The Reserve at Fair Hill is Montgomery County's premier estate community, embracing the rich history of rural Olney, Maryland through its 300 acres of rolling hills, pristine valleys, and awe-inspiring nature trails. The community is home to the famed Chichester Historic Ruins, the remains of a 19th century schoolhouse on what is known today as the Freeman Property. More than 130 young professional families reside at The Reserve at Fair Hill, with everlasting traditions of building strong community ties and serving their fellow neighbors faithfully. The neighborhood is proud to be diverse with residents from cultures around the globe and professional backgrounds including those in civil service and the military. With a nationally ranked school system and close proximity to shopping, restaurants, and other services in the heart of Olney, the Reserve at Fair Hill remains the envy of exclusive, world class neighborhoods worldwide.
3 April 2014
The Social Committee announces that on 26 April between 8am and Noon, the annual Spring Yard Sale will take place. Additionally on 7 June, the Spring Community Party will be held. Details on the cul-de-sac location and time is forthcoming.
15 February 2014
REMINDER! Due to the Presidents Day federal holiday on Monday 17 February, our scheduled RECYCLE day of Thursday, 20 February will be pushed back to Friday, 21 February. The holiday does NOT fall on a scheduled trash day and should not affect trash pick ups this week.
27 January 2014
IMPORTANT OPEN LETTER FROM THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS regarding recent snow removal issues:
Many of you have expressed concern about the condition of the neighborhood roads. We can all agree that the treatment and snow removal this year has been sub par. Here is the information the Board currently has.
1. As in previous years, Creative has the contract with Pulte to maintain Fair Hill, Chichester, Woodgate, and Weatheroak. It is unclear why this year's work has been so poor. Matt Leebel, the property manager, has had calls in to Creative and Pulte expressing concern and requesting that Creative properly treat the roads. The Board is continuing to press Creative and Pulte on the matter.
2. The HOA has a contract with Bethke to maintain the private roads that include Bransford, Hawkstone, Ashbourne, and the driveways on Wickham. These roads appear to be in much better shape. Bethke expressed liability concerns about doing the other roads since there is already a contract with Creative that Pulte has.
We will keep you posted with any new information.
7 November 2013
As the holiday season approaches, a reminder to all homeowners that when a federal holiday occurs during ANY point in a work week, the Montgomery County recycle pick-up day will slide to the next day. For example, for Veterans Day, this Monday 11 November, the Reserve at Fair Hill normal pick-up day of Thursday 14 November will move to Friday 15 November. Even though the holiday itself does not fall on the normal Thursday pick-up day, the reason it slides to the next day is because the County actually picks up recycle every day of the week, so various neighborhoods have different days of the work week that exist as their pick-up day.
8 September 2013
The September 2013 general membership meeting, originally scheduled for 12 September 2013, is rescheduled for 26 September 2013. The regular location of Norbeck Country Club and the normal 7pm timeslot remains.
20 June 2013
13 May 2013
A new quick reference guide and FAQ on Wentworth's e-Statement service is now available for download in the Governing Documents section.
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