HOA Meeting Minutes (12-12-23)

Takeaways from the Annual HOA Meeting:

  1. Residents should report public safety/nuisance issues (loitering, abandoned vehicles, etc.) directly to the Middletown Police Department, via their non-emergency number (302-573-2800).
  2. In accordance with Section 6 of our Declaration of Deed Restrictions, trash receptacles should not be placed in public areas prior to 24 hours of pickup. Further, residents should remove trash receptacles on the same day as trash pickup.

Please see the 2023 Meeting Minutes and the 2023 HOA ARC Report for additional information.

Response Times: Email Inquiries

We attempt to respond promptly to all email inquiries.  However, due to time constraints, we may be unable to reply immediately to your questions/requests.  As a guideline, please expect the estimated response times: 

General Inquiries/Questions: 1 to 2 Days
Payment Status Requests: 2 to 3 Days
HOA Project Approvals: 7 to 10 Days

Thank you for your patience and support.

Payment Status Inquiries

Periodically, the HOA has received payment status inquiries from lot owners who wish to obtain equity loans or to refinance existing mortgages.  We will continue to respond to payment inquiries, but it may take several days before we can do so.  Therefore, for expediency purposes, we encourage lot owners to retain payment receipts (cancelled checks, PayPal statements), which they can provide to the lending agencies as confirmation of HOA payment.  

Lenders often require copies of our annual Assessment Notices.  You can download the most recent document from our website.     

HOA Project Approval Process

All exterior projects (sheds, decks, fences, etc.) must be reviewed and approved by the HOA board, to ensure that projects are completed in a manner that is consistent with our Declaration of Deed Restrictions.  Please use our HOA Permit Application to submit your project approval request.   

If you have any questions, please contact us.

HOA Meeting Minutes (12/15/2022)

Electronic Payments of HOA Dues

We are pleased to announce that lot owners have the option of submitting HOA payments, via PayPal, by clicking the Online Dues Payment Link.

HOA Meeting Minutes: 12/9/2021

Please see attached documents for additional details.

Route 299 Project

Greetings,

DelDOT’s contractor, A-Del Construction, is preparing to begin construction on the major Route 299 project that will widen Route 299 from Route 1 to Cleaver Farm Road to four lanes, and add a center left turn lane from Cleaver Farm Road to Catherine Street. A-Del intends to begin construction on Tuesday, July 6, 2021, starting with water and sewer installation along the northbound side of Brick Mill Rd. and along the eastbound side of SR 299, just west of Silver Lake Rd. This utility relocation activity will be off alignment work to begin the contract. The entire project is expected to be completed by fall 2023, and DelDOT will soon be launching a project website that will provide up-to-date information on the project’s progress and phase work that will require short-term detours. DelDOT will provide a notification when the website is launched.

Should you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Community Relations at 302-760-2080, or dotpublic@delaware.gov.

Deed Restriction Issues

Recently, the HOA has noted various deed restriction infractions within our development. The most common problem areas are trampolines and basketball goals.

According to Article VI, Section 14, of the Declaration of Restrictions, “no trampolines of any kind whatsoever shall be erected or maintained on any lot.”

Lot owners are also reminded that (unattended) basketball goals are prohibited, according to Article VI, Section 18 of the Declaration of Restrictions: “No basketball goals shall be erected, placed or maintained on any lot at any time, except for a maximum of one permanently installed goal located in the driveway. Any and all basketball playing shall be permitted from 9:00 a.m. to sundown.”

In addition, the HOA has noticed that several lot owners have installed permanent basketball (fixed) goals near public areas, such as sidewalks and curbs. This is also a violation of Middletown Ordinance § 103-1 (Placement on roadways and sidewalks restricted): “It shall be unlawful for any person to place, store, or keep upon any street or public sidewalk any portable, stationary, or fixed object, including, but not limited to basketball poles…”

This is the link for Middletown Ordinances: https://ecode360.com/13936830

Note:  The HOA may not be aware of certain deed restriction violations.  Therefore, we encourage lot owners to submit any deed restriction issue to our attention.  We will maintain your anonymity and will actively pursue enforcement of the restrictions.

Please contact us if you have any questions or concerns.