Sycamore Creek HomeOwners Association (SCHOA), Inc.      
A Planned Unit Development (PUD).     

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Mr. Dana Gang,

Ms. Takisha Martin,
   Vice President

Mr. Lenny Davis,

Ms. Christine O'Dell,

Mrs. Judy Halsall,

Mr. Ron Nischwitz,

Ms. April Arnold,



Ms. Clara Fletcher,

Mr. George Workman,

Mr. Dana Gang,

Mr. Thong Tran,

Mr. Lee Shellhouse,
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All Committee chairers and members are appointed by the president with the advise and consent of the board.  All residents (owners and renters) are welcome to volunteer.  Please contact our association managers for an open position.



Snow and Snow Removal Information

The recent major snow storm on February 13, 2007 prompted the board to inform the residents on how snow is removed at Sycamore Creek and the cost of its removal. Snow removal starts after the accumulation has stopped and the snowfall has reached at least 2 inches. We generally have three crews working on snow removal. One crew is with a truck to push the snow from the main drives. The second crew has a snow blower clearing the main sidewalks along Sanzon and Zink roads. A third crew is with shovels clearing the areas in front of the garages and the sidewalks leading to the front doors as well as applying salt to all areas. The entire clearing process for a normal snowfall takes about six hours.

A heavy storm with ice such as on February 13, 2007 it has taken over twelve hours. We strive to make snow removal transparent to the owners/residents. But when a major storm hits, this is not always possible. We ask for your patience and understanding. Any vehicle parked in a turn-a-round causes delays as there is nowhere to dump the snow. Vehicles parked in front of garages results in those areas not being completely cleared.

Snow removal information is usually posted on our SCHOA website to inform our residents when the crews will be coming to our complex, status of removal and any cancellations such as meetings. Please check our website often when there is a major snow storm. If the crews miss your area, please call the office or send an email.

Lastly, a normal snow removal with salt application costs the association nearly $3,000.00. A major storm like the one on February 13th costs over $5,000.00. Our annual snow removal budget is $10,000.00. We strive to use this money wisely.


Last updated: 02/14/2007


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