It’s almost time for our Legacy Park Sharks to rise up out of the cold waters! We need All The Swimmers! Encourage, trick, or bribe your friends to join the Sharks Summer Swim Team. Summer Swim practices begin late May. Swim meets are one week night, every week, during the month of June.  The season wraps up before July 4 (specific dates to be announced). Swim Team Requirements: 1) At least 5 years old (as of Sept 1) 2) No older than 18 3) Must be able to swim, unassisted, the length of the pool (don’t worry about type of stroke or technicality… just getRead More →

We had a total of 288 property owners vote …. only 18.6% of eligible voters. Our new Board Members are:David Bailey & Lisa Campbell HarperThey join David Kirkland, Karl Phillips and Mike Sesan on the 2019 Board of Directors. The group can be contacted at: boardmembers@legacypark.org Please give us your ideas on increasing the number of voters for our next election.Read More →

Thank you to everyone who came out last night to our meeting, it was a packed room. We received some great infromation from Mayor Easterling, Chief Westberger and Representative Ed Setzler. We had most of the City Council Members here as well! If anyone has question for these leaders, please reach out to them. They all are very passionate about Kennesaw and happy to answer any questions you may have for them. They all stayed long after the meeting talking to residents. The HOA provided finanical, activities and management updates. And one lucky homeowner in Highcroft got her 2019 dues refunded! Congratulations to Barbara Lennon!Read More →

On behalf of two students from Kennesaw Mountain High School, a new recycling program has started up in Legacy Park. Residents can bring their glass to 3 drop off locations in Legacy Park:  the clubhouse (near the half circle, main pool bathrooms), tennis courts at the pavillion, and the Lullwater Pool. Look for the blue containers labeled “Glass Only”. Glass bottles and jars are the only items that will be allowed. Please also remove the lids from the containers. Items such as light bulbs will not be accepted. Given you cannot throw your glass into your recycling bins at home, these collection bins will provideRead More →