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Pool Opening Status
Posted on May 18th, 2020
Regrettably, the CCHOA community pool will not be opening this Memorial Day weekend. The pool will remain closed until the Governor issues permission to open all pools. Please note that the legal opening of pools is not dependent on the current "color-coded phases" method used for typical business re-opening requirements. The gate will remain locked and key cards inactive until pools can legally open for the season. 
When pools are permitted to open, we can expect some social distancing requirements to accompany the order which CCHOA and pool patrons will be expected to comply with. Rj Community Management, your Board of Directors, and the pool service company are currently reviewing CDC recommendations for pool opening strategies and developing a plan now, so that the community pool can open immediately when an order is passed. We will have a more detailed update for residents via email shortly. 
Lawn Application 4/14
Posted on Apr 13th, 2020
Please be advised that Treesdale Landscaping is schedule to perform a lawn application (fertilization and weed control) tomorrow, April 14th.
2020 Dog Licenses
Posted on Feb 4th, 2020
Dog owners are reminded that Butler County Dog Licenses are valid for one (1) calendar year, and 2019 licenses expired on December 31, 2019. All dogs, 3 months and older, are required to have a valid Butler County Dog License. Animal Control Officers do patrol and enforce the license requirement.
2020 Dog Licenses are now available at the Borough Office.
Dog Owners-Walker Ordinance
Posted on Nov 11th, 2019
Attention Dog Owners—Walkers
Residents are reminded that Ordinance No. 40 mandates that dog owners collect and properly dispose of feces deposited by their dog on any public or private property within the Borough of Seven Fields. Section 4 of the ordinance states, in part, “Feces must be picked up immediately by the dog owner and disposed of in the owner’s refuse receptacle.” In addition to being a violation of the ordinance, leaving dog feces behind is a safety hazard. According to the EPA, dog feces is as toxic to the environment as chemical and oil spills.

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