Sylvan Lake Falls Homeowners Association Rabun Gap, Georgia
Welcome Sylvan Lake Falls Homeowners. This page provides community information, announcements of upcoming quarterly meetings and other events. Homeowners will receive SLFHOA meeting notices and notes via email or mail. A SLFHOA calling committee alerts homeowners of water or road issues that may occur from time to time. The links below provide information that may be of interest to you.
2023-2024 Meeting Dates
Quarterly meeting locations to be announced prior to meeting date.
1st Quarterly Meeting: November 11, 2023
2nd Quarterly Meeting: Canceled
3rd Quarterly Meeting: May 11, 2024
Annual Meeting: August 10, 2024
Cleaning Up the Neighborhood
Homeowners - Submit Your Photographs!
Homeowners, please send us your SLF photographs! Photographs are acknowledged when used and you retain ownership of your work. When submitting several photographs, provide a brief description of each and please size the photograph between 200 to 500 KB. Photographs may or may not be retained in website storage. Some photographs may be used more than once at the same or different times.
Submit photographs to: firstname.lastname@example.org
A group of SLF homeowners volunteered to clear the overgrown vegetation at the dam and below the dam this fall.
Have you see the two of our neighbors cleaning signs? Deb and Doug have cleaned street signs and other signs in the last few month.
Alert Neighbor Spots Fire in SLF
A nearby resident noticed a fire in the woods at SLF while walking her dog. She heard rustling sounds and as she walked back toward her house, she realized the sound was actually a wildfire headed towards her. She called 911 and the first units from Valley Fire in Dillard arrived on the scene in 5 minutes. They called in backup from Rabun County in Clayton and Tiger Mountain. All 3 companies stayed on the scene until the fire was contained.
The fire started from a fire pit that had been used by visitors the night before. A wildfire was averted because the neighbor was in the right place, at the right time. SLF asks all residents and visitors to use extreme caution when burning in a fire pit - especially if it is an open pit outside above the ground. Always make sure the fire is completely extinguished before leaving the area. During periods of very dry conditions such as those experienced in Rabun County this fall, fires can quickly get out of hand.