Britton Farms Mailbox Regulations

Britton Farms homeowners…as a reminder, per our restrictive covenants, “All mail boxes within the Subdivision shall be of a coordinated design and construction as determined by Grantor.”

Britton Farms mailboxes are to be a standard size, black with red flag, and black numbers. The color of the post is to be Sherwin Williams SW6089 Grounded in a flat formula.

Britton Farms Mailbox Post Color

Britton Farms Mailbox Post Color

Yard of the Month: August 2016

Here are the August nominees for Yard of the Month. Please vote by midnight on September 5th. Thank you to our August judge and thanks in advance to all of you that will be voting for your favorite! If you are interested in judging for September, please message me or email me at! Fresh eyes are always good and in order to keep this going, we really need more neighborhood involvement.

Please vote by commenting below!

BFHA Meeting

IMG_1051Who:     All Britton Farms homeowners
What:    BFHA Meeting
When:   Wednesday, August 3, 7:00 pm
Where:  Crossings Community Church (corner of Davidson and Britton Parkway)
Why:      Discussions concerning the home on Strayer Drive. Patrick Rafter, President and CEO of Creating Housing and the BFHA Executive Board will be on hand to answer questions about this property.

Update: 4634 Strayer Dr.

Strayer DrTo:       Members of the Britton Farms Home Owners Association
From:  Ed Kampbell, President / representing the elected Board of the BFHOA
Re:       4634 Strayer

The Board has directed me to provide the membership with notice of the planned use for the residence located at 4634 Strayer Drive (corner of Britton Farms Drive and Strayer Drive). This residence was recently purchased by Creative Housing to provide up to 4 adult special needs individuals with the opportunity to live on their own in a community of single family residences. The remodeling currently underway to make this happen has unfortunately sparked all kinds of speculation, rumors, and concerns due to the lack of any earlier communication with the Board by Creative Housing. To their defense, however, they are not required to serve us with any kind of notice in advance because this group of individuals are covered by the Fair Housing Act which prohibits housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, disability, familial status, or national origin. Its coverage includes private housing such as we have here in Britton Farms, and makes it unlawful for one to discriminate in any aspect of selling or renting housing or to deny a dwelling to a buyer or a renter because of the disability of that individual, or a group of individuals who intend to live in that residence.

The Board has further called for a Special Meeting of the HOA membership on Wednesday evening, August 3rd. This meeting will provide residents the opportunity to speak directly with Mr. Patrick Rafter, President of Creative Housing, to understand the non-profit organization he represents and the performance his organization has demonstrated with over 400 of these homes to date. He has also promised to bring along one or more of the parents who have children currently living in a Creative Housing property who will no doubt be able to articulate what these rental residences mean to the families of these individuals and the individuals themselves. Look for additional information to come as to the time and location of this informational meeting as soon as we have secured the location where it will be held.

Britton Farms July 4 Bike Parade 2016

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Britton Farms Annual July 4 Bike Parade (especially those that volunteered as well). It was so fun to see all the kids and their bikes. 🇺🇸🚴🇺🇸 We are working on improving in any way possible for next year and would love to hear suggestions/requests for next year while its fresh in your mind. Feel free to email Sarah at