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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS

Powderhorn Annual Meeting of the Homeowners

 

As the Powderhorn HOA annual meeting is scheduled for this Sunday, May 31 at 3:00 pm, we understand that people may not want to attend due to the social distancing practices we will follow.

 

As we strive to get as much information to our homeowners that we can and

to make it easier for homeowners to get this information beforehand if they will not be attending the meeting, the annual meeting presentation has been uploaded to the website

under the HOA BUSINESS tab...ANNUAL MEETINGS.

 

POSTED 5/26/20

Powderhorn Pool Passes

If you did NOT send in your pool passes with your assessment payment so that your passes could be punched for this season, please come to the pool tomorrow, Saturday, May 23, either from

10:30 am - 11:30 am or from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm when Josh and Claudine will be there

and they will punch your passes for you.  

 

The life guards will NOT be able to punch your passes so if you are not able to make it to the pool

during the times Josh and Claudine are there, please drop your passes off in the clubhouse mail slot

and we will get them and punch them for you.  

 

NOTE:  For the next week, Claudine will check the clubhouse mail slot once per day around 5:30 pm so please get your passes in by that time if you would like to have them for the following day.

 

Please remember you MUST have your pool passes punched for the 2020 pool season to enter the pool area.

If you have any questions, please contact us at powderhornpool@gmail.com.

POSTED 5/22/20

For additional information....

Troubled by the tree removal process?  Perplexed on how to get your pool passes?  In a dilemma about paying your dues?

ARCHITECTURAL DIRECTOR

powderhornarchitectural@gmail.com

  • What do I do if I need to have a tree removed?

  • What is the procedure if I want to put up a fence or shed?

 

COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR

powderhorncommunications@gmail.com

  • What events are coming up in Powderhorn?

  • What are the current dates of the Powderhorn neighborhood yard sales?

 

POOL DIRECTOR

powderhornpool@gmail.com

  • How do I get my pool passes?

  • What is the pool schedule?

 

RECREATIONAL DIRECTOR

powderhornrecreational@gmail.com

  • Who do I need to talk to about renting the clubhouse?

  • How can I get a tennis court key?

 

TREASURER

powderhorntreasurer@gmail.com

  • How much are the HOA dues?

  • How do I transfer my HOA membership when I sell my house?

Pool Opening - What to Expect

• ALL pool patrons (ages 5 or older) MUST have a pool pass that has been punched with this season's special punch to enter the pool area.  NO POOL PASS...NO ADMITTANCE.  NOTE: This is the rule for the entire season and not just opening day.

 

NO ALCOHOL is allowed in the pool area.

 

• 58 pool patrons (plus 2 lifeguards) will be allowed to be in the pool area at a time.

 

• When you enter the pool area, PLEASE PLACE A TOWEL, BAG, ETC. ON A CHAIR/LOUNGER FOR EACH MEMBER IN YOUR PARTY. This will make it easier to complete the headcounts. 1 person per seat.

 

• IF we have people waiting to get in to the pool area, they will be allowed to enter when that number of people leave the pool area.  IE: If 1 person leaves the pool but the next people in line are a family of 4, they will need to wait until 3 more people leave the pool area before that family of 4 can enter. We will not have more than 58 pool patrons in the pool area at a time.

 

• The pool will be closed for approximately 1 hour during the middle of the day and 1 hour earlier than the regular schedule for cleaning/disinfecting.

 

• When the pool closes to be cleaned/disinfected, you will be asked to gather all of your belongings and leave the pool area. You will not be able to leave anything to "save your seat".

 

• When the lifeguards have finished cleaning/disinfecting the entire pool area, the pool will be opened back up for the next block.

 

• If you attended the first block and there are people that show up to attend the next block after the cleaning/disinfecting has been completed, please allow those that did not/were not able to attend the first block to enter the pool area first. Let's give everyone a chance to enjoy the pool during this time.

 

• Due to the changes caused by the coronavirus precautions, we will NOT be selling guest passes during the day. 

 

The temporary pool schedule can be found here.

 

If we are all patient, respectful, neighborly, thoughtful, cooperative and considerate of the lifeguards and other pool patrons, then this season should be hiccup free.

