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News & Announcements

Pool will be closing for the season on Wed., Sept 6th 2017


Tidy Town (Bulky Item Pick Up) and Drop Off - City of Shawnee

  • Saturday, April 29: Residents living anywhere from Switzer (east City limit) to east side of Pflumm

Click here for info (City of Shawnee)

Free Zumba Classes

Looking for a new way to exercise and have fun doing it?

Zumba combines high energy and motivating music with unique moves and combinations that allow the Zumba participants to dance away their worries. It is based on the principle that a workout should be "FUN AND EASY TO DO" allowing Zumba participants to stick to the Zumba Fitness program and achieve long-term health benefits. Zumba is a “feel-happy” workout that is great for both the body and the mind. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps!
Come and join us for an 8 weeks session of a free Zumba classes on Wenesdays Starting January 18th througth March 1st.

The classes will be for an hour from 6:30 to 7:30PM
Where: Tanglewood’s Clubhouse located at 6601 Halsey
What to Bring: Towel and water

For the year beginning January 1, 2017 Tanlgewood's dues will increase 3% from $121.28 to $124.92.

Annual Membership Meeting

The Annual Membership meeting of Tanglewood Estates Homes Association will be held on April 25, 2017, at which the Members will elect three Directors to serve on the Board of Directors for a two year term because the terms of the current Directors are expiring. The Tanglewood Estates Homes Association Board of
Directors will be forming a nomination committee and hereby requests volunteers for such committee as well as suggested nominations for the Director positions.

2017 Budget Information

At the regularly scheduled Board meeting on December 20, 2016, the Board finalized and adopted the 2017
budget. Any member desiring a copy of the approved budget may request one from the Office.

Google Fiber Reminders

The installation of Google Fiber is continuing through Tanglewood. Use caution when driving in these areas to allow Google to do to the micro trenching in the street.

  • Crews will mark important construction zones with spray paint and flags. Please try not to move these, if at all possible.
  • There are a variety of factors that could impact how long the construction process will take, from weather to permitting to the location of existing utilities.
  • If you run into any issues during construction, Google Fiber wants to hear from you. You can give them a call at 866-777-7550 (24 hours a day, 7 days a week). This line has been specifically set-up to answer residents’ questions about construction
  • To learn more, visit the  Google Fiber support page.

Speed Limit

Speed Limit This cannot be stressed enough or over and over again! The speed limit applies to everyone behind the wheel of a vehicle. Please be considerate to other drivers who may be driving slow in Tanglewood, as they may be aware or notice a potential hazard that you cannot see. Do not attempt to pass another vehicle on a residential street unless the other driver indicates it is okay to pass and you have taken the necessary required precaution before proceeding. Safety and prevention is worth lives!

Children Playing Outside

We have heard numerous complaints and have seen for ourselves children of all ages freely playing in the streets, quite often without adult supervision close by. Streets are made for vehicles, and younger children should not be playing in streets, especially unattended or allowed to put up structures that block the roads (e.g., large skating ramps). PLEASE use extreme caution when driving in these areas so that no child is unintentionally harmed.

Pets Roaming Freely

We also continue to have a problem with residents who do not keep their dogs or cats within the confines of their own property.  While cats can be harder to contain, owners should consider other residents as cats can and will cause damage to gardens and landscaping.

All dogs should be kept on a leash, tie-out, dog run, appropriate dog cage/pen, inside the confines of your backyard, garage or in your house. While your pet may be gentle and loving, your animal is at risk of being hurt or killed by vehicles or other animals.   Even the kindness dog will use its natural instincts if hurt.  Please be a responsible and keep your pet(s) safe.

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