Tucked away in the heart of Cary, this combination of single family and town homes was one of Cary’s first Planned Unit Developments (PUDs). Large hardwoods throughout the community and walking trails that lead to the pool give you that "I am home" feeling.
With 155 detached homes and 155 townhomes in the Pirates' Cove neighborhood, there is something here for everyone: families with children, single people, retired folks, garden lovers and those who don't want yard work.
The pool reopened 9AM Saturday, July 23 as estimated
The Triangle Aquatics team worked hard in behalf of Pirates' Cove to have the pool up and running by 7AM, July 23.
The Omega team ensured that the Sonitrol system was reactivated for regular pool usage by 8AM.
A couple of tests of the Sonitrol system and the chains were off and pool open before 9AM.
Thanks again to Triangle Aquatics and Omega Association Management.
Greenway Bridge Replacement to start in July 2016
The Town of Cary is planning to replace the bridge on the Pirates' Cove greenway behind Bay Drive. The existing wooden bridge will be replaced with a new concrete bridge. During the construction the greenway will be closed and the Town of Cary will be using the end-most 2 or 3 visitor's parking spaces closest to the greenway. Work is anticipated to start sometime in July, 2016. The Town is making a big investment in this upgrade to our neighborhood.
Contact them at 919-461-0102 with HOA questions. Individual contact information for Omega personnel can be found on our Contact Us page.
Annual Meeting - 2nd Thursday in January 7:30 p.m.
HOA Monthly Board Meetings- 2nd Monday of each month 7:00 p.m.
Board meetings are open for homeowner input on a quarterly basis in January, April, July, and October.
Check the calendar for dates and times of all committee meetings.
Click Here for a map of, and driving directions to, Pirates' Cove.