Georgetown Commons HOA | Classic Townhomes in a Neighborly Community

“Situated on 31 acres of rolling land in Fairport, NY (Town of Perinton) on Rt. 250 near Rt. 31 in southeast Monroe County.”

Next Board Meeting Wednesday, February 17th at 6:30 PM in the Clubhouse

The Georgetown Commons Homes Association, Inc., established in 1972, is a community of 212 townhomes. We are a multi-generational community with 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 6-7 PM
Feb 7, 2016 Super Bowl Party Flyer

Bi-weekly -2nd & 4th Monday -1-3 PM

Bridge Group
Monthly 1st Monday- 1 pm to 3 PM

Sit & Stitch
(stitching, craft, hobbies and chat)
Monthly 2nd Wednesday
noon-3PM with lunch from noon-1PM

Book Club Meeting
It has been decided that due to low participation, the Georgetown Book Club will no longer meet.  If anyone has suggestions of how to revive the group and increase participation or is interested in heading up the reorganization of a book discussion group,  please email and we’ll help you get started.

Local Resource Links

Town of Perinton
Community Senior Services
Fairport Central Schools
Monroe County
Recycling Information Flyer

Resident Reminders

Compass, our Management Company, has recently updated their website that is for GTC residents only. See details on our Property Management Link.

Promote safety. Keep your outside garage light on from dusk to dawn.

The GTC HOA newsletter is a great resource for current information including highlights of the board meetings as well upcoming events and maintenance schedules. Here’s a quick to link to read the newsletters.

Winter view from the hill at Georgetown Commons
An unusually mild beginning to the winter season

Georgetown Commons Residents

Do you have gardening tips or a good recipe?
Read a good book lately?
Do you have any current or historical photos? Some fall photos of the GTC neighborhood would be great!

Send  to so we share with the community on our website.