EASTWOOD MEADOWS RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION, INC.,
Its a non-profit corporation organized under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsyvania.
Our purpose is for the best interest of our community. Together, We share their ideas, thoughts, feelings and work cooperatively
to make their neighborhood a better place to live.
Together with Law enforcement we build stronger relationships to prevent crime and enforce community guidelines.
Our regular neighborhood meetings is to learn more about each other so neighbors are available to help each other during difficult times.
It is about knowing neighbors and improving the quality of life in the community.
About Homeowners’ Associations
Homeowners’ Associations (HOAs) are becoming more popular in new developments across the country. An HOA is usually created by the developer who builds the neighborhood. The developer creates rules and restrictions best for the community as a whole. As residents start purchasing homes, they join the association and take over running the HOA from the developer. Usually HOAs are non-profit organizations which collect fees from every household. A board is created which has the responsibility of enforcing the rules of the HOA. The HOA uses the fees to make improvements for the neighborhood. Neighborhood groups who want to learn more about HOAs should consult local codes and state statutes to ensure their actions are permissible under law.
Neighborhood associations greatly improve the two-way communication between the city and its residents. Your neighborhood will have a clear, organized way to speak to city government with a guarantee you will be heard. You will have a tool for relating directly to both your elected city council and city service areas. This increased communication can be a resource for upcoming meetings or other community opportunities that may benefit you and your neighborhood. Moreover, you will be put in touch with your neighbors, people who share your fondness for and frustrations of your area.
We encourge all residents to participate in our reoccuring meetings and get to know our board member. Each member server a critical role in our community services.
Property and homeowners who are Association Members
as of January 2018.