“Situated on 31 acres of rolling land in Fairport, NY (Town of Perinton) on Rt. 250 near Rt. 31 in southeast Monroe County.”
The Georgetown Commons Homes Association, Inc., established in 1972, is a community of 212 townhomes. We are a multi-generational, owner occupied community with severe rental restrictions and a rich past and a bright future. Read More about our history and see our gallery.
Regular Clubhouse Events
Georgetown Commons HOA Board Meetings
Monthly on 3rd Wednesday at 6:30 PM.
No December meeting.
Meeting notes in GTC Crier
Mix & Mingle
Social Gathering for Residents
Monthly on 2nd Thursday from 6:00 – 7:30ish PM.
Bi-weekly -2nd & 4th Monday -1-3 PM
Monthly 1st Monday- 1 pm to 3 PM
Link to 2017 Fall Yoga Schedule
N E W: Ladies Bunco
Georgetown Crier February 2017
Local Resource Links
GTC Holiday Party is scheduled for December 14th at 6:00 PM in the clubhouse. See the November GT Crier for details.
As the days get shorter it is more important to have your garage lights on for your security and the security of the community.
Time to cut back your perennials if you have not already done so.
See the November Newsletter for information about decorating the outside of your home.
Over the next several months the GCHOA Emergency Preparedness Committee will be sharing information about how to prepare for, respond to, and recover from natural emergencies. Keep your eye on the monthly newsletters The Georgetown Crier each month for more details. The articles will also be posted on a new page on our website called Emergency Preparedness. November addresses Document Storage Guidelines.
Visit the History & Gallery Page to see photos of the March snow storm
The GTC HOA newsletter is a great resource for current information including upcoming events and maintenance schedules. Here’s a quick to link to read the newsletters.
Promote safety. Keep your outside garage light on from dusk to dawn.
Georgetown Commons Residents
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