Upcoming Events & Announcements

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We'll try to keep you updated on what's happening at Spring Creek by posting the news, upcoming events and announcements here!  So, check back frequently!


Click to read the Louisa County Supervisor's Update


The 411 on New Vehicle Barcodes

Work on the upgraded resident and visitor management system will begin soon. This will include new gate operators, a more user-friendly way to register guests, and a more accurate resident management system that will allow us to manage barcodes on an individual level. Because of this new, more robust system of managing the vehicle barcodes, we will be reissuing barcode stickers for each vehicle registered to Spring Creek residents.

THERE WILL NOT BE A CHARGE FOR THE NEW BARCODE STICKERS!

Click the button below to access an information sheet with the required information needed to enter the database. We ask that you fill this out information and return it in one of 3 ways:

  • Return to On-Site Community Manager, Todd Haymans at his office in the Sports Club
  • Scan and send by email to  jhaymans@communitygroup.com
  •  Deliver it to the Guard House at the main entrance


If you have questions about the information requested or would like more information about the system upgrade, contact Todd by phone at 540-832- 6033 or by e-mail.

At various points during the installation, there may be a need to divert traffic into the community through either the visitor gate or the resident gate. Please be patient with us during this process.

Click Here to Print Forms for Needed Information

IT'S ALMOST TIME!

The Spring Creek Pool will open for the season on Saturday, May 28th at 10:00 AM.  Pool passes were mailed to residents at the end of April.  Residents will need to show their pool pass each time they visit the pool.  If you did not receive your pool passes, reach out to Todd Haymans our On-Site Community Manager.

 


 

There will be an Opening Day Celebration at noon on the 28th with members of the Sports Committee and the Leadership Council on the grill. Hotdogs, chips, and water/drinks will be served to the first 150 people.   Plan to come and enjoy the pool with family, renew friendships and HOPEFULLY experience warmer weather during this Opening Day Celebration. For more information email 

sportsandfitness@springcreekliving.com

 

On Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, the propane grill at the pool will be available for use by residents from 1:00 – 5:00 PM. Residents will need to bring their own tools for grilling and “scraping” the grill after use.

Click Here for Pool Hours/Rules and Alcohol Policy

Come and Try Out Ping Pong!

Construction of new storage cabinets is completed, and a new ping pong table is installed and ready for use in the Multipurpose room located in the Sports Club. (Thanks to our volunteer builders Dennis Barnett, Mark Grenert, and Greg Shasby) To access the Multipurpose room, enter the Sports Club, take stairs to the bottom floor, and turn right. The room is open when the Sports Club is open 8 AM-10:00 PM.

  • Children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult
  • Use of the table is limited to one hour per group to provide playing opportunities for everyone
  • Residents must furnish their own ping pong balls; please leave paddles in the holders
  • There is a camera in the room for your safety
  • Group/party reservations can be made through jhaymans@communitygroup.com. Rental rates for scheduled parties is $25/hour with a 2-hour minimum

 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED: Looking for volunteers to serve on the Residents of Spring Creek Security and Safety Committee

The Security and Safety Committee serves as the liaison organization to the Louisa County Sheriff’s Office, provides oversight of the Shield/Neighborhood Watch program, and makes recommendations to the Spring Creek Leadership Council concerning the security and safety posture of Spring Creek, and provides oversight in the execution and expenditure of resources for improvement projects and programs related to safety and security. The Committee also makes recommendations for the development and implementation of policy and governance. 

For those interested please contact Carlos Simmons at neighborhoodwatch@springcreekliving.com.


Vehicle Barcode Replacement: As part of upgrading the access control systems at the front gate we must begin the process of replacing the current vehicle barcodes that have been issued to residents as well as recording the new barcodes. There will be an email sent to all residents, hardcopy letters mailed, and signage posted at the front and back gates requesting the information needed. In addition, information will be posted on TownSquare. 

We need the full participation of all residents of Spring Creek and we need to have barcodes on every resident vehicle. If you have already purchased barcodes for your vehicles, there is no charge for the new barcode. The only exceptions are motorcycles, convertibles, and antique automobiles. 

If you know of a resident who may not be able to receive an email, have access to TownSquare or who has not received the letter, please pass on the information to them and if necessary, assist them with providing the required information.

