Archived News

Jan 28, 2021 . . . A few important reminders for our residents:

  1. Attention Suncrest Village Pet Owners/Tenants: As a decent courtesy toward others and in accordance with our Community Declarations, Rules, Regulations, and Policies (see item “t” on page 30),  you are responsible for picking up your pet’s waste in our community. Please be advised of the fines associated with this and other violations at Suncrest Village (see page 31 in above hyperlinked document).
  2. Extreme Cold Temperatures: Especially important for Condo Residents – Prevent Frozen Pipes: With the extreme cold temperatures expected tonight, residents (owners/tenants) are advised to take precautions to prevent frozen pipes and water damage. Residents and owners may be held responsible for costly repairs and remediation. If you see signs of frozen pipes or any leaks, please call the office to inform us at 304-598-5815 immediately.

If you’re leaving town in the winter months (or your unit for any length of time), set your thermostats to: 1) On, 2) Heat, 3) and set the temperature at or above 68 degreesDO NOT TURN OFF YOUR ELECTRIC or the thermostats!

  • Make sure you do NOT have the Air Conditioner on!!!
  • Open cabinet doors under sinks to allow for air flow. Trapping cold air inside plumbing cabinets can lead to pipes freezing.
  • Leave the sink spigot (faucet) on a slight/slow trickle to keep the water moving through the pipes. Make sure there is nothing in the sink that may cause the sink to overflow.

Jan 28, 2021 . . . Updates to COVID-19 vaccine distribution and registration in Monongalia County:  Here’s an update from Jan 27 in the Dominion Post.

Watch for additional information from the Monongalia County Health Department and the WV DHHR here.


Jan 26, 2021 . . . COVID-19 vaccine distribution in Monongalia County: WVU Medicine and the Monongalia County Health Department are partnering to offer a COVID-19 vaccine clinic to county residents age 65 and older. Appointments are required. Find additional information and the online registration form here.  As the vaccine becomes available, other age groups will be included in the distribution. For better planning and supply distribution, individuals (of all age groups) who are interested in receiving the vaccine may register now so they are in the system. Follow the CDC’s guidelines to prevent getting sick and spreading the virus. Stay safe and informed.

. . . . USPS mail delivery delays may be the new norm – for now. Read why here and plan ahead. Please check your mail box for your USPS package delivery slips before coming to the clubhouse to pick-up your packages. And, don’t discount the value of supporting local small businesses.

. . . . The January 2021 Suncrest Village Townhome HOA (SVTHA) Newsletter has been posted. You’ll find it hereThe next quarterly BOD meeting for the SVTHA will be held at 6:30pm on Wednesday, February 17, 2021 via Zoom. Information to join will be shared via email. If you would like to join us, please email Mary Rose.


Jan 21, 2021 . . . Are you bored?  If you have cabin fever and enjoy history, The Library of Congress is looking for volunteers to transcribe handwritten documents and similar materials to make the content more accessible by the people, for the people, in our digital age. A number of campaigns remain open since the beginning of the “By the People Program” in 2018. Use your time and talents to contribute to history! Learn how to get involved here. Even if you’re not interested in volunteering with the program, you may indulge yourself in significant collections of American history. You’ll find the campaign topics here.


Jan 14, 2021 . . . Upcoming Condo HOA Board of Directors (BOD) Meeting: The next BOD meeting for the SCVCA will be held on January 19 at 4:30pm (due to Zoom setup). This meeting will be held in the clubhouse and via Zoom. If you would like to attend via Zoom, please contact us at office@suncrestvillage.net by Monday, January 18 and watch for an email inviting you to join the meeting. Homeowners may voice their opinions, praise and concerns to the BOD during these meetings. If you would like to present an idea/concern to the BOD, please contact Mary Rose via email or phone at least one week prior to the meeting date so we may add you to the agenda. NOTE: Due to Covid-19, masks are required in the clubhouse. If you plan to attend, call in advance to confirm meeting dates and times.


