The HOA was organized on December 14, 1988. At that time, there were approximately 300 Village residents. On December 20, 1990 the HOA was chartered as a nonprofit corporation in the State of Tennessee. Since that time, the HOA has continued to expand its role in the Village. At the end of 2016, HOA’s membership was slightly over 1,800 households, which is an all-time high for the organization, and represents approximately 45% of Tellico Village homeowners. The HOA is 100% volunteer driven and succeeds solely due to the dedication of our member volunteers. Our mission is to:

Deliver value to Tellico Village homeowners through informative and engaging programs, while promoting social fellowship, civic responsibility and providing a ‘voice’ for homeowner concerns.

The HOA accomplishes its mission by interfacing with the Tellico Village POA Board and both the Loudon and Monroe County Councils and making constructive recommendations about isssues relating to Village homeowners. We provide homeowners with information about critical issues and provide the opportunity through meetings and forums to ask questions or air concerns to our community leadership.

Periodic HOA communicatons are emailed to HOA member homeowners. Additionally, we publish The Voice of the Village, a quarterly print newsletter, to address issues in more detail. Your nominal $10 annual household membersip fee is applied to communication costs and the annual recognition event held for those who volunteer their time and talents to HOA. The volunteerism helps make our Village a great place to live.

Our social programs provide a core component of our member services. We promote social fellowship through a variety of events including monthly socials and scheduled events including performing arts, dining out, cruises, an annual Christmas Gala, etc. As part of the monthly socials, the HOA also provides exhibit space to other Village clubs and organizations to promote numerous special interest activities and volunteer services that promote social fellowship.

A few specific examples of other HOA activities and services are provided below:

  • Providing timely and accurate information from the governance meetings that affect life in Tellico Village including POA, Loudon and Monroe County
  • Serve as a central place for homeowners to voice and elevate concerns
  • In addition to the General Meetings, the HOA may choose to provide public forums focusing on topics such as ‘Meet the Candidates’, Downsizing & Aging in Place, Independent Living, Area-wide Construction Projects, etc.
  • Promote and maintain the Neighborhood Watch Program as a public service
  • Sponsor a Welcome Orientation Program on a bi-monthly basis to acquaint new Village residents with the various organizations, governing structure, and amenities and services that are available.
  • Organize and empower committees to focus on major areas of concerns, such as the TDOT HOA Liaison Committee to focus on current construction projects and highway safety on Hwy 444.