News

Sunoco Update Private Well Issue

Management and the Master Board received the following response from Sunoco regarding the private well water issue in West Whiteland Township: "Sunoco is working with a group of residents on Township Line Road and Valley View Road in West Whiteland Township to address problems with their private wells that appear to be related to Sunoco's pipeline construction. Fifteen homes on private wells complained of cloudy water or lack of pressure. Sunoco is providing temporary water supply to those homes and offered to connect those homes to Aqua's public water supply at Sunoco's expense.  During a recent meeting with the affected residents and West Whiteland Township, Sunoco indicated that initial test results showed no levels that exceeded state health standards. Sunoco also notified those residents that work was stopping on that specific drill area so Sunoco could take care of the residents' water issues.  Sunoco noted that work throughout the rest of Chester County, including Exton Station, will continue. Sunoco reiterated that the wells that were affected were private wells.  Residents in Exton Station are on public water and there has been no impact to public water supplies.  Sunoco continues to remain in close contact with Aqua, since before construction and through out the process, to ensure that public water supplies are protected.  Sunoco is committed to maintain open communication with their neighbors during construction.  Sunoco maintains a 24/7 Mariner East information hotline (855-430-4491) that is answered by a live operator and calls are returned promptly".  posted 7/17/17

Rules - Regs Update Effective July 1, 2017

Copies of the updated Rules and Regulations for the Sub and Master Boards were emailed to all residents.  A copy of those documents which are effective July 1, 2017 can also be found on the Documents page on this website.  Please note the correct wording for Rule 35: The use of fire pits and charcoal grills are not permitted in Exton Station. West Whiteland Township prohibits the use of fire pits. If an open fire is observed in the community and reported to 911, the Owner will be subject to fines from the township's Fire Marshall and HOA. posted 6/28/17

Sunoco Pipeline Update

Sunoco has notified Management that they are about two weeks away from punching out the pipeline along Ship Road near the community front entrance.  They are also approximately a month away from setting up in Durant Court.  Once in Durant Court, their crew will only be pulling the pipe through the line, there will be no drilling done in this area.  Updates will be posted here as they are received.  posted 6/22/17

Exton Station Community Pool Reminder from Exton Station Master Board of Directors, Grube's Pool and Management

Those lazy, hazy crazy days of summer have hit with a vengeance. The Board wants to take this opportunity to remind all residents that the pool is open and ready to enjoy.  Please remember that in order to gain access into the pool gates, you MUST have pool tags with 2017 (current) year stickers.  Sharing of pool tags is not permitted. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Tags/stickers can be picked up at the Management office during the week from 9 am to noon and 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm as the office is not open on weekends. Additional guest passes can be purchased from the guards at a cost of $3.00 per person/per day.

Per the Association documents, no pool passes will be issued to owners with past due accounts. This means if you are renting your unit and your account is delinquent, your tenants will not be able to use the pool, tennis courts or rent the clubhouse.

Exton Station Community Association employs Grube's Pool to manage the daily operations of the pool during the season. This includes enforcing the Exton Station Pool Rules and Regulations. The pool company employees and residents of Exton Station and the Crossings are also required to abide by those same Rules and Regulations.

Please be aware that anyone (residents, family members, friends or tenants) who harass, bullies or threatens employees of the pool company will be subject to having pool privileges revoked for the remainder of the pool season. The West Whiteland Police will be called in the event anyone coming into the pool without the proper passes refuses to leave the pool area as instructed.  Anyone who is in the pool area and violates any of the pool Rules will be asked to leave and again if a person does not leave when asked, the police will be called. The Board and Grube's asks for residents cooperation to avoid these types of situations from occurring. The Board hopes that the 2017 pool season will be an enjoyable and safe one for all. posted 6/15/17

Sunoco Mariner East 2 Pipeline Project at Exton Station

Refer to the google map detailing the areas that will be affected by the Sunoco Mariner East 2 pipeline installation on the Exton Station Community property. The information below details what residents in Exton Station can expect during the duration of the project.  Exton Station Sunoco map

      ·   The pipeline project will be adding an additional 16” and 20” underground pipe which will follow the existing pipeline on the