Jan 14, 2021 . . . Covid-19 vaccination roll-out by phases: Learn where, when, and how to get your Covid-19 vaccination from the State of West Virginia. Follow daily updates, test sites, and alerts from the Department of Health and Human Resources and the Monongalia County Health Department. To reach the State’s Covid-19 Vaccine Info Line, call 1-833-734-0965.Call 1-833-734-0965 for COVID-19 Vaccine Information


Jan, 12, 2021 . . . New Horizons and Skills:  If you’re looking for an escape from the comfort of your home and interested in learning a new skill, Phipps Conservatory (in Pittsburgh) is offering a extensive list of creative online classes for adults and children.


Jan 8, 2021 . . . Holiday Decorations – Reminder: Exterior holiday decorations must be removed within 10 days of December 25. Thank you.


Jan 8, 2021 . . . Covid Updates:  Like most of the state, Monongalia County is currently in the red (see “County Alert Systems”). According to the Monongalia County Health Department, Covid cases are up 102 cases in Monongalia County since yesterday, for a total of 5,925.

West Virginia’s Phase 1 Vaccine Program is underway through February.  Learn where and when you can get your vaccine here.

NPR News, Jan 7, 2021:  Why West Virginia’s Winning the Race To Get Covid-19 Vaccine Into Arms.

Stay safe and healthy! Masks must be worn in our clubhouse (even for private parties) and the gym.


Jan 7, 2021 . . . Landlords – New Tenant Registration: Landlords, please remember to have your tenants come to our office during regular office hours to register within 24 hours of move-in. Learn more at https://www.suncrestvillage.net/faq/. And, let us know if you think other helpful tips should be added to the page. Thanks and Happy New Year!

Dec 31, 2020 – Jan 1, 2021 . . . Welcome, New Year!!! Happy and healthy New Year wishes from the management and staff of the Suncrest Village HOA Office! Like you, we are filled with hope and look forward to a healthier, happier, and peaceful #2021. Stay safe and do your part in making a positive difference in the world around you . . . starting at home and at your workplace.


Dec 23-31, 2020 . . . Important Reminders – Please review and share the following two UPDATED reminders:

1. Holiday Hours – HOA Office:

  • Thursday, Dec 24: 9am-1pm
  • Friday, Dec 25: closed
  • Thursday, Dec 31: 9am-4pm
  • Friday, Jan 1: closed

2. Especially important for Condo Residents – Prevent Frozen Pipes: With the extreme cold temperatures expected this week/weekend, residents (owners/tenants) are advised to take precautions to prevent frozen pipes and water damage. Residents and owners may be held responsible for costly repairs and remediation. If you see signs of frozen pipes or any leaks, please call the office to inform us at 304-598-5815 immediately.

  • If you’re leaving town (or your unit for any length of time), set your thermostats to: 1) On,  2) Heat, 3) and set the temperature at or above 68 degrees. DO NOT TURN OFF YOUR ELECTRIC or the thermostats!
  • Make sure you do NOT have the Air Conditioner on!!!
  • Open cabinet doors under sinks to allow for air flow. Trapping cold air inside plumbing cabinets can lead to pipes freezing.
  • Leave the sink spigot (faucet) on a slight/slow trickle to keep the water moving through the pipes. Make sure there is nothing in the sink that may cause the sink to overflow.

Dec 23 -25 . . . Merry Christmas Wishes, Suncrest Village Owners and Residents. May you enjoy the simple blessings that matter most at Christmas and throughout the year.


Dec 17, 2020 . . . Important Reminders: Townhouse residents are reminded that parking is not permitted on the roadways! This is especially important now since our winter weather has arrived and the snow plows will be on site, as needed. So, there should be absolutely no parking in the roadways. If vehicles are parked on the roads, it’s very difficult for salt treatments and snow removal services to be done properly. Please be cooperative in this matter. Vehicles that are parked on the roads will be towed at the owner’s expense.  Landlords and property managers: please make your tenants aware of this notice. Again, if your car is parked on the road, it will be towed without notice and at your own expense!

