The Village of Blue Heron Pines
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Welcome to The Village of Blue Heron Pines
Home Owners Association Website!
The website address was selected so that you could easily remember and identify with it. This site was designed specifically for you, with all of your needs and interests in mind. This is the official site of Village of Blue Heron Pines and serves as a means to bring all neighbors together.
Please use the links above to find information on our community.
There is also contact information for each committee on the individual web pages.
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BHP HOA Calendar
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When is Trash, Recycle, or Yard Debris Pickup?
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Blue Heron Pines Recreation Committee Events
“FAIRWAY FAVORITES” COOKBOOK
The Blue Heron Pines Homeowner's Association "Fairway Favorites," 2nd Edition has arrived! Please pick up from Laurie Kennedy at 607 Country Club Drive. You may call first at 965-9503.
Blue Heron Pines HOA Event - Open House, Saturday, November 14, 4-7 PM
All residents are invited for a special gathering. We would like to welcome all new residents to the community and give them a chance to learn more about the different committees and social groups that BHP has to offer.
BHP HOA Board members will be present to answer questions about projects, impacts to the community, regulations and policies.
Food and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided by the Recreation Committee, however, this is a BYOB event if you chose.
Neighborhood Watch - Galloway Area Crime Alert
Home Owners, please be aware and advise your visitors and family, to keep your car doors locked as well as your home and do not keep valuables in plain view in your car. REPORT ALL SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY TO THE POLICE ASAP – provide as much of a description as possible for the police.
Galloway Police Dept. Phone # 609-652-3705
Please see correspondence below from the Galloway Township Police Department:
I just wanted to let you know that multiple burglaries to unlocked cars were discovered recently in the Four Seasons neighborhoods. In some cases, the suspects were using the garage door openers in the vehicles to gain access to the garages. Please remind everyone to keep their vehicles (and homes) locked and not to leave any valuables in plain view.
We are also seeing a spike in commercial business burglaries. We have video of several suspects and are working a few different leads at the moment. Again, please remind the residents that the police department should be notified of any suspicious activity/vehicles in the area. Thank you!
Officer Carolyn Buckley
Just to keep everyone posted we as the Police Department have done multiple press releases and media releases including prime time television news coverage last week. We release to the Atlantic City Press and free publications such as the Current and the Galloway Patriot. I mention this so that you are all aware that we push the message out to all residents immediately. In addition, Ofc. Buckley contacted the association to make sure that everyone was aware. I don’t want anyone to get caught up in this happening this past week. We have car burglaries all year round. The important thing to note is that 99% of these burglaries are preventable by locking your car doors. This is not to say we don’t want you to report suspicious persons because we do, however the victimization can be avoided for these types of crimes by simply locking your vehicles and taking valuables inside your home. As I have discussed with many of the Four Seasons residents at the senior center and at the meetings I attend, please keep your exterior lighting on at night as this is a very cheap deterrent to crime. Lock all doors and set alarms if you have them. Keep an eye out for one another and if you see suspicious activity report it immediately; do not wait and report it the next day. We are actively seeking these criminals and have stepped up unmarked patrols in the area at night.
Chief Donna Higbee #59