Flurries are back in the forecast, winter is coming, we’d like to take this opportunity to remind residents of our snow rules.
At this time, residents should make sure their mail boxes and posts are secure enough to withstand our winter snow plowing operations. Wood posts and mounts can rot over time. You may also want to consider installing a snow shield in front of (not attached to) your mail box to help deflect the snow from the snow plows. Our drivers try not to hit mailboxes, but they do occasionally get knocked down due to heavy, wet snow. Our policy is to only repair the boxes we strike.
The Association would like to remind residents that parking on the roads/and or berms on association-owned roadways is prohibited when the snow depth exceeds 2″ (two inches). This is necessary in order to facilitate the plowing and/or removal of the snow. Please help our plow drivers by removing your vehicles and all obstructions from the roadways.
The Village has an ordinance against plowing snow out into or across the roadways. Please make your plow drivers aware of this rule.
For garbage service, Waste Management asks all customers to please have the area and pathway around your container cleared of snow and ice.
Weekenders and Snowbirds: Don’t fall victim to frozen pipes this winter! Please remember to shut off your water when you’re winterizing your homes. You can do so at the water meter inside your house. If you need assistance, you can contact the RSV Utility Dept at 440-805-9018 .
The warmer temperatures helped extend our enjoyable time on the lake well into the Fall, but time has come to put the boats away for the season.
Boaters, please remember to grab your state registration off of your watercraft before winterizing. Valid registrations are required when registering your watercraft with the RRA.