How We're Governed
Plantation, Inc.is a Property Owners' Association (POA) which is
headed by a Board of Directors. The plantation is a
restricted community which mean that owner-members are
required by Deed to adhere to the covenants on file with the
Brunswick County Registrar of
Deeds. Failure to
comply with these covenants can result in fines and even
liens against the member's the property.
Board of Directors
River Run Plantation (RRP)
is governed by the Board of Directors composed of seven (7)
persons (one from each of the seven stations in River Run
Plantation), all of whom are members of the Association. The
Board of Directors has the responsibility and powers
necessary for the administration of affairs of the
Association. It is empowered by the Bylaws of River Run
Plantation and is directed in it actions by the Covenants of
River Run Plantation. Revised bylaws are currently before
the membership for a vote.
It is an elected board. The
elections held each year at the Annual Meeting, usually held
For more details on the duties and
responsibilities of the Board of Directors see "Bylaws of
River Run Plantation Property Owners Association, Inc." and
"The Fourth Amended Consolidated Master Declaration and
Development River Run Plantation including Covenants,
Conditions and Restrictions" are available from CAMS our
Monthly meetings are held on the
third Tuesday of each month 7pm at the clubhouse.
All members are welcome and
encouraged to attend.
The Board appoints members to
various committees, both standing special in nature.
The ARC is, as the name suggests,
a group of volunteers from RRP that have the responsibility
of reviewing all building plans of any perso n or persons
wishing to build, or alter existing buildings, add outside
buildings, or remove trees in River Run Plantation. They are
governed by the By-laws and Covenants of River Run
Plantation and they report directly to the Board of
Directors. For more information on the ARC, it's policies
and permits, contact
Sandra at the fornt office.
ARC Guidelines - Click Here Under Revision
River Run Plantation has a small area
for residents to store their boats and trailers located at
the end of Marina Drive in Station 2. Unfortunately it is
not large enough to hold all the boats and trailers that our
ever-growing resident population has. As a result we have a
waiting list based on the date of signing up that is kept at
the front office.
CAMS also maintains the control of those who do have
boats and trailers in the storage area. An up-to-date North
Carolina registration is mandatory on all units in storage.
For more information please call CAMS at
We have a small "high tide" boat
launch to the Lockwood Folly River available to members. Currently,
small boats can launch and return an hour or so either side
of high tide. A north Carolina launch is about 2 miles
from River Run in Sunset Harbor
River Run Plantation Currents consists of a committee of
volunteers who gather and publish the paper monthly.
And deliver the paper on the first of each month to
residents who have indicated they would like it delivered.
The newsletter is also available to members here on our
have Access to
Clubhouse, Tennis Court, Pool, Fishing Pier, Boat Launch,
Catch and release lake fishing and River Run Plantation
Library in the Clubhouse. Renters are welcome to the
same access and rules and regulations of the River Run
River Run Plantation's landscape
company and is under contract by us to maintain the grass,
trees, etc. on all Association property such as the
clubhouse, park areas, common area along roadsides, and
keeping the area in general looking good. They are under
strict orders as to what they can and cannot mow in RRP. If
there are any questions or problems, please contact
clarification. Lot owners who have landscaped their
property, or maintain a front lawn area abutting the
roadway, including the common area strip, generally 3 to 10
feet from the roadway, shall maintain their entire property
to the paved roadway. The ownership of any common
area, so maintained by the property owner, remains that of
Most roads in North Carolina are
the responsibility of the
NC State Transportation Department.
The county has no control of the roads. The roads in River
Run Plantation are an exception. These roads are private
roads, and the POA members are responsible for them and
there upkeep. Funds are annually set aside for road
resurfacing in the POA’s Reserve Fund.
As a POA member you have
access to the members only section of this site.
Special announcements by the Board of Directors and
polling of important questions on matters the Board is
seeking owner comments, opinions and suggestions.
Minutes of Board meetings as well as Financial reports