Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is the Chevington Village Civic Association?
The Chevington Village Civic Association (CVCA) is a homeowners association. It has been incorporated as an Ohio not-for-profit corporation as provided for in the restricting covenants attached to each deed in the subdivision. It is governed by a Board of Trustees who are elected by the members (basically all lot owners) and serve staggered two-year terms. Trustees are elected at an annual meeting (usually each May) to replace those whose terms have expired.
2. What does the CVCA do?
The CVCA is an association of and for the homeowners in Chevington Village. Its guiding principle is to represent the community interest as a whole. The association’s primary tasks are to maintain CVCA infrastructure such as the entry gates and greenspace. The CVCA also pays for the entryway lighting and can intervene in deed compliance issues. All residents are encouraged to participate in your “civic affairs” and discuss matters of concern with the trustees. Active participation will serve to promote Chevington Village as a great place to live and prosper.
3. Why is Chevington Village sometimes referred to as Easton Village?
Conceived in the early 1970’s, the subdivision was planned and remains identified on legal paperwork as “Easton Village”. The developers changed the publicly known name to “Chevington Village” for marketing purposes (They were very successful marketing the Chevington Woods North and South subdivisions). Our subdivision of 220 lots (in 7 sections) has been commonly known by this name ever since.
4. Where can I find the Deed Restrictions and Charter and Code of Regulations?
You can find a printable PDF of the Deed Restrictions HERE.
You can find a printable PDF of the Charter and Code of Regulations HERE.
Please be patient as these are large documents that may take a few minutes to load. If you are unable to retrieve the documents at the link provided or it takes too long to load, please contact us and we will send you a PDF attachment of the documents to an email address that you provide.
5. How do I volunteer my time and/or talent?
If you are interested in volunteering your time or skills to the CVCA or if you have an interest in becoming an Officer or Trustee contact us! We can use volunteers for tasks such as preparing mailings, help on the Beautification Committee which is a group of residents that work together to maintain the entryway by mulching, pulling weeds, planting, etc. If you have a skill that you feel could be utilized by the CVCA please let us know!
6. I am having an issue with my property or a neighbor, who do I contact?
FIRST, take a look at the Deed Restrictions to see if there really is an issue and if any rules or regulations are being broken. Can't find your answer or need more help? Contact us!
7. How do I find out how much I owe for my yearly dues and where do I send payment?
In accordance with Article III of the CVCA Charter & Code of Regulations, dues are determined each year by a vote of a majority of the trustees at their first meeting subsequent to the annual election of trustees that is held in May. Annual dues shall become payable 30 days after the dues assessment is determined. Every member shall receive a letter through postal mail with the dues assessment and the payment should be made payable to the "Chevington Village Civic Association, Inc." and should be mailed to:
Chevington Village Civic Association, Inc.
P.O. Box 42
Pickerington, OH 43147
8. I am a new resident of Chevington Village, how do I update my information with the CVCA?
Welcome to the neighborhood! Please contact us and we will update our records with your contact information so that you may receive all newsletters and mailings in a timely fashion. At that time we can also answer any questions you may have.