Report A Violation
Need To Report a Violation?
The Centennial Commons Homeowners Association (CCHOA) strives to maintain a community that is both safe and pleasant for all members of the subdivision. We take all feedback and reports of covenant violations seriously and will handle each report to the best of our abilities.
If you have a violation to report, please do so using the form below after you have verified that the complaint is a clear violation of our covenants or any other Cobb County regulations.
FOR ALL REPORTS OF SAFETY CONCERNS, PLEASE CONTACT COBB COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT AT (770) 499-3900 OR CALL 911 in addition to submitting a form below.
Report a Centennial Commons violation of our covenants:
To report possible code violations of the City Code, please contact Officer Hall at 678-801-4070 or by filling out this form.
Read below for more information on the common violation types and which form to submit and further instructions.
Common Types of Violations
NOTE: In some instances, a report of a violation needs to come to the HOA as well as a call to Cobb County. See below for more information.
UNMAINTAINED FRONT/BACK YARDS
It is found and declared that uncontrolled weed growth on properties within unincorporated Cobb County is a health risk and undesirable in that it provides harborage for rodents and insects, lowers property values, and constitutes a public nuisance.
It shall be unlawful for the owner of any property less than 40,000 square feet of property within any platted and recorded subdivision, to allow grass/weeds over 12 inches in height. After 20- day notice, the County shall cause the condition to be remedied at the expense of the property owner.
In addition to reporting a violation to CCHOA using the form on this page, please call Cobb County at (770)-528-2180 or (770)-528-2162 to report violations.
Animals are required to be on a leash when outside unless contained by a fence. Pet owners are responsible for collecting animal waste and disposing of it properly.
If you have a complaint or witness a violation, try to gather as much pertinent information as possible regarding the incident, including person’s name, address violation occurred, and/or any photos that detail the violation.
In addition to reporting a violation with CCHOA using the form on this page, please contact Cobb County Animal Control at (770) 499-4136 to report violations.
Garbage collectors may not operate between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m. Garbage cans filled with garbage can only be placed at the curb the evening before collection and should be removed by 11 p.m. on the day of collection.
Please remember that garbage cans should be stored where they are not an eyesore to your neighbors and those who drive by.