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.
Contact Shamrock Community & Property Mgmt
Sara & Jed Spera - 503-746-4122
Architectural Changes to Property or Structure
Posted on Jan 26th, 2021
The HOA would like to remind Homeowners that any changes to your property, structures, or lot, both front, back, or sides require Architectural Review approval. It is MANDATORY that the Architectural Change Form be submitted and approved BEFORE any projects are started. This includes all major landscape changes and updates.
Per CCR guidelines, Article V, Section 5.2, no building, fence, wall, outbuildings, landscaping, pool, sheds, occupied structures, decks, or related additions or construction shall be erected, altered, added or repaired upon ANY PORTION of the property without PRIOR written consent/approval from the Architectural Control are considered in violation.
Any additional structures installed on any property/lots need to consider the CCRs Article IX, Section 9.3 Temporary Structures, Section 9.11 Detached Buildings, Section 9.18 Limitation on Square Feet, and Section 9.22 Setback Lines/Variance Approval.
The ACC form must be submitted and APPROVED PRIOR to the start of any items listed above. Failure to submit the form will result in an immediate $75 fine.
The HOA & Architectural Control have the right under the CCRs and Bylaws to remove, change, or modify any UNAPPROVED changes to structures, property, and lot at the owners expense. Unapproved projects seeking after-the-fact approvals will not occur regardless of circumstance.
Once the ACC form is submitted for review, the Architectural Control will have up to 21 days to approve a project and provide approval. A homeowner will be notified once their project is approved to commence. Questions about these guidelines can be directed to Shamrock Properties 503-746-4122.
Community Cluster Mail Box Damage
Friday, February 5th to Friday, December 31st
It has been reported recently that some of our Community Cluster Mailboxes have been broken into and locks damaged. Specifically, the large parcel lockers are having the locks damaged and packages have been stolen.
Mailboxes are protected by federal law, and crimes against them and the mail they contain are considered a federal offense. Violators can be fined up to $250,000 or imprisoned for up to three years for each act of vandalism. If you see damage to your mail box lock or to the large parcel locker, contact the local USPS to report the damage. Also, its a good idea to contact the Sherwood Police and let them know so they can monitor the location.
Be sure to promptly pickup mail and not to leave letters/packages in your mailbox or at your door for any length of time. If you cannot be home to receive a package, make another arrangement or use the USPS Hold Mail Service. Deposit outgoing mail into USPS Blue Collection Boxes before the last collection or inside your local Post Office if possible. Be watchful of your neighborhood and if you see something that looks wrong, report it.
HOA Message Board
Cul-de-Sac Grass Damage & Parked Cars
We are strongly requesting that vehicles not be parked on the street in the Cul-de-sac on Friday mornings after 6am.
The damage that recently occurred on Hines Court because garbage truck drivers could not safely navigate around parked cars in the Cul-de-sac.
This damage is the residual effect of parked cars and not Pride Disposal truck drivers. These large trucks must be able to get out and around the area to pick up your containers.
Unfortunately the grass has been damaged many times in the past due to all the parked cars. In addition, if Pride Disposal cannot access the trash, recycling, and yard debris containers safely, the drivers may leave the containers and ultimately charge you to come back out to retrieve your cans.
We understand you do not have control of where your neighbors and visitors park and we are sending this to all residents in all Cul-de-sac locations. Thank you for your cooperation and understanding with this matter.
If you have any questions, please contact Shamrock Community Management at 503-746-4122