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Request for Modifications/Alterations/Improvements
Forms to request approval for the above can be found on the individual HOA web page in the left hand menu. Remember that this is legally required by authority of the by-laws of each HOA. Once the form is completed, you can mail, hand carry, or scan and attach to an email to Sara Wisler at Stoltzfus. The By-laws of the SRA are also part of this website.
Mailbox Bulletin Boards
Please be advised that the bulletin boards adjacent to the mailboxes in our neighborhoods are limited to postings from the SRA and sponsored committees as well as Friends of the CC. They are not intended for personal postings or advertising. Such materials will be removed immediately.
Check our calendar for dates and times, such as the coffee socials, cards, etc. And, if you feel you might want to initiate a new activity, contact the website and someone will get back to you. The barn is available for these purposes.
Residents who walk their dogs are reminded to pick up after the dogs and keep dogs leashed at all times.
Dog walkers should use the two foot grass strip when walking dog and don't let the dog wander up to people's homes and relieve themselves on homeowners' grass/trees/flowers/bushes. You can also use your own lawn for letting your pet relieve itself. Common courtesy to your neighbors should be the rule when walking a dog.Cats are not permitted to roam without a leash.
Spotted Lantern Flies
Posted on Mar 28th, 2019
They’re almost baaaack. . . .Spotted Lanternflies
Those grey or brown globby 2”-4” smears om trees, cement blocks, rocks, cars, horses, barbecue grills – any hard surface – are Spotted Lanternfly eggs that will burst forth in the next few weeks. If you recall what pests these non-native insects with no natural predators were last year, you may want to act NOW to limit the lantern fly population and save your summer. Following are several links that you may find useful as you gear up to deal with this invasion!
Removing egg masses: https://youtu.be/WoFp_MbDiE8 or https://youtu.be/2R69LEnBOCs
The whole Spotted Lanternfly story with great tips and photos from the French & Pickering Creeks
Conservation Trust: https://frenchandpickering.org/lanternflies/
From the Penn State Agricultural Extension (great summary and photos):
Posted on Feb 7th, 2017
Our beautiful Community Center, aka The Barn, located at 249 Steeplechase Drive, is available for lease by residents of Summerfield for private events. You can also sponsor family members or friends who might be in need of a venue for a party, wedding, etc. Information, charges, and contracts are available in the menu on the left side of the website. You can also speak with Sara Wisler at Stoltzfus Enterprises by calling 610-286-5115. Inquiries from anyone not having a contact within our community cannot be considered.
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