Welcome to the Sibley Forest community; a beautiful East Cobb neighborhood nestled in the woods along the Chattahoochee River National Recreation Area in Marietta, Georgia since 1980. Click here to see our neighborhood.
Hopefully the new school year is off to a good start and you are settling into the new routines. Below are a few key updates from the various committees, so please take note of the dates for each event.
Registration is now closed for golf
However, if you would like to attend the dinner at the Sibley clubhouse that evening, please register via the Sibley website or contact Tim Thompson at firstname.lastname@example.org
One of the most exciting events of the year is officially happening!
Location: Pool/Tennis parking lot
More information on what is allowed to be discarded will be sent out closer to the date.
Always one of the best parties of the year!
Date: tentatively 10/20
Look for confirmation and registration info in the coming weeks
Per the email and Facebook post sent yesterday, below are the updated hours as of 8/20
Mon-Thurs: no lifeguards, signed waiver required for access at all times
Friday: 5 PM - 9 PM (waivers required at all other hours)
Saturday & Sunday: 10 AM - 9 PM (waivers required at all other hours)
There will also be coverage on Monday of Labor Day (will follow-up with specific hours)
As always, please reach out to the HOA or any committee with any questions.
Sibley HOA Team
Sibley News July 2018
Happy almost 4th of July! Please see below for upcoming events and updates from the neighborhood. Have a great summer!
Pool Key Cards
For those who need additional pool cards or still have yet to pick up the originals, please reach out to this address: email@example.com
4th of July Parade
Please join if you can on Wednesday at 11am, at the corner of Sharp Mountain Creek and Gunby. Bring your red, white, and blue spirit for the parade and then hang at the pool afterward!
Also, please note that parts of Gunby Road and Sharp Mountain Creek will be closed during the parade.
The fans in the pool pavilions were recently replaced, as several of the old ones did not function properly. We hope they keep you somewhat cooler the rest of the summer!
Volunteer or Questions
As always, if you would like to volunteer for any committees/events or if you have any questions, please reach out to the board at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks and have a great month of July!
Sibley News June 2018
Hi Sibley Residents,
Hope everyone is enjoying the beginning of summer! Please see below for updates on key neighborhood topics and upcoming events.
Also, thank you to everyone who helped with the Memorial Day Olympics and cookout! The weather cooperated and it turned out to be a great day.
1) Key Cards: If you still have not picked up your pool key cards, please do so by June 8th by reaching out to email@example.com. After that date, we will deactivate the unused cards and you will need to contact the HOA to retrieve.
2) Swim Diapers: As many of you have likely heard, we have already had two instances of pool contamination due to children not wearing proper swim diapers & plastic pants. Contamination is not only an inconvenience for other neighbors while the pool is shut down, it also comes at an economic cost to the neighborhood.
Please, please be sure to have any children not fully potty trained in swim diapers & plastic pants. There are extras at the pool if you forget yours.
Upcoming Events (look for separate emails with more detail)
Newcomer Dinner 6/15
July 4th parade and festivities
Bison Golf Tournament (date TBD, likely Aug/Sept)
Reminder that we always need volunteers for our events and committees. Sibley runs so well compared to other neighborhoods due to our strong volunteer turnout, so please help out wherever and whenever you can! You can reach out to the HOA or individual committees to learn more.
Also, please remember to be respectful of our volunteers.
Every person on every committee is doing the work in their extra time, sometimes at the sacrifice of time with their own families. They are doing the best job possible to do what is right for the neighborhood as a whole, as well as individual households.
They deserve to be treated as neighbors, no matter what kind of disagreement may arise.
Please reach out to the HOA team if you have any questions.