Important Information regarding ongoing requirements and changes in the Association as a result of COVID-19
All meetings will be held virtually only, until further notice, including Committee, Architectural Board, and Board of Directors meetings.
You can attend meeting at their regularly scheduled times by clicking here: https://www.gotomeet.me/ExeterHOA
The Annual Meeting will be held as a combination of in-person and online. There will be limited in-person seating. If interested in attending in person, please email us at
Tennis Courts: The Board has approved the reopening of the tennis courts with special considerations. Rules are posted on-site and all residents must have a signed waiver on file before using. Because distancing and usage of the tennis courts are limited in terms of maximum occupancy to play and there is no shared equipment to transmit COVID-19, the Board has decided it is safe to open with appropriate signage and other considerations. No doubles play will be permitted. Single person per side play only, with no more than 2 people per full court. The tennis courts may not be used for any purpose other than playing tennis. If anyone violates these rules, the courts may be shut down immediately without further warning. The waiver is available here.
Pool: The Pool Committee has submitted a pool reopening plan, however, there is a national lifeguard shortage and our area has no lifeguards available at present. Anyone interested in applying would need to do so immediately at The Board will be discussing the issue at the meeting next Thursday, July 23.
Playgrounds, Courts, and Clubhouse: These facilities will remain closed during Phase 3. After extensive discussion with legal counsel and review of the health guidelines, the HOA, like any everywhere else, would be required to hire staff to clean each playground, enforce social distancing, and screen users for COVID-19. Because the Association has no full-time staff and does not have the ability to hire staff without exceptional cost and limited benefit to residents, the Board has decided these facilities will remain closed until health guidelines say it is safe to reopen them. While we understand other facilities in our area may have opened, the Board will continue to follow the guidance of the legal counsel and in accordance with State and local requirements. We continue to work with the best interest of residents in mind and have explored all options. If you have any questions regarding the existing requirements, please refer to the Center for Disease Control website or the COVID-19 guidance from the Commonwealth of Virginia.