2022 Dues are $75 and due by March 30, 2022. Be sure to check out the 2022 newsletter along with your dues statement (arriving via USPS) for all things Franklin Palmer this year! You can view an online copy here. … Read More »
Happy Halloween, neighbors! As a friendly reminder, Trick or Treat hours for the sub are Sunday, October 31, 2021 from 5pm to 8pm. Please only visit homes with their lights on. Stay warm & stay safe!
The Easter Bunny will be driving through our neighborhood escorted by Canton Public Safety and Canton Leisure Services on TUESDAY, MARCH 30, between 6:20 pm and 6:40 pm. The Easter Bunny will be in the back of a truck and will have helpers passing out small treat … Read More »
2021 HOA Dues are $75 and due by March 30, 2021. If you choose to pay on time via PayPal, the HOA is waiving the $2 fee. As a reminder, homes that have past due accounts could face a lien … Read More »
Howdy, Neighbors! Halloween Trick or Treating hours this year are 5pm – 8pm at homes with a porch light on. Please remember to be safe, socially distance when possible, and keep warm!
Please click the link below to see the initial map of repairs for our subdivision. We did make some changes to plan and we are waiting for Canton to send us an updated work order. While we won’t be able … Read More »
Please click the link below to access your digital ballot for the the building of a play structure in our HOA’s park area proposal.. Ballot
Road Repairs Scheduled Franklin Palmer road construction is tentatively scheduled to begin the week of August 14th. The construction company has asked that residents park in their driveways or at a good distance from the repair locations to allow for … Read More »
The 2020 Franklin Palmer Estates Annual HOA Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, July 8th at 7:00pm at the South Entrance of our Frankin Palmer Park. Enter off of Yorktown and Antietam. Please bring your own chair and be sure to … Read More »
The 2020 Annual Sub-Wide Garage Sales has been rescheduled for Sep. 10, 11 & 12. Additional details to follow as we closely monitor the COVID-19 situation. Stay safe, neighbors!