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Please remember to turn off all tree and holiday lights as well as any other decorative lights (inside or out) when leaving your unit. If you are leaving for an extended period of time, do NOT turn off your electric!  And, please read our post from Dec 6 (below) about your thermostats.


Dec 15, 2020 . . . The annual meeting for the Suncrest Village Townhome HOA will be held today at 6:30 pm, via Zoom only. Details for this meeting and for participating via Zoom can be found under “Upcoming Meetings” here.  Your voice matters.


Dec 10, 2020 . . . Happy Hanukkah 


Dec 6, 2020 . . . Important Reminders for Condo and Townhome Residents

Mail:  If you receive a USPS notification slip in your mailbox indicating you have a package at our office, please pick up the package(s) as soon as possible! We have limited space in our mail room, which has been full fairly often lately. As a courtesy for holiday shoppers, we will be open for mail pick up only from noon-4pm on Sun, Dec. 13 and Sun, Dec. 20. Please take note of our holiday office hours below.

Thermostats: (Condos) With the colder temperatures settling in, we wanted to remind everyone of a few ways to ensure you don’t end up with frozen pipes. If you see any signs of frozen pipes or any leaks, please call the office to inform us at 304-598-5815.

  1. If you are leaving for any length of time, please be sure your thermostat is set at or above our recommended temperature of 68 degrees.
  2. You can also open the cabinet under the sinks so air can flow through and not be trapped inside which can lead to the pipes freezing.
  3. Leave the sink spigot on a slight/slow drip to keep the water moving. Make sure there is nothing in the sink that may cause the sink to overflow.

PARKING: (Townhomes) There is to be absolutely NO parking in the roadways. Make sure all tires are off the roadways completely and do not allow any part of the vehicle to stick out into the roadway causing any kind of obstruction to the traffic flow. If you have guests coming to visit for the holidays or any other reason, please ensure they abide by this as well. If you need parking passes for your guests, please contact the office.


Dec 4, 2020 – You are invited . . . HOA Annual Meetings Scheduled for December:  Homeowners are encouraged to attend/participate in the annual HOA meetings this month.

The Suncrest Village Condominium HOA annual meeting will be held on Tuesday, Dec, 8 at 6:30 pm in the Clubhouse and via Zoom. Details for this meeting and for participating via Zoom can be found under “Upcoming Meetings” here.

The annual meeting for the Suncrest Village Townhome HOA will be held on Tuesday, Dec, 15 at 6:30 pm, via Zoom only. Details for this meeting and for participating via Zoom can be found under “Upcoming Meetings” here.


Dec 4, 2020 – Office Hours – Holiday Schedule: Plan Ahead for Package Pickups
  • Thursday, Dec 24: 9am-1pm
  • Friday, Dec 25: closed
  • Thursday, Dec 31: 9am-4pm
  • Friday, Jan 1: closed
And, we’ve added these days for picking up packages only:
  • Sunday, December 6: noon-4pm
  • Sunday, December 13: noon-4pm
  • Sunday, December 20: noon-4pm

We received more than 100 packages via USPS today. Please pickup your packages (and empty your mail boxes) in a timely manner. Space is limited!


Nov 24, 2020 – Healthy and Happy Thanksgiving Wishes: Our office will be closed in observance of Thanksgiving on Thurs, Nov, 26. We will re-open on Fri, Nov 27. Enjoy a relaxing, safe, and healthy day giving thanks. We are thankful for you!

Nov 19, 2020 – Covid-19 Updates from the:

Dominion Post

Monongalia County Health Department
WV Department of Health and Human Resources

Find free Covid-19 testing sites in West Virginia here


Nov 17, 2020

  • The Monongalia County Health Department continues to report a daily increase in Covid-19 cases. Are you doing all you can (and more) to protect yourself and others?
  • The SCVCA BOD meeting will be held today at 4:00pm. This meeting will be held in the clubhouse and via Zoom. Learn more and follow our schedule here.

