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Major Winter Storm! Please be patient.

Our snow removal contractor will have over 20 trucks working to clear GHPOA roads. As always, roads will be cleared of snow in the following order: (1) Major thoroughfares; (2) Cross streets; (3) Side streets and (4) Cul-de-sacs. Since we have numerous short streets and cul-de-sacs, which are more time consuming to clear of snow, we ask for your patience and understanding.

To assist our snow removal contractor in pushing snow as quickly and efficiently as possible, we are again asking each of you to remove all vehicle(s) from the street and park them in your garage or driveway.

Thank you for your cooperation.

GHPOA Monthly Board Meeting (Public Portion)

Mon, Feb 15, 2021 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM (EST)

Please note that the start time is a best estimate.

Due to the winter storm, the in-person meeting will now be virtual.  Should you wish to view the meeting, please join from your computer, tablet, or smartphone.

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GHPOA Board Meeting Update

Due to projected snowfall of between 6 to 8 inches by early evening, the Board has cancelled the in-person meeting that was scheduled to be held at the Indianapolis Yacht Club today between 6 and 8 p.m.  Information on how to participate in the virtual meeting will be posted as soon as it becomes available.

Winter Storm Warning! Please park your vehicle(s) in your garage or driveway.

A winter storm warning is in effect from 7 p.m. today until 7 am. Tuesday.  Snowfall projections range from 4 to 7 inches.  As a courtesy to your neighbors and to assist our snow removal contractor in pushing snow as quickly and safely as possible, we ask for your cooperation in moving your vehicle(s) from the street to your garage or driveway.  Thank you.

Snow Alert Update!

There is the possibility of snow accumulation of 1 to 2+ inches beginning tonight into Sunday. If snow reaches 2 inches or more, a snow push will be authorized. Due to the possibility of a snow push, please assist your Association in snow removal by removing your vehicle(s) from the street and parking them in your driveway overnight. Thank you.

GHPOA Mailbox Damage

Unfortunately, during the recent snow push some mailboxes were damaged. Per the terms of our contract, our snow contractor is fully responsible for any costs associated with repair or replacement. To report a damaged mailbox, please email customerservice@cas-indiana.com. Please include your street address and a phone number.

Snow Alert

A winter storm, with projected snow accumulations of 2” to 6”, is expected to start today at around 4 p.m. GHPOA is closely monitoring this weather situation. Snow push begins when accumulations reach 2″. For our snow contractor to push snow as efficiently and quickly as possible, your GHPOA Board requests your cooperation in moving all vehicles from the street to your driveway. Snow will be removed in the following sequence: (1) Major thoroughfares; (2) Cross streets; (3) Side streets and (4) Cul-de-sacs.

Sgt. Mike Walton Named Geist Patrol’s Officer of the Year

Tony Craig, Director of Operations for Geist Patrol, has announced that Sgt. Mike Walton, a 36-year law enforcement veteran and a former Chief of Police, has been named “Officer of the Year” for the second consecutive year.  Sgt. Walton, a Sergeant with IMPD, has worked for Geist Patrol for four years.  During that time, he has been a role model, and  mentor who displays an outstanding work ethic through his communication skills as well as through his attendance and daily work ethic.  Sgt. “Mike” also holds the designation of FTO (Field Training Officer) which provides him with an opportunity to teach incoming Officers work performance standards for GHPOA, including the importance of community policing.  GHPOA congratulates Sgt. Walton on this well-deserved honor .

A Thanks from Geist Patrol

The Officers of Geist Patrol wish to thank our GHPOA residents for the wonderful holiday gifts (snacks, cookies, candy, etc.) which they received.  A special thanks to Admirals Sound’s DeVito family for their generous contribution which enabled Geist Patrol to purchase a water cooler for their office and a portable shop vac for cleaning their patrol cars.