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We are always looking for volunteers for our committees. If you would like to help out your community, please mail or upload a completed Volunteer Form to D H Bader, or contact us through this page. Not all committees listed below are currently active, but would be willing to discuss rechartering any of them if a homeowner would like to chair.
Architectural Control Committee
Works with the Board to assure resolutions with homeowner concerns complying with architectural polices meant to enhance the value of our properties.

City Liaison Committee
Works to keep the Board updated with current Gaithersburg City government and Council issues.

Communication Committee
Works with the Board and the management company to provide timely, fresh and valuable content for our website to improve views and readership; pursue initiatives to provide information to homeowners.
Roofing Committee
Created to research options to replace existing shake roofing with alternate materials and be compliant with City and Saybrooke HOA guidelines.
Court Lighting Committee
Created to determine feasibility and options for the improvement of the existing tennis and pickleball courts by adding lighting for evening play.
Tot-lot Committee
Created to determine options to repair, improve, or replace the existing tot-lot as it approaches end of life.
Clean-up Committee
Works with the board to maintain a litter-free community. Routinely canvasses the community's  walkways removing trash.

Events Committee (inactive)
Works with the Board to facilitate arranging community events (ie: National Night Out, Vendor Fair, Trunk or Treat, Pool Party, etc.)

Grounds Committee (inactive)
Works directly with the Board to facilitate information and issues with Saybrooke landscaping and overall esthetics of the Saybrooke Property.

Arbor Committee (inactive)
Works with the Board in helping decide most efficient use of tree trimming budgets to assure ongoing maintenance of a mature community tree system.

Pool Committee (inactive)
Works with the Board to liaison between the pool contractor, neighborhood input, and the landscaping contracting team to maintain a main attraction to homeowners moving to the area. 

Neighborhood Watch Committee (inactive)
Works with the Board to report recent police or security events in the neighborhood reminding neighbors about best safety practices throughout the year.

Newsletter Committee (inactive)
With the new website comes the opportunity to blog or report goings on in the neighborhood. Are you a fast writer and love to have a platform? Let the Board know.