August 2014


The Pointe at Presidential Heights is now managed by Esquire Association Management, LLC


Contact Ryan Neumyer for all business matters:
phone: 717.824.3071 / email:


For more info about Esquire Association Management, LLC
visit them on the web at





Soliciting is not permitted in our community.


New Stop Sign Posted!
The Shrewsbury Board of Supervisors officially adopted Ordinance No. 2013-03 to authorize the placement of a three-way stop sign at the intersection of Madison and Reagan Drives at their meeting in September 2013. The Presidential Heights Board of Directors has doggedly pursued this matter for a number of years to no avail. The increase in vehicular traffic cutting through our community, especially after the four-way stop signs were placed at the intersection of Tolna and Mt. Airy Roads, was a turning point in determination to finally get results. Since the stop signs have been installed, a definite decrease in speeding has been noted.

The Board wishes to extend many sincere thanks to everyone in the Presidential Heights community who helped to get the Township to finally take action.


The York Daily Record - August 1, 2011
New stop signs coming to Shrewsbury Township


SHREWSBURY TWP.-- For months, residents of Shrewsbury Township have complained about dangerous conditions on Mount Airy and Tolna roads and in the Presidential Heights development. Most recently, one resident said homeowners will take over portions of some of the roads and install speed bumps to slow the traffic.


Now, relief is coming in the form of stop signs. Township supervisors said in July that four-way stop signs will be installed at Mount Airy and Tolna roads in an effort to get drivers to slow down.


To read more, visit The York Daily Record





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It is important that each homeowner keep up with maintenance. We need to work together to keep our community looking nice. (See our HOA bylaws for details.)


Fall is for planting. If you need help with your lawn or flower beds, or exterior painting, and don't know who to call, visit our resouces page for a list of companies other people in the community have used in the past.