Sharpley Annual Block Party
When-Saturday September 21, 2019 from 3-6pm
Where-300 Block of Brockton Road (between Ashford and Bristol Roads)
There will be Kids’ Crafts, a bounce house, water balloon toss, and scavenger hunt.
Raffle tickets will be sold for great prizes and packages from area businesses
*Please bring a food contribution to serve 10 (last name A-N appetizer, O-Z dessert)
Volunteers needed for set up and clean up. Coolers and canopies are needed. Please contact Marlene 302-655-8163 email@example.com
Sidewalk Repair Form
Many of you have asked about sidewalk repair, and because of your requests we are again offering to coordinate sidewalk repair at a substantial discount to you. Attached you find all the relevant information. Please contact Greg Lavelle at 302-478-6128 if you have further questions.
Sharpley Sidewalk Repair 51288
2019 New Fiscal Year Begins…Monday, April 1st 2019 (Begin collecting dues for FY 2018-19)
Attached you will find further information and your dues form.
Sharpley Dues Notice 51288
Annual Meeting – Monday, March 2019
The Sharpley Civic Association will hold its Annual Meeting on Monday, March 18, 2019 at 7:00 PM in the Main Sanctuary of the Unitarian Church.
Remember these burglary prevention tips for your home
Protect Your Home’s Exterior
- CLOSE AND LOCK ALL DOORS AND WINDOWS. Use deadbolts with at least a one inch throw. Window screens do not stop a burglar.
- Make sure all first floor window air conditioning units cannot be easily removed.
- Display your house number in plain view.
- Install lighting at all entrances, including decks, porches, sheds and garages.
- Trim back any overgrown trees and shrubs from window ledges. Overgrown landscaping provides burglars with a place to hide.
- Neighbors, passing motorists and police officers should be able to see your windows and doors. Close your blinds at night.
- Do not leave ladders in your yard. Be sure to secure them in your garage or shed.
- Reinforce sliding glass doors with slide bolt through the frame and a block in the track.
- Do not hide keys outside your home.
- Do not leave your garage door openers inside your vehicle. Lock interior garage doors.
- Alternate the location/direction of your parked vehicle (s) to avoid predictability
Protect Your Home’s Interior
- Install dead bolt locks on all entrance and exit doors and make sure you use them every time you leave the residence. Many burglaries occur when a homeowner leaves for only a short time. If you leave it—lock it!
- Install window locks. Always make sure ground floor windows are secure. There are bands of burglars who are organized. One will distract you while a partner climbs through an unlocked window
- Install a “Door Viewer” or “Peep Hole” so you can see who is knocking at the door. If you don’t know who it is, do not open it.
- Do not leave information on your social networking sites or voice mail detailing your travel plans.
- Use timers on your lights to give the appearance that someone is home. Consider leaving a radio or television on.
- Cut up, fold or recycle boxes from recent expensive purchases instead of leaving them curbside.
- Do not leave your garage door open when outside doing yard work or other chores.
For more information you can go to NCCo Police Department website.