Single family homes, townhomes, & condos
located in North Fayette, PA.
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Monday - Friday 6:00PM - 9:00PM
Saturday 7:00AM -12:00PM
Cheryl Fink - Office Manager
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Snow & Ice Removal Reminder
from North Fayette Township!
Snow and ice must be cleared within 24 hours. When clearing snow from your property, do not shovel it into the street. It not only poses a safety risk, but homeowners may be held liable for injuries.
If you live in Allegheny County and have an old refrigerator that you would like to get rid of, the Allegheny County Health Department will haul it away at no cost. A new program sponsored by the health department wants to keep harmful gases in the refrigerants from leaking into the environment. Officials hope the program will cut down on illegal dumping.
Allegheny County Health Department officials said
the goal of the program is to keep gases in the
coolant from leaking out and depleting the ozone
layer, which blocks the sun's ultraviolet rays and
ultimately increases the risk of skin cancer.
If you have a refrigerator, freezer, air conditioner or dehumidifier that you need to get rid of, you can call and arrange for curbside pickup.
For more information you can call the appliance warehouse at 1-888-GO-FREON. Or if you live in the Western suburbs, call Parkway Heating and Air Conditioning at 412-279-6001.
The recycling program is only available to Allegheny County residents.
Due to the lack of volunteers to help with the event, the Annual Easter Egg Hunt for this year has been canceled. Thank you to those who have helped with this event in past years.
Walden Woods Annual Meeting
Wednesday, March 20 - 7PM at the CSA office.
Board Member Needed
There is an opening for a new board member. If you are interested in serving, please contact the CSA office.
In an effort to improve the overall appearance of our community and maintain the property values of our homes, the Walden Woods Homeowners Association is requesting everyone evaluate the appearance of their property this spring. Article VI, Section 2 of our bylaws states “the Owner of each Lot shall be responsible for the care, maintenance and repair of his Lot, the premises and all improvements situate thereon.” Recently, a few items of concern have been brought to the attention of the board which should be addressed. They include the following:
There are currently many homes with noticeable mold, algae or other discoloration on the siding. This can easily be removed by power washing, or with products available at local home improvement stores. All buildings need to have this discoloration removed by September 1, 2019 or violation notices will be issued.
Additionally, there are numerous properties with trees or shrubs blocking light emanating from streetlights in our community. These lights help provide safety to motorists, pedestrians and our neighborhood. If there is a tree on your lawn blocking a street light, please trim the branches as soon as weather permits. Inspections will occur this summer, and violation notices will be issued to any properties not in compliance.
Finally, there are a few homes where the grass in the front lawn has been damaged or destroyed from tire tracks. Spring is a great time to repair those unsightly areas with a little grass seed. Again, for the beauty of our community, violations will be issued this summer for those not in compliance.
Thank you in advance to everyone for your cooperation. The goal of the Homeowners Association is to keep Walden Woods looking neat and well maintained, which will help maintain the property values of all of our homes.
To view the new Spring Newsletter from the President, click here.