The Hamptons of Duluth Board of Directors. 

As a homeowner in The Hamptons of Duluth, you will quickly notice the friendly atmosphere of this community. We are so fortunate to have such a wonderful place to live that is so close to all the amenities you could possibly want.
The Board of Directors is here to help you with any questions you may have, so don’t hesitate to call or send us an email.

When I moved to The Hamptons of Duluth, I had plans to retire here and I hope your living experience here will also be a long and pleasant one. We invite you to become a member of our community and enjoy all that the neighborhood has to offer. The online newsletter will contain valuable information as well as upcoming events.

Whether you enjoy hanging around in the yard, or taking a stroll through the quiet streets of the community, don’t be afraid to wave at your neighbor and say, “hello”. I haven’t had one bite me yet. Welcome to The Hamptons of Duluth!

6 thoughts on “Welcome

  1. Andra L.

    Today I had an unpleasant experience at the pool. My toddler decided she wanted to go to the pool this morning so we came by and saw that there were only 2 people in the pool. We had our waivers on file, we just did not get a chance to make an appointment because it was impromptu. We were turned away. I offered to make the appointment right then and was told it won’t work because it needs to be done 24 hours in advance. This is ridiculous!! My toddler left crying because she wanted to go to the pool.

    I understand abiding by the rules but there has to be flexibility where it makes sense. THERE WERE TWO PEOPLE IN THE ENTIRE POOL AREA! With a few weeks left of the pool being opened, i want to be able to enjoy the pool without all these ridiculous rules and limitations. You can’t plan 24 hours in advance with two little kids. Plus the link to set an appointment is hard to find and very time consuming to enter all the data. I don’t have that much free time on my hands.

    I understand why this rule was put in place at the beginning of the pool season but there are hardly ever 10 people total at the pool at one time. I suggest removing the appointment setting and just counting the number of people who come in. Once there are 30 (which will never happen) anyone else will be turned away. I am sure this will make a lot of sense for majority of the homeowners and they will back up my request. We pay a lot of money for this and we should not go through this much trouble to just be able to use our pool. Or at least remove the appointment for during the week. There are usually just 3 people there at a time.

    Something needs to change. Please let us enjoy the last few weeks of this pool season….

  2. Paula Dreibelbis

    Would someone please contact me regarding the need for repairs to the fence around the retention pond in Hampton Hall? And the trees are really out of control. Large patches of weeds are growing over the fence and the trees need trimmed. I guess this is for the landscape committee to look into this.

    Thank you, Paula

  3. Jessica Braithwaite

    Can someone please share which Facebook group or page we can follow to keep up to date on what’s happening in the community? I found one page that seems to be updated last in 2018. I was told by a neighbor in passing that it’s an “old page.”

  4. Kellae Gyening

    Hello neighbors. I lost my dog. His name is Storm. We live in Hampton Place on Daventry Walk. Storm is a black Pomeranian with teddy bear cut. If you see him please contact me as soon as possible. I will My number is 770-865-4307. We are the first house on the corner. The address is 2694.

  5. Kellae Gyening

    Thanks to all my neighbors who helped me find my dog Storm. He is safe and home with his family now. Special thanks to Ms. Christina who took care of Storm while he was missing. I would also like to thank the nice lady who gave me the lead on where to find him. Thanks again and God Bless.


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