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.
The 2014 Pool season is over... Wait 'til next year!!
SHHA Board Meeting:
Thursday January 8 2015 @ 7:00 PM
The November bulletin is now available: November 2014
It's Time for a New Club House!
Former SHHA President John Grubb has taken the lead on the effort to rebuild the Sleepy Hollow Clubhouse! The Sleepy Hollow Charitable Foundation has been established to help fund and oversee the rebuilding of our Community Center.
The SHHA Board has adopted a resolution related to the new clubhouse AND the Sleepy Hollow Fire Protection District. Read the resolution here at this link.
A complete description of the plans, history and to donate to this project, see sleepyhollowfoundation.com
The Sleepy Hollow Creek Committee!
WINTER RAINS AND STORMS ARE HERE AND THE SLEEPY HOLLOW SANDBAG STATION IS UP AND RUNNING
Find the sand bag station at the Sleepy Hollow Presbyterian Church at 100 Tarry Road. It will be in place throughout the rainy season. Bags will be provided but you will need to bring your own shovel.
Contact Patti Vance at PV3@comcast.net with questions.
Creek Restoration Workshop a Hit!
A huge thanks to John Parodi with STRAW and Harold Appleton with Prunuske Chatham, Inc. for partnering to put on a creek restoration workshop for Sleepy Hollow residents. The workshop was held the morning of November 15 at the clubhouse and the training was done creekside behind the clubhouse.
Visit the creek committee page for workshop highlights and photos!
If you’re interested in joining the Creek Committee, please contact Eric at 451-453-4818 or email@example.com
... and don't forget:
The Bulb and Battery Take Back Program
The Public Works Department of the County of Marin is spreading the word about a new and free Household Hazardous Waste Recycling Program for residents called "Bulb and Battery Take-Back Program".
The goal is to reduce and eliminate the amount of illegally disposed of hazardous waste from household products like fluorescent bulbs, tubes and batteries. 10 local businesses have volunteered to serve as convenient collection points for residents to drop off their spent tubes, bulbs and batteries.