Hello Residents of Town & Country
We'd love to hear from you
We have so much exciting news and all of it is in our Spring Newsletter. Read more about the new board and neighborhood happenings here: https://mailchi.mp/cb624af19a2c/neighborhood-news
Don't miss the upcoming Easter egg Hunt on April 1st, at 11:00am near the pool on Briarcliffe and Kingston. If you are interested in signing up to participate, please let us know by filling out this short google form: https://forms.gle/J16S9WEfaoRJYsKn7
CURRENT TCNA BOARD MEMBERS:
Michelle Johnson- President
Elizabeth Moyer- Vice President
Ken Elliott- Treasurer
Cynthia Kennard- Secretary
Tara Yale- Membership Chair
Rob Dufresne- City-Liaison Chair
Andrew Broughton- Website Chair
Ana Wahl- Social Chair
Sally Mercer-Neighborhood watch for zone 1
Thanks to all who found Frosty in 2022!
Frosty had a great time traveling the neighborhood, making new friends, and seeing all the fabulous Christmas decorations!
Frosty was found the most by the Gagnon household and they helped unite Frosty with his new apprentice Frostina. They had to go find colder temperatures, but they'll be back next year for more fun!
Congrats to our 2022 Best Decorated House Winners!
What a great year for decorations in Town and Country! Can't wait to see what next year's light show will look like!
1st- 4372 Witherow Rd
2nd- 4510 Court Ct
3rd- 4131 Tangle Lane
2022 1st Place
2nd Place Winner 2022
3rd Place 2022
2022 1st Place
Traffic Calming Measures:
One of the main complaints Town and County Neighborhood Association receives if about street safety.
TCNA board members spoke with representatives from the city, city council members, and representatives of the traffic department. As a neighborhood, we were already aware of speeding and rolling through stop signs, and as an association we took action. We submitted signed petitions from residents in areas where traffic calming could be implemented.
TCNA worked with the WS Department of Transportation to develop a traffic calming plan- utilizing multi-way stop intersection treatments, pavement markings, and lane lines.
These areas are:
Four Way Stops:
Loch and Oakland
Loch and Waterford
Loch and Briarcliffe
Mill Creek and Tangle
Mill Creek and Winburn
Three Way Stop:
Wicklow and Briarcliffe
Double Yellow Line:
Cross walks will be going in at all existing stop sign areas.
Ballots were mailed out to residents in potentially impacted areas of proposed traffic calming. All ballots are due by the end of January 2023. All votes count! Even ones that don't get mailed back. They are voted as a NO! We need 70% of positive support top get these measures passed.
If you need a ballot please contact us at email@example.com
Welcome Committee: Do you like getting out and meeting new people? Do you have places to recommend to newcomers to the area? A spot on the Welcome Committee might just be the perfect place for you!
Help us by keeping an eye out for new neighbors and welcome them with an info card on all things Town and Country. The cards are printed with information about where to find updates on neighborhood news and events.
T&C Neighborhood Watch: Are you not afraid to say something if you see something? Do you want to work with local law enforcement to make our community a safer place? If so our local Watch needs you! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to get involved.
TCNA Board Members: Have great ideas about ways to improve our neighborhood? Street safety, community events, and involvement? We've got it all. Join our board in 2023 and help us make Town and Country and great place to live! Interested in joining, but don't know what you'd like to do? We've got several positions opening in 2023. For more information please email us email@example.com
Join TCNA Today
One of the most common questions we get is,“why should I join the association; what does it do?” TCNA has three main areas of focus that help build a strong community: social events, governmental relations, and community building. Our neighborhood is a community, and that community is strongest when we are able to work together to speak with one voice.
What are your priorities for our neighborhood, and what would you like to see the association do in the future? The more our membership can reflect the neighborhood, the better we can serve the residents that make this a great place to live.
To pay dues make checks payable to: Town & Country Neighborhood Association
Mailing Address: 3330 Briarcliffe Rd NW Winston Salem NC 27106
Or Pay online by clicking HERE
Dues are $35