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Holiday Lighting Competition
Posted on Dec 1st, 2021 Comments (0)
4th ANNUAL NEIGHBORHOOD HOLIDAY LIGHTING COMPETITION! Enter by posting a picture of your Holiday lights on this FB page by no later than December 24th. Please don't respond on this post with picture but rather create a new post. If you have a neighbor that is not on social media - you can post a picture of their house and enter the contest for them. However, if it is not your house...please make sure you note that on the post. Then Vote on the pictures you like the most by LIKING the photo. The 3 pictures with the most LIKES by December 25th will receive a Gift Card from the HOA. Let's make the neighborhood look festive!
*The Association Facebook page is private.  If you would like to join, but are having difficulties, contact the Community Association Manager;
Community Garage Sale
Posted on May 28th, 2021 Comments (0)
A Crestview HOA community garage sale has been scheduled for this spring.
This is a great opportunity to clean out your garage, or maybe discover a treasure one of your neighbors had stored away in theirs.
The sale will be June 12th and 13th.  
All residents are encouraged to take advantage of the additional traffic through the neighborhood this event is expected to bring.
Fish Kill
Posted on May 28th, 2021 Comments (0)
A large number of dead fish were reported floating in Turtle Pond, near the playground this morning.  
The pond treatment company reported the dead fish are shad, which are notoriously subject to die-offs while other species are unaffected.
Someone will be returning to remove the dead fish later this weekend, as the weather allows.
Board Meeting Rescheduled
Posted on May 10th, 2021 Comments (0)
Due to the majority of the members having schedule conflicts, the Board meeting scheduled for tonight has been postponed.
Tentative reschedule date is Monday, May 17th.
Posted on Apr 23rd, 2021 Comments (0)
Now is a great time to take notice of maintenance issues around your home.
How is your mailbox and post looking?
When the homes in Crestview were built, they all had matching mailboxes and posts. 
Over the years, some of them have been replaced or altered with various colors, materials, and styles, while others have been neglected and allowed to fall into disrepair.
Uniform mailboxes not only look better for the community, they are required by the Covenants, Section 9.A.v.
The standards that have been approved have been posted in the Documents section of this website.
Vendors who can provide the proper equipment and even install it for you are also shown on that document.
Make certain any updates your mailbox needs are done in compliance with those standards.
Spring Membership Meeting
Posted on Apr 9th, 2021 Comments (0)
Monday, April 12, 2021
The spring meeting of the HOA membership will be on Monday at 6:00pm.
All homeowners are invited to attend and hear about the upcoming events the Board has planned for the community.
See the posting in the Upcoming Events section for the link to join the Zoom meeting.
At the end of the meeting, homeowners will be given an opportunity to ask questions.
The Board is still looking for volunteers to create committees and assist with activities.
Updated Board Meeting Schedule
Posted on Mar 29th, 2021 Comments (0)
The 2021 schedule for Board meetings has been updated.
Beginning in April, the Board plans to meet on the second Monday of each month at 6:00pm.
See the Upcoming Events tab for the dates through the end of 2021.  
While members of the Association are welcome to attend any Board meeting, a special invitation is being extended to all for the meeting on April 12th.
The spring town hall meeting will give the Board a chance to discuss upcoming events and plans for the community beyond the normal formality of Board meetings.
Board Meeting Rescheduled
Posted on Mar 10th, 2021 Comments (0)
Due to scheduling conflicts, the Board has rescheduled the March Board meeting from tonight to Monday, March 15.
The Zoom link included in the meeting schedule in the Calendar of Events should still work for the new date.
As always, homeowners are welcome to listen in on Board meetings.
If you have a question or concern you want to address to the Board, you are asked to contact the Community Association Manager, David Paul, to be added to the meeting's agenda.
Attendees not on the agenda may be given an opportunity to ask questions at the end of the meeting, as time allows.
Meetings will not be allowed to last longer than two hours.
David Paul, CAM
Ardsley Management
(317) 259-0383 ext. 237
2020 Annual Meeting Report
Posted on Nov 17th, 2020 Comments (0)
2020 Annual Meeting Virtual Attendance Link
Posted on Nov 16th, 2020 Comments (0)
In recognition of homeowner concerns about attending the annual meeting in person, the Board has decided to provide an opportunity to attend virtually.
Zoom is a free app available through the usual providers for both Android and Apple devices.
