Gatling Pointe Community Association
The holidays are quickly approaching and it’s time to start to get in the spirit of the season. Continuing with GPCA’s annual tradition of decorating the front entrance, volunteers are needed for the event. Details are as follows:
When: Saturday, November 20, 2021, 8:30 a.m.
Where: GPCA Front Entrance
Questions: Please contact the Board of Directors
Anyone wanting to assist is asked to just show up – there is no sign-up required ahead of time.
The lights won’t “go live” until Thanksgiving Eve and for all who would like to volunteer their time to this annual event, it will be greatly welcomed and appreciated. Coffee and refreshments will be provided.
Use the guide below to determine whether or not an ARB application is required to be submitted for exterior modifications to your home or property. It is advised not to start any work or enter into any obligations for work until the ARB has been engaged and approval of your submission is granted.
If needed, corresponding articles and sections from Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions Applicable to All Property in Gatling Pointe and other guidance is provided for reference.
If you don’t see an item relevant to your project, are unsure if an application is needed, or have a question in general, please email the ARB for clarification or assistance.
When: November 6, 2021 (donation bags will be delivered to homes on October 31 or November 1, 2021
Details: Support the Isle of Wight Christian Outreach Program’s food bank supporting families in right here in Isle of Wight County (read the event flyer for additional details)
Questions? Please call or text Rob Estes at 757-285-7085
Registration has closed – an announcement will be made in the Spring for the next scheduled event
Residents are reminded of the following key dates as they apply to open burning in Isle of Wight (IoW) County:
Gatling Pointe is located outside of a Development Service District and open burning is governed by Chapter 7 of the IoW County Virginia Code of Ordnances. Specifically, Section 7-15 provides guidance on permissible open burning; sections 7-17 and 7-18 should also be noted. Additionally, the following conditions must be met during any instance of open burning:
Considerations such as burning wet leaves and health factors should be given to fellow residents and above all else, safety must be given the highest priority.
The Gatling Pointe Community Yard Sale is scheduled for Saturday, October 23rd, from 8 am – 12 pm – rain or shine (no rain date). To register, click below – a minimum of 10 participating homes is needed to host the community sale.
Here is what to expect:
Tips for Yard Sale Folks: