The Dalton Farm Homeowners Association is a not for profit, self-governing community that is dedicated to enhancing the overall value of the Dalton Farm. The Dalton Farm Homeowners Association is overseen by an elected Board of Directors that is responsible for the fiscal management, standards compliance, and common property maintenance for the community. An outside management company is responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the Dalton Farm Homeowners Association, and carrying out the policies and decisions of the Board based upon our Protective Deed Restrictions and Covenants, Articles of Incorporation, and Bylaws. These documents along with other rules and standards approved by the Board of Directors provide the policies and procedures for operating our community and protecting the rights of association members.

Rules - Regulations - Bylaws

Homeowners are responsible for being aware of, and complying with, all requirements and restrictions which are listed in our governing documents. The documents below contain the Rules and Regulations of Dalton Farm. For more specific details, please refer to the Initial Offering Plan and/or the Restated Offering Plan, both of which were given to the homeowner at closing.

A copy of the Offering Plan is available for purchase. Please contact McGrath Management using the information on this website under ‘Contact Us’.

Board Meetings

The Board of Directors meet on the fourth Thursday of each month, (except November which would be the third Thursday - no meeting in December) at the Roosevelt House starting at 6:30 pm. The meeting is open to all Dalton Farm homeowners. Homeowner participation is encouraged with public comments scheduled at the opening of the meeting. After comments, questions, and committee reports the Board will meet in closed session.

If you wish to submit a public comment to the board and cannot attend an upcoming meeting in person, you may submit your comment to McGrath Management (see 'Contact Us') and it will be read at the next board meeting during the Public Comment time. Please include the words "Public Comment" in the subject area of the email form and be sure to include your name and email address. We regret that unidentified submissions cannot be read at the meeting.

For questions, concerns, or a copy of the meeting minutes please contact McGrath Management.


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