Woodstream HOA


Newsletter October 2017


A note from the President:

Hello neighbors,

I want to say thank you to all the residents for diligently working on your properties. We are looking forward to continuing the efforts to improve our community and the monthly property inspections from the ACC committee have been beneficial in this area. If you are wanting to make any changes to your property, remember to fill out an ACC form and submit it to the secretary for approval. You can find the all forms and other information regarding our neighborhood on our website www.woodstreamhoa.org .

Please remember each board member is a volunteer and we are trying to make the right decisions for what is the best for the community. If you would like to volunteer your time, please contact the secretary. Our board meetings are scheduled the 3rd Wednesday on each month at 6pm in the Dallas Public House.

What can “YOU” do for your community to make it a better place to live?


Craig Stewart


Woodstream Civic Association, Inc.


From the Pool Deck

The pool closed on October 2, for the season. Look for pool key distribution dates in early spring on the website.

The ACC Corner

Congrats to you all for great work improving your homes throughout the summer.  It has definitely been noticed and the ACC committee members jobs are getting easier and quite frankly, more rewarding.  We have had numerous homes sell for over $200k including one selling for $237k a month ago.  This could not happen if everyone wasn’t doing their part in making Woodstream desirable by everyone.

With every round of inspections, we always seem to get a handful of complaints which is to be expected.  I wanted to take a minute to explain how our process works.  We have 3 members of our ACC committee.  Each member completes their monthly inspection independently within a 5 day window.  The Vice President oversees that process making sure that all 3 are being fair but thorough.  The VP then compares all 3 inspection reports.  If a home is found to be in violation by 2 of the 3 inspectors, it is considered a valid offense and a letter is mailed.  The review process along with generating letters, folding letters, putting them in envelopes, and mailing them out takes about 5-10 days depending on schedules and the number of violations written.

Some of the complaints have been that the violation was already taken care of before the homeowner received the letter.  That could be completely true but it doesn’t mean that you weren’t in violation at the time of the inspection.  It those cases, the violation and possibly a fine would be legitimate and therefore would be sustained.

The good news is the number of violations has went down considerably since this Board of Directors and ACC team began taking action in April.  Again, we appreciate all of your hard work.  Your neighbors appreciate it as well.  We’ve even had realtors mention how much better the subdivision looks compared to past years. 

Job Well Done!!!


Local Events


Come out to Logan Farm Park on Saturday, October 28 for a spooky good time!  The event will be held from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on the large field at the Administrative Office Entrance to the park, 4762 Logan Rd.  For a minimal charge, each child can participate in many different carnival type games and activities where they can win candy and prizes.  Costume contests, broken up into varying age groups, will be going on throughout the event.  There will also be a FREE hayride!



The fourth annual Historic Downtown Acworth Beer & Wine Festival will take place on Saturday, November 4 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Senator Russell Avenue.  Come out and join us and enjoy over 100 craft beers, wine, live music, great food, and TONS of fun!  This event is for people 21 and older, no kids or pets will be allowed.

For additional details – www.acworthbeerwinefest.com.

Events in Atlanta:


The Historic Fourth Ward Park 10/20/2017 – 10/22/2017

Taste of Atlanta, the city’s premier bites and bevs fest, is looking ahead to its Sweet 16 anniversary this Oct. 20-22, moving the feast to a brand-new home in Historic Fourth Ward Park.