We are also looking for volunteers to assist with this effort. For those interested please contact Carlos Simmons at neighborhoodwatch@springcreekliving.com.


Speeding and Reckless Driving: As a reminder for all residents and their guests, the posted speed limits are 15 mile per hour in the neighborhoods and 25 miles per hour on Bear Island Parkway (Except for the area between Applewood Dr. and Persimmon Way, which is posted as 15 miles per hour).

Residents are encouraged to report incidents of reckless driving to the Louisa County Sherriff’s Office.

DO NOT ATTEMPT TO ENGAGE OR INVESTIGATE TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS OR ENFORCE TRAFFIC REGULATIONS.






April 9, SPRING CREEK BLOOD DRIVE FROM 10AM - 4PM

Spring Creek Blood Drive Saturday, April 9, 2022, from 10 AM-4 PM at the Spring Creek Sports Club. Click here to schedule your appointment. (Please note, you may have to search for the day and zip code of the event as it defaults to the next 14 days.) The need for blood is constant and only volunteer donors can fulfill that need for patients in our community. Nationwide, someone needs a unit of blood every 2 to 3 seconds and most of us will need blood in our lifetime. Thank you for supporting the American Red Cross blood program!


Rollins Grave Site

At the March 8, 2022 Leadership Council meeting, a presentation was made by Mark Grenert on behalf of the Grounds and Maintenance committee with respect to the Rollins gravesite which is located within Spring Creek.   

The Leadership Council is working with multiple entities to determine any historical significance and develop an appropriate, sensitive plan for this site.  No decisions have been as the project is in the very early stages of information gathering.  

-- Spring Creek Leadership Council


April 12, SPRING CREEK BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

The Board of Directors meets at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.



June 14, LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING

The Spring Creek Leadership Council will meet on Tuesday, June 14, 2022, at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.  Please attend in person or on Zoom to take an active role in your community!  The draft minutes from the previous meeting will be posted here.  The minutes are draft minutes until formally approved at the next Spring Creek Leadership Council meeting.



July 12, SPRING CREEK BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

The Board of Directors meets at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.



August 9, LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING

The Spring Creek Leadership Council will meet on Tuesday, August 9, 2022, at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.  Please attend in person or on Zoom to take an active role in your community!  The draft minutes from the previous meeting will be posted here.  The minutes are draft minutes until formally approved at the next Spring Creek Leadership Council meeting.



September 13, LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING

The Spring Creek Leadership Council will meet on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.  Please attend in person or on Zoom to take an active role in your community!  The draft minutes from the previous meeting will be posted here.  The minutes are draft minutes until formally approved at the next Spring Creek Leadership Council meeting.



October 11, SPRING CREEK BOARD OF DIRECTORS MEETING

The Board of Directors meets at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.



November 8, LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING

The Spring Creek Leadership Council will meet on Tuesday, November 8, 2022, at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.  Please attend in person or on Zoom to take an active role in your community!  The draft minutes from the previous meeting will be posted here.  The minutes are draft minutes until formally approved at the next Spring Creek Leadership Council meeting.



December 13, LEADERSHIP COUNCIL MEETING

The Spring Creek Leadership Council will meet on Tuesday, December 13, 2022, at 6:30pm in the Sports Club.  Please attend in person or on Zoom to take an active role in your community!  The draft minutes from the previous meeting will be posted here.  The minutes are draft minutes until formally approved at the next Spring Creek Leadership Council meeting.



GOLF CLUB & TAVERN ON THE GREEN EVENTS

Looking for something to do? Check out the events calendar for the Tavern and Spring Creek Golf Club. You will find fun activities open to residents like Friday Cheers with live music,  restaurant specials like monthly Passport Dinners, Group Golf Clinics like Margarita Bunkerville, Holiday events like Santa’s Brunch or Independence Day Fireworks, and more.



LOUISA COUNTY PARKS, RECREATION AND TOURISM

John Farmer, a long time resident of the nearby Historic District of Green Springs, has been appointed to the Louisa County Commission on Parks, Recreation, and Tourism. To contact him with any thoughts, suggestions, ideas, or concerns for the commission you may reach him at jbfarmer@louisa.net.