Nov 13, 2020 – Governor Justice announces updates to Covid-19 mandates, winter sports, and in-house school schedule. 


Nov 12, 2020 – Attention Residents: A black bear was spotted right outside our development – near the wooded area behind the 1100 and 1200 condo buildings and Townhouse Way.

Please be cautious when you are outside, especially with your children and animals.  Most importantly, do not leave any garbage sitting out anywhere, especially outside the compactor area!!!! 

Townhome residents who pay for curbside garbage pickup: please make sure all garbage is contained in a receptacle with a lid and do not set it out early. If possible, set it out the morning of your scheduled pickup day. If the bear(s) smell food, they may come looking for it!


Nov 10, 2020 – “MCHD to provide flu shots, COVID-19 testing at Mylan Park Thursday” . . .  Learn more from the Dominion Post here and follow the Monongalia County Covid daily reports from the  Monongalia County Health Department here.


Nov 6, 2020 – The weather forecast: Get out and play or take a relaxing drive this weekend! Here are some resources for exploring nearby parks and trails. Pack a picnic and your mask. Be safe and soak up some Vitamin D while the sun is shining!!!


Oct 27, 2020 – Attention SV Condo Homeowners – Special 2021 Budget Meeting: The Board of Directors is holding a special meeting to discuss future roof replacements. In order to maintain social distancing and in hopes of having a decent turnout, we are offering three different meeting date options.

  • Sunday, Nov 1, 2020 at 3:00pm
  • Monday, Nov 2, 2020 at 6:00pm (available on Zoom)
  • Thursday, Nov 5, 2020 at 6:30pm

Please call the office during normal business hours at 304-598-5815 to let us know which day you plan to attend or to access the recorded meeting, please send an email to office@suncrestvillage.net with your name and unit number so we can send you the link.

We look forward to seeing you because your involvement in this issue is very important. Please remember, masks are required to enter the Clubhouse.


Oct 27, 2020 – Stay safe and informed about the current trends and recommendations regarding Covid-19 with daily briefings from the Monongalia County Health Department. Covid-19 cases are on the rise in WV and across the US. Protect your family, friends, and co-workers. Please do not let down your guard, especially as we spend more time inside during the fall/winter months.  Wear a mask, avoid crowds, maintain safe distances from others, cover your coughs and sneezes, wash your hands and stay home if you are feeling sick!


Oct 22, 2020 – The next quarterly meeting of the Suncrest Village Townhome HOA (SVTHA) will be at 6:30 p.m. on Wed, November 11, 2020 via Zoom. Information for homeowners to join will be shared via email prior to the meeting. Watch your emails and contact the main office if you are not currently receiving emails from the SVTHA. If you didn’t receive a copy of the most recent quarterly newsletter, you can find it on the SVTHA news page.


Oct 20, 2020 – IMPORTANT News from the Monongalia County Clerk’s Office:

Early Voting Begins Oct 21, 2020 and ends on Oct 31, 2020. Hours are Monday thru Saturday from 9:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. (closed on Sunday). All registered voters within Monongalia County can vote at any of the following locations:

Follow this link for more information from the Monongalia County Clerk’s Office and learn about healthy voting here. Spread the news with your family and friends!


Oct 19, 2020 – Parents and Guardians: Follow this link for information regarding Coronavirus-19 from the WV Department of Education. This page shows current outbreaks in schools throughout the state.


Fall is in the air at Suncrest Village. Get out and enjoy the colors while they last. Send us a picture (under 2MB jpg, please) of your favorite spot/view in our community and we’ll share it here.


