Community News

Front Entrance Lighting
After a few incidents at the front entrance, we have contracted to replace the wiring and lighting at the front entrance.  You may notice work happening soon and we will again have light on the entrance island.

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As Spring and Summer approach, the Geese population will again increase. Here are some things you can do to limit their impact on your property:

  • DON’T FEED THE GEESE! – Geese return to where the living is easy and free food is a big part of this.
  • Geese are a protected species so injuring, them is not an option.  Loud unexpected noises (Pot & Pan banging, Car Horns, Dog Barks) can deter them, but please respect you neighbors with your noise making time frame.
  • Geese don’t like Grape Juice – Grape juice contains methyl anthranilate which is unpalatable to Geese, spraying the perimeter of you property regularly with a diluted grape juice will help to keep them away.
  • The HOA is not responsible for Geese in or around your yards, homes, or ponds.  Just as we aren’t/can’t be responsible for rabbits, moles, birds, coyotes, and such.  Each homeowner is responsible for their property.

Here is a link to to help control the Geese population in local areas:

Rental Cap
With the updated Covenants a 10 home rental cap has been instituted for Gatewood. Any homeowner as of 12/31/2016 that has been using their property as a rental is requested to confirm your property to AMI. These homeowners are grandfathered into the rental cap until such a time as they sell their property.  Any new purchasers wishing to covert their property into a rental will be added to current rental cap list and as positions become vacant will be filled in order of requests to the rental cap. (If you have any questions, please contact Randy Collier at AMI).
Current Rentals:  7 – (as of 5/15/2024) – for updated info, call AMI
Rental Cap:             10
Wait List:                  7
Join your fellow neighbors online at  Nextdoor is the private social network for you, your neighbors and your community. It’s the easiest way for you and your neighbors to talk online and make all of your lives better in the real world. And it’s free. People are using Nextdoor to:

  • Quickly get the word out about a break-in
  • Organize a Neighborhood Watch Group
  • Track down a trustworthy babysitter
  • Find out who does the best paint job in town
  • Ask for help keeping an eye out for a lost dog
  • Find a new home for an outgrown bike
  • Finally call that nice man down the street by his first name

Nextdoor’s mission is to bring back a sense of community to the neighborhood, one of the most important communities in each of our lives.  Be Alert Please be alert for any potential threats to the neighborhood.  This includes any suspicious activity.  The Fishers Police have asked us to not hesitate if we see any unusual activity.  Thank you for helping to keep our community safe.

Town of Fishers Grass Ordinance
Association Management Inc. will be reporting properties in violation of the Town of Fishers Ordinance 120511A, passed 1-3-12, which states “It shall be the duty of any owner of real estate within the geographical limits of the town to cut and remove all weeds and rank vegetation growing upon such real estate when such weeds and rank vegetation exceed a height of eight inches, as measured from the ground, including but not limited to that portion of such real estate as is adjacent to or abutting upon any sidewalk, alley, or street.” Those in violation of the ordinance will receive an invoice reflecting the total cost incurred by the town in mowing the property, administrative costs associated with abating the violation, and a penalty amount of $250 for violating the ordinance.  Properties with overgrown grass and weeds can be reported to the Town of Fishers by using a form located here.

No Solicitation
You can pick up No Solicitation stickers at the Fishers Police Station or
print a copy here.