Cornerstone Ridge POA Board Members


Board Members:
Tyler Buttle
Corey Dupuy
Chris Ellis

Architectural Control Committee:
Scott Richardson

Parks and Recreation Committee:
Erika Edwards
Becky Holtz
Amber Knight
Thomas Scott

Phase 4 Representative:
Robin Crow

Social Committee:
Carmen Rainey
Residents may reach out to the board with any question via Nextdoor.com or email cornerstoneridge@yahoo.com


A special Thank You to Our Volunteers!


We want to thank all of the volunteers for your help throughout the year. Our volunteers make the community even better by keeping it beautiful, friendly and fun. 

We are always looking for volunteers and it is a great way to get out in the community and meet your neighbors. A few volunteer possibilities include:
  • Welcome Committee - Welcome our new neighbors to the community and help familiarize them with the POA and Nextdoor.com
  • Social Committee - Help plan, organize or host social events for the community.
  • Parks and Recreation Committee - Help keep our common spaces/Pool/Playground clean and functioning
  • Phase 4 Representatives - Assist the board in local concerns relating to phase 4, which is physically not connected to the rest of the neighborhood
If you are interested, please reach out to a member of the POA Board or Social Committee via Nextdoor.com.


Cornerstone Ridge POA Dues


Yearly dues are $360 per lot and are payable no later than June 1st of each year.

Checks should be mailed to:
PO Box 325
Bentonville, AR 72712


POA Minutes



Minutes from POA meetings are shared out on Nextdoor.com 
An archive of minutes prior to Nextdoor can be found here.


Covenant, Conditions & Restrictions


Cornerstone Ridge is governed by a Property Owners Association. All Residents must agree and abide by the Covenants as disclosed upon entering into a contract to purchase one of the homes within Cornerstone Ridge Subdivision.

Click Here to access the Cornerstone Ridge Covenant, Conditions & Restrictions PDF document. A signed copy of this document has been filed with the city.

Highlights
  • Animals - Dogs, cats and other household pets may be kept and maintained provided that they not be kept, bred or maintained for any commercial purposes. Household pets shall be maintained in a clean and sanitary situation and shall not be noxious or a nuisance to the surrounding owners. Each household shall be limited to no more than 3 dogs and/or cats. 
  • Yards - Grass, trees and various vegetation shall be kept neatly cut and maintained. Lawns shall not be allowed to exceed six (6) inches from the ground surface. 
  • Trash Containers - Trash containers should not be visible from neighboring properties except for collection.
  • Garage Doors - The doors of all garages shall be kept closed at all times except when necessary for ingress and egress.
  • Garage Sales - Garage sales are only held semi-annually as a neighborhood event.