Dartmouth Community Services Association

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Welcome to the Dartmouth Community Services Association website!  This website is intended to generally acquaint the public with our neighborhood, the City of Wildwood, nearby parks and our highly regarded school district, Rockwood R-VI.  We are also within an easy walk to St. Alban Roe Catholic Church and Babler Elementary School.

Dartmouth was established in the mid 1990's with different "phases" being constructed as the development progressed.  We are comprised of 131 homes, located close to the intersection of Highway 109 and Clayton Road, on the North side of Clayton Road directly across from Lafayette High School.  We have two entrances into the subdivision off of Clayton Road, but due to the geography within the subdivision, once inside the two "halves" do not join. 

Dartmouth has several acres of common ground, split fairly evenly between grass areas and deep woods.  Many homes within Dartmouth touch common ground in one way or another and the Dartmouth CSA is responsible for the maintenance of all of these areas.  We also maintain the three monuments that, at one time, identified the three primary developments.  We treat the different sections as one large group now.

Dartmouth is a deed-restricted community with a set of indentures that clearly define the duties and responsibilities of the residents and the role of the Association.  We have an excellent relationship with the City of Wildwood and they have been very supportive.  Basically, the Dartmouth CSA is charged with enforcing the indentures, and establishing, collecting, and managing the annual assessments.  The bulk of our funds go to common ground maintenance and street lighting.

If you spend a minute on the website, you will find much more information on whatever general topic that you desire.  Please be advised that specific subdivision business requires a login and password, available only to Dartmouth residents.  This includes meeting minutes and financial information, as well as what your neighborhood assessment pays for.  You will also find a method of communicating with the Association should you have any additional questions or comments. 


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