The Annual HOA Meeting was on Sunday, January 31st. Thank you to all of the homeowners that came! Check out budget details and an overview of what we discussed at the meeting by checking out the Annual Meeting 2016 Summary.
The HOA Board of Directors needs your help! We are currently looking for a volunteer to serve on the Board in the Architectural Control position. In this role, you would be responsible for reviewing architectural control form requests, attending occasional HOA Board meetings, and a few other duties. The Board will provide the volunteer with all necessary equipment and supplies, as well as training and support. We would be so grateful for your help! If you are interested in helping, or have questions about the volunteer position, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you!
Turfway Park is on Nextdoor.com! Nextdoor is a free and private social network just for our neighborhood. You can use Nextdoor to meet your neighbors, check out classifieds from Turfway Park and surrounding neighborhoods, and more! Check out the Nextdoor Flyer for more information about the site and how to join.
The Annual Homeowner’s Association Meeting will take place this Sunday, January 31st at 3pm at the White River Library. This meeting will include a review of the HOA budget and elections for the HOA Board of Directors among other agenda items. The library is located near the intersection of Smith Valley Road and State Road 135 at 1664 Library Blvd, Greenwood, 46142. We look forward to seeing you there!
HOA dues statements will be sent out the last week of January. Good news – dues are not going up! 🙂 A brief HOA Newsletter will be included with the dues statement and is available to view now under the Documents section. If you have any questions about the dues notice or any of the information in the newsletter, please contact the HOA Board of Directors by emailing email@example.com or use the contact page.
Save the date! The Annual Homeowner’s Association Meeting will take place on Sunday, January 31st at 3pm at the White River Library. This meeting will include a review of the HOA budget and elections for the HOA Board of Directors among other agenda items. The library is located near the intersection of Smith Valley Road and State Road 135 at 1664 Library Blvd, Greenwood, 46142.
A neighbor shared the following information to Turfway Park’s NextDoor site:
A few men have been spotted driving a brown van in a neighborhood near the intersection of Stop 11 & Combs Road claiming to sell Kirby products and giving wrapping paper as an incentive for listening to them. The men then come back to your house later to break in. This has been confirmed by a local police officer and residents have been asked to contact police if you see these suspects and vehicle.
Turfway Park’s security officer, Sheriff’s Deputy Steve Edwards, has reported a recent daytime burglary on Runyon Road near Turfway Park. The suspect’s vehicle has been described as a yellow Chevrolet Cavalier. If you see this vehicle, please call the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office at 317-736-5155. For all emergencies, please call 911.
Fox 59 News aired a story tonight about recent thefts from cars in Turfway Park and the neighborhood next to us. The following is an excerpt from the article:
Stolen guns are now in the hands of thieves in Johnson County following a string of car break-ins this week in the Old Smith Valley area of White River Township.
Police said eight cars in the same neighborhood were broken into last week. This week, another six were hit in the middle of the night.
Check out the full article and the news story on Fox 59’s website. As always, if you see anything or anyone suspicious, please call the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office at 317-736-5155. For all emergencies, please call 911.
The following information is from an article on Fox 59’s website. To view the entire article, click here.
Police in Johnson County are warning residents after a series of vehicle thefts in White River Township.
According to the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, eight thefts were reported from Sunday night into Monday morning in the Old Smith Valley area. The thefts happened on the following roads: Hyatt, Welton, Old Smith Valley and Turfway.
Police are reminding residents to watch for suspicious activity and keep their vehicles locked. Anyone with information should call the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office tip line at (317) 346-4654.