Frequently Asked Questions
All units have 1, 2 or 3 bedrooms. See our Floorplans page for more details.
The condo fees are proportionate charges for your share of the maintenance of common elements and reserve funds for the condo to meet any future costs or financial obligations.
- Repairs and maintenance
- Landscaping and exterior upkeep
- Garbage removal
- Property management fees
We love animals but also love responsible owners. Cats and dogs are welcome in our condos but please refer to our Rules & Regulations (Section E) for more info.
All owners are responsible for doing their own publicity: signs, online ads, etc. If the owners have reached out to us, we can post the ad on our Facebook page Vulcan Park Condominiums. If you are an individual looking for a unit to buy or rent, we recommend you look on our Facebook page, Zillow and other real estate listing websites.
To get your ad share on our page, please contact us.
FAQs for Residents & Owners
The garbage is picked up by the valet service every week on Monday and Thursday afternoon/evenings* at the back of the units. We ask all residents to put their garbage bags in their respective garbage bin at the back of their unit the night before.
Yes. This is a recent service we are encouraging residents to do. The schedule is every two weeks on Thursday morning. Check out the most recent schedule on Republic Services’ website. Your bin needs to be moved to the curside of the street the night before. To get your free bin, please call Republic Services at (205) 923-1650.
Yes. You will need to purchase a homeowner insurance to protect the content of your individual unit. We also highly recommend to buy a fire detector and replace the batteries every year at the same date.
We are part of Jefferson County.
Our water provider company is currently Apex Billing Solutions. To contact them 1-866-281-3977 or visit their website apex-billing.com
The Board of Directors meet the third Tuesday of each month*. We have our meetings at Metcalf Reality located at 2710 20th St S, Homewood at 6:00 pm. The meetings are open to all residents. Residents may show up early for open discussion.
*The months of October and December we meet the second Tuesday of the month because of Thanksgiving and Christmas.
**The location of our Annual Meeting in April, is at the Homewood Library.
Our HOA meetings are an hour meeting every month to discuss about our financials, previous business, new business and vote on different items concerning our community.
We encourage all residents and owners to join us in order to continuously improve our community, get more involved and bring new ideas. This is also a great way to stay informed of all news and updates in our neighborhood.
- Connect and exchange with your neighbors
- Respect your neighbors
- Respect your environment by keeping common areas clean at all times
- Report any suspicious activity in the neighborhood
- Share any information related to the Homewood area that may have an impact on residents
FAQs about the Association
Our Management company is currently Metcalf Realty.
Yes, there is a minimum amount of board members required. Three board members is the minimum required. Note: Two owners living at the same adress only have one vote.