Who We Serve
The purpose of the Tri Community Homeowners Association (TCHA) is to bring together the homeowners in the neighborhood to address issues of common interest. These include civic, security, safety, social, community and other issues that can have an impact on property values and the quality of life.
The TCHA is comprised of the following streets in Danbury:
The association comprises the following named streets in the City of Danbury, Connecticut: Caisson Drive, Cannonball Drive, Carriage House Drive, East Drive, Grenier Drive, Harwood Drive, Jonathan Court, Marc Road, Miry Brook Road, Ole Musket Lane, Olympic Drive, Shady Acres Park, Short Lane, Spruce Mountain Road, Spruce Mountain Terrace, Spruce Mountain Trail, Stable Drive, Tanmar Drive, Ward Drive, Ward Drive South, and Weindorf Lane.
TCHA Board Members
Elected Officers for 2020
President – Vacant
Dawn Marie Lopes
2021 Board Members Will Be Elected at the TCHA Annual Meeting in November 2020.
Local City Complaint or Question? Call 311, 24/7
The City of Danbury “City Line 311” is for Danbury residents, business owners, and visitors to use to discuss a problem or concern about their neighborhood or to request city services. The 311 Call Center provides information on City of Danbury services and accepts complaints and reports of neighborhood problems. A person can file a written request for information or a complaint via on the city’s web site at www.danbury-ct.gov then clink on the box called City Line 311 and follow the prompts. If you have questions you can also contact them via email CityLine311@danbury-ct.gov or call 311 or 203-744-4311 if you require further assistance.
United Way & State of Connecticut: Call 211, 24/7
The United Way of Connecticut 2-1-1 connects callers, at no cost, to critical health and human services in their community. In addition, 2-1-1 offers specialized programs to address specific needs and situations. If you are looking for help, dial 2-1-1 from anywhere in Connecticut for assistance to locate programs and services in your area. The specialist can help make it easier for you to find information, discover options or deal with a crisis. Outside of CT dial 1-800-203-1234. The United Way of Western Connecticut works to ensure that every person, and every home, is healthy and strong and serve a total of 15 towns located within Northern Fairfield County, Southern Litchfield County and the City of Stamford.
Join the Tri-Community Homeowners Association Today!
Annual Membership Dues: $10.00 Family Membership
Thank you for your patience while we develop an online membership registration form. The TCHA is run by volunteers that support the community in Southern Danbury, CT.
Please send your inquires to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will respond as soon as possible.
Become a Street Representative
We are looking for individuals or couples who will step up to become leaders on their street. Being a street representative isn’t a hard job, but it’s an important job in the neighborhood.
Role of a Street Representative
As a street representative, your primary objective is to develop and maintain a personal relationship with all neighbors on your street and:
1. Promote neighborhood meetings
2. Carry out active TCHA projects or initiatives
3. Providing newcomers with TCHA information
3. Maintain contact information (name, email, etc)
If you are interested in serving as a street representative, or if you would like further information, please send us a message. There’s no obligation!