It’s time to start planning for the Annual Roaming Shores Garage Sale! This event will be held 2 days, Friday, June 17th and Saturday, June 18th (Father’s Day Weekend) from 9am-4pm.
If you are planning on participating in the Garage Sale, please fill out the form below. We will add your address to a list with a street map so that visitors will know where to find you. Signs will also be available at the RRA Office that may be posted to your mailbox or at the end of your street.
If you do not want people parking in front of your property, please post No Parking Signs.
Note: If you are having a garage sale, you are not required to sign-up.
I plan to have a Garage Sale during the Annual Roaming Shores Garage Sale…
The Printed list will be finalized 6/16/22!
Didn’t sell everything you had hoped to during the Garage Sales? Goodwill of Northeast Ohio and Northwest PA will have trucks available after the garage sale on Saturday, June 18th to accept the items you were not able to sell as a donation to their organization. These trailers and Goodwill staff will only be available Saturday evening (times and locations TBD). Please see “unacceptable items” linked below. Receipts will be available upon request. Anyone in the Shores is welcome to drop off items.
The Kathy Crandall Entertainment Pavilion is nearing completion and we have some great bands lined up! Save the dates!
Our inaugural concert will be held on June 4th. Renegade Gentlemen will be playing and we’ll have Roaming Shores’ own Dan’s Backyard BBQ serving up some great food! Check out our scheduled concerts for 2022!
July 9th – Night Wolf
Food service by Little Red Food Truck
July 23rd – Miles Beyond Band
Food service TBD
August 6th – 3 for All
Food service by the Polar Bear Club
September 3rd – Waiting for Ray
Food service will be the STARS Rib Cook Off
Concerts are for RRA Members only. Membership cards will be checked upon entry. Concerts are free and tentatively scheduled for 6:00pm to 9:30pm, check for updates closer to the concert date. Food will be available for purchase beginning at 5:00pm. Enjoy from Beach 1 or by boat.
Looking forward to a great summer!
Cleanup Day is your opportunity to get rid of your “unusables”. This event is FREE to residents of Roaming Shores Village from 8am to noon at the Clubhouse parking lot. There is NO LIMIT on loads, however, no commercial or landscaping vehicles will be allowed.
Unacceptable items include tires, refrigerated appliances, batteries, barrels or drums, bullets or shells, commercial waste, dirt, rocks, bricks, tree stumps, combustible materials, liquid and hazardous waste, toxic materials, paint cans, yard waste, food waste and gas cylinders.
Goodwill of Northeast Ohio and Northwest PA will be available during Cleanup Day to accept donations and provide tax-deductible receipts.
Please review their unacceptable items:
• Tube Televisions
• Large electronic items that do not work (i.e. copy machines) or any electronic items that do not work
• Any items with stains, tears, wet, moldy, pet hair or other damages
• Automobile tires
• Paint or chemicals of any kind
• Kerosene and gas heaters/appliances, propane tanks, oil lamps and lamp oil
• Weapons: firearms, ammunition, knives, BB guns, pellet guns, air guns/rifles, etc.
• Fireworks and sparklers of any kind
As Spring slowly creeps its way in, some residents are beginning to clean their properties and take yard waste to the compost site. As a reminder, the Village changed the access procedures for the site.
Keys are no longer available to access the Compost Site. To access the site, please complete the Compost Site Access Form. You can either email it to firstname.lastname@example.org or take a picture and text it to 440-805-9018. Instructions will be sent upon approval. The new system utilizes a smartphone app.
Contractors performing work on behalf of a resident must complete a form and pay a fee to the Village of Roaming Shores for access. Please have your contractor register at the Village Hall at 2500 Hayford Road.
Note: The Association office does not own or operate the compost site and cannot grant access. Please contact the Village for any and all issues.
This year three seats need to be filled on the RRA Board, and five candidates are in the running. The seat held by board member Cheryl Fain will be vacated. Terms held by Nadine Pope (current Secretary) and Rick Brothers (current member and past President) are ending and both are running for re-election. In addition, three new residents have submitted their names for consideration. These three candidates are Anthony DiMarino, Michelle Gabram, and Jeff Grosse.
The Roaming Shores Community Preparedness Club has invited all five candidates to the RRA Clubhouse on Saturday, April 9, 2022 at 10:00 AM for a Meet Your Candidates Coffee. All RRA members in good standing are welcome to attend to talk to and ask questions of the candidates. Refreshments will be served.
Ballots and voting instructions will mailed out by the RRA office staff on Friday, April 1, 2022 and must be received back via USPS mail by April 27, 2022.
Save the Date!
Roaming Shores members are all invited to the Pickleball Opening Social at the RRA Clubhouse on Friday, April 29 at 4:30 PM. Come meet other Shores pickleball players and hear about plans for our new courts and the Pickleball Club. Events in the clubhouse will include information by guest speakers, raffles, food and drinks (BYOB allowed). Weather-permitting, games and demos will be going on outside the clubhouse beginning at 4:00. Players, beginners, and those just wondering what is so much fun about pickleball are all encouraged to attend. For more information, contact Marie Kaufman at email@example.com or 440-485-0688.
Please contact Marie Kaufman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 440-485-0688 with your ideas, questions or if you would like to help with the event on April 29, 2022.
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.
The RomeRock Association, the Property Owners Association of Roaming Shores, Ohio, is accepting applications from persons interested in a full-time position in its maintenance department.
Necessary skills, Knowledge and Abilities
The selected candidate must be skilled in the operation of heavy machinery including excavating equipment and dump trucks, with and without snowplows, in all weather conditions. Must possess the ability to operate a variety of light and medium motorized and non-motorized hardware tools. CDL and/or mechanical experience is a plus. Qualified candidate must have a clean driving record.
- Able to work independently
- Good hands on people skills
- Attention to detail
Normal Shift: Monday through Friday, 7am to 3:30pm. Will be required to work overtime and various weekends and/or Holidays seasonally or during emergencies.
$15 – $18/hr depending on experience.
Great Benefit Package:
- Paid Vacation
- Health Insurance
- Good working conditions
Resumes can be either faxed, e-mailed or mailed to: RomeRock Association P.O. Box 8, Rome, OH 44085 E-Mail Fax: (440) 563-5667