Catch Up On Cherokee News with the Condo Comments Newsletter (PDF)
Each month the Cherokee Garden Office produces an e-newsletter chock full of insights and stories from our manager, tips from our maintenance department, and "for sale" listings from our residents all throughout the Cherokee Garden Condo and Townhouse community. You won't want to miss it - check out the PDF links on the left!
To sign up for our e-newsletter, simply shoot us an email to with your name, unit address, and email address you wish us to send it to. You will also receive our monthly Board of Directors meeting minutes to keep you up-to-date with whats happening behind the scenes at Cherokee!
You can un-subscribe at any time by simply emailing the address listed above with the subject line "UNSUBSCRIBE" and we'll take you off our mailing list. Older copies of the Condo Comments are available on our Archives page.
Stay Informed with Meeting Minutes (PDF)
The Cherokee Garden Board of Directors meet every month on the 3rd Monday of every month at 6:30 in the Clubhouse (1436 Wheeler Rd.) to discuss a variety of topics pertaining to the community as well as each of their committees. These meetings are open to all residents of Cherokee - we love to hear from you in person! We publish their meeting minutes here as well as email them each month to those signed up on our mailing list. Minutes going back to 2015 are available on our Archives page.
Every year, the BoD hosts an Annual Meeting for all residents of Cherokee Garden to attend at the Cherokee Country Club. Those minutes have been posted here as well and are worth the read!
...And Other FYIs...
There's lots going on with our Cherokee Maintenance crew that we also want you to be informed about, so here's where we'll post notices and other Maintenance-FYIs!
TruGreen lawn care application schedule for 2021
REMINDER TO ALL RESIDENTS, GUESTS, AND CONTRACTORS: The speed limit on our private roads is 15 MPH. The private roads without designated sidewalks are host to more than just motor vehicles - your neighbors, their children, pets, and visitors all use them on a daily basis! PLEASE SLOW DOWN and watch for pedestrians and vehicles entering the roadways!