Posted on Mar 6th, 2019
The Hampshire Woods HOA Board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month. Please check in the Upcoming Events or in the "Next Board Meeting" tab to the left for location and time information.
Posted on Jan 30th, 2019
As a reminder to all homeowners - Regardless of who originally built the sidewalk, the Township's ordinance requires the owner whose property is traversed by that sidewalk to clear its full width within 48 hours of a snow event.
If you have not already, please make sure your sidewalk is cleared of snow and ice.
Thank you for your cooperation.
A Message from Cranberry Township
Posted on Nov 7th, 2018
On behalf of our Police Department, please share the attached flier with your residents as a reminder of
No On-Street Parking in the Township. As the winter months approach, our snow plows will need access to neighborhood streets, and cars parked on the streets create an obstruction.
Per the Police Department, parking law enforcement is heightened during these winter months, and in some instances cars may be towed away.
Also, please find attached a flier with more information on our Do Not Knock program, that you may share with residents. Registration is now open for 2019. If residents signed up in 2018, they must sign up again if they’d like to continue to participate.
Thank you for helping us with our outreach efforts! Also, the HOA Forum October meeting minutes will be posted soon.
Have a great weekend,
Posted on May 30th, 2018
A reminder for pet owners:
Please pick up any waste from your pets while walking them in Hampshire Woods. Leaving your pets' waste in someone else's yard (or your own) is a violation of the Rules and Regulations. It is also neglectful of your responsibilities as a pet owner and creates a health hazard.
IN HAMPSHIRE WOODS, NO PET MAY BE ALLOWED TO DO ITS BUSINESS IN THE YARD OTHER THAN THAT OF THE PET OWNER. THIS APPLIES TO LIQUID AND SOLID WASTE. WE HAVE HAD SEVERAL COMPLAINTS FROM HOMEOWNERS WHERE REPEATED URINATION BY THE PETS OF OTHERS IS DAMAGING PLANTINGS AND LAWNS. PETS MAY BE ALLOWED TO DO THEIR BUSINESS IN THE COMMON AREAS SO LONG AS THE WASTE IS PICKED UP IMMEDIATELY.