The Connestee Falls Property Owners Association board is one of the most important volunteer groups for the community. The board is comprised of seven members including a president. Board members are selected by vote of the residents and serve a three-year term.
The board guides the governance and budget for the association and works with the CFPOA General Manager on implementation of community operations.
Good Neighbors are dedicated to making Connestee Falls the friendliest and most supportive community in Western North Carolina. The hub of this program is the Good Neighbors Daily Volunteer who can be contacted to put any of the committee’s services into action. Some of those services include:
The Beautification Committee is comprised of 100 volunteers who plant and maintain summer annuals in public areas throughout Connestee. A week after Mothers Day 80 flats and about 200 single annuals arrive, are unloaded, and are then planted in fifteen public areas including the entrance gates and clubhouse.
During the summer growing season, volunteers water and weed the plantings to keep them looking fresh and vibrant, enhancing the natural beauty that is one of Connestee's greatest attributes.
Connestee Falls residents place a high priority on quality education for Transylvania County's students. Since its inception in 1987, the Connestee Falls Student Scholarship Program has raised over $550,000 for scholarships awarded to students at Transylvania County Schools, Brevard College and Blue Ridge Community College. The committee raises funds and implements the program through events including golf tournaments, tennis tournaments, and pickle ball tournaments.
Along with the help and support of the Overlook dining and golf operations, the committee relies heavily on the strong support of Connestee Falls residents, area businesses and matching grants from corporations.
Participation in these or any other Connestee Falls volunteer committee is open to all residents.