August 13th SRCC Board Meeting
Due to Social Distancing restrictions, if a resident wishes to attend the meeting, please contact the Clubhouse so we can make accommodations.
CLUBHOUSE CHANGES OF OPERATION
We have asked our Clubhouse Staff to work remotely and to have minimal personal contact with our residents.
Events Page has been updated
Please go to our events page to see our planned activities.
2020 Assessments are Past Due
Assessment Payments were due by January 21st, 2020. Interest and Administration Fees begin February 1st.
Please DO NOT throw rocks in the pond!
Rocks have been thrown in the pond and a police report has been filed for mischievous conduct. Violators will be prosecuted!
Rip-rap rocks are used around the Steeple Run ponds to avoid having the pond's water rush
outside its boundaries and flood the surrounding areas.
Steeple Run Views
The August issue of The Views is available
2020 DELEGATION OF RIGHTS
These are due by January 1st 2020. A current Delegation of Rights must be on file in the clubhouse for any renters wanting to use the pool or rent the clubhouse. These forms were mailed to the owners and need to be updated on an annual basis. No pool passes or clubhouse rentals will be issued to renters without a current form on file.
There are still two open seats on the Board.
All fences along common areas, whether new or replacements, must be approved by the Board of Directors prior to being constructed or repaired.
Article 7.09 of the Steeple Run Declaration of Covenants:
7.09 Alteration of Dwelling Units: No Dwelling Unit Owner shall relocate, heighten, lower or otherwise move, change or construct any fence, wall or patio adjoining or adjacent to the "Common Area" unless consented thereto by the Board of Directors at a Special Meeting called for that purpose. A resolution passed by said Board and signed by the presiding officer shall be procured prior to the construction or repair of a fence.
Paid Assessment Letters are Required to Sell Your Home
When selling your home, please have your attorney request a paid assessment letter at least five business days in advance of your closing. The cost of the paid assessment letter is $40.00.
If you need it sooner, an additional fee will be added. The request must be in writing and come from your attorney. Please include the closing date, property address, names of the sellers, names and contact info of the buyers and contact information for both attorneys.