A unique, 55+ active adult community located in Connecticut's beautiful town of Southbury, surrounded by natural ponds, rivers, and trails. Residents enjoy a wide variety of clubs, activities, tennis courts, and beautiful private pools. An 18 hole golf course that winds its way through Heritage Village is available for membership also, a 9 hole course and par 3 course are adjacent to the village. It's a hub of activity situated peacefully and conveniently between the excitement of Manhattan, and all the best of Boston. We are home to a diverse group of active, friendly residents who will tell you “Heritage Village is a great place to visit and an even better place to call home."
IMPORTANT DATE CHANGES FOR YOUR MONTHLY COMMON CHARGE PAYMENT
Please MARK YOUR CALENDAR for these important date changes regarding your monthly common charges which go into effect with the NOVEMBER 1, 2019 monthly common charge payment. The late payment date has changed to the 15th of the month.The autopay date has also changed to 15th of the month.For owners not on autopay, we encourage you to take advantage of this stress-free way to pay your monthly common charges.The form is easy to fill in and are available at the Maintenance Building.This change was approved at the May 28, 2019 Board of Trustee meeting.
Proposed Amendment to the HVF/HVMA Bylaws that will be voted on at the Nov. 26th Trustees/Directors Meeting
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4-Plex Renovation Update
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Thanksgiving is a federal holiday in the United States, celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November. It originated as a harvest festival. Thanksgiving has been celebrated nationally on and off since 1789, with a proclamation by George Washington after a request by Congress. Thomas Jefferson chose not to observe the holiday, and its celebration was intermittent until the presidency of Abraham Lincoln, when Thanksgiving became a federal holiday in 1863, during the American Civil War. Lincoln proclaimed a national day of "Thanksgiving and Praise to our beneficent Father who dwelleth in the Heavens," to be celebrated on the last Thursday in November. Under President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the date was changed between 1939 and 1941 amid significant controversy. From 1942 on wards, Thanksgiving has been proclaimed by Congress as being on the fourth Thursday in November. Thanksgiving is regarded as being the beginning of the fall–winter holiday season, along with Christmas and the New Year, in American culture.
The Southbury Interfaith Thanksgiving Day Meal Committee is holding its annual holiday dinner on Thanksgiving Day. The event will take place on Thursday, November 28, 2019 at St. James Lutheran Church at 111 Peter Road. Doors open at noon.
The invitation is extended to those who are unable to:
- Provide a meal due to financial limitations
- Provide a meal due to physical restrictions
- Or be with family and friends
In order to assist us in properly planning this event, reservations are required. If you do not have the means to be with us, please let us know when you register and we will provide transportation within Southbury. Meals can also be delivered to those who are homebound, ill, or otherwise unable to attend.
Space is limited so make your reservation early by calling either Adele at 203-267-5650 or Carol at 203-264- 3291 November 1st through November 22nd, for reservations.
A free-will offering for Southbury nonprofit charities and/or nonperishable items for the Southbury Food Bank will be graciously accepted.
Please keep your pets indoors
We want to remind residents to keep their pets indoors unless you have them on a leash. Along with the beautiful wooded landscape that Heritage Village has to offer there is also the risk of pets getting lost and the risk from the natural wildlife. Please do your part to keep your dearly loved “fur babies” safe.
Strips & Squares Quilter's Club
The Strips and Squares Quilt Club, which meets every Friday morning in the Fireside Mezzanine, is currently getting ready for the November Craft Fair. On any Friday you’ll find a group of enthusiastic quilters choosing fabrics for a new project or working together on a group quilt. In August we had a quilt show and sale in the Meeting House and these are a few pictures from that show. Anyone with an interest is welcome to come any Friday. Our meetings start at 9:45. In September we’ll be starting a Block of the Month project on the first Friday of each month.Come join us.
New Pickleball Courts
The new pickleball courts are open at pool 4. You can reserve playtime at activities, or for round-robin play just show up Monday through Sunday between 8:30 AM and 11 AM. Wear comfortable clothing and sneakers. If you are a beginner or have never played, "Learn to play" sessions are offered Saturdays and Wednesdays starting at 8:30 AM. Equipment will be provided. Speak to Tom Adamski for any questions.
Construction of the dam began on Monday 4/29 and will last 6 months. You can check the progress for the duration of the project by clicking on the blue box on the right side of this screen titled "Construction Dam Cam". Please, note that the walkway across the dam and pool 2 will be closed for the project.
HV Information Channel
The HV Information Channel on MATV digital channel 16.1 is now available to view on the HV website. You can view it by clicking on the blue box on the right side of his page that says MATV and HV Information Channel.
CT Water regarding the installation of water meters
The Heritage Village maintenance department does not install water meters. Installation of a water meter requires a structural variance and a building permit from the Town Of Southbury. If you are interested in having a water meter installed, contact The Heritage Village Water Company at 203-264-8100 for information.