Welcome to the Weaver Woods North Homeowners Association Website!

This site was designed to provide community information to the property owners, residents, potential buyers and real estate professionals representing buyers and sellers in the Hamilton County Indiana Community of Weaver Woods North. Weaver Woods North is a 205-lot single-family neighborhood in Fishers, Indiana. It is conveniently located off of Allisonville Road, north of 141st Street. This website presents online access to new and up-to-date information, as well as interesting activities for all residents of Weaver Woods North. All the things you need to know to live happily in our neighborhood! If you have any questions do not hesitate to call us for help. (317) 682-0571


For information about road closings
and community updates pertaining to the 37 Project, please visit 37thrives.com


Mailbox and Post

Our community strives to keep our mailboxes uniform. In the event that any mailboxes need to be repaired or replaced, the following will happen.

If the mailbox itself is in need of repair or replacement, your HOA Board will take care of it and you, the homeowner, will be notified via mail prior to repair or replacement. This cost is courtesy of your HOA Board.

In the event that the mailbox post needs to be replaced, it will be the homeowner’s responsibility to have it taken care of. The cost will be the responsibility of the homeowner as well. We strongly suggest that you use Mailbox Solutions for the replacement of your post.

Thank you for helping to make our community a beautiful place to live.

 


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Rocks in Ponds
Also, we are trying to preserve our ponds, please do not allow your children and or their friends to throw the rocks used in the rip rap into the ponds.