We're pleased to have you visit your Online Community Association. Your Association website is designed to keep you informed about your neighborhood, communicate with neighbors, and manage all of your community living--including the ability to pay assessments and dues online. This website has a range of features which will help you update your personal calendar with community events, and communicate directly with your management company staff.
Our website features allow you to:
Safely pay your assessments online via eCheck or credit card
Create, modify, and view recurring assessment payments
Access your account transaction history in real-time
View a directory listing for Homeowners, clubs, committees, teams, etc.
View your upcoming events in your community on the community calendar
Send email through your personal message center directly to your management company
Submit on-line ACC request for changes to the exterior of your home
And MUCH more!
To make a payment on your account, go to the Account Information tab and choose Pay Assessments, or choose Account Info to view the last 12 months of activity on your account.
To access and pay assessments for more than one account, such as for a different address or if Omega manages both a master and sub-association for your property, add this to your account by clicking on your initials at the upper right hand portion of the screen and click on your initials. Click on My Profile, and on the next page click on the green Register an Additional Property button.
Who do I call if there is an emergency?
Emergency situations include irrigation or roof leaks or weather-related damage. If you encounter any of these issues in your community, please contact our office at 919-461-0102. Leave a detailed message with your community name, phone number and extent of the damage. A staff member will contact you as soon as possible. For fire issues, call your local fire department. If your association has only contracted with Omega for accounting services, you must contact your Board of Directors instead.
What are the CC&Rs?
The Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) are the governing legal documents that set up the guidelines for the operation of the planned community as a non-profit corporation. You can find a copy of your community's CC&Rs in the Documents section of this website.
How do I file an architectural review request to make changes to my home or yard?
You can digitally submit your request through the online portal by choosing ACC Requests on the top menu of this page, or by clicking on Documents on the top menu of this page to download the architectural form and guidelines. After you have completed the form, please scan and email to the email address at the top of the form, or mail it to our office at 160 NE Maynard Rd. Suite 210 Cary, NC 27513.
Where would I mail a payment or send Bill-Payments from my bank?