As our Club Members are aware we have provided a 60 day notice of our intent to gift the Club to the YMCA of the Triangle as well as the green space to the East to be used for YMCA parks and recreation activities.
This gift is given with excitement, to provide expanded programs for all Flowers Plantation residents who wish to participate in the YMCA’s extensive adult, youth and family programming. These programs include personal training, health and wellness programs, group fitness classes, after school care, summer day camps, aquatics programs, volunteer opportunities and more. We understand there are a lot of questions about this change to our Club. We are listening to our members and using this page as a way to answers questions that arise. The YMCA has began providing modified, free community group fitness classes outside potentially Mon-Wed-Fri from 9:00 am till 9:45 am. . Full YMCA programming will begin in the fall after the transfer of ownership as restrictions are lifted from the pandemic. For more information and to sign up for updates from the YMCA follow the link below.
We are making every effort to have refund distributed by July 2, 2020.
You will receive pro-rated monthly fees for the months, days, for which you paid and could not use the club due to COVID-19 closure. There are 11 days of March 2020.
Johnston County has seen over 200 new cases of COVID-19 in the last week. The liability for the owner and the risks for the family is much too great to open at this time.
YES! The YMCA is planning now a series of outside programs and will be announcing shortly. We will also post those.
The many changes in Flowers Plantation has raised values for over 30 years! The pace is getting greater and there are many new announcements to come! We do not have a “Tool” to gauge the present transition. We anticipate that the change should do nothing but give rise to more marketing and activity and interest in this area. If any resident believes otherwise we would be happy to review any evidence that home values have been negatively affected.
The Bar will transition to the Dr. Watson Inn. There will be a catered meal weekly for those who wish to make reservations. Announcements will be coming soon.
If the question is in regard to Flowers Plantation: Info@FlowersPlantation.com
There is not a definite date for inside activities due to the COVID-19 restrictions and increase in numbers of cases. However, stay abreast of thehttps://www.YMCATriangle.org/Pineville to keep updated.
The Owner of the Club is gifting the club for the benefit of the families and their enjoyment of a much broader program of amenities. Everyone in The Village was made aware by notice approximately three weeks ago. This notice may be found on the Flowers Plantation website under The Pineville Club title.
The Club was never a private club as was originally intended. The Village Residents did not wish to carry the fees required to operate at that level. Therefore, non-resident memberships have always been offered. Complaints continue in regard to how “HIGH” the monthly family dues cost.
Parking needs currently will be met by the present parking lot and the larger parking area to the northeast that was paved approximately two years ago. The area just outside of Savannah Lane on The Pineville Boulevard may be used for a short term, if needed, prior to the completion of adding additionally the new parking area that was planned at the conception of the Club and is available for additional parking, when needed.
Yes….If the Village residents wish to continue with the Village covenants and the monthly fees attached, even though the NW Flowers Parkway, The Village Boulevard, nor Beckwith Avenue expense is not being carried by the Village residents, then yes! The Club was annexed both into the Village and The Foundation. It has paid dues since it was opened. The formula is based on 37 instead of 1 per homeowner. In 2020… The Club paid $6,671 as its’ annual January contribution to the Foundation and in monthly payments a total of $19,980 to The Village.
Currently these roads are NOT fully funded by the dues collected from the residents. There are dues from The Club to both The Flowers Plantation Foundation, Inc. and The Village HOA, Inc. in monthly dues payments. Refer to question 4. The YMCA would continue paying the amounts stated; that have been paid since the club opened in 2008.
The YMCA plans to offer after school care at the club, however, there is no decision if it will be discontinued at the River Dell Elementary. It is doubtful it will be discontinued, however.
Flowers YMCA will offer activities for all age groups. For inquiries about specific activities, please contact Jon Mills at Jon.Mills@YMCATriangle.org