HOA amount is $345/month

Please keep in mind – the check should be cut and mailed out no later than on the 1st day of each month. Past due fees will be incurred for payments received after the 10th of the month.  All late HOA fees will be penalized an extra $25.

We recommend to setup an automatic bank payment of the fees to be sent no later than on the 1st day of each month

Please send your checks to:

Deep Run Townhome Condominium Association, Inc.
3171 Route 9N Box 327
Old Bridge, NJ 08857

We recommend to setup an automatic bank payment of the fees to be sent no later than on the 1st day of each month

Alternatively, you can drop your payment into a drop box. (more details here)

Please send your checks to:

Deep Run Townhome Condominium Association, Inc.
3171 Route 9N Box 327
Old Bridge, NJ 08857

We recommend to setup an automatic bank payment of the fees to be sent no later than on the 1st day of each month

This content is for members only.

Invoices are sent out only if you are past due (or close to be past due). If you need a one-off invoice, please contact Property Manager. Please do not consider Property Manager as a reminder system to pay fees – it is the homeowner’s responsibility to pay maintenance fees on time. We recommend to setup an automatic bank payment of the fees to be sent no later than on the 1st day of each month.

Please use board@deeprunhoa.org as a recipient of your Zelle payment. Don’t forget to email us and provide the unit number, so the Property Manager will be able to associate the payment with your unit.

For more details about HOA and homeowner responsibilities – please refer to Responsibilities page

The doors or windows should be painted Bronze outside.

Please complete the installation request form to inform the Board, acknowledge color requirement and get approval

It is homeowners’ responsibility to power wash and paint their deck every 3 years


 SKU: 9 5 7 1 2 1 6 3 5 5

The dumpster should be placed in your unit reserved parking spot. No Common Areas should be used for that.

Please check a video explaining why proper ventilation matters to the health of your attic and your overall roofing system:

You can install electrical charger  but you need the following:

  1. Create a request on the website.
  2. Obtain an approval from township
  3. They will need to send the electrical, internet and water people to mark where the communication are so they will not be disturbed when the charger is installed. You have quite a lot of them in every court.
  4. Concrete paths should also not be damaged.
  5. When you find a vendor who will do it for you you will need to obtain the insurance from him and permit. Then you need to provide all this paperwork to the HOA.
  6. HOA will review to approve it.

You cannot put solar panels on your unit. We are an HOA and have to be uniform. It’s either all units or none. We already explored that possibility and unfortunately we cannot have them.

Smoke Detectors

As of January 1, 2019, each level of your home, including the basement, is required to have a smoke detector, and the smoke detector must be a 10-year sealed battery-powered single station unit. If, however, the home has an alternating current (A/C) powered (hardwired) single or multiple-station smoke alarm system that was installed with the original construction, the smoke detector units do not need to be replaced. A “level” is typically defined as a floor level separated by three or more steps from another floor. In the basement, the smoke detector should be located on the ceiling beam at the bottom of the stairs. 

In addition, you must also install smoke detectors in every separate sleeping area, and specifically, within 10 feet of each bedroom door. Also, if there is a loft or attic area that can be used as a living space with a headspace of 7 feet or more, a smoke detector is often required. If the home has an alarm or central station monitoring in place, the homeowner must be able to provide the alarm company name, know how to silence the alarm, and reset the code after the inspector performs a test. 

As per codes at the time of construction our development was built – buildings weren’t designed for interconnected fire alarms. IT IS STILL REQUIRED that any electric hardware fire alarms that exist must be maintained or reinstalled in the places where those were initially installed. This includes the ones disabled above drop ceilings. In our development houses must have hardwired alarms in at least 2 places (one on the second floor) on a ceiling near the stairwell, another in the basement. (no 2 units are set up similar, so location of the sensors can vary)

Carbon Monoxide Alarms

Similar to smoke detectors, single-station carbon monoxide alarms should be placed in the immediate vicinity of sleeping areas, according to New Jersey’s Fire Law. Some towns also require that each floor has a carbon monoxide alarm. In the case of carbon monoxide alarms, the units can be battery-operated, hard-wired, or plug-in. If the home has combination carbon monoxide and smoke alarm single station devices, these alarms must similarly be 10-year sealed battery units. 

Fire Extinguishers

The detail of the new fire extinguisher regulations may surprise you. The rules are multi-faceted and very specific, so it’s worth taking a look at them even if you are not selling your home. 

