Welcome to the Apalachee Plantation Homeowners Association Website. With 250+ houses, Apalachee Plantation is a large and peaceful development located approximately 30 miles northeast of Atlanta in the fast-growing Dacula area in Gwinnett County, we are five miles from the Mall of Georgia, with easy access to Interstate 85, GA 985, and Hwy 316.

Membership in the HOA is mandatory and all residents abide by the Apalachee Plantation Covenants, Bylaws, and Rules and Regulations to ensure the safety, health and wellness of everyone living inside the community.

To learn more about Apalachee Plantation, please browse this website or contact us if you have any questions.

Click here for directions.

Click here for Covenants

Click here for Bylaws


Home Owner
Contact Information

Complete the Home Owner Contact Information Form by clicking on the link below or through the HOA Forms drop-down menu. It takes only a few minutes to complete the form on-line, and we must have this informaiton to comply with the HOA Covenants.

Use this link to complete a Home Owner's Contact Information Form


HOA Dues Only
Can Be Paid using PayPal.

Click here to pay your 2018 HOA dues.

Click here to pay late fee
($35 minimum) or make partial payments.

HOA Dues May Be Mailed to:

Apalachee Plantation c/o
SMGmanagement of Atlanta LLC
Attn: Helen Johnson
P. O. Box 76697
Atlanta, GA 30358
Phone: 404.372.8856

Spring Maintenance Reminders

April showers bring May flowers … and weeds!

Now that lawns are starting to green up, it is a good time to remember some of the most important lawn maintenance issues that keep our neighborhood looking great:

    Front yards must be sodded and free of weeds – remove weeds from flower beds as well. Any natural or bare dirt areas must be covered with mulch. It is critical to apply pre-emergent now to prevent weeds this summer.
    Lawns must be cut a minimum of every two weeks during growing season.
    Remember to keep grass edged cleanly at the street and driveways and refrain from leaving clippings in the street or blowing them into drainage culverts.
    Lots of owners will be walking the family pooch more often in the warm weather — our covenants require you to pick up dog waste … and that also means in the common areas as well!

REMINDER: All resident owned vehicles should be parked in the garages or driveways of their respective residences. Cars cannot block access to their neighbor's driveway or mailbox.

Why Pay Your HOA Dues

HOA Dues are mandatory and the annual payments are used:

  • To pay for insurance to cover damages within the common areas, including the entrance.

  • To pay for property taxes on all common areas.

  • To pay for lights and irrigation at our entrance.

  • To pay for maintenance of the common areas.

  • To pay for County required maintenance of our three detention ponds (including fencing to prevent injury to trespassers).

  • To pay for seasonal landscaping and maintenance of entrance area.

  • To pay for legal fees in connection with dues collection and administrative costs for the management company.

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