Welcome, New Neighbors

Linda Harvey

Welcome to the new SaddleBrooke Ranch homeowners listed on this page.

Each month, the Newcomer Welcome Volunteer Group holds a webinar for all new residents to the community. This is a live webinar run by volunteers who can answer questions during the presentation. The webinar is free and open to anyone who lives in or has purchased a home in SaddleBrooke Ranch. This includes people who are waiting for their homes to be completed, as well as long-term and short-term renters.

The material covered in the webinar is about the community from a resident’s point of view and addresses questions that new homeowners might not yet even have considered or encountered. For instance, “What’s the best way to stay connected to the community and find out what’s going on?” “How does someone get a prior copy of the SaddleBrooke Ranch Roundup newspaper?” “How does someone arrange to have a party or gathering at the Ranch House?” Our community is growing, and with that comes changes to procedures. As procedures change, so does the information shared at the webinar. Attending the webinar is the best place to ask your questions and find out the most up-to-date information in the community. Prior registration is required. Long-time residents are also welcome to attend a webinar in order to stay on top of what is happening. To register or ask a question, simply send an email to [email protected].

Each new homeowner receives an email from the Newcomer Welcome Volunteer Group to welcome them to the community. The email typically goes out the first of the month after they close on their house. The email contains information related to moving in and getting settled into the community.

Once you move in, you will be contacted by the newcomer welcome volunteer in your unit. He or she will be able to familiarize you with the community and your particular unit. In the event you need a copy of the Settler’s Guide or other materials about the community, the volunteer can share a digital copy with you. If you have misplaced the contact information for the newcomer welcome volunteer for your unit or want another copy of the welcome information, please let me know and I can supply the information to you. Email me at [email protected].

Special note: All homeowners need to stop by the HOA front desk after they close on their homes in order to pick up important materials. There is more to closing than getting keys and the access cards. Even if you have been here awhile, and have not done so, please stop by the Front Desk, introduce yourself, and ensure you have all the HOA materials you need to make yourself at home in SaddleBrooke Ranch.

Unit 2: Brendon and Shannon Hirschberg

Unit 6: Patricia Schofield, Bruce and Deborah Riederer, David and Pamela Artibey, Donald and Mary Mantz, Arnold and Zita Wright

Unit 7: Nancy Burgermeister

Unit 17: Warren Beaver and Jimmie Bates, Fred and Tina Weber, Edward and Susan Gitelson, Bruce and Annie Anderson

Unit 46A: Thomas and Barbara Lambrecht

Unit 46B: Steven and Janette Batten, Scott and Pam Richards

Villas 14A: Kenneth and Kathy Peterson

Villas 14B: Larry and Shellie Bean

Villas 21A: Robert and Linda Heald, Michael Marchione and Amy Fillmore Marchione