A Spring Visitor!
A “California Sister” Enjoying Timberland Acres
Four Seasons in the Mountains
Road and Water Projects Completed -- Photos
Over this past several years, some major projects have been completed in Timberland Acres.
Our roads are steadily being improved with quality chip sealing thanks to a joint effort between Timber-land Acres and Navajo County. Many, many thanks to the County for their participation. To view photos of this and other projects click ROAD WORK PHOTOS.
To improve and modernize our water system, several aging and under sized 3” pipelines are have been replaced with new 6” pipe. To see photos and to read about this and other earlier water system work, click WATER SYSTEM WORK PHOTOS.
How To Connect with Us
Telephone numbers and email addresses are set up for contacting the various operations of Timberland Acres. They are:
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**** 2017-2018 Directory Now Being Prepared ****
The new edition (2017-2018) of the Timberland Acres Directory is in process. There always are many changes during the year since the last directory was released a year ago. Please check your information, either by your lot number or your name by clicking DIRECTORY BY LOT or DIRECTORY BY NAME.
The PDF version can be emailed to you at no charge; the bound version costs $5.00. The new directories will be available in the early fall. You can order either or any version at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Nancy Bolce at 928-240-4771.
Please note that it is important that any new information you may have be provided to Nancy or to the TADWID Billing Department, email@example.com. This could be a property owner change, or address and/or telephone information, and of course also would include any misspellings or other errors.
Some Important Property Information To Know about Timberland Acres
(1) This concerns parties who place RV’s on their land with the intention of living in them or using them for occasional vacations. By law, an RV can be used as housing only if an acceptable home (stick built house, manufactured home, or park model) is being placed or built on the property. The applicable county ordinance, Article 22, states: “This article provides for the temporary placement of an RV for one time each calendar year for a period not to exceed 30 consecutive days without a Permit or for up to a year with a Temporary RV Permit. The Permit shall run with the Building Permit.”
(2) TADWID is experiencing some residents using the shut-off valves in the meter boxes to turn the water on or off. Some of the meters are in the process of being locked closed. Do know that tampering with our meters is a Federal offense.
Road Board Tax Levy PASSES! - The $70,000 annual tax levy was approved by Navajo County registered voters who are property owners in Timberland Acres. The election was March 14, 2017, and the results were:
YES 119 NO 12
This levy will be in effect until 2022, and will allow planning, road maintenance, and projects to move forward almost immediately. Congratulations voters, good job.
New TADWID By-Laws - Revised By-Laws were approved by the TADWID Board at the July 22, 2017, meeting. To view and/or print a copy of the new By-Laws click BY-LAWS.
New TADWID Contract - A new contract was approved at the October 22 Board Meeting. It took effect on November 1, 2016. To view and/or print a copy of the Water Service Establishment Contract, click here on CONTRACT. If you have a new meter connection or are a new property owner, you are required to have a stop and waste valve on your side of the meter. If you need to install such a valve, there are two options: (1) Hire a local plumber, or (2) contact the TADWID Manager, Robert Satterthwaite, who is qualified to do the work and will do it at a reasonable price. Robert’s number is 928-241-8712.
Coffee Talk - The every Wednesday morning 10:00 a.m. chat-and-visit get togethers at the fire substation started up on May 3 under the direction of Charlie Denham. Many thanks to Charlie for stepping forward and getting this activity going again! If you need to connect with Charlie, his number is 602-8801-0677.
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Some Important Property Info To Know about Timberland Acres
“Coffee Talk” Now Every Wednesday
***** Important Information for “Next Check” Users *****
New By-Laws Voted Into Effect
(See Below for Reports)
Attention -- ONLINE BILL PAY USERS
The link to the “Pay My Water Bill” function of this website was recently and inadvertently deleted. The function still remains on the website, however, and here’s how to use it: (1) Select “Water District” from the menu at the left side of this screen, (2) at the Water District screen, scroll down to the “If You Want To Delve Further” box, (3) select “Bill Pay”, and then (4) select “Pay My Water Bill” from the next screen.
We sincerely regret any confusion or inconvenience this has caused. Below on this page is more information on what’s occurring with the Bill Pay system.
Do note that the Bill Pay system will be inoperable on November 1, 2017.
Special Board Meeting Held
Monday, August 21, 2017
A special meeting of the TADWID Board was held Monday, August 21, 2017, at 6:00 p.m., to discuss work needed on Well #3.
Quarterly meetings of the TADWID and Road Boards were held on July 22, 2017, at 9:00 a.m.
Agendas for Board meetings are available on the website prior to the next scheduled meetings. For a printable version of the latest set of agendas, click on AGENDAS.
Next Check Users!!
At the July 22, 2017, TADWID Board Meeting, it was decided that the Next Check bill pay system would be discontinued beginning November 1, 2017. The last billing cycle to have this system in effect will be the upcoming September, 2017, billing. Follow-ing that, the system will be inoperable. If you are using Next Check, please plan to make other arrangements as soon as possible. We sincerely hope this won’t cause you any inconvenience. See the July 22, 2017, TADWID minutes for more details on this decision.