·   The open field area starting at the intersection of North and South Pullman Drive up to the entrance at Ship Road will be the staging area for all crew, materials and equipment for the project behind Durant and along the front entrance at Ship     Road.  The area behind Durant will have appropriate equipment at the site when the pipe is being pushed underground to towards Pullman Drive and Ship Road. Equipment will enter Durant Court from the neighboring property on Stonegate. ·   Sunoco is using underground HDD (horizontal directional drilling) entry and exit points for the pipes to provide a non-intrusive lesser impact on the community. ·   project starts at the Laborers District Council building on route 30 and comes up Ship Road over Stonegate behind Durant Court then over to Pullman Drive and Ship Road then down Ship Road to Boot Road.  ·   Work area in the basin behind 849 to 856 Durant as well as the open field area on Pullman starting at the intersection of North and South Pullman up to the entrance at Ship Road will be play penned with four foot high green safety fencing. ·   The play penned work areas are off limits to any persons not working on the project.  Roving safety patrols will be in and out of these areas. ·   Please note that any unauthorized person who trespasses in the play penned work areas will be contacted by Homeland Security as it is a federal offense to enter these areas.  ·   The most significant noise you should hear will be from work vehicles backing up in the play penned areas.  You may also feel some

      ·   State certified flaggers will be onsite on Pullman Drive during the hours when school buses are picking up and dropping off children.

·   The project will be completed in two phases.  Phase I is the installation of the 16 inch pipe which will be started and completed first.  All crew, materials and equipment associated with that installation will be removed from the site after installation has been completed.  Work areas will be returned to their original condition. ·   Phase II is the installation of the 20 inch pipe which will be started and completed at a later date.  When this installation begins, all crew, materials and equipment will be brought back to the property and stay until installation is completed.  Work areas will be returned to their original condition. ·   Sunoco has thirty-six months from the start date to finish the project. ·   Each separate pipe installation should take approximately eighteen months to complete.  ·   Crews will be onsite during the hours of 7 am thru 7 pm daily Monday through Saturday. ·   Pipe installations will be monitored and inspected by Sunoco, the local and county municipality and DEP officials. ·   Should traffic stops be necessary along Ship Road or Pullman Drive, the state allowed maximum time per stop is fifteen minutes. No closures of Ship Road are anticipated.   ·   Signs will be posted on the fence listing Sunoco personnel and numbers to contact in case of an emergency or security issue.  Residents should also call 911 if you observe any suspicious activity around or in the play penned areas.  ·   Questions regarding the project can be directed to Shannon Gwin at 717-208-7735 Sunoco or to Exton Station at .

Please contact the Management office if these items belong to you.  They were found in Durant Court over the weekend. posted 5/31/17

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Community Yard Sale on Saturday.  Despite the gloomy weather, the sale was a success. posted 5/8/17

GENERAL REMINDERS:

• UTILITY ISSUES: If you lose power, cable, water or any other utilities or see water or sewage coming to the ground surface, your first call should be to the utility company to report the problem.  This will determine whether the issue involves a general area or is specific to your unit.  Problems related to any of these issues are the responsibility of individual unit owners and not the Association.

• UTILITY SHUT OFFS: Please make sure you and your tenant (if applicable) know the location of all utility shut offs for your unit.  These items may be located in the interior or exterior of your unit or a neighboring unit (for condos).  Knowing this information is critical especially where there is water leaking from your unit into another unit.  The sooner the water can be shut off the less cost for damages and repairs to your unit and other neighboring units.  If your unit is part of a two story building, please be aware that the lower unit may contain controls or shut off valves for the upper unit.  This means that whether or not you have a relationship with your neighbor, you are required to provide access to a contractor so issues in the neighboring unit can be addressed as quickly as possible.  Neighbors need to be cooperative in these types of living environments to ensure the safety of their neighbors and the buildings as well.  Failure to cooperate will result in increased costs for repairs for the owner of the unit with the source of the problem caused by their lack of action.  It is also critical that the Management office has contact information for owners and tenants in each unit.  In case of an emergency, if your neighbor or Management is not able to contact you and there is water, etc.. coming from your unit into another unit, the only option available is to call 911 and have the fire or police department gain entry to your unit.  This may involve breaking through a door to get in to shut off water or other utility.  The cost for repairs in this instance would be included in the your homeowner’s insurance claim for damages.  If you plan to be away from your unit for several days or more, please make sure all utilities are shut off as a preventative measure to avoid a potential small problem from turning into a large unnecessary expense. 

• MAIL BOXES: We have received numerous complaints from the US Postal service stating that residents are putting junk mail in the outgoing box.  Please dispose of junk mail properly.

