As you can imagine, funds are stretched and members of the condominium board are always trying to find better ways to get everyone at Altamont Patio the most for their dollar. Please attend our regular association meetings to offer positive input and suggestions as to how our fees are structured and applied.
Some of What Your HOA Fees Cover
insurance for all common areas
water usage (both personal and for the complex)
management service (Metcalf Realty: see Contact page)
repair and upkeep of the buildings
Important Things to Know
Reminder: All owners must submit a copy of their lease for their rental units.
Help keep a watchful eye on your property and that of your neighbors. Report any suspicious activity to the Birmingham Police/South Precinct: 205-254-2793.
Current rental opportunities and units for sale can be found on the Sale or Rent page.
Garbage pick-up occurs on Tuesday and Friday. Dumpsters are located in the top and bottom parking lots. Please bag your garbage and DO NOT place items outside the dumpster.
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Ways to Be a Good Neighbor
Trash: It is every resident's job to keep the grounds clean and free of trash. Set an example by picking up any trash you may come upon.
Pets: Altamont Patio Condominiums is a "pet-friendly environment," and your pet is a welcome addition to our community. However, please clean up after your pet.
Water Problems: Leaks in your unit need to be reported immediately to the management agency (see Contact page). Not reporting a leak can result in thousands of dollars of unnecessary damage for which you have the potential to be held responsible. Contact a board member if you do not get a quick response from the management company.
Noise Issues: First try to contact the neighbor and let them know their behavior is disturbing you. You can also alert board members through this site's Contact page. The email sent through the Contact page serves as a method of documenting the complaint. If the inconsiderate behavior continues and complaints accrue, the condominium association can begin a more formal solution to the problem. Also keep in mind creating a police report can help give the association documentation upon which to support future action.