Please sign in using your first and last name so it can be more easily determined which Lot you represent.  
If a corresponding address cannot be confirmed, your attendance cannot be counted towards establishing a quorum.
If prompted for a password it is HOA
Those who would like to may still attend the meeting in-person at the Holiday Inn Express at 15131 Thatcher Lane.
SIgn-in will begin at 6:15 with the meeting being called to order at 6:30.
Attendees are asked to wear a mask throughout the meeting and practice social distancing.
If you have further questions or need to submit a proxy, contact the management company.
On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
David Paul
Community Association Manager
Ardsley Management
2020 Annual Meeting
Posted on Nov 13th, 2020 Comments (0)
2020 Annual Meeting
This letter is to inform the residents of the Crest View Homeowners Association of the 2020 Annual Community Meeting.  It will be held on November 16th, 2020 at 6:30 p.m. at the Holiday Inn Express at 15131 Thatcher Lane, Carmel, IN 46033.
Homeowner sign-in will begin at 6:15pm with the meeting being called to order promptly at 6:30.
Attendance at the annual meeting is important as it offers the best opportunity for homeowners to voice their concerns about the Association, and for the Board to share matters affecting the community.
If you are not able to attend, please complete the enclosed proxy form so that you may still be counted towards a quorum.  From those homeowners in attendance in-person, a drawing will be held for a free ½-year’s assessment.
Homeowners interested in joining the Board of Directors or volunteering to be a part of an architectural review board or other roles are asked to complete the enclosed nomination form.
We look forward to seeing you at this meeting.
Crest View Homeowners Association,
Board of Directors
**Masks are required.  Appropriate social distancing is encouraged.**
If you have questions or need replacement forms, please contact the Community Association Manager via
Limited Trash Collection
Posted on Mar 25th, 2020 Comments (0)
Health and safety precautions related to the Covid-19 outbreak are affecting everyone and all aspects of our lives.
Republic Services has announced it is limiting its residential collection practices, just as many other carriers and counties have, to protect their workers.
In many areas landscape debris and bulk or heavy pickup has been suspended.
Drivers are not currently authorized to leave their trucks in communities where rolling bins are provided, and only the contents of the bin will be picked up.
In communities where bins are not provided, workers will only collect bagged trash, weighing less than 50 pounds, to limit their exposure to contaminated materials.
As always, refuse of any kind should not be placed at the curb until just prior to collection to prevent the spread of litter and keep the community looking tidy.
At this time, any item that exceeds the capacity of the provided bin (or cannot be bagged if your community does not have bins) should not be placed at the curb unless you first confirm with the collection company they will load it.
Items not collected should be removed from the curb and stored out of sight until suitable arrangements can be made or these restrictions are lifted.
Crest View Architectural Request Form
Posted on Jun 5th, 2017 Comments (0)
If you are wanting to change the color of your siding or roof, an architectural request form would need to be filled out.  If you are replacing your siding or roof with the same color as you currently have, an architectural request form would not need to be filled out.
All Architectural requests should be accompanied by a site plan showing the location of the proposed improvement and its distance between the home and all property lines. Failure to provide this could lead to a denial of your proposed project. Please contact property manager if you have any questions, and to submit your request. You may mail, e-mail, or fax your request to the following: 
Crestview HOA  
Attn: David Paul
3002 East 56th Street Indianapolis IN 46220
PHONE: (317) 259-0387 Ext. 237
FAX: (317) 259-0387
City of Westfield adds Interactive Road Work Map to WebSite
Posted on Oct 3rd, 2014
Westfield, IN- Westfield’s residents will now be able to stay up-to-date on the city’s roadwork thanks to an interactive map.
“We’re always trying to make residents’ lives easier and I think this is a great use of our GIS technology,” Mayor Andy Cook said. “There’s a lot of construction and road work that can affect typical travel routes, so we hope this map will make it easier for our residents to get around Westfield.”
The map is updated in real time, and allows residents to see areas where road closures or lane restrictions may impact their commute. By clicking on a particular area of construction, residents can also see a description of the project and anticipated completion date.
The map is available on Westfield’s home page at by clicking the “Road Projects” tab.  
Coping with Coyotes
Posted on Sep 2nd, 2014 Comments (0)
“Most coyotes pose little threat to humans. The problems generally start when people feed coyotes, even if that feeding is unintentional.”                              – Stanley Gehrt,                                
Ohio State University researcher