• CIGARETTES: Dispose of cigarette butts properly and make sure the butt is out by dousing it in water before discarding it in the trash to prevent the butt from smoldering and causing a fire. 

• SAFETY: Resident’s should call 911 if you experience a health/safety issue or observe any suspicious persons or activity in the courts or on the property.

• PETS: Keep pets leashed when out on the property and properly dispose of pet waste immediately especially in the recreation and play areas where children are running and playing in the grass.

• TRASH: Heavy duty trash bags/receptacles or recycle bins are required to be placed at the curb no earlier than 6 pm the night before collection day.  All containers should be taken in prior to midnight of pick-up day. On windy days, please make sure your trash and recyclables are secured to prevent them from being blown all over the courts.  If you need to dispose of trash prior to collection day, please use the green trash cans at the front of the clubhouse.  

• FIRE PITS/GAS GRILLS:  Please be aware that use of fire pits is prohibited by West Whiteland Township and Exton Station. All propane gas grills which use an open flame to cook should be kept at least 10 feet vertically and horizontally from all buildings and other combustible materials. Individual owners are responsible for damages to their unit or neighboring units caused as a result of improperly using a propane gas grill.  If an open fire is observed in the community and reported to 911, the Owner will be subject to fines from the township’s Fire Marshall and HOA. 

LEASES:

Per the Association Declaration, Article XI, Section 11.02, leases must be for terms not less than one (1) year and a copy of each executed lease must be sent to the management office along with a completed resident/tenant information sheet for each new lease.  The owner is also responsible for providing their tenant with a copy of the Association documents including Rules and Regulations to ensure compliance with all Governing documents and community Rules and Regulations.  If you are currently leasing your unit, please make sure to forward a copy of the executed lease and tenant info to the Management office so our records can be updated.

 posted 5/4/17

Vehicle Break-ins

There were numerous cars broken into last night in Cassatt Court and Hartford Square. The vandals are taking anything of value as well as car registrations and insurance cards. Most of the cars were unlocked but there are a couple of the car owners that were sure their cars were locked. It is always a good idea to lock your car.  Please call 911 if you see anything suspicious.  If you are the victim of vandals, make sure to contact WWT police to file a report. posted 3/24/17

Exton Station Winter Event - Tuesday, March 14, 2017

A skeleton crew will be on site later tonight to prepare for the storm.  Main crews will be onsite prior to the heavy snow falling and will be working through the night during the storm.  A crew will be dedicated to each court to help expedite snow removal.  Residents are asked to park in their numbered spots and NOT to park vehicles around the parking lot islands so snow can be piled in those areas to reduce snow hauling expenses.  If you have to park in the unmarked spaces, park vehicles next to each other in a row so there is ample open space to push snow - SEE PHOTO BELOW.   

     PARK VEHICLES LIKE THIS IN UNMARKED SPACES  

Email blasts will be sent to individual courts when jockeying of vehicles is required.  It is important that all residents move their vehicles when instructed to as there will only be two (2) rounds of clearing in each court to keep costs down.  If your vehicle is not moved when notified, your spot will not be cleared. The Board is very conscious of resident's safety while trying to minimize the financial impact of the storm. The Board, Management and Caramanico appreciate your cooperation during this event.  Thank you.

Snow Reminders

Please use good judgment and stay safe if you need to be out during the event.  Please stay out of the clubhouse area and courts and off and out of snow piles when crews are actively removing snow. Being in these areas when snow equipment is out is an accident waiting to happen. Drivers may not see you, your child or pet until it is too late for their vehicle to safely stop in time due to weather and ground conditions.  Please do not shovel or throw snow back onto the sidewalk or parking area after it has been cleared as this creates a safety hazard and could cause serious injury to you or your neighbor. Please do not move to an open space to clean off your car, keep the snow in your spot for the plow to remove.  posted 3/13/17 

Exton Station Ballfield

The Association received a reminder from Exton Little League regarding use of the ballfield.  The area inside the fence is for baseball use only.  A League representative observed children playing with shovels and trucks digging up the infield dirt area like it was a sand box.  This activity causes field damage and drainage issues that can be very costly to the Little League as they are responsible for maintaining the field and hopes that residents will respect that ground. posted 3/10/17