  • The extinguisher must be labeled, charged and operable.
  • Extinguishers must be within 10 feet of the kitchen and located in the path of egress, or near the way out.
  • Units must be readily accessible and visible.
  • Extinguishers must be mounted using the manufacturer’s hanging bracket, so the operating instructions are clearly visible.
  • The extinguisher cannot weigh more than 10 pounds.
  • Extinguishers must be an approved type with a minimum rating of 2A-10B:C.
  • Upon inspection of the home, the owner’s manual or written operational instructions must be provided and left for the new occupant.
  • The unit must be serviced and tagged by a certified Division of Fire Safety contractor within the past 12 months, or the homeowner must have a receipt for a recently purchased extinguisher.
  • When the unit is mounted, the top cannot be more than five feet above the floor. 

Additional Fire Safety Tips

Having read the documentation from many different northern New Jersey towns about smoke detectors, carbon monoxide alarms, and fire extinguishers, here are some additional regulations and tips that my team has seen outlined by different towns. These differ from township to township, so they are just provided for information and you should ensure you check your town-specific requirements.

  • Because stairways act like chimneys for smoke, consider locating additional detectors near stairwells.
  • For smoke detectors located inside the rooms of the home, mount the detectors in the center of the ceiling. Smoke rises to the ceiling and spreads horizontally, so placing the smoke detector in the center is closest to all points in the room.  
  • If it is not possible to locate a smoke detector in the center of the ceiling, make sure to mount it a minimum of 6 inches from a sidewall and 2 feet from any corner.
  • If the smoke detector is mounted on a wall, mount the detector a maximum of 6 inches below the ceiling and at least 2 feet from any corner. 
  • Smoke detectors should be a minimum of 3 feet from any air registers.
  • Smoke detectors must be under 10-years old. 
  • Carbon monoxide alarms must be less than 5-years old. 
  • Place carbon monoxide detectors in any room with a gas-operated fireplace.

Please Contact Us to obtain a replacement. The replacement cost is $25

Please limit the number of guests per family to 2 people only. If we see the number of people at the pool more than 35 people, we will be asking the guests to leave. Capacity at the pool still should be not more than 35 people at a time. Be mindful of your neighbors.

Unfortunately, currently the only allowed pool parties are those which are organized by HOA

There is a complimentary Wi-Fi available at pool.

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Homeowners can obtain access to our surveillance system by following these instructions

  • People who own a house for more than 2 years
  • People who have been living in the development last 2 years
  • People in good standing with no outstanding balance

 As per NJ government recommendations (https://www.nj.gov/agriculture/divisions/pi/prog/pests-diseases/spotted-lanternfly/) – If you see a Spotted Lanternfly, help us Stomp it Out!

Please refer to the instructions or read an article

  • The trees should be planted no closer than 15 feet for small trees and 20 feet for large trees from the building and recommended spacing between trees should be preserved (depends on the kind of a tree)
  • Homeowner agrees to water tree(s) regularly
  • Planting the trees should be approved by the board (link to request for approval form) prior to submission for reimbursement
  • For more details please visit Landscaping section in ‘Rules and Definitions’ menu.

Every year we are receiving requests to cut trees. Please refer to a citation from Chapter 457 (Trees and Invasive) of Old Bridge Township Code below:

§ 457-8.1 Replacement trees.

Any tree removed pursuant to this chapter, unless exempt under § 457-10E shall be replaced based on the following:
[Amended 3-16-2020 by Ord. No. 2020-10]

Table 1.0
Number of trees to be removedSize/Diameter(inches at dbh)Number of replacement treesSize of replacement trees(inches)Or dollar amount
1Greater than 6 up to 1012 â€” 2 1/2$240
2Greater than 6 up to 1013 1/2 â€” 4$420
1Greater than 10 up to 1622 â€” 2 1/2$480
1Greater than 16 up to 2323$840
1Greater than 23 up to 3043 1/2 — 4$1,680
1Greater than 3053 1/2 — 4$2,100
*dbh stand for ‘Diameter at Breast Height
  • The only fireworks that are legal for consumer use without a special permit in New Jersey are considered “non-explosive and non-aerial” fireworks. These typically include sparklers, smoke devices, and some novelty items such as party poppers and snappers.
  • The fireworks can be installed only on Court roads. The fireworks are not permitted on the Deep Run Drive.
  • The fireworks should be placed not closer than 9 feet from any objects, including cars and buildings.
  • It’s important to remember that even though these items are permitted, they should still be used responsibly and with caution. Always follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer and exercise safety precautions to prevent accidents or injuries.

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