Oct 8, 2020 – Enjoy WVU’s Symphony Orchestra’s first performance of 2020 today (10/8/2020) at 7:30 p.m. from your home.  Stream the performance on Youtube at 7:30pm. Information about the ensemble, the concert, and a downloadable program can be found here. Follow the links to “Concert I”.  Share this information (and news about our community yard sale) with your friends.


We’re working hard to maintain a safe and healthy environment at Suncrest Village during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Check this page and watch your emails for regular updates.  If you are not receiving emails, please contact us to confirm we have your current email address. Thank you.

Typically held at 12:30 pm, all West Virginians are encouraged to watch the live stream of the Governor’s briefings here.


Community Yard Sale Update – Oct 8, 2020 – We’re looking forward to seeing you this weekend for our annual yard sale. Due to a change in the forecast, we will be in the clubhouse. Masks are REQUIRED to be worn at all times inside the clubhouse.


Sept 25, 2020 – Annual Yard Sale – Pack your stuff and mark your calendar for Suncrest Village’s annual yard sale on Saturday, Oct 10 from 8am-3pm, rain or shine. You’ll find us in the Clubhouse and outside at the Mail Center parking lot, weather permitting.

Vendors are welcome at no charge for space. Bring your own table; set-up time is 6-8am.
Contact us today to reserve your space or call 304-241-4077 and leave a message.

Nothing to sell? Stash some cash and bring it over to shop from our community members’ treasures. Spread the word. We will be physical distancing and masks are required in the Clubhouse.


Sept 24, 2020 – “It takes a village” . . . Thank you to our volunteers who do so much to make Suncrest Village a beautiful place to live! Contact us if you have any suggestions or wish to volunteer.  We love hearing from you. The world needs positive role models and problem solvers


Sept 23, 2020 – Fitness Center Hours: As of today, the hours will remain the same for the fitness center during the week (Monday – Friday, 9am-7pm).  We will post another update for weekend hours on or before this Friday. Thanks for your patience and understanding.


Sept 22, 2020 – Our pool will be closing for the season at 7 p.m. tomorrow. Watch for updates over the next few days about the fitness center hours. For other community updates, please read our Fall 2020 Newsletter.


Sept 14, 2020 –  The monthly SV Condo Association BOD meeting that was regularly scheduled for Sept 15 has been postponed until Sept 22 at 4:30 pm.


Sept 4, 2020 – Hours for Suncrest Village for Labor Day (Mon, Sept 7): Pool and Gym, 11am-7pm. No mail or office services will be available. Have a safe and relaxing weekend.


Sept 4, 2020 – Monongalia County Covid-19 cases jump by 50 and push the county to the red status on West Virginia’s Country Alert System map. The Back-to-School Transition Team will provide updates for re-opening schools on Sat, Sept 5 at 9 p.m.

Related News from the Dominion Post:


Aug 31, 2020 – Please be extra careful and do your part in helping to control the spread of Covid-19 in Monongalia County. Follow the updates and stay healthy and informed.

Here are today’s updates from the Monongalia County Health Department and the WV Department of Health and Human Resources: Monongalia County’s positive Covid-19 cases jump by 13 overnight to 1,126. This jump transitions the county from yellow to orange status on West Virginia’s County Alert System map.

Updates from WVU and related news:


Aug 21, 2020 – We’re following back-to-school reports and updated protocols from WVU, the WV Department of Education, and Monongalia County Schools. Parents and students: stay strong, safe, healthy, and informed! Governor Justice will update the “School Alert System” at today’s briefing at 12:30 p.m. If you have questions or something to report regarding K-12 school re-entry, call the State Hotline at 304-957-1234.

Suncrest Village Residents: if you have traveled from outside of Monongalia County, please be mindful and respectful of others and self-isolate as recommended by the CDC. If you need to register as a new owner/resident or if have mail to pick up at our office, please email us or call us at 304-598-5815 to make arrangements. Reminder: Masks are required in the clubhouse and gym. Thank you.


