Posted on August 25, 2020

Who is a member of the Stonegate Country Club?

Membership to the club is limited to homeowners that fall within the Stonegate homeowners association. Homes living on or west of Lake Blvd are included in the Stonegate community, as are homes north of Tiber Avenue. Additionally, there are seven apartment complexes on or near Lake Blvd. who have access to our facilities for a limited number of tenants. These complexes include Stonegate Village, The Trees, Portage Bay, Clubside, Lakeshore, Eastlake, and The Willows. Residents of these complexes should contact their apartment managers regarding access.

I don’t live in Stonegate. Can I be a member?

Unfortunately, no. At present, the Stonegate Country Club does not provide day passes or memberships to non-Stonegate residents. Members may bring a non-member with them to use the facility, but the member must stay with their guest for the duration of their visit.

What does the Homeowners Association do?

The Stonegate Master Association, which does business as the Stonegate Country Club, helps ensure affordable social and recreational opportunities for all members while protecting and enhancing their investment. The HOA oversees the upkeep of the country club facilities located at 919 Lake Blvd., as well as overseeing and enforcing the architectural and maintenance standards of the Stonegate community.

What amenities do you offer?

The Stonegate Country Club has six tennis courts, a 25-yard heated lap pool, two seasonal recreational pools, a fitness center, a recreation field, picnic areas, and a basketball court. The 4,000 square foot Clubhouse is routinely used for weddings, parties, and other special events. Additionally, members are invited to take canoes and paddleboats out onto our 17-acre lake.

Do I need architectural approval for a renovation?

If you are conducting a like-for-like repair on the exterior of your property, or if the renovation is limited to the interior of your house, the association does not require you to seek approval. However, any modification to the exterior appearance of your house requires approval from the association’s Architectural Review Committee. The Architectural Review Committee routinely meets on the third Thursday of each month; please submit the following application with supporting documentation to ensure timely approval.

I live in a condominium in the Stonegate neighborhood. Why do I have two sets of HOA dues?

There are four condominiums in the Stonegate neighborhood—Sunset Villas, Stonegate Woods, Lakeside Greens #1, and Lakeside Greens #2. Those condominium owners are members of both the Stonegate master association and the relevant condominium sub-association. Please check with the management of the appropriate sub-association to verify dues and operating rules.