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Dunbarton
WELCOME
 
 
Our community website was developed to serve as an informative resource for both our neighborhood and our local community. If you are interested in moving to Dunbarton and have any questions, please contact our HOA President at: president@dunbartonnc.org.
 
ANNUAL HOA MEETING
The Annual Meeting has been postponed due to COVID 19. When it is safe, the meeting will be rescheduled.  Details about the budget and the board members for FY2020/2021 was sent to all homeowners in a letter from Allenton Management.  If you need additional information, email president@dunbartonnc.org 

IN MEMORIAM OF MATTIE LOU UZZLE
Longtime Dunbarton resident Lou Uzzle died Wednesday. Her graveside funeral will be 2:00 pm Monday, November 23, 2020.
 

And click this link to access the live stream event of the funeral services.

DUNBARTON RECYCLING
Dunbarton Recycling Bins use the guidelines below put together by the City of Durham. Please download and print this graphic for reference.
Recycle plastic bags at your local grocery store.
Do not use them to drop off your recycled items to the bins.
 
 
DURHAM SCRAP EXCHANGE
Downsizing? Moving? Simply need more space? This is a fabulous place to donate almost anything you don't want to take with you or keep. 
 
Due to COVID 19, there are donation restrictions in place.  You may need to make an appointment to donate. Find all the necessary information at http://scrapexchange.org/donate

MOVING TRUCKS AND DUNBARTON
18-WHEEL TRUCKS ARE NOT ALLOWED IN DUNBARTON
 
The Dunbarton Board of Directors would like to remind residents of the following: Under "Rules and Regulations, Policies and Procedures"  

VI. VEHICLES & PARKING, SECTION G

Large moving vans (i.e. 18-wheel trucks) cannot safely negotiate our streets and are not allowed in Dunbarton. Trucks of this size may be parked on alpine road with smaller trucks used to deliver goods directly to a residence.


RECYCLE THE RIGHT WAY

USEFUL LINKS
Click on the newspaper of your choice to catch up on local news stories, sports or obits.
 
The Durham Herald Sun
 
The Raleigh N&O

 
DUNBARTON BOOK EXCHANGE
You may have noticed the bookcases in the clubhouse, filled with books on many different topics, themes, issues—and mostly fiction. The Dunbarton Book Exchange was created so residents could exchange reading material, conveniently and economically, creating a community benefit for all.
 
In order for the Book Exchange to work effectively, please consider the following:

How to Borrow from the Dunbarton Book Exchange…
  • Take one or two books to read and enjoy at home.
  • After reading, return the borrowed books or pass along to a friend.
  • When returning borrowed books, please place them in the orange crate provided.
  • Dunbarton Book Exchange volunteers will re-shelve the books for you.
How to Donate Books to the Dunbarton Book Exchange…
  • Donate recent, gently-used, interesting books.
  • Donate books you have enjoyed lately and think others would too.
  • Donate audio books on CD.
  • Although some books may not be current fiction, readers love the old standards too. 
  • Many well-known authors, Erik Larson, Donna Leon, Louise Penny, Margaret Atwood, just to name a few, are still read and enjoyed by many.
What NOT to Donate to the Dunbarton Book Exchange…
  • Outdated travel books (more than five years old)
  • Outdated financial tomes (more than a year old)
  • Harlequin romance novels
  • Books on tape (literally)
  • Old textbooks
 
The Book Exchange is designed for all Dunbarton residents to enjoy and to contribute to. Please follow these few simple guidelines to keep it a great resource for Dunbarton.

DOGS IN DUNBARTON
Dunbarton is a great community for walking dogs...but your dog must be kept on a leash at all times and you must pick up after your pooch when it poops! We provide disposal bags. Do not leave these on your neighbors' lawns! Please refer to the Dunbarton Rules & Regulations/Policies & Procedures  page 6 for more details about pet ownership in Dunbarton. Thank you!
 
 

LOCK YOUR CAR!
Are you guilty of not locking your car in the driveway? Take heed from this great graphic from the Port Washington, NY police department...

Lock your car, even in your driveway.

Do not leave your electronic devices, pocketbook, wallet, keys, cash, or valuables in your car!

Be a good neighbor – If you See Something, Say Something!

Call 911 for suspicious activity!