Announcements

2023 Block Party
New office hours
We are changing our office hours starting Monday, May 22, 2023.  New hours are 10am to 4pm Monday through Friday.  The 2nd Saturday of every month will be 10am to 2pm and closed the following Monday.
Emergency Alert System
Seniors

Seniors often face unique challenges when it comes to finding appropriate care and housing. Ensuring that they have access to adequate support, services, and living arrangements is crucial for their well-being and overall quality of life. That's why I wanted to share with you a few valuable articles from Caring.com that I believe would make an excellent addition to your website and greatly benefit your readers:

Community Clean Up Members
We want to say thank you to those who had helped clean up the community of trash.  We really appreciate all your help.
Emergency Management
The Monroe County Office of Emergency Management has recommended that all community members register with Alert PA, Pennsylvania Emergency and Weather Alert notifications.

866-419-5000 or Emergency Alert for Emergency Notifications
855-969-4636 or Community Alert for General Notifications
800-566-9780 or Weather Alert for CodeRED Weather Warning Alerts

Veterans
Our guide helps veterans learn about the benefits of non-traditional post secondary education and other important details about vocational and apprenticeship programs, such as eligibility, costs, and transitioning to working civilian

You can view our guide here: https://www.intelligent.com/veterans-guide-to-vocational-and-apprenticeship-programs/
Apprenticeship employment guide
Resume builder and apprenticeship employment guide

https://www.resumebuilder.com/apprenticeship-resources-by-state/
Community Yard Sale
No ATVS, Dirtbikes, Scooters....call state police
Seniors in PA

Many aging adults are unaware of the available care options and programs that can help them maintain their independence and quality of life. So we created a free resource that provides comprehensive information on topics like financial support and in-home care options that are available in their area. You can read more about our work here:

Resale Procedures


2023 Dues are $810.06 for a developed lot, $521.32 for an undeveloped lot.  The resale certificate is $200.00 payable to Timber Hill Community.  You will need a Right of First Refusal from NEPA Management at 570-421-5409.

Capital Improvement Fees for the buyer are $810.06 for a developed lot (house) and $260.66 for an undeveloped lot and a New Member Fee of $200.00.  Multi Family fee is $1,091.08 and Section V $100.69.

2022 Dues are $771.49 for a developed lot, $496.50 for an undeveloped lot.  The resale certificate is $200.00 payable to Timber Hill Community.  You will need a Right of First Refusal from NEPA Management at 570-421-5409.

Capital Improvement fees for the buyer are $771.49 for a developed lot and $248.25 for an undeveloped lot and a New Member fee of $200.00.  Multi Family fee is $1046.46 and Section V $101.60.

2023 Dues

2023 Dues


The 2023 Dues are due Feb. 15, 2023.  A late fee of $25.00 is assessed on 2-15-23 and a $50.00 on 4-1-23 and 1.25% monthly interest accrues.   The Dues are as follows:  Developed (house) $810.06, Undeveloped Lot $521.32, Multi-Family $1,091.08 Section V $201.38.