2018 Meeting of the Sweetbriar HOA

The 2018 Annual HOA Meeting will be held March 7th @ 7:30pm at the Richland Township Police Department located at 229 California Road in Quakertown.  Physical copies of the notice will be circulated to each home in the coming days.  Click on the embedded image to view the planned agenda for discussion.

Chairs from each of our HOA committees will provide updates on accomplishments since our last meeting.  Other topics planned for discussion include the future of our tot-lot playground facilities as well as the issue with speeding within our community.

As a reminder, the contact information for the Sweetbriar Homeowners Association and board members are:

Looking for a Skilled Typist

The Communications Committee is looking for a volunteer within our community who is a skilled typist.  One of our goals for 2018 is to provide the by-laws and declarations in a word-searchable format for ease of reference.  Currently, these documents are stored in a PDF file format from scanned documents.  They need to be transcribed into Microsoft Word so we can format them and load them onto our website for the community.

If you are interested in helping with this initiative, please contact the Communications Committee.

Thank you.

38-Lot Subdivision Update

Woodrow & Associates, Inc. has submitted a final plan to Richland Township for a 38-lot subdivision of the property located on the 28.6 acres at 380 Trumbauersville Road (Tax Parcel #36-013-007).  As we are an adjoining neighborhood to this property, they have notified us of the proposal submission and of the upcoming planning meeting to be held on Tuesday, December 19th, 7:00pm at the Richland Township Municipal Building located at 1328 California Road.

Sweetbriar Block Party

Join us on October 14th at 3pm for our annual Sweetbriar Neighborhood Block Party (rain date 10/21).  This year the block party will be held at the Phase 3 tot-lot.  Activities planned include music, food, lawn games, bike parade, face painting, photo station, fire pit, and a movie for the kids after sunset.  If you are interested in attending, please contact Nicole Baniak (nbaniak@outlook.com) or call/text 267-733-3418.  Admission is $25/house and the organizers are asking for help with set up/clean up as well as lending various items (tables, tents, etc).  Please see the attached flyer for full details.

NOTE: This is NOT a Sweetbriar HOA sponsored event. It is planned and organized by residents within the community.

Water & Sewer Maintenance Program

In case you weren’t aware, Bucks County Water & Sewer Authority offers a program named “$afeGuard” which is designed to help customers offset the cost of repairing the water service line and the sewer lateral line that run from the outside of their homes to the main.  Click the image below for more information.

Sweetbriar Community Yard Sale

The Sweetbriar community will be having a neighborhood wide yard sale on July 15th, 2017 from 8:00AM – 2:00PM.  If you would like to donate money towards the advertising costs, please click here.  Volunteers can also help by creating clearly written signs and placing them at nearby intersections a few days before the sale.  Thank you to Jeremy Ralston for organizing this event.

Note: This is not an HOA sponsored event.

Welcome!

Welcome to the official home of the Sweetbriar Homeowners Association in Quakertown, PA. Our website is intended to serve as a means of effective communication between the HOA board members and the community. Check back often for announcements and other exciting neighborhood events!

In the interest of maintaining a level of privacy, portions of this website are restricted to community homeowners and is not available to the general public. If you are a homeowner, click here to register for an account to gain access. Be sure to register with a valid e-mail address as we verify a functional e-mail in order to complete a new user registration. You will also be required to provide your residence during registration. This information will help us communicate more effectively with the community in the future.

Thank you,
The Board