Notice: The Department of Public Health and Human Services tested the water quality of our lake on June 2 and June 10. The results came back that our lake has increased levels of a specific bacterial density that exceeds acceptable guidelines. Until further notice the Lake is closed. The lake will be tested again during the week of June 22, if the levels have fallen to within the acceptable range, the lake will reopen. Please contact a board member for any additional info. The board is currently working to achieve a solution to the problem, which most can guess is due to the geese. Click HERE to view the report.
Nextdoor.com Webpage Created for Shalimar Gardens!
A Nextdoor.com webiste has been created for Shalimar Gardens! Nextdoor is a simple and user-friendly private website that is social-network centered. Sign up HERE. It is completely free and is recommended by the Columbia Neighborhood Watch. Nextdoor allows people to communicate about happenings within their neighborhood, is becoming a very well known way to prevent crime in a neighborhood, as well as provide ways for neighbors to connect! Read about how St. Louis and its surrounding neighborhoods are using it HERE
Annual Members Meeting
The Annual Members Meeting was held at 6:30 pm on May 5, 2015 in Derby Ridge Elementary School. Click HERE to view the minutes from the meeting.
City Bus Route extended to Shalimar Gardens
Columbia City Bus #3 (Brown Route) is now passing through Shalimar Gardens. Bus stops are located on Burning Bush at Jasmine Way and Shalimar Dr.
To file a complaint about something that violates our covenants and restrictions, a complaint form must be submitted to our Management. This can be done by either sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com The formal complaint form and procedures can be obtained HERE, or by contacting a Board member HERE.