Next Monthly Meeting of the Directors
Tuesday, August 11th at the pool pavilion at 7:00 pm. (190 Driftwood Road)
masks and social distancing is required!
All residents are invited to attend!
Garbage day is now Monday
At the request of County Hauling, we have changed our garbage pick-up day to Mondays. Please download and print a revised yearly schedule available here.
Pool is now open!
Washington County is now in the Green phase of Covid-19 regulations.
Governor Wolf has also announced swimming pools can open providing CDC guidelines are being followed.
The pool is open under normal operating hours.
You will notice some changes including: masks are to be worn, social distancing, readily available hand sanitizer, only two guests per household limit, no pavilion rental or after hours parties and more signage to name a few.
Please monitor this web site for up to the minute updates.
Electronics Recycling Help
You can visit the Washington County web site: Click to go there
Administrative Fee Policy
An administrative fee of $7.00 per month will be charged on ALL past due accounts.
In addition, households that exceed $250 will have an additional 6% per annum finance charge on the balance.
GHA can also restrict pool use, revoke voting rights, assess fees, place a lien against the property and foreclose on the homeowner.
Call today for your balance: (724) 745-4911
We recently published a brief description of the ACC Policy for clarification to residents. You can review the letter by clicking here and you can review the ACC Policy by clicking here.
There have been incidents of vandalism throughout Glencannon and McClelland Farms. Please be sure to report any and all property damage and suspicious activity to the police so they have adequate evidence to convict these culprits. Please be sure to have your exterior lights on at night and parents ... KNOW where your children are at ALL TIMES! When they are caught, they will prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
Attorney fee policy
Residents who fail to pay the monthly $43 assessment for five months or more can expect an official warning letter from Glencannon Homes Association. Failure to respond will result in a letter from the Glencannon Attorney and a $100 letter drafting fee will be added to the amount owed.
Homeowners that force the Attorney file a lien on their property (for lack of payment) will also have those fees added to their account.
Residents of Hunting Creek Road (and all who have them), please turn your lamp post on at night.
Parents and guardians, please know where your children are at all times.
Electronics Recycling Law
Desktop computers, laptop computers, computer monitors, computer peripherals, televisions, and any components of such devices may no longer be disposed in Pennsylvania with municipal waste.
Most Goodwill stores will accept working computers and electronics for recycling with no charge however, Goodwill stores will no longer accept televisions for recycling.
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