New Road Signs Installed

This morning over 25 volunteers come out to help finishing putting up the new high visibility road intersection signs and pull the old, hard to read, wooden signs.

We are aware of some misspelled signs as well as a few that we’re shorted from the order and will have new ones coming soon.  The volunteers will be going around over the next few weeks making appropriate adjustments to the signs and as soon as the corrected signs come in, replacing them.

We are aware of spelling errors on the signs for Roxbury and Thornton and a missing sign for Martinique.  If you are aware of any other errors, please let us know as soon as possible by commenting on the Facebook post or e-mailing the office.


Thank you to all the volunteers that have contributed several weekends of their free time in order to save the Association considerable money. The efforts of the volunteers saved us the association over of $20,000 in labor costs.  Through volunteer efforts like this we will be able to keep our assessments low and still continue to make improvements throughout the Association.


Reminder: New Street Signs – Volunteers Needed July 26th

New Street SIgnsThe new street signs for the association are ready to be installed, but the association needs help from the members to get the work done.

Saturday July 26th will be the next volunteer day to get as many signs installed as possible.  Members who would like to volunteer their time should meet at the Maintenance Shed at 8 am.  If you would like to volunteer but will not be available until later in the morning, please contact the office.