|Swale Correction Work - No Parking in Upper Clubhouse Lot|
|Posted on Aug 15th, 2019
The Association will be performing correction work to the common swale area behind 707-715 Churchill and the Clubhouse open space. We will be using the upper clubhouse parking lot for material and equipment deliveries, as well as being our staging area for removal trucks. The upper clubhouse parking lot is the area with the loop road and is closest to Garrison Drive.
For this reason and to help ensure everyone’s safety during this project the upper clubhouse parking lot will be completely closed to all vehicles. During this project there will be no parking permitted and no vehicle access allowed. All vehicles must be removed from the upper parking lot before 7 am on Monday, 8/19. Vehicles will be towed at the vehicle owners sole expense and liability. Please use the Elmhurst/Prospect parking lot entrance for the clubhouse and pool during this project. On Friday we will post signs on Garrison at the parking lot entrance and inside the parking lot (at the start of the upper lot area). Please do not move or drive around these signs after 7 am on Monday, 8/19.
Work will start (weather permitting) on Monday, August 19th and we anticipate completion within 2 weeks (before Labor Day). We will remove the signs and send a message to everyone notifying you when it is safe to again use the upper lot.
The clubhouse and pool will remain open during this project and parking will be permitted in the lower lot only. The lower lot is the lot running parallel to Elmhurst Drive and is closest to the clubhouse building.
The anticipated route for construction vehicles and material deliveries from 8/19 to 8/23 will be via Route 100 and Garrison Drive to the parking lot; then from 8/26 to the end of the project it will be via Prospect Hill to Fellowship Road. “Construction traffic” warning signs will be placed along Prospect starting 8/26 and Outside will utilize a flagger (lead) vehicle to guide the large dump trucks down Prospect. Please pull over when you see the flagger vehicle. The dump trucks will have to travel the center of the road to avoid parked cards and not damage the street trees. You can always turn up Pierce or Elmhurst instead of using Prospect. There will be noise and dust associated with this work. We apologize in advance for any inconvenience this work may cause you.
|Temporary Closure of Garrison Drive for 3 Weeks|
|Posted on Aug 15th, 2019
There will be a temporary road closure of Garrison Drive, between Pottstown Pike and Darlington Lane (Windsor Ridge Development), in Upper Uwchlan Township for the installation of approximately 700 linear feet of 8” sewer line and three manholes. Upon completion of the sewer work, the trench and the roadway will be fully restored with permanent binder and wearing course of asphalt.
This road closure is scheduled to begin Monday, August 26, 2019 and is expected to last approximately three weeks. Work will take place only between the hours of 9 am to 3 pm, Monday through Saturday. No work will take place over Labor Day weekend.
Access to the Windsor Ridge Development during times of closure will be via Fellowship Road and Prospect Hill Boulevard. Signage regarding the closure will be posted on Garrison Drive and Fellowship Road/Prospect Hill Boulevard.
The Downingtown Area School District and all emergency services agencies have been notified of the temporary, daytime road closure.
The Township understands that the timing of the closure, which coincides with the beginning of the school year, is not ideal. However, the Township wants to have the roadway fully restored and finally paved prior to the Winter weather season; for that to happen, work must begin in short order.
|Message from UUT Police|
|Posted on Aug 7th, 2019
The Police want to remind everyone that school will be here before you know it. Children will be getting back into the swing of things and we as adults and vehicle operators need to remember a few things. Use caution while operating your vehicle. Let’s keep the children of the community safe as they are walking to and from the bus stops. Drive slow as you approach children walking, as the may not see or hear you coming and walk out in front of your vehicle. Slowdown in school zones and be on the lookout for the flashing lights on the school buses. We have had problems in the past school years with individuals “running late” for work and proceeding through the red flashing lights on the bus. DO NOT GO AROUND A SCHOOL BUS WITH RED FLASHING LIGHTS ACTIVATED. This is a serious traffic offense and carry’s heavy penalties. The police department will be conducting traffic enforcement details in various locations throughout the township and in the school zones.
As in previous HOA newsletters, keep your doors and windows locked. Remember to obey the no parking signs in your community. The Police hope everyone enjoys their week! Stay safe and remain vigilant! Report suspicious activity right away!
|Pools Opens Daily for 2019 Season|
|Posted on Jun 6th, 2019
On Friday, June 7th at 12:30 pm the pool will open daily for the 2019 season.
As a further reminder, the pool rules are posted on signs affixed to the pool fence. Attached are a copy of the 2019 Pool Rules. The splash pad fixtures are extremely expensive and in an effort to avoid needless damage there will be no ball throwing of any kind permitted in the splash pad area.
Please remember that you will need your access card to gain entry into the pool. If you lost your access card you may purchase one from the Clubhouse Office during normal business hours only (Mon - Fri 10 am - 5 pm). The cost per card is $50, by check or money order only (no cash), made payable to Windsor Ridge HOA.
Here's to another fun and fantastic swimming season!
|Summer Traffic Patterns and Information - Marsh Creek State Park|
|Posted on May 23rd, 2019
Please click here to view the Township's newsletter regarding information and summer traffic patterns for Marsh Creek State Park.
|Township and Police Offices Relocated for Renovations|
|Posted on Mar 28th, 2019
Please click here to view the official notice of relocation for the Township's Administrative Office and Police Department. Their facilities will be undergoing renovations starting April 15, 2019 and are estimated to take 12-16 months for completion. The notice contains the new physical addresses and locations of these municipal services. Thank you.
|Community VENDORS LIST|
|Posted on Apr 10th, 2018
Following is a list of vendors for your home maintenance and service needs. If you have any Vendor recommendations please provide their information by clicking here to send an e-mail to the office. We are happy to add them to this list.
(Pricing for 2019 has been updated)
Buzz Cut Lawn Care and Landscaping, LLC- landscaping services:
Nick D'Antonio – landscaping services:
Schell's Landscaping - landscaping services:
AHR – power washing:
Daltry Painting Inc. - painting & caulking of exterior trim/woodwork + interior painting:
Battavio Plumbing and Heating/Cooling:
Richard Egan Contractors – stucco repairs:
Logue’s Electric – general electrical and lighting:
Murphy’s Dryer Vent Service
TAS Electric - general electric and lighting:
JT Handy Man, Landscaping and Tree Services - general contracting, concrete/stucco, etc.:
Top Hatter Chimney Sweep:
LB Home Improvement - Leroy Beiler - roofing, gutters, windows, doors:
For Replacement Siding - Here is a distributor for the PlyGem Mastic Siding on the homes. The siding is a special order item as it is no longer carried in stock. Take a sample of the existing siding there to match the color. Service Wholesale Inc. 4810 Horseshoe Pike, Downingtown 610-518-5187
Disclaimer: You are under no obligation to use any vendor listed above. You may use any contractor you wish to complete work needed at your home. Neither the Association nor management make any guarantees or warranties for any listed vendor with regard to pricing, quality of workmanship or materials, or availability, etc. Please do your own due diligence before hiring any company. The vendors on this list have either done work in the Association, stated their interest in doing work here, or have been recommended by your neighbors.
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