POSTED 5/21/20

Powderhorn Pool Temporary Schedule & What to Expect

  • The pool will be closed for approximately 1 hour during the middle of the day and 1 hour earlier than the regular schedule for cleaning/disinfecting.

 

  • Only 58 pool patrons (plus 2 lifeguards) will be allowed to be in the pool area at a time.  Keep in mind that if you are a family of 4 but there is only room for 2 more people in the pool area, you may either send 2 of your family in and wait until 2 people leave or you may wait until the next block of time the pool is open after the cleaning/disinfecting has been completed so that all 4 of your family members may get in at the same time.  

  • When the pool closes after each block to be cleaned/disinfected, you will be asked to gather all of your belongings and leave the pool area.  You will not be able to leave anything to "save your seat".  

 

  • When the lifeguards have finished cleaning/disinfecting the entire pool area, the pool will be opened back up for the next block.

 

  • If you attended the first block and there are people that show up to attend the next block after the cleaning/disinfecting has been completed, please allow those that did not/were not able to attend the first block to enter the pool area first.  Let's give everyone a chance to enjoy the pool during this time. 

 

The temporary pool schedule can be found here.

 

We are hopeful that everyone will be patient, respectful and neighborly during this time.


We are hopeful that everyone will be thoughtful, cooperative and considerate of the lifeguards

and others trying to use the pool.

POSTED 5/19/20

Powderhorn Pool Update

  • DHEC is allowing us to follow the "5 people per 1,000 square feet" guideline. (This is much better for us than the 20% of capacity guideline.) That means we may have up to 60 people (including the two life guards) in the pool area at one time. To put that into perspective, we usually put out 86 seats (chairs/loungers) so we will now be down to 58 seats instead.

  • We are finalizing a temporary schedule until we get through the next couple of weeks in the hopes that Governor McMaster will let us get back to normal by then. The temporary schedule will have the pool closed down mid-day for approximately 1 hour to allow for people to leave the area so the pool may be disinfected and cleaned. The pool will reopen when this has been completed. The pool will then be closed down approximately 1 hour before the normal closing time to allow for cleaning & disinfecting for the following day.  We will post the temporary schedule as soon as it becomes finalized.

 

  • As the lifeguards will be busy watching the pool, checking pool passes and keeping us compliant, we do not want to take their time away from that to sell guest passes throughout the day. Therefore, we are temporarily suspending the sale of the guest passes during the day for the next few weeks. If you must have a guest pass, please email powderhornpool@gmail.com.

 

  • As always, there is no alcohol allowed in the pool area. Upstate Pool Management Group has already posted a sign on the gate regarding that. This is a family pool and DHEC states that no person under the influence of alcohol or drugs should use the pool as this is a safety hazard to not only that person but to others in the pool or pool area.

 

We will continue to update everyone as we receive more information.

 

Please bear with us during this time as we want everyone to have a safe, happy and healthy summer

and we need your help in doing that. 

POSTED 5/15/20

Powderhorn Pool Opening

Governor McMaster is allowing pools to open beginning May 18.  As of right now, we believe we will be opening our pool on time on May 23 with lifeguards.  If that changes, we will post that asap.

 

DHEC does have guidelines that Upstate Pool Management Company and the Powderhorn HOA

will follow to help ensure the health and safety of our pool patrons.  

 

One of the steps being discussed will be closing the pool a couple of times a day

to disinfect the chairs, tables, etc.  

 

It also looks like the number of pool patrons in the pool area at a time may be limited to 20% of capacity.

 

Again, these are items currently being discussed and worked out.

This new standard may only last a few weeks or it may last this pool season. 

 

We will continue to keep everyone posted.

 

POSTED 5/13/20

Powderhorn Pool Passes

We are still hopeful that Governor McMaster will rescind his executive order and open up the pools

before our May 23 opening.  We will continue to keep everyone posted.

 

If you have not yet sent in your pool passes with your assessment payment so that your passes may be punched with this year's punch, please do so as quickly as you can.

 

If you forgot to send in your pool passes when you paid your assessment, please put your passes in an envelope and drop it in the mail slot on the clubhouse door.

 

The pool passes that we have received/created will be ready for pick up at the clubhouse on

Saturday, May 16 from 9:00 am - 11:00 am.

If you have any questions, please contact us at powderhornpool@gmail.com.

