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The duties of this committee are currently handled by the Board, if you are interested in becoming a member of this committee please contact the Board.
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The Budget Committee is comprised of homeowner volunteers from last annual meeting whose task is to determine next year's Budget and Assessments.
Neighborhood Watch Committee
Neighborhood Watch
If you observed a stranger taking items out of the house next door and loading them into a vehicle, would you be curious? If you observed a strange vehicle repeatedly driving slowly through the neighborhood and the occupant(s) attempting to talk to kids on the street, would you become alarmed? If you observe a resident's door standing open or a front window broken out, would you want to investigate? 

Now imagine that it was your house that had just been burglarized or was being cased, or your child that had been solicited. Would you be upset that no one bothered to investigate or call the Sheriff? 

We realize that most people value their privacy. However, if your neighbor came over and knocked on your door in an emergency, would you recognize him or her as your neighbor? Likewise, if you went to your neighbors in a panic for help, would they know who you are and let you in? 

That's what the neighborhood watch is all about - neighbors getting to know one another and working in a program of mutual assistance; training to assist neighbors in recognizing and reporting suspicious activities in their neighborhoods.
Neighborhood Watch Characteristics
1. Watch groups are not vigilantes. They are extra eyes and ears for reporting crime and helping neighbors. 

2. Members learn how to make their homes more secure, watch out for each other and the neighbourhood, and report activities that raise their suspicions to the police or in case of an emergency, call 911.
Neighborhood Watch Activities
1. Distribute anti-crime information to citizens within the neighborhood. 

2. Hold public meetings with local law enforcement agencies about crime in the community and what can be done about it. 

3. Welcome new members to the neighborhood and encourage them to join in the Neighborhood Watch Program. 

4. Set up a special watch or escort for senior citizens or other potential victims. 

5. Include articles in neighborhood newsletter that gives prevention tips and local crime news. 

6. Organize regular meetings that focus on current crime related issues. 

7. Organize community patrols (including those are usually at home during the day) to walk around streets or apartment complexes and alert police to crime and suspicious activities and identify problems needing attention. 

If you are interested in taking an active part in your neighborhood safety and security or would just like more information, contact the HOA board.