|Join Us For Family Fun This Fourth of July!|
Please join the Peterkort Woods Community and celebrate this July 4th with a day full of family FUN! From 2pm to 5pm check out our Craft Table and Treasure Hunt while kids get to enjoy some free ice cream! At 5pm the pot luck kicks off! Plates and utensils will be provided, and a few extra Burgers and Dogs too! This event is hosted but not staffed. Please check out our flyer below for full details.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Monthly Archives: June 2016
Pool safety and security
Our pool is for the exclusive use of PKW homeowners, their immediate family, their guests, and lessees with the rights of owners.
Legal users of the pool are expected to use their fob to enter one of the two pool gates. They are also expected to wear or display a bracelet provided by the HOA (contact TMG if you need one).
The HOA is hiring a weekend pool monitor for the remainder of the summer. One of their responsibilities will be to verify that the people using the pool are those mentioned in the first paragraph. Please make their job easier by showing the your fob and/or bracelet.
The pool is one of our community’s greatest assets as well as a potential liability. Help protect it by reporting suspicious activity.
If you see someone using the pool that you don’t recognize and/or is not wearing a bracelet like yours, introduce yourself. Politely ask them where the live. If they are trespassing and refuse to leave, call the Washington County Sheriff’s Office (503-629-0111.
For further information on the use of the pool, please see:
In the past couple of weeks, our neighborhood has been the victim of several thefts. Thieves have been taking furniture and planters from the front porches of our homes.
Although most crimes have occurred over night, in at least one case, the theft occurred in the middle of the day.
I would urge all homeowners to report every crime to the Washington County Sheriff, 503-629-0111. You can request a deputy in person or you can make a report over the phone.
There are a few steps we can take to protect ourselves.
- Turn on your front porch lights overnight.
- Cable or zip tie furniture and other easy to move objects.
- Consider a security camera (make sure to submit an ARC request first).
- Keep an eye on suspicious people. Write down license plate numbers of suspicious vehicles.
- If you see a crime occurring, call 911. Call 503-629-0111 for all non-urgent police matters.
A crime prevention specialist from the Washington County Sheriff’s will be at the Annual Homeowners’ Meeting on August 8th. If you have questions or are interested in starting a neighborhood watch, please attend.
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