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Fairfield Forest

Owners Association

Denver, NC

Fairfield Forest is a Hecht Development community located in eastern Lincoln County, near the shores of Lake Norman.   

City: Denver
Lot Sizes:  0.27 to 0.53
Architectural Review:  Yes
Water:  County Water
Sewer:  County Sewer
Utilities:  Duke Energy  / Lincoln County Public Works
Grinder Maintenance: McCall Brothers - 704 -399-1506
Schools:  Lincoln County Schools 
- St. James Elementary
- North Lincoln Middle      
- North Lincoln High

Special Features:
- Sidewalks and Streetlights
- All Brick Community
- Convenient to Highway 16
Located close to Westport Golf Course, Swim, Tennis and Library

So why the colorful painting 

in Fairfield Forest?!

If you have been wondering why all the painting along Pine Glade and Shiny Leaf, here is your answer. It is not because it is Halloween. It is because someone has called in to NC811 ahead of a planned dig in the neighborhood. A cable company is planning to install some type of cable along both roads. When someone calls NC811, all utility providers must mark their utilities so they are not hit during any excavation. As Fairfield Forest owns the low pressure sewer system in the neighborhood, Ron Geiger, as our Utility Contact Person, oversees getting the sewer lines marked. Green is for Sewer, Blue is for Water (marked by the County), Orange is for communication lines Yellow is for Gas (which we don’t have) and Red is for electric. We don’t know which side of the road they plan to use, nor do we know which company it is. The company must get NCDOT approval to install lines in the road right-of-way as NCDOT owns and maintains the right-of-way. Keep in mind the right-of-way goes about 10 feet behind the back of the curb on both sides, therefore that could mean they will dig in your yard. If so, they are required to restore the ground. The markings represent approximate locations of the lines within 18 inches. Keep this in mind when planting.


If anyone has questions, or concerns about this matter, 

please contact Ron Geiger at

704-966-0571, or email RGeiger@hdrinc.com.

This community is managed by 
Hecht Property Management in Denver, NC. 
If you have any questions, please contact 704-489-9949 or 
2018 Annual Fees

Annual HOA Dues $467.00
($116.75 quarterly)

Annual Grinder Inspection $175.00 + applicable taxes
($46.71 with taxes quarterly)

Fairfield Forest Board of Directors

President Lisa Ciaravella            
Vice President Alex Maslow
Secretary          Robin Schappert
Treasurer  Sandie Tallman

Architectural Control Committee (ACC)

Jacob Robinson
Hal Burke

Please contact the Hecht Property Management office if you have any questions pertaining to the ACC of your community.
All modifications to the exterior landscaping or hardscape of your home must be submitted for review by the ACC.
Please complete the Hardscape Application and return to your Association Manager for processing.

Prior to commencing any work to your home's exterior hardscape and/or landscape, please submit an application for review by your community's ACC.

Plot map, photos, samples and/ or brochures are required with your application.  Please include the scope of the project and location of plants, shrubs, trees and hardscape items. The ACC will approve, disapprove or make recommendations to \ all submissions within thirty (30) days after receipt of an application. 

Please read your community documents (CCRs) before commencing an exterior project.

The Hardscape & Landscape form to submit an application for review by the ACC can be found on the right hand tab on this page under the "ACC FORMS" section.

fairfield forest plat

 click the above link to 
pay your HOA Dues online 
through AppFolio

If you have not set up your account 
to pay online, 
send an email request to 
HOA@HechtPropertyMgmt.com and a link will be provided to you. 
Get Directions To:
Pine Glade Drive
Denver NC 28037

Pursuant to N.C.G.S. Section 7A-38.3F, the association is required to notify its members yearly that members and the association may request voluntary mediation of any dispute with the association arising under the North Carolina [Planned Community Act], or under the association's declaration, bylaws, or rules and regulations, other than a dispute relating solely to the failure to pay dues or assessments. Either party can decline to engage in mediation for any reason. The procedure for requesting mediation is set forth in the statute.