POSTED 5/1/20

Change in Collection Process for Assessments

 

In light of the current economic impact of the Covid -19 outbreak, the Powderhorn HOA Board of Directors has adjusted the 2020-2021 assessment collection process. 

 

The board is sympathetic to the plight of everyone during this crisis and understands the potential impact due to the virus on their neighbors in Powderhorn.  

Changes have been made to the late fee schedule to assist any homeowner that may have financial hardship during this unprecedented time.  The approved policy can be found
here.

 

Please contact the PHOA Treasurer at powderhorntreasurer@gmail.com for

payment options and additional information.

 

We are all in this together and wish the best for our neighbors.

POSTED 4/7/20

Pool Closed Until Further Notice due to Covid-19

 

Governor McMaster has issued an Executive Order to close all public swimming pools due to Codvi-19.

 

We do not know when our pool will be allowed to open but we will continue

to monitor the situation and keep everyone posted.

https://governor.sc.gov/sites/default/files/Documents/Executive-Orders/2020-03-31%20eFILED%20Executive%20Order%20No.%202020-17%20-%20Closure%20of%20Non-Essential%20Businesses.pdf

 

POSTED 4/5/20

You CAN make a difference Powderhorn!

Simpsonville is your stomping ground Powderhorn!  To make a change, everyone must start

somewhere and get involved.  

 

A good place to start to see what is going on in our beautiful little town of Simpsonville is to attend a

City Council meeting.  The agendas and meetings are posted on the City of Simpsonville website. 

The link is listed below for your convenience.  

 

https://www.simpsonville.com/meetings?field_microsite_tid_1=27  

 

Be SEEN.

Be HEARD.

Be a POSITIVE force in our great neighborhood!

REMINDER    REMINDER    REMINDER    REMINDER

If you would like to cut down trees, put up a fence, put an addition on your house, build a shed, etc.,

you MUST fill out an "Architectural Change Request" form BEFORE YOU HAVE THE WORK DONE and

submit it to the Architectural Director.

 

For additional information, please contact the Architectural Director at powderhornarchitectural@gmail.com.

 

Click here for the "Architectural Change Request" form.

All Powderhorn homeowners should receive a copy of the Powderhorn covenants when they move 

into the subdivision.  If you did not receive a copy of the Powderhorn covenants or if you need

another copy, please click here.

Board Meetings

The Powderhorn Homeowners Association (PHOA) meets every 2nd Monday of each month unless otherwise noted. 

All Powderhorn homeowners are always welcome to attend.

Clubhouse & Pool

Our clubhouse is available for our homeowners/residents to rent for a nominal fee.

Powderhorn does sell outside memberships to our pool each season.

Events

We are continually looking for ideas for events to hold for our homeowners. 

If you have any suggestions, please contact a current board member and let them know.  We appreciate your input.

Financials

All Powderhorn homeowners may check out our Financials page for Powderhorn budget summaries and P&L's of the PHOA. 

If you have any questions, please contact the current board Treasurer.

about us

The Powderhorn Homeowners Association, Inc was incorporated in 1977 and is located in Simpsonville, SC. 

The Powderhorn HOA is responsible for the amenities, assessment collections, landscape, payments, etc. for Powderhorn subdivision.

The street names in Powderhorn subdivision were named not only after Civil War battles but also locations important in the war.

Fun fact....The beautiful city of Simpsonville, SC has been home to numerous famous people such as professional golfers Justin Bolli & Lucas Glover, actress Danielle Brooks, NASCAR driver Shane Hall as well as other sports stars such as Chandler Catanzaro (New York Jets), Jamon Meredith (Green Bay Packers), Emilio Pagan (Oakland A’s) and Travelle Wharton (Carolina Panthers) to name just a few.

  • Annual Homeowners Meeting  5/31  3:00 pm

  • HOA Board Meeting  6/8  7:00 pm 

  • 4th of July Pool Party & Cornhole Tournament 7/4 11:00 am - 1:00 pm  Food will be served until we run out   1:00 pm Cornhole Tournament begins

How to find us...

PHYSICAL ADDRESS:

Powderhorn HOA

300 Powderhorn Rd

Simpsonville, SC 29681

MAILING ADDRESS:

Powderhorn HOA

PO Box 951

Simpsonville, SC 29681

864-967-3410

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