The Governing Documents provide for the designation and establishment of committees. Committees exist to help deal with, or examine, specific issues. Standing Committees deal with ongoing community issues such as finance while Ad Hoc Committees are formed for a specific task or objective and dissolved after the completion of the task or achievement of the objective. All committees have a Board member as liaison.
Please consider volunteering for any of these committees. Contact the SCA Office for more information.
Organizes and promotes the annual community sale which is typically held on the first Saturday after Labor Day. Residents have the option of having a sale at their home or bringing their items to the parking lot and have their sale there. Salemtowne clubs also hold sales in the parking lot as fund raisers for their group. Holding one big sale a year helps all the residents attract a larger number of potential buyers. Each household pays a nominal fee to help fund marketing and advertising for the event in the Greater Salem Area. Funds are used to benefit the Salemtowne Community. <Read More>
Plans and decorates in and around community facilities on holidays and other special occasions. Our Community Center is decked out for the fall and Thanksgiving periods and the Christmas holiday. A small group of volunteers come together with a ‘theme’ and several more volunteers come together to make it happen.
Monitors and maintains the Fitness Center and the fitness equipment.
Records and tracks all rental property; maintains rental property standards and procedures; recommends resolution of landlord-tenant rule violations.
Responsible for the opening and closing of the common grounds and buildings outside of the normal working hours of the Salemtowne employees.
Creates, publishes and distributes the printed monthly Salemtowne News newsletter.
Coordinates the use of common areas and facilities by committees, clubs, activities and by members for private events.
Reviews applications and assigns spaces for vehicles and firewood in the storage lot; maintains an accurate record of assigned spaces and units occupying those spaces; oversees community volunteer events to help maintain the lot; monitors compliance with the rules, as set out in Salemtowne’s R&R’s, for the use of the lot. <Read More>