Aug 4, 2020 – Get out and enjoy a safe and healthy summer. There’s plenty of space for fun outings at Suncrest Village.  Biking and swimming are a few family favorites. Stay active, hopeful, adventurous, and safe!


Updated July 31, 2020 (originally posted July 24, 2020) – New hours: Effective July 27, 2020, the pool will be open daily from 11am-7pm. The gym hours are  9am-7pm, Monday-Friday and 11am-7pm on Saturday and Sunday. Hours for mail/package pick-up (at our office) are 9am-6pm. Saturday hours remain the same, noon-4pm. When picking up packages, please bring your USPS slips with you.


July 16, 2020 – SV Residents: thanks for supporting us through the recent operational changes and requirements at Suncrest Village. As long as the COVID pandemic continues, we will rely on your help, flexibility, and understanding as we navigate uncharted paths to compliance and wellness. The mask-wearing mandate was a struggle for some at first, but we’re grateful for everyone’s full cooperation and respect for others. Have hope that we will overcome this pandemic together and soon!

Here are a few select sources that show and tell us how and why masks play a vital role in preventing the spread of the virus:

  • According to Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the CDC, the US could potentially get the coronavirus epidemic under control within two months if every American wore a mask. Read more here.
  • Bill Nye, The Science Guy, demonstrates how masks work in preventing the spread of Covid and which ones work best. July 14, interview with Gayle King on CBS This Morning. Watch it on YouTube.
  • The CDC calls on Americans to wear masks to prevent COVID-19 spread and the JAMA editorial reviews latest science, while case study shows masks prevented COVID spread. Learn more here.

July 15, 2020 Note: residents of Suncrest Village must regularly pick up their mail in their mailboxes or they risk mail being returned by the USPS.  Also, please pick up your packages at our office in a timely manner. You must present your slip to receive your package.


July 14, 2020 – Governor Justice closes bars in Monongalia County, and issues statewide closings of festivals and concerts, as well as limits social gatherings to 25 people. Learn more here.

View a Covid-19 risk assessment chart of activities from the Texas Medical Association here and plan your outings wisely. Stay safe, be patient, and do not let down your guard. We’re in this together!


July 10, 2020 – Highlights from today’s news:


July 6, 2020

  • WV Governor Justice issues an Executive Order mandating face coverings in confined public spaces where . . . read more.
  • Yes, Wearing Masks Helps. Here’s Why by Maria Godoy, WV Public TV
  • Mon County COVID cases spike 61.7% since July 1 – from WAJR “Monongalia County has seen a dramatic spike in COVID-19,” said Dr. Lee B. Smith, MCHD executive director and county health officer. “Theses cases are from restaurants and bar staff, as well as gyms and fitness centers, vacations, barbecues and travel-related exposures.”
  • Please remain diligent in protecting you and others in our immediate and greater Morgantown community. Follow the top  five recommendations from public health officials: 1) stay home if you are not feeling well, 2) monitor symptoms and get tested if you have been exposed to Covid-19 and do not feel well, 3) wear a mask in public settings, 4) social distance in public settings, and 5) wash your hands frequently. Stay informed about the evolving situation in Monongalia County from the MCHD here.
  • WHO reviewing report urging new guidance over airborne spread of coronavirus . . . GENEVA/CHICAGO (Reuters) . . . World News/July 6, 2020 / 12:08 PM – The World Health Organization (WHO) is reviewing a report urging it to update guidance on the novel coronavirus after more than 200 scientists, in a letter to the health agency, outlined evidence the virus can spread in tiny airborne particles. Read more.

