Governing the Affairs of the Association

The First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA) Board of Directors governs the affairs of the Association and operates under FCCSA Governance Policies. The Board of Directors is a group of seven (7) members, with two (2) positions up for election this year. The term is three (3) years, beginning January 1, 2021. The Board, in conjunction with staff, is responsible for participating in long range planning and developing goals for the Association. Some other primary duties include:

  • Determining an annual assessment
  • Preparing and adopting the budget
  • Development of Association Policy

FCCSA recognizes that volunteering time for a Board position is a major decision. This is another excellent opportunity to become involved with the community and share in the decision making processes of First Colony. The deadline for applications to be received is September 25, 2020 by 5 pm, each year.

Each year, an Election Guide will be included in the November issue of the newsletter and be found on the community’s website.

Election Application

Election Neutrality Policy

Volunteer as a Neighborhood Representative

Interested in getting to know your neighbors or community a little better? Then we have a job for you!

Volunteer to be your neighborhood’s representative. Neighborhood Representatives are a vital communication link between First Colony Community Services Association (FCCSA) and their neighborhoods. Representatives help create a sense of community. They are elected annually by the property owners in their neighborhoods and serve a one-year term. Each separate neighborhood may have up to three elected representatives. Representatives should attend neighborhood representative meetings (usually four per year) hosted by FCCSA. They share information from these meetings with their neighbors. A Representative can also:

  • Plan and organize special neighborhood events (i.e. ice cream socials, National Night Out, informational meetings).
  • Participate in the Welcome Wagon Program for new residents and welcome them to the neighborhood.
  • Oversee the use of neighborhood voluntary contributions.

The deadline for submitting the application is September 25, 2020. The individuals elected by their neighborhoods will begin serving their terms on January 1, 2021.

Neighborhood Representative Application

Plantation Settlement of First Colony (PSFC) Board of Directors

The Plantation Settlement Board of Directors governs the affairs of Plantation Settlement and operates under the principles of Policy Governance.

Plantation Settlement is a community of 138 homes originally developed by Beazer Homes. These homes are within Plantation Settlement at First Colony Association, Inc. (PSFC) and owners are members of that association. Homes in Plantation Settlement are considered part of “First Colony” through a management agreement between FCCSA and PSFC, but the homes are not technically a part of First Colony Community Association. This is the only neighborhood within PSFC.

Interested in becoming a Board candidate for Plantation Settlement? Direction is from a five member Board, three of whom are FCCSA Directors, and two are Plantation Settlement residents. There is one residential position up for election for the term beginning in 2020. A term is two years. The Requirement is that you must be a member of PSFC.

Members interested in becoming a PSFC Board candidate can click the link below for an application. Deadline for application is Friday, September 25, 2020.

Application