November 7,  2019

 The Board is pleased to announce that the 2019-2020 snow removal contract has been awarded to Empire State Excavating.  The SLPOA Board has full confidence that Empire will do a great job keeping the roads safe for all residents.  In order to allow them to properly clear the roads, please remember to adhere to the rules below:

Do not pass working snowplows.

3.10 Illegally Passing Plow: No person(s) shall illegally pass a working snow plow anywhere within the community. 

The fines for each of the above offenses shall be as follows: 

a. First offense $250.00 

b. Second offense $500.00 

c. Third and subsequent offenses $1000.00 

If you have anything near the 5ft road easement be sure to mark it with reflectors so it is visible to the plow drivers during a storm.

If you have concerns or questions during a storm, please call the office 570-686-1880. If the office is closed, be sure to leave a message, as the phone messages are checked regularly during each weather event. Do not attempt to speak directly with the plow drivers as they are working and not able to address resident concerns.   

Also, please remember that Winter Parking Restrictions are in place: 

3.8 Winter Parking Restrictions:  Property owners, guests or tenants are not permitted to park any vehicle on community roads and/or easements (easement is 5ft. from edge of road) from November 1st to April 1st.

a.  First Offense is subject to a $25.00 fine

b.  Second Offense is subject to a $50.00 fine

c.  Subsequent offenses are subject to a $75.00 fine per occurrence


We would like to make you aware that some of our bus stops are now being monitored by parent volunteers. These parents can be identified at the bus stops as they will be wearing yellow safety vests. We would like to thank the residents who have volunteered to help assist security in keeping the children and residents safe during bus stop time.

We are still in need of additional volunteers to cover all bus stops and bus stop times. If you are interested, please call the Sunrise Lake office at 570-686-1880.


We would like to inform everyone that UAS Security has been acquired by GardaWorld.

Within the next few weeks the vehicle logo and the signs placed throughout the community will be changed to the GardaWorld logo.

Sunrise Lake will not have any changes to the current security guards within the community. The dispatch number will remain the same as well, (570) 689-4722 x 7. As of today, August 29th the guards will be wearing their new GardaWorld uniforms.

Thank you,



We wanted to share the Commonwealth of PA Law regarding fireworks:

Section 2404.  Use of consumer fireworks.

(a)  Conditions. --A person who is at least 18 years of age and meets the requirements of this article  may purchase, possess and use consumer fireworks.

(b)  Prohibitions. --A person may not intentionally ignite or discharge:

(1)  Consumer fireworks on public or private property without the express permission of the owner.

(2)  Consumer fireworks or sparkling devices within, or throw consumer fireworks or sparkling devices from, a motor vehicle or building.

(3)  Consumer fireworks or sparkling devices into or at a motor vehicle or building or at another person.

(4)  Consumer fireworks or sparkling devices while the person is under the influence of alcohol, a controlled substance or another drug.

(5)  Consumer fireworks within 150 feet of an occupied structure.

Though, Sunrise Lake does not have any specific rules or regulations specific to firework usage, we ask that everyone please be respectful and courteous of our neighbors and adhere to the quiet times as defined in the SLPOA Rules and Regulations.  



Inclement Weather Advisories

  •  Winter Storm Emergency Reminders
  • Stay informed locally by signing up for Code Red Alerts, the Pike County Emergency communication system at 
  • To report a downed line or power outage Text 544487 or or 1-888-LIGHTSS
  • Blue Ridge Cable 1-800-CABLE77 or  
  • During an emergency Pike County will use the following radio stations to relay information
    105 FM 106.9 FM
    103.5 FM 96.7 FM
    103.5 FM 107.7 FM
    105.3 FM
    104.3 FM
    95.3 FM
    98.3 FM
    1400 AM    

New Board Members


The SLPOA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Kim Curulli to fill the vacant position which expires in July of 2020. 

         Kim has a Bachelor of Science degree from Brooklyn College. She and her husband moved to PA in 2004 and have 3 children in the Dingman Delaware schools. Over the years, Kim volunteered for the community in outreach programs including state funded vaccination clinics, tick born illness awareness meetings, Red Cross Blood Drives, and advocating and educating families of special needs children with a focus on education/academic protections.

Kim states: 

I am extremely excited to have the opportunity to work  with the board and further facilitate open dialog between  the board of directors and the residents.”

 The SLPOA Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Chuck Roberts to fill the open board position. Chuck’s term runs until July 2020. 
About serving on the board Chuck has stated, “I decided to volunteer for the SLPOA Board to help with planning for the future. I believe there are many infrastructure issues that will face Sunrise in the next 10 years; community buildings, pool and road maintenance, possible security upgrades to name a few. I would like to assist in keeping ahead of these issues.” 
Chuck grew up in Vermont and New Jersey. He and his family moved to Sunrise in 2001 where his children attended DV schools and now live in NYC and Seattle. 
Chuck has worked in NY television since 1981; being employed from home by RTS Communications (later Bosch) since 1998. Chuck designed and managed construction of mobile TV trucks and several studios in NYC. He does design and system support for TV communications; working on large events such as Super Bowl (6 times), Olympics (6 times), World Cup Soccer, Pan Am games, Oscars, Grammys and MTV Awards. His hobbies are automotive repair, computer programming and motorcycle touring. 

 ​The SLPOA Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Aly Wayne to fill the vacant position which expires in July of 2020. Aly has been a resident of Sunrise Lakes since 2014. She has a Bachelor of Science in Environmental Science and a Master’s Degree in Urban Planning with a Transportation Concentration. She has served on several nonprofit board of directors and on a Home Owners Association board as the President of the board. Aly is excited to serve our community and looks forward to helping make Sunrise Lakes the best place to live in the area. 


  • We have received numerous complaints from property owners in the immediate area of the bus stops. Please be respectful and do not trespass on their property including blocking their driveway, parking in their driveways and allowing children to play on their property. Please remember that all lots in Sunrise Lake are privately owned regardless of whether it is developed or not. Also please be mindful of the fact that during bus stop times, the roads (main roads and side roads) are still being utilized by our residents traveling within the community. For everyone's safety, please have children wait for the bus in a group on one side of the road off the pavement as much as possible as to not block traffic flow. 
    In order to ensure that only Sunrise residents are utilizing the bus stops located within Sunrise Lake, please be sure you have a SLPOA sticker on your vehicle. Security will be enforcing this at all bus stops including the late bus stop over the next few weeks.
    Thank you for helping to keep our community safe. 

 SLPOA has security cameras around the pool, office parking lot, office area and other key areas around Sunrise.  These videos will be viewed ONLY by security and the Board of Directors.