July 3, 2020

  • Holiday hours and policies regarding fireworks: In observance of Independence Day, there will be no USPS mail services or mail pick-up services at our office on Saturday, July 4. We will return on Monday, July 6. Get out and play this weekend in Mountaineer Country. Have a safe and happy 4th of July! Please read the following message about fireworks.
  • Policies regarding fireworks – residents and homeowners: Consider this a verbal warning: Fireworks are not permitted in Suncrest Village. Violators will be fined. Reference to fireworks in our governing documents. See:
    • Condo Bylaws – Article X; Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions, 10.07 (page 24): Nuisances, Hazardous Activities and Unsightliness.
    •  Townhome Covenants and Restrictions – Item 16 (page 28); Unit and Common Element Use and Occupancy Restrictions (“Use Covenants”).

June 29, 2020: Effective today, new procedures and hours are in place at the clubhouse for pool and gym access and mail pick-up. Read more here.


June 5, 2020: We have made a few time changes within the community:

  1. Office Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 6pm
  2. Mail Pick-up: Monday – Friday, Noon – 6pm; Saturday, Noon – 4pm
  3. Pool Hours: Monday – Sunday (7 days /week), Noon – 7pm
  4. Gym Hours: Monday – Friday, 9am – 7pm; Saturday and Sunday, noon – 7pm

Regarding guests at the pool: You are allowed to bring guests with you when visiting the pool, but each guest must have a pool band when they come. If we reach occupancy at any given time, guests will be asked to leave. This is the only way to remain fair to those that LIVE in our community and give anyone residing here the chance to visit the pool if they wish. If we reach occupancy, visitors have left, and there are still people waiting to get in, we will have to set time limits for pool-goers.

You will find comprehensive guidelines related to our pool here and our gym here.


May 29, 2020:  Following guidelines from the CDC, the Governor’s Office and the Monongalia County Health Department, the pool at Suncrest Village opens May 30, 2020. Read our community pool guidelines here.


May 22, 2020:  Please follow this link for reopening procedures(effective May 26) at Suncrest Village. This information was sent via email to owners on May 21. Landlords and property managers, please share this information with your tenants and prospective tenants. 


May 6, 2020: #ThankYouNurses  . . . For your care, compassion and commitment to serving others during #NationalNurse’sWeek2020, and every day, we thank you! We’re especially proud of all nurses and nursing administrators at Suncrest Village who are serving patients and their families in West Virginia. You Make a Difference! Please take care of yourselves this week and every day in this International Year of the Nurse and Midwife as declared by the World Health Organization in honor of the 200th anniversary of the birth of Florence Nightingale.


April 22, 2020: Happy Earth Day! Today marks the 50th anniversary of #EarthDay. There are many reasons to celebrate our common home and even more reasons why we should work together now to protect our future. Learn how others are celebrating this historic anniversary around the globe at https://www.earthday.org/earth-day-2020. Engage your kiddos and grandchildren, too. If they’ve been in the virtual classroom today, they’ll love sharing what they learned about Earth Day with you! We’re better together.


April 13, 2020: The Suncrest Village HOA management extends its appreciation to all first responders, medical practitioners, and frontline workers, who live and work in our community. For their dedication and service to others, especially during this challenging time, we are grateful.  In unity with the world, let us foster hope and healing around us and embrace this season of renewal while staying safe and healthy. Strive to be mindful as we relearn how to take care of ourselves and each other with even greater purpose. Thank you!

Enjoy and share this message of hope from Andrea Bocelli’s Music For Hope from Duomo di Milano on April 12, 2020.

March 23, 2020: We wish to thank everyone in our community for their understanding and cooperation during the current pandemic. In response to public health and safety officials’ recommendations for controlling the spread of the Covid-19 virus, we have closed our office to the public, changed mail pick-up procedures and hours, and restricted access to the clubhouse and gym.  Whether we are in the office or working from home (like many of you) we are able to receive phone calls and emails. Please be patient as we do our best to reply within 24 hours.

As reported today, Governor Justice has issued a “Stay Home” order and has shut down non-essential businesses. Please heed the advice and continue to follow good hygiene and social distancing recommendations. Hopefully, our sacrifices will be helpful in controlling the outbreak in Morgantown and beyond.