Deer Run community newsletter
Deer Run emergency preparedness
In a disaster of any kind, our most immediate source of help is the neighbors living around us. We live in an area where the likelihood of earthquakes and winter storms is high. A temporary power outage may be a minor inconvenience, but a major disaster could leave us isolated and totally on our own for days and maybe even weeks. Police, fire departments and other emergency resources will need to focus first on the most urgent needs of hospitals, schools and public facilities. In short we will be our own first responders. It’s important that we map our neighborhood and develop a plan, so that we know what resources are available here in our community. The team needs unit captains to canvass their sections and gather information, and other volunteers to help organize the information into a coherent plan. Please join your neighbors in this important effort.
Deer Run annual events
ANNUAL DEER RUN NEIGHBORHOOD YARD SALE is usually held the first Saturday in June. Deer Run and Meredith Heights usually conduct neighborhood yard sales on the same day and share the advertising expenses.
ANNUAL MEETING AND ELECTION OF DIRECTORS FOR THE DEER RUN COMMUNITY ORGANIZATON is held the second week of March. Members (all Deer Run homeowners) receive a notice of the meeting at least ten days prior to the meeting, along with early reminders in the Deer Run neighborhood newsletter.
NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS, ALERTS AND NOTIFICATIONS are also provided via email to all DRCO members, as well as to all Deer Run Nextdoor subscribers. Nextdoor is a free Internet social media site that enables Deer Run residents to share helpful information, as well as questions and recommendations on everything from plumbers, to landscape services, to baby sitters to pet sitters. Residents also use it to discuss problems, concerns, events and opportunities. Subscribers can choose to share posts only with Deer Run subscribers; but also have the option of sharing a post with more than 2,000 Nextdoor subscribers in 29 nearby neighborhoods. You must be a Deer Run resident to subscribe to Deer Run Nextdoor. To subscribe, visit http://nextdoor.com/
Replacing your roof? Adding a deck or retaining wall? The City of Poulsbo requires permit approval before starting work.
The City of Poulsbo requires all homeowners to obtain a roofing permit, deck permit or retaining wall permit PRIOR to allowing any contractor to install a new roof, deck, rockery, or retaining wall over four feet tall. Do not trust solely on your contractor to file a permit without written verification. The permit MUST be visibly posted outside your home BEFORE starting work. The permit ensures that the contractor has a valid city license and that upon completion of your project, a city building inspector will arrive onsite to be sure the contractor has performed the work to proper building code standards. Failure to get a permit may cause a delay in the midst of construction and/or penalty fee.
• Remember to also notify your Deer Run Homeowners Association for approval of construction changes well in advance.
• To file a permit with the city, please check out the following link or phone the City Building Dept. at (360) 394-9882.
Window warranty information
Are the original Summit® brand windows in your home fogging-up, or are the seals failing? If you are the original owner of your Deer Run home, you may be covered by the manufacturer’s original lifetime warranty, depending on when your home was built. Summit® vinyl and aluminum windows and patio doors are now JELD-WEN® Vinyl and Aluminum windows and patio doors. Summit is the original name JELD-WEN created for their vinyl and aluminum windows and patio doors. In 2003, JELD-WEN began bringing all individual brands, like Summit, under the JELD-WEN name.
For more warranty information, please check-out the following links:
Contact Info for JELD-WEN:
PO Box 1329
Klamath Falls, OR 97601
Noll Road corridor plan
Click on City of Poulsbo Planning Department’s website page below: