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Our community website was developed to serve as an informative and interactive resource for both our neighborhoods and our local community.   If you live in The Summit, be sure to Register to have full access to the "Neighbor's Only" sections.  Lets enjoy and have fun with this website.   Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.  Also, visit our local Sponsors Page for specials and discounts to Summit Neighbors.
 
Association Office
Phone (803) 865 0609
Fax (803) 865 2336
Hours - 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM, Monday through Friday
 
Neighborhood News
Homeowner fees may be
paid online at www.camsmgt.com

Applicants for the Board
Elections for new members for the Board of Directors
will taking place in December.
If you want to get more involved in the life of The Summit,
please consider running for the Board. Click HERE for BOD Application.
 Applications should be submitted to the Association Office no later than 5:30 pm on October 13th .

Voting Members/Alternates
Memo concerning Voting Member/Alternate Right & Responsibilities 
Click HERE

Attention - Homeowners
Homeowners that plan to Lease/Rent their homes must provide copies of the Lease/Rental Agreement to the Association Office at 305 Ridge Trail Drive,
Columbia South Carolina 29229
Phone 803 865 0609 or ashealy@camsmgt.com   or trigon@camsmgt.com within
ten (10 days of execution of the Lease.
The above is in accord with the CC&R, Article XII, Section 27, Paragraph (b).
                                   
SUMMIT COMMUNITY AWARD
Award
During  National Night Out, The Summit community was presented a Richland County “Sheriff’s Crime Watch of Excellence Award”. Captain Scott Plexico and Senior Deputy Travis Roberts made the presentation on behalf of Sheriff Leon Lott to Summit HOA President, Justin Martin and Safety Committee Chair, Paul Hill. The award is recognition of The Summit residents’ commitment to the principles of neighborhood crime watch.

HAVE YOU DOCUMENTED WHAT YOU OWN?
REGISTER YOUR BELONGINGS ONLINE

Accessible from anywhere
in the event of property theft or natural disaster, having immediate access to

your property inventory list, including identifying information will be invaluable.
RECOMMENDED BY RICHLAND COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT. 

Click HERE to view the flyer.


The Summit Neighbors helping Neighbors
CERT Team did meet in July via Zoom.
Everyone is invited to visit us at
Richlandnecert.com to view the new
Website
CERT TEAM looking for new recruits.
For more information -click HERE

Safety Information
Minutes from March Safety Committee Meeting
Please click HERE
   Click HERE for information
on Neighbors app.

Vehicle Break-ins
CAT Officer Deputy Roberts
reminds residents to lock their vehicles when leaving them unattended. Theft from unlocked vehicles has become a county-wide problem. March brought an increase in auto thefts in the area. In some cases, the car was left running unattended.
 

Referendum Vote Results
Click HERE for information

Senior Activities
Senior Lunch Buddies
has been suspended due to COVID-19.
We will update you when can continue safely.
Community Safety Reminders
 If you jog, run or walk at dusk or in the dark, please remember to wear light colored or luminescent clothing for better visibility. Shoes & jackets/shirts with reflective tape are a good choice as well.
PLEASE CALL ANIMAL CONTROL(929-6000 or Nights & Weekends 252-2911)TO REPORT ANY STRAY DOGS IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
 
UPDATE on door-to-door solicitors
For latest information, please click HERE

Making Exterior Home Improvements?
Remember to submit Form No. 201: Existing Residence Improvements
Form 201 is available from this Website, see Documents>Online Forms, or pick one up at the office.
 
Neighborhood Appearance
Are there properties in your neighborhood that are seriously unsightly? Have your efforts to address the problems been ineffective? Richland County Code Enforcement has been a tremendous help recently in solving problems such as completely neglected yards, unlicensed and inoperative vehicles, and neglected vacant lots. Call 576 1864.
  
Walking Trail Distances
In answer to many requests, here are walking trail lap distances:
Hunters Pond = 0.44 miles
  Birch Park = 0.27 miles
   Willow Park = 0.28 miles
 
 Lets talk Summit!
We have a great discussion board. Let's hear what people have to say and get to know each other. Also, get used to voting in our surveys (Note: click "Next Survey", there is often more than one survey).

 

 
Survey
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Public Service Announcements
Richland County Sheriff News

Click HERE for RCSD Incident Report
 
CrimeStoppers
TIP LINE 
 
Report a Streetlight Problem
Streetlight out, on all the time, or blinking?
Click HERE for information on how to report.
 
 
Upcoming Events
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Contractors & Vendors Open Projects
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Sponsors
Haven In The Summit
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Assisted Living Community
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