West Whiteland Township Police update

Management received the following note from Lt. Matt Herkner of West Whiteland Police stating: "Please continue to encourage your residents to contact our department at 610.692.5100 or through our tip email address (tips@westwhiteland.org) to report their concerns.  While we receive concerns from residents throughout our township, we attempt to respond to the complaints in a timely fashion while handling our other patrol obligations.  If you see something, say something and make sure you always file a report with the police." posted 3/10/17

Viburnum Hard Pruning Project

A hard pruning of the viburnum shrubs throughout the property will be completed over the next few days. This will be the first hard pruning project in the community in some time.  This new service was recently added to the landscape contract.  The service will be completed on different types of overgrown shrubs on an annual basis starting this year with the viburnums.  While the shrub will initially look like sticks, the pruning will encourage more maintainable healthy growth going forward. The benefits to performing the hard pruning are noted as follows: Removing the old wood/diseased wood/broken branches and rubbing branches allows the newer/younger wood to rejuvenate the plant. Hard pruning also stimulates more new wood and helps older plants grow into new more vigorous plants.  Hard pruning restores the integrity of plants natural growth habit so they are open and airy and maintainable. Hard pruning allows more air and sunlight to penetrate the interior, which has a two tier effect with reduced insect pressure and allowing latent buds to break and grow. Winter pruning is good for your plants, leaving them with extra root and energy reserves to quickly heal wounds and support vigorous spring growth that will obscure the hard pruning cuts.  The crew will be leaving bundles of the branches that are removed throughout the property for the chipper crew to come and chip the material. posted 1/25/17 

Roof Issues

Please note that the sub Associations are responsible for repairs and replacement of the roofs.  If you experience a roof leak, please contact the Management office so the roofer who installed the roof can be dispatched to investigate and make the appropriate repairs.  Failure to have the contractor who installed the roof make repairs will void the roof warranty.  Contractors do not make roof repairs during inclement weather due to the liability risk to the contractor and Association.  As soon as weather conditions permit, the contractor will make the appropriate repairs.  posted 10/3/16

Recycling Request from Waste Management

Waste Management has requested that Management notify residents that all recyclables must be placed in recycling bins and not plastic bags.  The plastic bags are causing the conveyer belts in the trucks to jam.  If recyclables are not put out in the appropriate container, they will not be picked up by the trash contractor.  posted 8/2/16

Reminders

  • MAIL BOXES: We have received numerous complaints from the US Postal service stating that residents are putting junk mail in the outgoing box.  Please dispose of junk mail properly.
  • CIGARETTES: Dispose of cigarette butts properly and make sure the butt is out by dousing it in water before discarding it in the trash to prevent the butt from smoldering and causing a fire. 
  • SAFETY: Resident’s should call 911 if you experience a health/safety issue or observe any suspicious persons or activity in the courts.
  • PETS: Keep pets leashed when out on the property and properly dispose of pet waste especially in the recreation and play areas where children are running and playing in the grass.
  • TRASH: Heavy duty trash bags/receptacles or recycle bins are required to be placed at the curb no earlier than 6 pm the night before collection day.  All containers should be taken in prior to midnight of pick-up day. On windy days, please make sure your trash and recyclables are secured to prevent them from being blown all over the courts.  
  • COURT INSPECTIONS:  Management inspections in the courts have started.  Please read your rules and regulations to ensure you are in compliance. Notices will be sent to homes where violations are noted. 
  • FIRE PITS/CHARCOAL GRILLS/GAS GRILLS:  Please be aware that use of fire pits and charcoal grills is prohibited by West Whiteland Township and Exton Station. All propane gas grills which use an open flame to cook should be kept at least 10 feet vertically and horizontally from all buildings and other combustible materials. Individual owners are responsible for damages to their unit or neighboring units caused as a result of improperly using a propane gas grill.  If an open fire is observed in the community and reported to 911, the Owner will be subject to fines from the township’s Fire Marshall and HOA. 
  • ARCHITECTURAL CHANGES:  As you are aware, any exterior changes to your unit need prior Board approval before the changes are completed.  Please make sure you submit your architectural change request form along with all appropriate documentation including before and after photos of the change, colors, types of material being used, dimensions and contractor current insurance certificate listing your unit.  The Management office cannot forward any requests with incomplete documentation to the Boards for review.  Please note no construction can begin until you have received your written approval.  Failure to get prior approval will result in the change being listed as a violation on the resale disclosure certificate and could impact the future sale of your unit.
  • UTILITY ISSUES: If you lose power, cable, water or any other utilities or see water coming to the surface your first call should be to the utility company to report the problem.  This will determine whether the issue involves a general area or is specific to your unit.  Problems related to any of these items are the responsibility of individual unit owners and not the Association.
  • VOLUNTEERS: Social committee is looking for volunteers to help with upcoming events for the community.  If you are interested in helping in any way, please contact Jen Marshall jlakjm2001@hotmail.com

