Stone Mountain

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Welcome to Stone Mountain!

Stone Mountain is a planned community consisting of 380 homes located in Stone Oak near Loop 1604 and Hwy 281.

All Stone Mountain residents pay a monthly assessment fee, which maintains the community and its amenities. Not only do we enjoy the use of our swimming pool, tennis courts, children's playground, clubhouse and recreational facilities, but also those facilities and our landscaped common areas increase the value of our homes.  Read More...

 

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City Issued Trash Cans and Recycling Program

Does anyone know when Stone Mountain will be placed on the City issued trash bin and recycling program?  I have lived here for 1-year now and I have not seen any steps being taken to move Stone... more
Started: May 22nd 2008Replies: 0

Drive by shooting in Arrowhead

I was forwarded an Neighborhood Watch Email from friends in Arrowhead. My concern, beyond the shooting itself, is that the letter refers to the shooter hiding at the driver's house in Stone Mountain.... more
Started: January 2nd 2008Replies: 0

trash cans

Last Friday I placed my trashcan on the sidewalk in preparation for trash pick up. On Saturday (early)evening when I arrived from visiting family, I realized someone took it upon themselves to drop... more
Started: September 4th 2007Replies: 0

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Reverse mortgage: the pros and cons
Fhahomesm Reverse mortgages can offer extra cash for seniors, but there are drawbacks. Learn what you should take into consideration before taking out a reverse mortgage. Seniors are feeling just as cash-strapped as...

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The National Do Not Call Registry List
Donotcallthumb The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) launched the National Do Not Call Registry to give Americans a choice about getting telemarketing calls at home. There are few things more annoying than unsolicited sales...
Building Communities Through Committees
Buildingcommunitythumb Creating a Committee To begin the committee selection process, it is advisable to hold an open meeting describing the types of committees available and their purpose. In order to guide each committee, a board ...
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