2018 Annual Meeting
The annual association meeting and gathering after will be on Sunday, August 26th at 4:00 p.m.at the home of Kathy & Ed Siranosian at 25 Weathervane Lane. See the annual meeting page for more information.
2018 Annual Adult Cocktail Party
The Carleton Shores tennis courts are managed and maintained
by the Carleton Shores Association and are open to all Carleton Shores residents and their guests. Play is on a first come, first served basis. Enjoy the courts, but please respect the rules posted at the courts.
the official website of the Carleton Shores Neighborhood
Association. Here you will find information about our
neighborhood including history, upcoming
events, beach news, and association policies and guidelines.
Notice regarding beach parking passes
The CSA parking tag policy has changed. As you know, each lot has been assigned four numbered tags. If you lose a tag, and want a new one, please contact Kathy Siranosian, (508)833-4623. Before receiving a new set of tags, you must return whatever tags remain from your set of four, and you will be charged $25 for each missing tag. If you sell your house or lot, all four tags must be returned, or you will be charged $25 for each missing tag.
At the Annual Meeting, Ed Collupy was elected and John Dashuta and Mike Meyers were re-elected to 3 year terms.
View current board members »
Neighborhood Association Bylaws
The association bylaws contain important information
regarding the purpose of the Carleton Shores Neighborhood
its mission, and all the restrictions and covenants that
govern our neighborhood.
Carleton Shores Members, please join the Carleton Shores Neighborhood Association closed group on Facebook
Building and Planning
Thinking of adding a screen porch or building a shed? Make sure you consult
the Carleton Shores Neighborhood Association construction requirements and procedures which has been revised in 2016.
All new construction needs to be approved by
the building and planning committee.
The members present at the Annual Meeting voted and approved the 2017 budget as proposed by the Board. The board was pleased to note that budget, as proposed, did not call for any increase. The annual dues for the year 2018 remain at $300 per lot.
The CSA annual newsletter is mailed in February.
View the 2017 annual newsletter »