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Amesbury Lake Homes Association, Inc.
 
Amesbury Lake Homes Association is a Rodrock Development community that started construction in 1997.  The association was initially made up of three different subdivisions, Windsor Ridge of Amesbury Lake, Brook Haven of Amesbury Lake and Grayson Mills of Amesbury Lake. 
 
In 2013, our neighboring property was developed by Bickimer Construction.  At that time, Amesbury Lake Homes Association agreed to add Quailwood by the Lake to the homes association, bringing the fourth entity into the homes association.
 
All in all, the homes association is made up of 365 homes.  They share common grounds on the perimeter of the community as well as a beautiful swimming pool facility with pump room, bathrooms, combined swimming and baby pool and parking.  Various monuments line the entrances of the community including the dual fountains at the entrance of 141st and Pflumm.  The signature wrought iron and stone columns surround much of the association.
 
Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.
 
 
 
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Pool Opening Update
Amesbury Lake Homes Association
COVID-19 Pool Reopening Process


The Board of Directors of Amesbury Lake Homes Association ("ALHA") will be following guidelines illustrated in the State of Kansas "Ad Astra -- A Plan to Reopen Kansas". ALHA will be moving from phase to phase as the State of Kansas and Johnson County governments allow. Members are asked to assist us in abiding by the rules set forth in the reopening document that can be located here.

On Tuesday, the Governor made the announcement that association pools may not open during Phase 2.  Assuming the state will be transitioning to Phase 3 as scheduled, the earliest we can open the association pool will be:

MONDAY, JUNE 8th

While the maximum number allowed at the pool facility is strictly limited in the State plan (max. 45 people), Johnson County Environmental has authorized to allow us to calculate a greater number than the State.  Once we have determined this number, it will be posted on the ALHA website and at the gate to the pool.
 
Other reopening conditions included in Phase 3 are as follows:
 
·         Maximize social distancing practices
·         Masks are encouraged
·         Frequent hand washing is encouraged
 
We will keep the community updated on the status of the pool reopening as new information becomes available.
 
ALHA is implementing some measures to help promote social distance: 
 
·         Daily cleaning and sanitizing the facility (including bathrooms, door handles, chairs, deck, etc.)
·         Chairs will be placed no closer than six feet apart (other stacked chairs will be available for families)
·         Guests will not be permitted
·         Parties will not be permitted
·         Additional cleaning supplies and soap will be purchased for vendor and member use
·         Members should consider bringing personal disinfectant wipes, hand sanitizer etc.
 
If residents do not work together to comply with the reopening requirements, ALHA reserves the right to close the pool or to take pool privileges away.
 
PLEASE BE RESPECTFUL OF OTHER MEMBERS.  CONSIDER OTHER FAMILIES AND LIMIT YOUR FAMILY TIME AT THE POOL.  MAINTAIN SOCIAL DISTANCE.  BE SAFE!​​​​
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143rd Street Beautification Project
 
 
Finally!  After a year of meetings, negotiation and bidding, the Amesbury Lake Board of Directors is proud to announce that the beautification of 143rd Street is about to begin!
 
As you are probably aware, the homes association common areas on the north side of 143rd Street were severely damaged by new asphalt and concrete installation as well as vehicle and equipment operation by the subcontractors hired by the City of Olathe (in conjunction with Overland Park). to expand 143rd Street.
 
The Amesbury Lake Board had delayed its planned installation of new landscaping at the monuments of both Grayson Mills entrances for a year, in anticipation of the completion of the expansion.  The new Board also budgeted for the installing of additional irrigation between the existing irrigated monuments.  The project was to be completed this spring.  
 
However, during the initial irrigation installation process, we realized that the City's crews had completely destroyed both existing irrigation systems that watered the landscape beds and flowers at the Grayson Mills' entrances.  In an effort to ensure that Amesbury Lake residents would not have to pay for those expensive repairs, meetings and negotiation with the City of Olathe began.  Bids were taken and approval from the City to pay their portion of irrigation project was pursued.  We were able to secure more than $15,000 to fully cover the cost of the damage (but then had to wait for both Overland Park and Olathe to approve their portions of the overall expense).  Money will be forthcoming and releases have been reviewed and signed.  Now work can begin.
 
In the next few weeks, we will be installing a new irrigation system that not only replaces the old system around the monuments but we will include mist heads in the landscape beds to reduce the cost of watering flowers each year.  We will also install a new line along the entire length of our common property (from west side of Gillette to the east side of Westgate).  This will allow us to water the turf and any new trees or other plantings that are installed in the future.  And as planned in 2016, we will be installing the new landscaping materials in the four beds at the two pairs of monuments. 
 
The project will be completed this fall and should dramatically improve the appearance of the Amesbury Lake Homes Association grounds in the area.  We wish to thank all those residents effected by the project (and its several setbacks and delays) for their patience and understanding during this process.  Hopefully the wait will be worth it!  

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Tired of writing and mailing checks?  If so, you can now pay HOA dues online.  Click on the icon below for more information.
 
 

 
Amesbury Lake Architectural Control Process
 
Please remember that if you are doing any exterior modifications to your home, you need to go through the ALHA Architectural Control Process. You can locate the form to fill out on the "Architectural Review" section on this site.  
 
Please remember that the Architectural Control COmmittee ("ACC") is made up of volunteers wihtin the community. While submissions are typically reveiwed promptly, sometimes committee members' schedules will require some additional time to address.  We always thank you for your patience.  
 
If you have any questions, please contact Home Association Solutions at (913)825-0001.
 

 

 
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