The Vineyards at Wyndham Creek is a 188 unit, Single Family Home Community located in Sherwood, Oregon. Our beautiful neighborhood was built by Centex Homes in 2005. The neighborhood is a family-oriented community just off Hwy 99 with wide streets and green common areas.
The area is within walking distance to Sherwood’s Edy and Laurel Ridge schools, and the soon to be brand, new High School off Elwert Road. Our community is not far from Lady Fern Park and backs up to Sherwood’s wonderful Cedar Creek Trail. The quiet and desirable surroundings make it a great place to live where you can call home.
The Community is managed by a professional management company and governed by a Homeowners Association. Our Board of Directors meets quarterly to discuss Association business and meeting times and location is on our web site.
Please feel free to contact us with your comments, suggestions or would like additional information.
Neighborhood Traffic Issues
Posted on Nov 13th, 2019
It seems our neighborhood is noticing that people are speeding throughout the community and rolling through stop signs more frequently than ever. This poses a threat to the people in the neighborhood. Speeding and not stopping at the stops signs on on Handley, Roellich, and Aldridge Terrace are a huge issue.
The HOA has reached out to the City Manager to partner on solutions to these highly visible issues. The City Manage has committed to addressing this for our neighborhood specifically and will be adding it as a budget item to implement a permanent solution for the speeding problem and the failure to stop at stop signs issue.
Please be sure that you observe intersections, stop signs, and drive slowly. Put yourself in any parent’s shoes and think about how you would feel if a car were flying by your home while your kids are playing and could possibly go into the street. Traffic safety should be in the minds of all drivers at all times.
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Curbside Leaf Pick-up
The City of Sherwood maintenance
crews will begin collecting loose leaves.
The crews will work within a particular
area during a specified week. Please
refer to the map supplied below to
determine which week
the crews will be in your area.
Each area will be addressed in
November and again in late
To experience the full benefit of the Program
and assist the crews in collecting as many
leaves as possible please follow these guidelines:
Please have loose leaves at curbside on the first
day of your scheduled pick up area.
Leaves that have been trampled or crushed by
traffic or have been sitting for a long time cannot
be sucked-up by the machinery and will be left.
Loose leaves, if placed in the street, should be
raked into rows instead of a single pile and
must be 12” away from the curb to allow for
water drainage to the storm drains.
Crews will not walk onto private property
to retrieve leaves.
We ask citizens to not use bags for curbside
There will be no curbside pickup on
To be most efficient we ask citizens
not to park vehicles or place refuse/recycling
bins on or near leaves at curb. The equipment
is big and bulky and cannot reach tight areas
The City’s Street Sweeper will NOT pick-up
piles left behind when he rolls through town at
the end of each month. Please do your best to
ensure that the City crews can gather as many
leaves as possible prior to his schedule.
If you miss your scheduled pick up dates, or
want to dispose of your leaves early, please
contact the City of Sherwood Public Works
Yard @ 15527 SW Willamette Street
(next to the Field House).
With a donation of two or more cans of
non-perishable food for the Helping Hands
local food bank you can bring your leaves
on Saturday December 7, 2019,
from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM.
Questions? Contact the City of Sherwood
Planning Department at 503-925-2308