. Clicking on an icon will provide further information about that incident. Data updates will be uploaded every six hours. The system allows users to customize a time frame to search for incidents anytime within the previous six months. If citizens would like additional information about a certain incident shown on CrimeReports.com, they may call NPD’s Records division at (317) 776-6342 or stop by NPD (135 S. 9th Street) Monday through Friday from 8am – 4:30pm. More than a thousand other law enforcement agencies of all sizes across North America are sharing their crime information with the public through the national crime map.
Posted Mar 12, 2012 | 0 comments
The March newsletter is now available at www.marilynridge.com.
Posted Mar 05, 2012 | 0 comments
The following are examples of covenants that the board will be enforcing on a regular basis. The board asks that all homeowners and renters adhere to these covenants in particular because they affect the overall appearance of the neighborhood. Violation letters will be sent to homeowners and renters who do not adhere to these covenants. If written notification is not effective, the board has the right to, and may, persue legal action in order to force compliance. This can become costly and, if it becomes a frequent necessity, may lead to an increase in homeowner dues. However, if homeowners and renters in Marilyn Ridge follow and adhere to the covenants then the cost of enforcement goes down and so can our dues.
1. Trash Cans: Trash cans must be stored inside. There is no exception to this rule.
2. Lawn Care: A healthy height for your mower blade is three inches. Marilyn Ridge covenants require a height of no more than six inches. Violations will also be sent for weeds growing in sidewalk cracks as well as excessive weeds in the lawn.
3. Poop: It should go without saying to clean up after a pet, but here we go again: Clean up after your pet. This applies to your personal property and community areas. Doggy pots are provided at the gazebo park and at the north end of the pond. Your dues pay for them so you may as well use them.
4. Tree Trimming: The trees growing in the strip of grass between the street and sidewalk are city owned and homeowner maintained. Branches on your street tree should be trimmed so that those walking on the sidewalk do not need to bend down to walk under them.
5. Stuff Left Out: Toys, bikes, furniture, lawn mowers, landscaping materials and anything else left out on a resident’s lawn that creates a cluttered appearance should be taken in as soon as possible. If it doesn’t belong on the yard, porch or in the driveway, please put it away.
6. Lighting: Please keep working bulbs in all of your outdoor lighting. Please turn on your front porch light at dusk for safety and consider doing the same with your outdoor garage lights.
7. Street Parking: The street is a street, not a parking lot. Parking on the street is temporary only, meaning not longer than 24 hours. Commercial vehicles are only allowed to park in the neighborhood while the owners/drivers are working in the neighborhood. Once the job is finished, the vehicle must leave the neighborhood. This applies to all types of vehicles (including semi tractors, box trucks, vans and pickup trucks).
8. Fencing: The L-shaped white fences on corner lots are owned by the community and cannot be removed or altered.
ANY FENCING PLANS MUST BE APPROVED BY THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW COMMITTEE AND MAY REQUIRE A PERMIT FROM THE CITY. THE HOA BOARD AND/OR THE CITY CAN AND MAY PERSUE LEGAL OPTIONS AGAINST HOMEOWNERS WITH UNAPPROVED FENCES.
9. Any changes to the exterior of a home in Marilyn Ridge require approval from the Architectural Review Committee. Residents who wish to receive such approval must first complete and turn in an ARC form. These forms can be found at www.marilynridge.com.
10. Home maintenance: Torn or missing window screens, chipped paint, storm doors continually propped open, missing siding or shingles. These are just some issues that create an unkempt appearance. Take care to fix these issues quickly.
Posted Mar 01, 2012 | 2 comments