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Payment Via PayPal

You can now pay your assessment via the website, using our new, secure "PayNow" option through PayPal. You may use your PayPal account, or select from MasterCard, Visa, American Express, Discover, or a bank card.

Pay your dues of $104 by January and July. Assessment notices are mailed out in December and June and assessments are due within thirty 30 days from the date of the notice. Use the form below to pay online, or simply drop a check in the mail.

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The transaction is secure through Paypal. Enter your address below, and we will foward you to the Paypal Secure Servers.

Enter Your Property Address:

NOTICE: Many of you use PayPal to pay your Shenandoah Community Association fees each year. We need to let you know that PayPal has begun to charge a 2.9% plus $0.30 (30 cents) charge on each payment you make. If you pay $ 100.00, we receive $ 3.20 less than that into the Association's bank account. Going forward, we will place that amount (4%) on your bill to retrieve the entire fee that is owed the Association. In the future, please add 4% to whatever amount you pay to cover the Paypal transaction fees. ($Amount X 1.04 = $Total Amount ) Thank you.

To mail your payment, send your payment to:

Shenandoah Community Association
P.O. Box 639,
Sharpsburg, Georgia 30277


Assessment Update

Second-half Assessments Were Be Mailed in June


The second-half assessments were mailed out in June. The next assessments will be mailed in December. Stay Tuned. Please keep in mind the assessments will vary based on revenues, budget requirements, and the Coweta County numbers we are required to use for property values. If the percentages of members that pay keeps increasing, the assessments may decrease some more, assuming the other factors don't increase.

More members are paying due to:

  • Zero-Balance Credit, and...
  • More effort on collecting from past-due accounts.