White House Beach Tenants Association, Inc.
Jonas Flooding News
5-6 inches of snow fell night of Jan 22nd, followed by wind and rain. By morning of Jan 23rd, most of it had melted adding to our local flooding. According to several residents, the Jan 23rd morning high tide was worse than during Hurricane Sandy. Winds were almost as strong and continued all day on Jan 23rd. The park entrance road, East Harbor and West Harbor roads experienced significant flooding. The electricity seems to have held throughout the park.
UPDATE JAN 24TH: The wind blew out the skirting on MANY homes throughout the park! If you have a home on or near the water, you probably had storm damage from water and wind. Please check on your homes as soon as possible because the openings in any skirting will allow your water pipes to freeze. We recommend that you call a neighbor or WHB Security for assistance if you are snowed in elsewhere.
The White House Beach (WHB) Tenants Association, Inc. is a non-profit civic organization whose Members are residents in the White House Beach Manufactured Homes Community, Long Neck, Delaware.
We have an elected board of officers who represent association members in meetings with White House Beach Management, local authorities, businesses and other organizations. The association's fiscal year is April 1st to March 31st. The organization is about ALL residents helping each other. Ask the Board of Officers what you can do to help.
The White House Beach Manufactured Homes Community is owned by the Showell Family. For inquiries about lot rentals, boat slips, or amenities/policies/rental agreements, please contact their office at 302-945-3032
Spring yard sale - May 28th, 7am to 1pm
Golf Cart Parade - June 25th, 9:30am
Picnic / Elections - June 25th, 12 noon to ? (~3 to 4 pm)
Fall yard sale - August 27th, 7am to 1pm
Trunk or Treat - Oct 31st, 6pm to 8pm
June 25th - Annual Election meeting at the Picnic
August 25th - Grottos Pizza, 12 noon
Increase in Dues for 2016
Effective January 1, 2016, membership dues increased from $18 to $20 per family.
Change in Presidents
Annual elections were held at our picnic on June 28th.
Helen O'Brien stepped down after five years of service and we thank her for all her time and effort.
George Pilla who served as our vice president during the same time, has become our new president. Congratulations George!
Al Zwiebel is our 1st Vice President. Darla Blaesing is our 2nd Vice President.
Jennifer Pilla continues as Secretary. Sandi Miller continues as Treasurer. Becky Greenlee continues as a director.
We have one vacant director position. If you are interested in serving, please contact George Pilla, or any other officer.
WHB Security Guard
WHB Security Guard: Tom Rudolph, Phone: 302-542-2918
Call any time for assistance, or to report suspicious activity, or ask questions. His goal is to keep our community a safe, happy and enjoyable place to live.
About Roy Roop: Our long-time security guard Roy Roop passed away May 17, 2014. Read Obituary here.
Beach News: WHB Management has created a beach area for residents at the east harbor area. There is NO LIFE GUARD. Please supervise your children appropriately, and never swim alone.
Scrap metal and aluminum soda/beer cans are needed to support our feral cat program. Please donate the cans from your next party. For drop off or pick up of large items, please call 302-945-6341
Delaware Manufactured Home Owners Association
Members of the WHB Tenants Association are also members of the Delaware Manufactured Home Owners Association. All members are welcome to attend the DMHOA meetings
and we encourage everyone to participate. Visit DMHOA's site
Supervise your pets! There have been reports of red foxes roaming throughout the neighborhoods at night.
Please do not harm the wildlife living in and near the water in our community.
Horseshoe crabs, turtles and skates will be breeding in the water near the shoreline.
Geese, ducks, and other birds are walking around eating bugs and grasses.
Feral cats are always present too. If you see a litter of kittens, please contact us immmediately.
Feral Cat Program
Attention ALL Residents: Please help support our Feral Cat Program to help keep our feral cat population under control. Click here to get more details
Please save and donate your aluminum cans for the cats!
Call 302-945-6341 for drop off location.
Reminder to ALL Residents
ALL RESIDENTS should have both your five digit 911 address and your old lot number displayed on your home (and mailbox).
Have questions or good ideas? Need help?