Sharpley Annual meeting 2021

Please save the date for this year’s Annual Meeting.  It will be held on Monday, March 15th at 7:00 pm. This meeting will be virtual; the zoom link will be sent via email the week before the meeting.
At this time, the following 3 districts are up for election:District 2District 7District 8
Please see the inside cover of the Handbook or click here for the district map for your district. The district representative role is outlined below.  At this time, we have existing board members who would like to continue to serve, however, if you are interested in serving as a representative for your district, please email Raisa Rivero at rgusakova@gmail.com to be put on the ballot. We will be following up with voting information for these districts soon. 

District Representative Role

The community of Sharpley is divided into nine representative districts as drawn on the plot plan of the community shown in inside covers of both the Handbook and Telephone Directory.  Each of the nine districts elects a resident of the district to serve a three-year term as District Representative.  The District Representative automatically becomes a member of the Sharpley Board of Directors, with an individual vote in official Board meeting business.

District Representatives serve as the primary contact between homeowners in their district and the Board of Directors, helping establish and maintain positive two-way communications within our neighborhood, in support of prompt attention to homeowner questions and concerns, while also providing input to Board policy development, program support, and new initiatives deemed beneficial to our neighborhood.  Three key responsibilities for District Representatives include the following:

·       Attend monthly meetings of the Sharpley Board of Directors as well as the Annual Homeowners meeting typically held in March each year

·       Assist with collection of annual homeowner dues under the direction of our Treasurer.

·       From time to time, serve on Board Committees (e.g., Street Trees, Nominations, etc.) at the direction of the Board President to help carry out the work of the Board of Directors

Welcome to Sharpley!

We take this opportunity to welcome you to Sharpley and to acquaint you with your Civic Association. Your Association was formed in 1966 to help make Sharpley a better place to live and to maintain property values. The Sharpley Civic Association, one of approximately 150 members of the Council of Civic Organizations of Brandywine Hundred, serves as your voice in local government, particularly in regard to matters of zoning and civic improvements.

The Association is responsible for the programs that help maintain our neighborhood’s appearance and livability, including the administration of deed restrictions, snow removal, street tree care, parkland maintenance, speed limits, and law and order, all designed to protect our investments as home owners and to keep Sharpley a safe and attractive place to live and raise our families.

Sharpley Calendar

Annual Park Cleanup

This year’s Cleanup Day for Woodley Park and Sharpley Neighborhood will be held onSaturday, May 4, 2019 beginning at 10 AM and ending at Noon.

Individuals interested in helping with Woodley Park cleanup  should call or email Mike Stetter (Phone: 302-478-7059, Email: Michaelstetter53@gmail.com) before May 4th so we can have an accurate count and help plan the work.

Annual Meeting

The Sharpley Civic Association will hold its Annual Meeting in March 2020 at 7:00 PM in the Main Sanctuary of the Unitarian Church. Please visit our site in the future for the date. This year’s meeting minutes are posted on the site for those of you who were unable to attend.