Clubhouse open 7am - 11pm!!
The Clubhouse (Gym, Card Room, Bocci Court, Tennis Courts, Library, Billiards Room and meeting room) reopened on Wednesday, July 7th, for Homeowners/Residents 55+ only!  We will expand the opening to adult children, grandchildren and other guests at a later date.
If you ARE fully vaccinated against Covid-19, masks and social distancing are not required.  If you ARE NOT fully vaccinated against Covid-19, it is strongly recommended that you wear masks and practice social distancing.  Gym equipment will be placed at 6-foot intervals per health department guidelines.  Equipment MUST BE WIPED DOWN/SPRAYED BEFORE AND AFTER EACH USE.  (sanitizing wipes and sprayers will be provided).  Please wipe down sports equipment, (bocci balls, card tables, etc.) before and after use (sanitizing wipes will be provided).  Please bring identification (Driver's License) which must have Hearthstone address.  Please be advised that no furniture will be placed outside at this time.  You must bring your own chairs with you.  No furniture may be used from either the pool house or clubhouse.  Anything brought in with you in the bocci area or tennis area must leave with you (food, trash, recycling, chairs, etc.)

If you have not received your card key to access the Clubhouse, please visit the Clubhouse and see Nancy on or after Wednesday, July 7th.

THE POOL: Open only weekends for lack of lifeguards!

The pool is open.  Beginning Friday, July 16th, Nancy will begin handing out RESIDENT 2021 POOL

Hearthstone at Hillsborough Community Association

Questions on What to do:

  • For true emergencies requiring assistance from Management during normal business hours, contact Martin Laderman at 1-201-798-1080 extension 9227.
  • After-hours true emergencies contact the MEM Emergency line at 1-800-506-3360.  Tell them you are with Hearthstone at Hillsborough and you need Martin Laderman while Nancy is on vacation.  
  • If you or your Realtor/Mortgage Company need Accounting or Closing Information, contact the Accounting Department at 201-798-1080 x.9232 Daniel Paula or
  • If you are experiencing trouble with your fire or CO2 alarms, (slow beeping), it may be time to change your batteries.  If you change the batteries and it still beeps, you probably need a new unit as the sensors go bad, usually before their life expectancy is up.  
  • If your alarm is going off, CONTACT THE FIRE/POLICE IMMEDIATELY.
  • If you smell gas, BE SAFE:  CONTACT THE FIRE/POLICE IMMEDIATELY and get out of the building.

Fire Safety Seminar - many useful ideas and warnings in this file about fire prevention (click here)

Awning Request

If you desire an awning you must apply for it with the Awning Package form found on the website form page

Modification Request
Any/all work done to the outside of the home, including doors and window replacement requires a modification request form and approval from the arc first.  If you have a deck or patio, sprinkler or change to your surroundings on your property, you MUST fill out a modification request and submit it through Nancy to the ARC committee.  Failure to do so may cost you money in undoing a project that was not done within the rules.  

Dryer Vent Cleaning

To all Town Homeowners - You are required to have Homeowners Insurance and have dryer vent cleaning done every 2 years and supply proof to our Association or be subject to a $25 per day fine.  Click here for more information.

Driving Safety
There are a couple of safety items that you need to be aware of while driving in the community.  The speed limit is 25 mph and when driving down the street, please stay on the proper side. Many tend to drive in the middle of the street.  This is dangerous.  It happens a great deal on Boyd. Please take a moment and make sure you are following all traffic laws within the community.

Holiday  Guest Parking For Parties
With the Holiday Season around the corner, the parties in the community will take place.  We ask that you make sure your guests do not park in places that are “NO PARKING ZONES”.  They will be towed.  Boyd Street is a particular area of concern. Please call Nancy and let her know that you will need to use the clubhouse parking for your guests.  She needs to make sure there is nothing going on at the clubhouse first.  It is imperative that you make sure your guests are parking only where allowed.  The Board appreciates the show of cooperation recently.  
Parking (Community Safety)
Parking at the dangerous bend of Boyd at the cross street of Weber has improved, but there are still a few residents and guests that continue to violate this parking area.  It is our hope that as we move forward, no one will park in that area or other areas where parking is not allowed. Towing will be the choice of discipline in the future.

Common Property Restrictions
Common property and easement areas are the property of the Association.  You are not allowed to plant or store anything in those areas.  Anything that is planted or set in that area is in jeopardy should heavy equipment or excavation of the area be needed.  The Association is not responsible for any plants or items left in those areas.  Please do not plant trees or shrubs in those areas.  Refer to your plot maps received at closing if you are not quite sure where your property ends.  Patio furniture is permitted on PATIOS & DECKS ONLY.  Furniture may NOT be used on lawn areas.

Condo Dumpsters and Club House Dumpsters not for Community use!
The condo dumpsters are for the condo residents only.  Please use your recycle and garbage cans to discard your garbage and recycle products.  Garbage pick-up is twice per week and recycle pick-up is every other week.  If you have excess or large items to discard, please call Raritan Valley for special pick- ups.  Do not use the condo dumpsters or the Club House dumpsters.  This especially applies to those that are moving in or moving out.  Thank you for your compliance.

Recycling Schedule and Other Information from Somerset County Recycling LINK

Townhouse Owners Insurance and Dryer Vent Cleaning Requirement LINK ​​