Next Board Meeting: June 7, 2018 @ 7:00PM

Be sure to find the most recent Board Minutes in the April Bulletin

Note about Board Meetings!.....  First Thursday each month at 7:00 PM at the Clubhouse. Meetings are open to current Sleepy Hollow Homes Association Members and invited guests of the Board

 

 

Your County Supervisor, Katie Rice has a Newsletter! Check it out:

All About Bicycles

Welcome Sign

Clubhouse & Pool:

1317 Butterfield
San Anselmo, CA
94960

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Rental Manager:

Steven Knox
415-578-8632

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SHHA & Pool Membership:


email

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Board President:

Jan Blackford
email

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The Sleepy Hollow Homes Association (SHHA) is a volunteer organization comprised of residents of the Hollow. Becoming a member of the Association is a way for residents to demonstrate their support of our local community.

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SHHA Board Meeting:

Thursday June 7, 2018 @ 7:00 PM

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Safe Streets Committee Meeting!

June 7th @ 11:30AM @ the Community Center
(aka the Clubhouse)

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Read the April Bulletin here!

Katie Rice's Most Recent
Newsletter is about bikes and bicycling!

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2018 SHHA Memberships Open Now

Join Now

Or visit the Membership Page for details

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Summer is coming and so is the Pool!

The 2018 Pool season begins May 26th
Preseason Adult Lap Swim began March 3rd!

Details of Pool Calendar available here.

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See the current home improvement projects in Sleepy Hollow!

Information about all home improvement projects going through the discretionary review process are posted on the County's planning website at:

www.marincounty.org/depts/cd/divisions/planning/projects

Residents can "subscribe" for electronic updates on individual projects or more generally for planning/permitting activity in a specified geographic region such as Sleepy Hollow.

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From Butterfield Safe Streets Committee:

Visit the Safe Streets webpage to read summary of last meeting and ongoing projects.

What can you do when you encounter reckless driving? 

If you experience a dangerous event and it’s in progress, call 911 and Sheriff’s office will be notified and send response or notify the CHP. 

If you observe ongoing unsafe behavior, record time, location, and license plate number (if possible), and report to CHP at 415-924-1100 or CHPMarin@chp.ca.gov.

They will then contact the person or send them a letter. 

Thank you for your help in keeping Butterfield safe!

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Event Calendar

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