Governance

The Sleepy Hollow Lake Association of Property Owners was incorporated in 1972 under the NYS articles of Not-for-Profit Incorporation. The Association is bound by the incorporated By-Laws and Protective Covenants which help to maintain a high-level of aesthetics and uniformity in applying community rules and principals of the Association. All prospective property owners are encouraged to read their contents.

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CLICK HERE to review our Protective Covenants

The Board of Directors is a body of five property owners elected to serve a three year term. The Board appoints committees annually. All Board and Committee positions are voluntary.

The Environmental Control Committee oversees specific building criteria and property improvement standards within the community.

The Lake Committee and Lake Management Team serve to protect the ecology and environment of the lake, as well as, recommend safety guidelines for boating, skiing, etc.

The Sleepy Hollow Activities Committee (SHAC) sponsors and hosts regular community events including a weekly coffee "HUB" at the Tennis Club.


Staff

The Association employs approximately 35 personnel (summer help adds an additional 20+ employees). The permanent staff includes an Association Manager, Operations Manager, Superintendent of Community Services, Accounting Manager, Project Manager, Customer Service Representatives, Maintenance Workers, Public Safety Manager, Public Safety Officers, Dispatchers and seasonal lifeguards.  We also outsource the operation of our Sewer & Water Plant operations.

Governance

The Sleepy Hollow Lake Association of Property Owners was incorporated in 1979 under the NYS articles of Not-for-Profit Incorporation. The Association is bound by the incorporated By-Laws and Protective Covenants which help to maintain a high-level of aesthetics and uniformity in applying community rules and principals of the Association.

The Board of Directors is a body of five property owners elected to serve a three year term. The Board appoints committees annually. All Board and Committee positions are voluntary.

The Environmental Control Committee oversees specific building criteria and property improvement standards within the community.

The Lake Committee and Lake Management Team serve to protect the ecology and environment of the lake, as well as, recommend safety guidelines for boating, skiing, etc.

The Social Affairs Committee sponsors and hosts regular community events.

Staff

The Association employs approximately 30 personnel. The permanent staff includes an Association Manager, Project Manager/ECC Chairperson, APO Operations Manager, Bookkeeper, ECC Assistant, Customer Service Representatives, Maintenance Workers, Public Safety Officers, and Sewer & Water Plant personnel. Seasonal employees include Lifeguards and Amenity ID Checkers.