Announcements

Save the date for our annual Fall BBQ/Pic-Nic! 10/21/17

posted Oct 10, 2017, 12:06 PM by joel lamonica

Dear Springbrooke Homeowners Association Member,

Let’s get together to celebrate our HOA with good food, good friends and good neighbors.

Please join us for a Pick’n of delicious, Pig & Chicken hickory smoked Bar-B-Que.


The grill will be on with whole cooked Pig and Chicken, whichever your choice.

There will also be a variety of delicious sides, as well as Sweet Tea, Lemonade & Water that will be provided.

 

If there is enough of a demand, we can provide a vegetarian option for our vegetarian neighbors so they can enjoy the BBQ as well. Please indicate this on your RSVP so we can see if there is enough of a request to justify the accommodation. 

 

Feel free to bring your lawn chairs and other beverages of choice. Adult Beverages welcome (please no glass containers).

 

We are asking for $5 per person with a cap of $15 per family and all proceeds will go to a local charity that will be chosen by our community.


Please bring checks to the BBQ, made out to Springbrooke Homeowners Association.

If you choose to bring cash, we cannot guarantee correct change, so please have the exact amount.

 

*We want all our neighbors to come socialize and enjoy, so if there is a financial reason that you may not be able to attend, please let us know privately and we'll make accommodations for you.

 So let’s get together at:

Twilight Court Cul-de-sac (off Rushingwater Drive)

Saturday October 21st at 2:00pm through 5:00pm                                                                   *(Saturday the 28th will be the rain out date)

Please RSVP with head count to our main mail box springbrookecary.hoa@gmail.com

No later than October 15th

Springbrooke HOA B.O.D

Annual HOA meeting 2017

posted Sep 27, 2017, 10:00 AM by joel lamonica

We will be having an annual meeting of the Springbrooke Homeowners Association on

Sunday, October 8th, in the Oak Room at Bond Park Community Center (150 Metro Park Drive, Cary, NC). 

The meeting will begin at 3:00p.m and last approximately 1 hour.  Door prizes will be given away to a few lucky attendees!

According to the By-Laws of our Association, we must have a certain number of homeowners represented at the meeting either in person or by proxy.  In past years it has been challenging to reach a quorum, so please make every effort to attend this important meeting.  If you cannot attend, then please consider providing the attached proxy certificate to another Springbrooke resident planning to attend the meeting so that he/she may vote on your behalf.


At the meeting the following items will be discussed.

  • Recap the events of the previous year,
  • Share our financial status,
  • Overview and discuss our plans for the HOA for next year. 

(Adding Social Events, DAM improvement, Tree clean-up)

  • Looking to expand committees (Social Committee, Landscaping, etc)

 We hope to see you there!  If you would like to learn more about serving on the Board and/or a committee or would like to suggest additional agenda items for the meeting, then contact the Springbrooke HOA email at springbrookecary.hoa@gmail.com  

 

Thank you,

Kate Wolfe

President, Springbrooke HOA

Save the date for our annual Easter Egg Hunt! 4/8/17

posted Apr 2, 2017, 4:25 PM by joel lamonica

Who: Springbrooke kids age 12 and under (older kids are more than welcome to help hide eggs and hang out!)

What: Easter Egg Hunt and light refreshments

Where: North Cary Park (picnic shelter by the volley ball courts) 

When: Saturday, April 8th at 10am

We look forward to seeing you and your families there!

Development Update on Silverton Swim Club - Letter to Silverton Members From Paul Silver

posted Feb 12, 2017, 2:49 AM by joel lamonica   [ updated Feb 12, 2017, 2:51 AM ]

Dear Silverton Members,

    As many of you are aware, the Silverton Swim Club has been up for sale and I am excited to report that the purchase of the property is complete.  H20 Ventures has purchased the property and we are very optimistic for the future of Silverton.  While H2O Ventures is the landlord, the Marlins Of Raleigh Swim Team will operate the property.

    I want to take a moment to introduce myself.  My name is Paul Silver and I am the head coach of the Marlins Of Raleigh Swim Team.  I grew up in Chapel Hill and moved to Cary to coach swimming full time in 1984 so I am a long time resident.  My wife, Dr. Caroline Silver,  grew up in Raleigh and participated in TSA at Northbrook and also coached.  Caroline is an Optometrist with MyEyeDr, formerly Eye Care Associates.    We have 3 sons, 1 who swims at the U. of Florida as well as a Lacrosse player and another swimmer.       

       H2O Ventures intends to maintain a summer membership for the Silverton Community just like it has in the past, only better. Many of the traditions and activities you have enjoyed will continue including summer swim team, holiday celebrations and more. The diving boards will remain along with the slide and basketball goals and playground equipment so that you may look forward to a family friendly environment.   You will see many upgrades and renovations to the property which has already begun by Aquatic Management Group.  These include upgrades to the siding, roof, bath house, as well as parking lot and much more. 

    In addition we will be constructing a heated fabric structure over the pool that will allow for year round use as well as the ability to remove the sides for comfortable summer use while still leaving plenty of deck space for tanning and outdoor fun.  There will be winter memberships available at a discount for current Silverton members as well as instructional programs, fitness programs, masters swimming and year round competitive swimming with the Marlins Of Raleigh, a nationally recognized swim team with professional coaches.

    More information will be available shortly regarding memberships and we look forward to building on the past of Silverton while expanding for the future.

