Wedgwood Estates Community Association - 38 Nancy Lane Downingtown, PA 19335       610-873-7208
News & Events
Annual Leaf Clean-up
To give our community an overall neat appearance, we are asking ALL owners AND residents to please have loose leaves raked curbside by sunset on Sunday, November 22nd, but PLEASE, no sooner than Thursday, November 19th.  Leaf clean-up will take place beginning on Monday, November 23 with a rain date of November 24, weather permitting. 
LEAF CLEAN-UP IS MANDATORY, AND WILL BE ENFORCED.  Homeowners who do not comply with the clean-up deadline WILL BE FINED, until cleanup has been completed.  In addition, the homeowner will be responsible for proper clean-up, transport to, and disposal at county landfill, on their own time, and at their own expense.
There will be leaf pick-up on ALL STREETS EXCEPT WEDGEWOOD DRIVE on this date. 
Please DO NOTplace leaves on Wedgewood Drive.  It is a township road, and it is not permitted.

  • Leaves must be raked or blown curbside – no front or rear yards will be cleared
  • Do not place leaves in paper bags for vacuuming on November 22nd
  • There is to be no dumping of leaves in the surrounding wooded areas
  • Try to place leaves in an area that can be reached from the street and not blocked by cars
  • Leaves should be placed in piles in the streets, or in parking lots along the curbs, not on sidewalks, in private driveways, or on yard edges
  • Please keep your children from playing or jumping in the leaf piles; the more compact the piles the less they will blow around prior to pickup
  • Do not rake onto, cover, or block storm drainage grates
  • Do not mix bottles, cans, trash, branches or rocks, as they will damage contractors equipment or prevent proper removal
  • Please exercise care in parking vehicles; park in a manner that vehicles will not interfere or block access to leaf piles on the morning of pickup; we ask if you are home during cleanup, to please move cars so all leaves can be removed
  • Be courteous to your neighbors who take the time to clear their yard, by doing the same; leaves left in your yard will inevitably end up in your neighbors’ yard when the wind blows
  • If your neighbor is elderly, or unable to rake, offer to help them; in order to clean the entire community everyone needs to get their leaves to the curb

If you would like to place your bagged leaves at the curb for bi-weekly yard waste collection, the collection dates are November 20 and December 4 (final pick-up date).  In order to use the township yard waste collection service, all leaves and yard waste must be in PAPER LAWN REFUSE BAGS ONLY, NOT IN PLASTIC BAGS OR CANS.  Please fold down the top of the bags to prevent spillage if the bags should tip over.                                              
Leaves must be properly bagged and at the curb for pickup by 5 AM on 11/20 or 12/04 for township pick-up OR blown to the curb by dark on November 22 for community leaf collection.  Loose leaves CANNOT remain on the lawns after dark on November 22. 

The WECA Board has been informed that many Homeowners are parking more than one car in the front parking spots close to homes.  Out of courtesy for your neighbors please park only one vehicle in the front row, and all other vehicles for your household in the back row or in the overflow parking.
Numbered parking spaces are appearing and are not allowed nor have they been approved. There are currently no assigned parking spots in Wedgwood. Defacing the streets and curbs by painting numbers is not allowed. These addresses with numbers on parking spots will be fined. Please also remember vehicles should not be parked in designated "No Parking" spots.
Illegal Vehicles Parked in Wedgwood Estates
Any vehicle parked in Wedgwood Estates without current PA inspection stickers and PA current tags and PA vehicle registration, or in proper running order, such as flat tires, etc. will be stickered by the Wedgwood Office.  Once stickered, the vehicle owner will have 7 days to bring the vehicle current.  If proof is not submitted the vehicle will be towed from Wedgwood property at the owner's expense seven days from the date and time the vehicle is originally stickered.  Proof must be submitted to the office prior to the 7th day to avoid the vehicle being towed.  Cars are towed to Daryl Fling Towing at 180 Hurley Road, Coatesville, PA.  Their phone number is 610-383-6362.  Vehicles in which the office receives complaints from other home owner's will be checked and stickered if necessary. 


Paving & Concrete Rehabilitation
The necessary 10 - 15 year plan will begin at the oldest courts and travel throughout the development until all courts are completed.  Please be patient while we increase the value and improve the condition of our community.

WECA Street Maintenance
Ashley & Brighton Ct - completed August 2014
Nancy Lane -  TBD
Astor Ct - TBD
Bianca/Delphi Ct - TBD
Appledore Dr, Argyll & Ascot Ct - Completed
Westbury Ct - TBD

Property Inspections
We will be walking the community to inspect properties and notify owners of any issues in need of attention. Please make sure that your home and property are properly maintained and all exterior areas are free of clutter. We will be sending notices to violators. Failure to comply to the Rules & Regulations of the community may result in fines and/or further action.
Improving Communication
Please take a moment to let the office know the best way to contact you, and how you would prefer to receive information.

 Pods and Dumpsters
While the WECA BOD understands from time to time homeowners may need to have a Pod or dumpster delivered at the homes, we ask that you send a request for approval, to the WECA Office, prior to placing the units on common grounds.  When sending the request, please advise the amount of time the unit will be on Wedgwood property.  If prior approval is not requested, pods and dumpsters will be removed at the owners expense. 

Trash & Recycling Collection
The trash is collected on Thursday mornings.  If you should have an instance where trash or recyclables were missed on a regular collection day, please contact the township at (610) 384-0600 ext. 3 prior to 10am the next day to schedule the hauler to return.     
Caln Township provides once per week trash pick up to eligible residential properties.  Residents may put out up to 130 gallons of trash each week.
All recycling can be placed in the recycling cart provided by the Township.  For additional information on items which should be recycled and placed in your recycling cart, please see the township website.
The contractor will pick-up ONE bulk item such as a chair or sofa each week.
Trash should be placed at the curb no earlier than 6:00pm or dusk, whichever is earlier, the night before collection.  Empty trash containers must be removed from the curb on the day of trash collection.
Both trash cans and recycle bins must be clearly marked with a unit number.  Cans that are not removed by the morning after trash pickup will subject owner to fines.  Unmarked cans will be disposed of.
The trash haulers can no longer accept electronic equipment such as computers, laptops, monitors and televisions as a bulk trash item.  Do not put electronic equipment at the curb for pick-up.  Collection and drop-off locations can be found on the Chester Co. Solid Waste Authority website. 
Please do not burn trash or yard waste. Burning is prohibited. 
Weather, holidays or equipment problems may delay the trash collection a day or more in certain areas. For information relating to weather related delays, please visit the Caln Township website.  If the schedule should change due to delays, the same rule for the timing of placement of trash by the curb still applies (no earlier that 6:00pm the night before the re-scheduled collection day).
Landlords are ultimately responsible for tenants complying with our governing documents and rules.
Eagle Disposal’s contract does not allow for them to pick-up carpeting.  If you are installing new carpet, we recommend that you have your contractor remove the old carpet and properly dispose of it off site.  If your contractor will not the old carpet, you can contact Eagle Disposal and ask for the special pick-up option of the Township’s contract. This option allows the homeowner to pay Eagle directly for overflow trash (i.e. carpet, wood, etc.).  For a $55 per hopper fee, Eagle will send out a separate truck to collect.  

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