This is the web site of
Greystone Village HOA in Raleigh, North Carolina.
Greystone Village is a community of over 830
We have three lakes, thousands of trees, and
Greystone Swim & Racquet Club.
Our Homeowners' Association is managed by the
Greystone Association Board of Directors with
Charleston Management Corporation. All Greystone homeowners are invited
to the meetings.
Feel free to
contact the board for information about Greystone
Village, our Homeowners' Association, our meetings, and our amenities.
The Greystone Swim and Racquet Club is expanding its ability to better
communicate with its members and the residents of the Greystone Commuity.
If you would like to receive ongoing information about the activities of the
swim team, tennis, and volleyball follow this link
Greystone Swim & Racquet Club : Sign Up
to Stay in Touch
Please check out our pool Facebook page:
Hopefully, you will Like what you see.
The Grounds and
Lakes Committee meeting has changed its venue. The committee will meet
the first Wednesday of each month at 7:30 PM at Sola's Cafe in the Greystone
The Raleigh Community
Center at Greystone
The City of Raleigh has opened the Greystone
Recreation Center at the north end of the Greystone Village Shopping Center,
where the Dollar Store once was.
The goals of Raleigh’s Community Centers is to
organize and improve our communities to make Raleigh an even better place to
live. It includes a Citizen Area Liaison program, which trains neighbors to
become Citizen Action Liaisons. For more information see the link to the
City of Raleigh Announces Greystone Recreation Center
Over the years there have been home invasions
and break-ins in Raleigh and Wake County. For you and your family's safety
leave lights on in your home, let your neighbors know when you won't be at
home, stop newspaper and mail delivery when you travel and call 911 whenever
you see suspicious people and activities in and around your neighborhood.
Greystone Village and Bakers Landing
Want to know about the origins of Greystone
Village? Things like where the names for "Sawmill" and "Lead Mine" roads
came from? Check out the history provided by Julian Baker, Jr., at
History in the
Bakers Landing section of this web site.
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