The SLPOA Board continues to work with state and local authorities, our pool company, and insurance and legal entities to meet all the necessary requirements to open our pool.
We have openings for certified lifeguards and pool attendants for this season. Please contact the SLPOA office if you are interested. (570) 686-1880
We will update the community as we get more specific details.
Congratulations to Irene, ticket # 146, the winner of the 2020/2021 Dues raffle. She received $500.00 towards her 2020/2021 Assessment. We were unable to sell additional tickets during the closure, but all proceeds from the sale were given to the winner. Thank you to all the participants.
Received from the Census Bureau:
Please respond to the Census today. You can do so by mail, by phone (844-330-2020) or you can go online to complete your response at 2020census.gov.
It is safe, easy and really important to the future of Pike County!
Did you know that for every person who does not get counted in our county, it means that the county loses over $2000 a year? And, because these are the numbers the county will have to live with for the next ten years, that means each person not counted will end up costing the county over $20,000 in lost revenues from the federal government! That money is used to pay for school lunches, libraries, senior programs, health services, road and bridge repair and so much more!
So please, do your part and respond to the Census today...and make sure you remember to count everyone who is living at your residence...from infants to the elderly...every person counts!
Empire Excavating will be in the community this Saturday and Sunday, April 18th and 19th to clear the roads of the winter road materials. In order to ensure that there is no damage to residents’ property, do not park any vehicles or place any items within the five foot easement. Neither the SLPOA or Empire Excavating will be responsible for any damages that may occur to any property that is not removed.
Please remember to secure your garbage appropriately and if the animals get into it, it is your responsibility to clean it up regardless of where the animals drag it to. Let's all do our part to keep our community clean.
The Salvation Army Donation drive scheduled for April 25th has been cancelled and will be rescheduled at a future date.
We are unable to schedule any membership, board or committee meetings until the social distancing restrictions have been lifted.
The office staff is working remotely and remains available for questions. Office hours are Monday – Friday from 9-5. and Saturday from 9-1. Please do not hesitate to reach out to them with any questions or concerns at 570-686-1880.
Our security dispatch number is 570-455-1984.
The SLPOA office has been receiving multiple phone calls and emails regarding the 2020/2021 budget and annual assessments.
The SLPOA Board met last night and unanimously passed a 2020/2021 fiscal year budget. There will be no increase to dues for the next fiscal year. The dues remain at $725.00 for homes and $550.00 for lots.
Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 restrictions currently in place, there was no safe option for the Annual Budget Membership Meeting to be held.
The annual assessment is normally mailed out mid-late April. The office staff and board of directors are in the process of coordinating a mailing while adhering to the current Covid 19 restrictions. The mailing will include, among other items, each homeowner's invoice, as well as a copy of the 2020/2021 budget.
The Board is very aware of the difficulties many of us are facing during these unprecedented times. As in the past, payment plans are available to residents. Please contact the SLPOA office at 570-686-1880 and speak with them to discuss your payment options.
Thank you and stay safe!
We are pleased to offer our residents a way to make payments remotely. Payments can be instantly sent to the SLPOA, utilizing Zelle which is available through most major banks and also through the Zelle app. Payments sent to the SLPOA through Zelle will be credited to your SLPOA account.
If you are paying from a bank account in which the name on your bank account does not match the SLPOA registered owner, for example a spouse not on a deed, or if you are sending from your business account please call the office or send an email to email@example.com to let us know your name and the account you are paying on, the time when you will be sending the payment and the amount you will be sending. This is very important as the only notification that we receive from our bank is the sender’s name and amount. If this information received does not match the name on the SLPOA account, we will have no way to credit your account properly. We do not have access to your bank information or account number.
Any questions, please contact the SLPOA office at 570-686-1880
We hope all our residents are staying safe and healthy as we navigate through life in the "new normal." As we head into Spring and are able to take advantage of more outdoor opportunities while practicing the social distancing guidelines, we have included a few reminders below that will help keep our community safe and clean for all residents to enjoy.In an effort to protect our working environment, employees and residents in these trying time, the SLPOA office, basketball court/baseball field and playground will be closed until Governor Wolf's stay at home order is lifted. Our lakes can still be utilized as long as social distancing is being practiced. Fishing licenses for anyone 16 and over are still required.▪We have received numerous complaints about residents not cleaning up after their dogs. Please remember to pick up after your dog and properly dispose of the waste when you return home. Please do not leave the bags along the side of the roads.▪It is each homeowner's responsibility to properly dispose of their garbage. Bags full of household waste have been dumped throughout the community. If you do not currently contract with a garbage removal service, you can contact the office for the names and numbers of garbage companies that service our area.▪The bears are back! Please remember to secure your garbage appropriately and if the animals get into it, it is your responsibility to clean it up. Let's all do our part to keep our community clean.▪If you are burning leaves or paper products (burning of plastic and household garbage prohibited), please be sure to follow the SLPOA rule below:All residents may burn in a fire container or a controlled pit area. A responsible adult who shall remain within a reasonable distance must supervise outdoor burning. An adequate supply of water, fire extinguishers, or other acceptable fire suppression method or device must be kept in close proximity to the fire. All township regulations must be abided by and the resident must notify the communication center prior to starting the burn at 570-296-7700. One controlled burn shall be allowed on property at any time (refer to Dingman Township Fire ordinance #01-2003–Guide to safe burning).▪If you need to obtain a tree permit, please call the office.▪The post office has asked us to remind our residents to pick up their packages in the parcel boxes in a timely manner. As more people are relying on delivery services, this will alleviate the backlog.GardaWorld Security has a new phone number specifically for Sunrise residents. The new number is 570-455-1984. You can also call the SLPOA office (570) 686-1880, Monday through Friday 9-5 and Saturday 9-1 for any security needs.Although the SLPOA office is closed, our office staff is working remotely and therefore, you can continue to contact the office with any questions or concerns (Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm and Saturday 9 am to 1 pm). You can contact the office via email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com,, or firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 570-686-1880. There is a mail slot located in the center of the office door where payments and other documents may be securely dropped off at any time.Stay safe, stay healthy, adhere to social distancing guidelines! Please don't hesitate to reach out the SLPOA office if you have any questions or concerns.March 27, 2020
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.
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 touri
This year's Sunrise Lake spring edition of the newsletter will be dedicated to the 2020 graduates. The SLPOA Communications Committee would like to honor Sunrise Lake 2020 graduates by featuring their story in the newsletter. Please help us by submitting your graduate's picture and/or story as we would like to include as many entries as possible.
All entries should be sent to email@example.com, at the Sunrise Lake office by June 1st. Please include a short description (name, school and future plans). All entries must be sent to the above email. If you have any questions, please contact the office.
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.
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. .
House $725.00 Lot $550.00
Annual Assessment is due on June 1st.
Please note, delinquent homeowners are now liable not only for all outstanding dues and interest, but also for processing fees.
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.