SPMG drives through Carrington once each month in order to inspect for covenant violations. The most frequent violations are trailers in driveways, cars parked on the grass, covered cars in driveways, trampolines in driveway and signs in yards. The covenants were put in place to keep the aesthetics of the community uniformed. Please be aware these violations can lead to legal actions. Please be a good neighbor and abide by the covenants.
Please do not post any signage of any type on the street signs, stop signs or utility poles. Not only is this against the Covenants & Restrictions of Carrington it is also a violation of the City Sign Ordinance. The City can and will fine homeowners.
Carrington HOA Board of Directors
President - David Biddy
Vice President - Melvin Rhohling
Secretary - Abby Valas
Carrington Farms - Cathy Hulsey
Carrington Crest - Dustin Reaves
Carrington Valley - Johnny Dorn
Carrington Parc - Amanda Klimko, James Jackson, Allison Gault
Carrington Estates - Cortney Cooper, Cheryl Vickers
Carrington Crossings - Chad Durden
Carrington Ridgeview - Ed Harris
Drive Safely – Make a conscious effort to observe the “rules of the road”, and drive safely. The speed limit for Carrington is 25 MPH and seems to be disregarded by several residents. If the speed situation does not improve, we will be forced to take more drastic measures and consider permanent speed reduction methods. Mayor Melton has already increased police patrols in an attempt to reduce unsafe driving in our subdivision.
ATV's, Golf Carts, & Four Wheelers – We have all seen these types of vehicles on our roadways, and the simple fact is that these are not street legal vehicles. Unfortunately, it is mostly unattended children who seem to be violating this law. Not only is it illegal for children under the legal driving age to be operating these vehicles, but it is extremely dangerous!
Fire Restrictions – Just a reminder that it is illegal to burn yard waste (leaves, sticks, etc) without a permit from the Trussville Fire Department and the Jefferson County Health Department.
Along with the joys of pet ownership comes responsibility. One of these responsibilities is to be sure that you do not infringe on you neighbor’s happiness by neglecting your responsibilities as a pet owner.
Unsecured Dogs – Homeowners are encouraged to call The City of Trussville to report unsecured dogs. The City has leash laws which mandate securing dogs.
Barking Dogs – No one enjoys the sound of a dog continuously barking. The City of Trussville has a noise ordinance that addresses continuously barking dogs. Please do your part in assuring that your animal is in compliance with applicable regulations.