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RECYCLING BIN LIDS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE TOWNSHIP HALL. Residents wishing to pick one up can stop by Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
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New Rumpke Contract.  Effective February 1st the new Rumpke contract will go into effect which allows for recycle, trash and yard waste picked up on the same day. The new monthly rate...… Read on

Our Summerfield Village Holiday Light Decorating Contest winners have been selected.  If you haven’t seen our winner, click for results >

Thank you to all the volunteers that helped make the pool season a success.  A special thank you to Tim Kerns for organizing and taking charge of the pool!

House Check:   Before traveling, call the Delaware County Sheriff’s Office @ 740-833-2800 and they will provide periodic checks on your house. One quick phone call to the Sheriff’s Office will help provide you with a little extra peace of mind while you’re on vacation. Our patrol will be informed that you’re away, and we’ll be sure to make additional passes down your street. But you can help too! See the tips here

Highlights from this year Olentangy 4th of July Celebration! The parade was out in full force this year with school bands, floats, those who service our country or community, and more. It was a perfect night for fireworks at Alum Creek State Park.  To view pictures, click Parade or Fireworks

3 Year Trash & Recycling Contract to Save Orange Township Taxpayers Money.  During a regular meeting of the Orange Township Board of Trustees, held on June 17, 2014, Trustees awarded residential trash, yard waste and recycling services to...… Read on

Trash Removal Issues -   If at anytime during the year Rumpke misses your street or home, please call them at 1-800-828-8171 or township hall.  For a schedule of pick up dates include holidays, please visit their website at

Minutes from Homeowners Annual Meeting held Feb 28, 2014 >>

Winners of this year’s SVHOA Holiday Lighting Contest  here >>

Simple Precautions Can Help Keep Our Neighborhood Safe

• Don't use a cell phone while driving!  A single distraction could lead
to a tragedy. Pay extra attention to the side of the road while driving.

• Do not pass vehicles that have stopped in the roadway. They could
be dropping off children.

• If walking the neighborhood at night, make sure drivers can see you.
Carry flashlights or glow sticks or use reflective tape on your clothing.

• Be sure your children know how to cross a street. Instruct children to
look both ways before crossing the street and to cross only at corners
or crosswalks.

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Deed Restrictions

The Board of Trustees would like to take this opportunity to remind
residents that all exterior modifications need approval by the Board per
the SVHOA Deed restrictions. These modifications include (but are not limited to) the following:

• Awnings/pergolas/arbors

• Permanent basketball hoops

• Patio upgrades (concrete beyond what was originally provided, paver patios, etc).

• Installation/replacement of driveway other than blacktop

• Storage buildings/sheds

Residents not obtaining the appropriate approvals risk having
the modifications removed at their expense. A copy of the deed
restrictions can be found here.

Delaware County Road Improvement Projects for 2013 - 2014

For a current construction schedule of Road Improvements from the the Delaware County Engineer's office click here: Road Improvement Schedule

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With the start of a New Year, please make one of your resolutions to take pride in our neighborhood and help keep it clean

Now is the time to take down and put away your holiday decorations.  Also do some quick yard clean up and dispose of old newspapers, boxes, wrappers, and plastic containers laying around and under bushes and trees, and along the curb.

Just taking just a few minutes to clean up can make a difference in keeping our neighborhood beautiful and appealing to our neighbors and visitors.