Welcome to your new Community website!
Welcome to Our Community
We are a small village-like community of 144 condominiums across 36 buildings. This site is situated within the historic Town of Wake Forest, North Carolina. When the Town celebrated it's Centennial year in 2009, we were only in our early years of our establishment. This community is made up of diverse backgrounds and interests.
The Clubhouse and pool complex is the social center of the community. At the Clubhouse and the pool deck, this has been the site of BBQs, potluck dinners, holiday gatherings, coffees for men and women once a week and informative seminars.
Within a 10 minute drive, there are shopping, restaurants, churches, golf courses and medical care. Within a one hour drive, there are numerous historical sites, museums, three ACC schools, an International airport, and world class dining and shopping.
The Villas of Wake Forest community website has been developed to serve as an information resource for both our neighborhood and our community. Please consider the website as a tool for use by all residents to stay informed, communicate, learning, fun and enjoyment. The website will be active with new information daily, weekly and monthly, while some information will be stagnant for longer periods not requiring frequent change.
Please feel free to contact the Communications Committee with your comments and suggestions.
Villas of Wake Forest Social Website
NOTE: While most pages on the “social website” are open to the public, there are several that requires a resident to login with their account. If you been help, please contact Bob Turnage, the administrator of that site.
Who do I call if there is an emergency?
Emergency that causes damage to the community such as SMOKE, FIRE or WATER MAIN BREAK contact 911 first. Contact York Properties, Inc. After-Hours emergency Services at (919) 821-1350 and select option 1 for the Maintenance Department. Leave your name, the name of your association, the street address, your telephone number and the nature of the emergency.
Note: Inconveniences are not considered emergencies, such as illegally parked cars, rule violations, questions about accounts, ARC Requests. These type of situations are better handled by the association manager during normal business hours.
What are the CC&R's?
The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions are the governing legal documents that setup the guidance for the operation of the planned community as non-profit corporation.
How can I report a street light outage?
Street light outages should be reported to Wake Forest Power since they maintain the lights.
When does trash and recycling get picked up?
You can view your service day on the City of Wake Forest website by clicking here.
How can I make a recommendation?
Please see the Contact Us screen.