Valley View Estates Board of Directors have completed the next step in our traffic calming plan.  After meeting with the engineering company and our attorney as to placement, signage, and markings related to the Speed Hump Project.  Please click here to view the design layout of the speed humps. While three companies were reached to provide bids, only one replied with a detailed offer.  Speed humps will be installed this upcoming Spring.   NO ROAD CLOSURES WILL TAKE PLACE. Please look for updates here, at the mail house, and on our entrance sign.

Pennsylvania Fireworks law  -  2017 ACT 43

The State of Pennsylvania enacted Act 43 in 2017.  This law governs, among other things, the purchase and use of fireworks.  Professional grade fireworks of 60 mg. or more are still illegal. Act 43 also prohibits:

  • Setting off consumer fireworks on public or private property without the owner's permission.
  • Using Fireworks inside a motor vehicle or a building, as well as throwing them from a motor vehicle or a building.
  • Throwing fireworks at a building, motor vehicle, or a person from any location.
  • Using fireworks by anyone impaired by alcohol or drugs.
  • Using fireworks within 150 feet of a building that is occupied.

NOTE:  The 150 foot buffer is half the length of a football field, which would include nearly all locations within Valley View Estates.    

* See "PA Fireworks Law FAQ" on Documents page

From the President,
VVEPOA Board of Directors:

The Board of Directors has been diligently working to address the security issues concerning the Mail House break-ins. A custom, industrial type security door has been installed. The PA State Police and USPS Security are actively investigating these crimes. Please continue to reach Trooper Smith at 570-646-2271 with any helpful information or to report fraudulent activity on any accounts.

Additional security measures have been approved after a board member met with security companies on Monday, February 7. The Board of Directors is awaiting the final proposal with specifics to move forward. Should this cost exceed the spending threshold permissible by the Board of Directors exclusively, a vote may be necessary from the community to approve the cost.

There appears to be a lot of misinformation and confusion as to the responsibilities and functions of the Board of Directors. We strongly encourage each community member to read and understand the Bylaws and Covenants that govern our community. These are legally binding documents that regulate the conduct and business affairs of our development. The Board of Directors is bound to conduct the administration of Valley View Estates in accordance with these documents. Again, we urge you to familiarize yourself with them; they will answer many of your questions. If they do not, or you have further questions, please email/call us and we will get back to you to follow up. We believe an informed community is a stronger community.

Lastly, the Board of Directors is working on a digital transformation to improve our communication platform and to upgrade the way we conduct, document and inform the community of our business affairs. This will provide more efficient and effective manner to reach the community at large.

 Our goal is to work together as a community, particularly when faced with challenges and difficult times. Decisions made by the Board are deliberate and with much consideration, as that is our responsibility to you as residents. Please continue to use the VVEPOA website for your source of information, to ask questions or to voice your concerns or opinions. Thank you.



Volunteers are always welcomed and needed!!  Volunteers keep our DUES down.  All Members are encouraged to get involved. 

News Article: Dumping garbage within Valley View Estates is Illegal and fines will be imposed.

We are blessed with our community being very clean, however, someone recently dumped garbage on the side of one of our roads.  You can help.

If you see anyone dumping anything please note the vehicle, license plate, person, etc.  Call our office and leave a message with your name/phone number so we can follow up, if necessary.

Where can you get rid of unwanted things? There are lots of ways. You can sell it, donate it, trash it or recycle it.

A reminder to everyone that dumping of anything in our community is illegal. Fines start at $100 and there can be jail time up to 90 days.  


During 2022, roadside and entrance grass was mowed as usual along with double cut lines around the perimeter of the community.  Snow plowing and spreading of salt and traction grit has been accomplished on an "as needed" basis.  Gaps between the grass and the roadway, as well as at several intersections were filled to prevent further washout and erosion of our roadways. The planned swale work will assist with this as well. 

New Valley View Estates signs were designed and installed at the entrance and conservation areas.


News / Information / Committees 

Retention Pond/SWALE Project:

We have a plan and continue to work on Ponds and Swales in our community as well as the roads and drainage grates.  It is extremely important for every property owner to keep the drain pipe, under your driveway, clear of any debris.  If you notice anything that needs our attention, please contact us. 

Postal Area Bulletin Boards

News and information for your convenience.  Read the boards while you pick up your mail. Use cork boards for all property owners business. The encased glass box is to be used exclusively for Association news and information.

Bus Stop

For the safety of all of our community members, and the children of our neighborhood, you must obey Pennsylvania State Law related to stopping for a school bus. The law can be found here.

For planning purposes, the bus stop times are listed below. Please plan accordingly and be alert.

               High School Bus:                                          Elementary Bus:
               6:57 a.m. pick up                                           8:05 a.m. pick up, the bus usually arrives by 8:00 a.m.

               3:09 p.m. drop off                                          3:30 p.m. drop off



  • All dogs three months of age or older must be licensed.  Licenses are issued by the County Treasurer.
  • All dogs must be under control and must not be allowed to run at large.  Dogs are personal property, and owners are responsible for damages caused by their dog.
  • It is illegal to mistreat or abuse any animal.  Violations should be reported to a local humane organization or the police.
  • It is illegal to abandon or attempt to abandon any dog.
  • No dog under eight weeks of age may be sold, traded, bartered or transferred.
  • You may not place any poison or harmful substance in any place where dogs may easily eat it, whether it is your own property or elsewhere.
  • You must have a current kennel license if you operate a facility that keeps, harbors, boards, shelters, sells, gives away or transfers a total of 26 or more dogs in any one calendar year.
  • Dogs and cats 3 months of age or older are required to have a current rabies vaccination.  It is illegal to interfere with an officer or employee of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture engaged in enforcement of dog laws.Type your paragraph here.
  • Dogs and cats 3 months of age or older are required to have a current rabies vaccination.  
  • It is illegal to interfere with an officer or employee of the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture engaged in enforcement of dog laws.
  • Dogs are personal property and owners are responsible for damage caused by their dogs.        

                                                       County Animal Warden: Tom Connors  (570) 325-4828

                                Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Dog Law Enforcement   (717) 787-3062

Valley View Estates Property Owners Association Annual Meeting

October 22, 2022

11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. 

Penn Forest Township Volunteer Fire Co. 2
1507 PA-534, Albrightsville

Your annual meeting packet has been mailed to your home.  This mailer includes a ballot to vote for open board seats and the financial review committee.  A digital copy of the packet can be found below. We hope to see many of you there!

Annual Meeting 2022.pdf