THERE IS NO PARKING ON THE STREETS OR EASEMENTS FROM NOVEMBER 15TH TO APRIL 1ST
The Sunrise Lake Property Owners Association was formed after our first annual community-wide Board of Directors election on July 26, 2009. As we transition the Sunrise Lake community from management by the original developers to the newly elected board of directors, we hope you will check this website often for important announcements and updates. Please use the subject links for more specific community information.
If this is your first visit to www.sunriselake.org, please take a few minutes to get to know our site. Information on upcoming activities, volunteer opportunities, community rules and governance, and community resources can be found here. Click on the ‘contact us’ link to submit your questions or concerns or to let us know you’d like to join the board’s and your neighbors’ efforts to make Sunrise Lake the best community it can be.
Staying abreast of all the latest community information through regular visits to www.sunriselake.org will help to facilitate the smooth running of our community and help you to take best advantage of what the Sunrise Lake community has to offer you and your family.
If you have friends and neighbors without computer access, please join our efforts to make sure everyone has the information they need by updating them after your visits to our site or encouraging them to stop by the office.
*And please volunteer! Joining one of our community committees is a great way to meet neighbors and friends, to contribute to the beauty and success of our community, and to ensure that ALL Sunrise homes maintain their fullest value.
If you are planning on visiting or are new to our community, Sunrise Lake is in Pike County, approximately 85 miles northwest of New York City and ten miles West from the Delaware River and the border of Sussex County, NJ.
Located in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, Sunrise Lake is surrounded by 25,000 acres of Federal and State forests offering a range of outdoor four-season recreational activities from hiking, bird watching, and swimming to camping, skiing, hunting and fishing. Sunrise Lake is a twenty-minute drive from historic Milford, PA, home to art galleries, shops, and restaurants, and historic Grey Towers, famed conservationist Gifford Pinchot’s beautiful summer home and grounds, which is now a National Forest site open to the public.
Sunrise Lake, originally a second home vacation community, has transformed in the past twenty years to a full time residential community, though many second homebuyers still find or build their vacation homes here in Sunrise. The community is made up of over 1200 homes and lots, and serviced by 27 miles of community roads. Road maintenance and snow plowing and removal and common area upkeep are managed by the board of directors and paid for through yearly community assessments.
Monday to Friday: 9:00am-5pm
The office phone voice mail is checked daily.
CENTURY SECURITY PHONE # 1-800-601-9881