Wooded areas behind the buildings

Residents are reminded that storing of wood, furniture, trash or other debris in the wooded areas behind the buildings or under decks is a violation of the Rules and Regulations. If any items are found in these areas during daily inspections, please be aware that they will be removed and put out for bulk trash on the upcoming Thursday.  We ask for your cooperation in keeping these areas free of trash and other debris as the Association is charged to have these items removed by the maintenance tech. Thank you. posted 10/6/15

Parking

Reminder for parking vehicles: Please be sure to park your vehicle within the lines of a single parking space. Vehicles cannot be parked in such a way that it prohibits easy access to the neighboring parking spaces.  Vehicles should not be parked over the curb as this causes a safety hazard and interferes with pedestrians using the sidewalks. 

posted 10/1/15
Children Playing Parents and children are reminded to keep safety and respect for neighbors in mind when playing outside.  Children playing in the parking lots should keep clear of parked vehicles as well as watching for vehicles traveling into and out of the lots to prevent a potentially hazardous situation from occurring.  Parents should be aware that they would be responsible for any damages to a neighbor's or common property caused by their children.  Exton Station is not an age restricted community.  As such, families need to be respectful of neighbors with regards to creating a nuisance or an unreasonable interference with the peaceful living of any other dwelling.  This means that whether or not you have a relationship with your neighbor, and you and your neighbor are having a problem, the first step in resolving the problem is to discuss the problem in a respectful manner.  Neighbors need to be cooperative when issues need to be discussed.  Understanding another person's point of view goes a long way in maintaining a peaceful living environment for everyone and helps prevent a simple problem from escalating to a larger contentious situation.   If this fails, the next step is to contact the police as the Association does not get involved in neighbor to neighbor disputes.  posted 9/22/15.

Flying Drones

Please be aware that flying of drones is limited to the large open field area along Pullman Drive with the stipulation that the operator is abiding by FAA regulations regarding the flying of unmanned aircraft safely and responsibly.  Drones are NOT to be flown in or around any of the residential buildings or recreation area.  Residents who observe drones in these areas should contact the police.  posted 7/2/15

Red Boards

Please remember to check both sides of the Red Boards for community info.  A clear acrylic holder has been added to the back side of the board to hold copies of the newsletter and other info.  posted 7/2/15

Bird Feeding Guidelines

Bird Feeding Guidelines for Exton Station can be found on the Master Board page under Bird Feeding Guidelines and clicking on the PDF file. posted 6/22/15.

Use Of Fire pits, Charcoal And Propane Gas Grills

Please be aware that use of fire pits and charcoal grills is prohibited by West Whiteland Township and Exton Station. Per the Association's Insurance policy, all propane gas grills which use an open flame to cook should be kept at least 10 feet vertically and horizontally from all buildings and other combustible materials. Individual owners are responsible for damages to their unit or neighboring units caused as a result of improperly using a propane gas grill.  Tubes that lead into the burner should be checked for any blockage from insects, spiders, or food grease. Use a pipe cleaner or wire to clear blockage and push it through to the main part of the burner.  Check grill hoses for cracking, brittleness, holes, and leaks. Make sure there are no sharp bends in the hose or tubing.  Move gas hoses as far away as possible from hot surfaces and dripping hot grease. If you can't move the hoses, install a heat shield to protect them. Replace scratched or nicked connectors, which can eventually leak gas. If you detect a gas leak, immediately turn off the gas at the tank and don't attempt to light the grill until the leak is fixed. Keep lighted cigarettes, matches, or open flames away from a leaking grill. When lighting the grill, keep the top open. If the grill does not light in first several attempts, wait 5 minutes to allow gas to dissipate. Never attempt to repair the tank valve or the appliance yourself. See an LP gas dealer or a qualified appliance repair person. Consumers should use caution when storing LP gas containers. Always keep containers upright. Never store a spare gas container under or near the grill. Never store a full container indoors. Never store or use flammable liquids, like gasoline, near the grill.  To avoid incidents while transporting LP gas containers, consumers should transport the container in a secure, upright position. Never keep a filled container in a hot car or car trunk. Heat will cause the gas pressure to increase causing the relief valve to open and allowing gas to escape.

