Dear Har-Ber Meadows Residents,

Please help in addressing the following covenant and safety concerns. Thank you for your help in keeping our neighborhood looking safe and beautiful! 

  1. Landscape
    1. The freeze this spring was harsh on landscaping throughout Har-Ber Meadows.  Many residents have replaced dead trees, plants and shrubs.  If you have not done so, please address this as soon as possible. 
    1. ARC Application Instructions:  Go to www.harbermeadows.org.  Click the Applications Link/Architectural Review Committee Application.  Follow the instructions and your application will be emailed to the ARC Committee members for approval.  You will receive communication from the committee via email. 
  2. Fences
    1. Many of our wooden fences are in need of repair.  Wood fences require maintenance to preserve them.  Wood fence maintenance requires board and frame repair, clean and seal or stain from time to time to keep them looking good and to protect the wood from cracking, warping, or bowing caused by UV rays and weather. Wood fence maintenance will help preservation and is a covenant requirement.
  3. Golf Carts
    1. Recently, there have been multiple accounts of young children driving golf carts on the streets and sidewalks that have had near misses with vehicles.  Police will be patrolling in hopes to prevent an accident.

Har-Ber Meadows is a great community because of the residents.  Enjoy the remainder of summer!

Warmest Regards,

Har-Ber Meadows POA

Dear Fellow Residents,

I believe most of you are aware that there have been multiple break-ins of vehicles in our neighborhood recently. The purpose of this note is to notify anyone who is not aware of these events, so you can take precaution to avoid becoming a victim.

Some suggestions and these are not all inclusive:

What we are doing:

Har-ber Meadows has a couple of police officers who patrol our neighborhood at random intervals.

We are looking into the cost and technology to add surveillance technology in the neighborhood. This is being researched now and has been for some time. We hold to have a good solution shortly.

If you would like to become a member of a neighborhood watch, please contact John Duke, our property manager. Based upon the amount of interest and commitment by residents he receives we will work to set up a watch. This has been done before, but over time the interest and participation have failed.

We have a great neighborhood, and I am disappointed that we have this going on here. With all of your help and diligence, we will get this issue addressed and solved.

Thank you,

Duane Rhodes
President
Har-ber Meadows POA Board

Har-Ber Meadows Sidewalk Repair

The City of Springdale is repairing damaged sidewalks in the neighborhood.  The repair work may cause temporary inconveniences for some residents.   Work began 11/2/15 and will continue for a few weeks.  If you have any concerns, please email managementiiillc@cox.net.  Thank you

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