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Hampton Plantation is a beautiful neighborhood at the very northern end of Hampton Point on historic Saint Simons Island, Georgia.  The area is lush with many types of Palm trees, Live Oak trees, large Pine trees, tropical plants, and flowers that bloom for many months a year.  It is also common to see deer, armadillos, and other wildlife in the area.
 
 
 
 
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Flag and Flagpole Dedication at Hampton Plantation on 20 January 2024
Posted on Jan 24th, 2024
On January 20, 2024 a dedication event was held for Hampton Plantation’s new flagpole and flag at our South (i.e., main) gate. There were approximately 50 people in attendance.  We are very thankful for the donations that made the flagpole a reality.  We express our gratitude to the three veteran senior officers that spoke during the event, and a huge Thank You to the Glynn Academy ROTC Cadet that attended and raised the flag.  May the Colors fly proudly over Hampton Plantation!

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Glynn County:
Emergency call 911
Police Non Emergency 912-554-7800
Fire Non Emergency 912-554-7779
 
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Outdoor Lighting Perspectives --
-Donated the lighting for our new flagpole; contact Mike for quotes for outdoor lighting
-Owner - Mike Waters, owner within Hampton Plantation
-Contact information: mwaters@outdoorlights.com, Ph. 912-428-5644, Cell 912-675-1242
 
 
Handyman Services:
 
Taylor's Power Washing, SSI, 229-560-4347 (Joey Taylor on Facebook)
 

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Association Dues
Association Owner Assessments are due quarterly on January 1, April 1, July 1, and October 1.  Make payments to:
 
Hampton Plantation Property Owners Association, Inc.
c/o Association Management, LLC
2483 Demere Road, Suite 102
Saint Simons Island, GA 31522
Phone:  912-638-4590
Contact:  Mary Bryan Fields
 
We would urge all Owners to use automatic bank draws on a personal owner bank account.  You never have to write a check and worry about late payment charges.  Ask Association Management for the form for ACH transactions.