Dog Feces Health Hazard

Once again, we need to distribute this notice because we are receiving numerous complaints of some dog owners not picking up after their pets. If you are a dog owner, please be considerate of other people who access the areas around your buildings and along North and South Pullman Drives and pick up after your dog. See full document.

Stray Animals not permitted in neighborhood

Please do not allow your pets, cats or dogs roam freely in the neighborhood. There have been numerous complaints received by the Office about stray cats. These strays are now being trapped by the SPCA. Any costs to recover a pet will be incurred by the owner. A collar on a cat, does not change the stray status, wandering loose:stray

Change in allowable bulk trash pickup

Per a new state law, Waste Management will no longer be accepting computers, computer monitors, televisions and other electronic devices for pickup. We await notification of collection facilities that will accept these devices.

Until further notice. Please do not leave any electronic equipment out to be picked up by Waste Management. Thank you.

Late fees for Association dues

As noted in the budget mailings and on your payment coupons, Late fees are now posted after the 15th of each month.

Please mail your monthly association fees in plenty of time to avoid the $25 late fee.

Feel free to contact our management office (610.524.6336) for details.

Meeting Minutes

Meeting Minutes from any Board meeting are always available, upon request. Simply contact the business office to make your request. Minutes may only be reviewed in the management office.  Please understand no copies can be made.

Insurance Coverage Change

Exton Limited, Railway Square, Vanderbilt Home Owners: Contact Smith Insurance Associates at 215-542-5959 if you have any questions about insurance coverage.

Jenny Lind Owners: Contact Ed Hart with State Farm at 610-363-9378 if you have any questions about insurance coverage.

Current Economic Conditions

We understand that the current state of the economy poses severe financial challenges for many people. If you foresee a problem in keeping current on the payment of your monthly fees due to a sudden job loss, etc., please do not hesitate to contact the management office to discuss payment arrangements.

Illegal Solicitation

There have been reports of sales personnel for new windows soliciting home owners. This has been done by both Window Wizards and Power Windows and Siding. Please be aware that this is illegal and if anyone comes to your house for solicitation, you should contact the police. We have contacted the companies involved and told them to stop these actions.

This is even more serious since these sales personnel are lying to the residents saying that they are sanctioned by the Association. Please know that the Association never sanctions any businesses to provide services to our residents. If they say that the Association has sanctioned them, then you will know that they are lying and should not be trusted with anything to do with your home.

Sewer Vent Obstructions

All residents are asked to be mindful of children throwing sticks and stones down sewer vents in lawns causing costly backups and repairs to the owners. Please educate your children about respecting property and the consequences of what they think might be playful ending up being harmful and costly. Residents of Roundhouse Court have already been effected by these actions.

If a child is caught doing this vandalism, the parents will be held responsible for the cost of repairing the sewer line as well as any interior damage to the unit caused by sewage backing up into the house.

Feel free to call the West Whiteland Police at 610-363-0200 or 911 immediately upon seeing any acts of vandalism.

Thank you for your cooperation.

Recycling

There have been some problems with recycling in the community. Please only use a Waste Management recycle bin instead of tall trash cans that can tip over. This will prevent trash from blowing around the neighborhood. You may pick up the recycle bins at the management office. You may have more than one, if needed. Please put your house number on the recycle bins.

Also, please note that pizza boxes are not to be put in recycle bins. Since they contacted food, our waste management contractor cannot recycle them.

Pizza boxes must be placed in a trash bag. They cannot be loose.

Recycling Pick-up Day is Monday. Thursdays will remain the bulk pick-up day.

Email List

Exton Station Community Email List is available.  Do you know neighbors who have not signed up for email blasts for the community.  Let them know that important HOA communications are being sent electronically.  Have them contact the Management office to obtain a data sheet to get access and start receiving emails.  Resident email addresses are only used to communicate information about Exton Station and will never be sold or shared.  Not providing your email will prevent you from receiving important information regarding snow, landscape and other info regarding the community.

Metal washer hoses

Railway Square Condo Assoc residents are urged to pick up the metal washer hoses at the management office. It is important to prevent burst washer hoses and avoid costly damages.

Retractable awnings

The Jenny Lind Association has approved guidelines for installing retractable awnings for the decks. Please read this for details.