Please note the Carrington Lakes communities are not members of this Carrington Homeowners Association.
Norfolk-Southern Main Number: 855-NOR-FOLK or 855-667-3655
Crossing Gates/Signals/Rough Crossings: 800-453-2530
NOTE: When the train is blocking the entrance, Carrington Lakes HOA has kindly agreed to allow residents to exit out the back access through Carrington Lakes on to Blackjack Road. There is an entrance off of Blackjack if you want to enter through there in instances where the train is blocking your ability to get home; however, the gate is not manned and the gate guard does not get the call from the box there, so you will have to wait for someone to provide you with access in. Carrington HOA has no control over this situation, as the gates are controlled and manned by the separate Carrington Lakes Homeowners Association.
Our current landscaping company is Triple Care Lawn and Landscape. We have contracted them to mow and maintain the entrance to our neighborhood and other common areas throughout the community. It is the responsibility of individual property owners to mow and maintain their trees, lots and yards. Our property management company does send notices when weeds and grass need to be cut back to maintain aesthetics.
Street Light Issues
Please send an email with the number that is on the light pole, along with the nearest street name and house address to our property management company, Neighborhood Management - email@example.com .
Tree(s) Blocking Roadway
Please contact the City of Trussville so that they can remove the tree : 205-655-7478
As a courtesy to our neighbors, we encourage homeowners to prune back their trees from the roadways so that drivers can easily traverse the roadways. With so many trees throughout our neighborhood, an occasional check in the front of your yard to see if your trees are leaning or obstructing traffic helps maintain aesthetics, flow, and accessibility. Our landscape company does not trim trees not in common areas.
Missed Garbage Pickup
Missed pick ups should be reported to Trussville City Hall (205) 655-7478 by 4:00 p.m. Residents are encouraged to bag ALL trash to reduce the loose litter that falls from trash cans when the trash company lifts the cans and what rubbish might float out of the truck as they drive through.