Sincerely,

Paul Silver
morsilver@bellsouth.net
919-851-3000

Annual HOA meeting 2014

posted Oct 13, 2014, 11:49 AM by Melanie Shekita

The annual Homeowner's  Association meeting will be Thursday, November 6, 2014 at 7pm. The location will be at the Cary Art's Center in the Principal's Hall. A written notice will be place on all Homeowner's mailboxes this week. The written notice will also contain a proxy for residents who are unable to attend. Please come out and consider being on the all volunteer HOA board. It is the enthusiastic volunteer residents that allow our costs to remain low each year. Hope to  see you all there!

Annual HOA Meeting

posted Oct 1, 2013, 2:47 PM by Bob Volpe

Please join your fellow Springbrooke residents at the annual HOA meeting.  Here are this years meeting details:

Thursday, 10/10/13 from 7:30 to 9 PM
Dogwood Room at Bond Park Comm. Center


According to the By-Laws of our Association, we must have a certain number of homeowners represented at the meeting either in person or by proxy. In past years it has been challenging to reach a quorum, so please make every effort to attend this important meeting. If you cannot attend, then please consider providing a proxy certificate to another Springbrooke resident planning to attend the meeting so that he/she may vote on your behalf. Following the meeting, the minutes will be available on our website.

At the meeting, we will recap the events of the previous year, share our financial status, and discuss plans for next year. We will elect new Board members and expand committees (Architectural Review Board, Social Committee, Welcome Wagon, and others if there is interest). Our annual dues are much lower than other neighbors because we have a volunteer Board as opposed to a management company so please consider volunteering to serve.

We have three open Board seats and need participation from everyone in the community!

May 9th, 2013 - Crime Alert

posted May 22, 2013, 12:14 PM by Bob Volpe   [ updated May 22, 2013, 12:14 PM ]

Crime Alert: There are reports that there has been a break-in off Thorpe - a Male and Female (with ponytail) in their 30s. Be alert and keep eyes out for anything suspicious - and call the police immediately if you suspect trouble (919-469-4012) - they are happy to come out. Neighbors are our best crime deterrent!

Solicitors and Car Safety

posted Feb 24, 2012, 7:48 PM by Jim Schneider

We have had a report that on Tuesday night a solicitor was in the Dalmeny side of the subdivision around 7pm with booklets about the "Kingdom Healthcare Inc".  Per the Cary police department, that group does not have a license to solicit, and ANY solicitation after 5pm is illegal in Cary.   We cannot find record that this group exists or has a webpage - you are advised to not let this person in your home and if you choose to answer the door, tell them that our neighborhood does not permit Solicitors and they are to leave. 

 

We have also had a report that late last week some unlocked cars in our neighborhood were opened and rustled through during the night.  Please be cautious and never leave valuables in your car and lock them nightly. 

 

As always, be watchful over your street and your neighborhood.  While Cary crime continues to be low, we the residents are the most valuable asset to keeping crime away from our homes.  If you see anything suspicious, call the Cary police (non-emergency) line immediately at 919-469-4012. 

Trip hazards removed from Sidewalk

posted Feb 24, 2012, 7:47 PM by Jim Schneider

The sidewalk that runs along Thorpe between Evans and Silvercliff - the majority of which belongs to Springbrooke - was repaired on Nov. 3.

 

Sidewalk trip hazard
The Springbrooke HOA Board contracted with Precision Safe Sidewalks to perform the repairs, which involved shaving trip hazards (ranging from 1/4 inch to 2.5 inches) to meet ADA compliance. Since Springbrooke owns the sidewalk, the trip hazards represent a liability concern for the HOA. You can view a video on how the repairs will be made as well as on Precision's website.

A chart imbedded in the October HOA meeting PPT details the number of hazards repaired and cost of the project. Silverton owns two shorter portions of the complete sidewalk. Silverton participated in the project and paid for their portion of the repairs.

Precision's method of repair qualifies as a "green" building practice and is more environmentally friendly than removing and replacing panels. Precision's method also offers better dust collection as compared to grinding.

If you have questions regarding the repair, contact HOA President Jason King.

Highlights of Cary PD presentation at Annual Meeting

posted Feb 24, 2012, 7:46 PM by Jim Schneider

Officers from the Town of Cary Police Department joined Springbrooke homeowners at the 2011 HOA Annual Meeting held Oct. 11. Items of interest are listed in this article. If you would like to view the PowerPoint presentation (PDF) from the meeting, click here.

- If you have a non-emergency, dial 469-4012.

- For those of you interested in attending the Town of Cary Police Department's Home Security Seminar, it will be held Dec. 14 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at the Police Department at 120 Wilkinson Ave. The official announcement has not been released yet but last year's can be viewed online at http://www.townofcary.org/Departments/Administration/pio/News_Releases/news2010/hsspsa.htm. If you would like to reserve a seat, contact Officer John Reeves at john.reeves@townofcary.org .

- The PD has quite a bit of information on its website athttp://www.townofcary.org/Departments/police.htm.

- We had a question about whether you can receive "reverse 911" calls on a cellphone. According to Capt. Don Hamilton: "I checked with our 911 Center and currently, there is no way to ensure the callers address shows up from a cell phone call to the Center. Each cell carrier is a bit different, but most have the technology to give us coordinates to get within a hundred feet or so. However, all of them do not and they still get several call a day from cell phones with no tracking capabilities. I would encourage your residents that use cell phones instead of a landline to call their carrier to see what level they have."

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