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Welcome to the Official Clearbrooke Estates Homeowners Association website.

We would love to get your feedback and suggestions on what you think of the site and what else we could do to make it better for the community.

Clearbrooke Estates HOA

The semi-annual Community Meeting will be held at the Elks Lodge on 10 October at 7:00pm.

Items to be discussed will include the 2017 Budget.

Please plan to attend.


It seems the big city is beginning to move into lower, slower Sussex county as a truck was broken into in the neighborhood recently. While the thief has been caught, please take care to remove any articles that may be prone to steal and keep your vehicles locked.

While this is a rare occurrance in the development, it appears to be happening more and more often. Additionally, other developments in the area are experiencing similiar activity.

Please keep an eye out for any unusual activity and strange cars in the area. The State Police phone number is 337-1090.

The August Board of Directors
Meeting Minutes are posted on the Restrictions Page.


Look Who's Moved Into
Clearbrooke Estates!

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Dolores & Billy Griffith

Holly Kay Swafford

Brandon & Silvia Hopkins

A "Special Announcements" section has been added to the Our Neighbors page.

To have an item included in this section, please contact the HOA via the Contact Us page.

Please take a trip over there to see what's going on.

Friendly Neighbors

Give your neighbors a friendly wave as you pass them in the community.

There have been a multitude of reports of violations of the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions. Trash cans located in the front of homes, swimming pools without fences and mattresses on front porches are a few examples of violations. Avoid violations and fine sanctions by adhering to the guidelines that keep Clearbrooke Estates a beautiful place to live.

The HOA Board appreciates the members' feedback. Unfortunately some members communicate without identifying themselves. The Board of Directors cannot/will not respond to any future complaints or concerns that do not identify the source.

Did you know you require approval from the HOA for building additions, including pools (both in-ground and above ground), fences, decks and sheds?

Contact the Board of Directors for specifications, applications and approval PRIOR to starting any projects.

The Board of Directors  is happy to announce the formation of the following committees:

Home Improvement


Covenant and Restriction Improvement


Anyone interested in heading or being a part of these committees, please contact them.