A certain amount of confusion arises with regards to Woodrun addresses.  Please note the following:


                                       Guide To Woodrun addresses:

Examples:      

John Doe
Lot #1743-This is the Woodrun lot # used by the office for billing purposes.

7092 Woodrun on Tillery - This is your actual mailing address, identified by the words "Woodrun on Tillery".  You collect your mail from the centrally located boxes.

126 Sleepy Hollow Lane - This is the 911 street location address and should be used for shipping purposes along with the box number as shown above.  UPS, DHL and Fedex use this for their deliveries.  Also use this address for voter registration and your driver's license.

Mt. Gilead, NC 27306 - City, State and Zip to be included in all mailings.  When the City, State and Zip are not listed, it is not the mailing address.


 All EMERGENCIES - 911

 Woodrun Office                910-439-5214
 Guard House                    910-439-5155
 Pool                                  910-439-5569

Carolina Water                  800-348-2383

Randolph Electric
New Service                        336-625-5177
Reporting Outages             877-736-2633

CenturyLink Phone Service/DSL  Click Here



This page was last updated on: October 1, 2019
 Kathy W Tucker
Administrative Manager
Office: (910) 439-5214
Fax: (910) 439-5279
E-mail: woodrun@embarqmail.com

New Woodrun Office Hours:
Monday-Thursday 8:30 am- 4:30 pm
CLOSED ON FRIDAY’S 

e-mail address:  woodrun@embarqmail.com 
In the event that our area experiences severe weather, ice or snow with conditions too hazardous for safe travel, the Woodrun Office will be closed.  

 If you need something that cannot wait until the office re-opens, please call the Guard House at 910-439-5155 and a member of the Board will call you back. ​
The County Emergency Manager for Montgomery County has requested that Woodrun Residents call 911 when they have an emergency. They also requested that Woodrun’s Guards do not call in 911 calls for the residents. 

Reasons all residents need to call in their 911 calls:  A 911 call should be placed via a landline phone not a cell phone. Cell phones do not provide the receiving 911 operator your address or location.

1) Your phone tells the EMS where you are located.
2) EMS can talk directly with you and be prepared for your emergency before they arrive at the property.
3) EMS may need to give you, the resident instructions before they arrive at the property. 

If you have any questions please call the office and speak with Kathy, 910-439-5214. 
Members who do not  have but would like a Boat Slip or Storage Space:  The Office maintains a Waiting List  for those members who would like to rent either a Slip or a Storage Space.Please contact the office if you wish to place your name on the list. 

 Please do not park in the No Parking zone at the side of the mailboxes.  It is for handicapped parking and for a quick drop off of outgoing mail.
 The Board has relaxed the rules on Road Deposit Requirements.If you have any questions please call the office . Click here to view.
MEALS ON WHEELS For WOODRUN COMMUNITY

The Montgomery County Council on Aging is providing “Meals on Wheels” services to Woodrun residents.

These services include the delivery of hot meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays, with the addition of five frozen meals per person, fresh milk, muffins, bread and deserts.

To qualify for these services, each individual must be at least 60 years of age with limited mobility.  

If you would like to receive these services, or just have questions about the program, call Carol Gladden at (910) 439-1394 or see Kathy at the office. 
Grievance Committe Procedures
Excerpted from the Woodrun Bylaws


C.Prior to losing any rights or privileges of membership in the Association, any Member alleged to be in violation of these By-Laws or any other rule of the Association, or otherwise not in good standing, shall be summoned to a hearing before a Grievance Committee, composed of three Members in good standing appointed by the Board, to determine if they should be fined or if any rights or privileges should be suspended. The Member charged shall be given at least 10 days notice of any hearing and notice shall be delivered by email, US Mail or other method designed to provide notice to the Member. The Member charged shall be given notice of the charge, opportunity to be heard and to present evidence, and notice of the decision. If it is decided that a fine should be imposed, a fine not to exceed one hundred dollars ($100.00) may be imposed for the violation and without further hearing, for each day more than five days after the decision that the violation occurs. Such fines shall become part of the Assessments due and shall be secured by liens pursuant to N.C.G.S. 47F‑3‑116. If it is decided that a suspension of rights, privileges or services should be imposed, the suspension may be continued without further hearing until the violation or delinquency is cured. The Member may appeal the decision of the Grievance Committee to the Board by delivering written notice of appeal to the Board within 15 days after the date of the decision of the Grievance Committee. The Board may affirm, vacate or modify the decision of the Grievance Committee. 
Office News
UPS and FedEx have asked the office to remind all Members:

Note: UPS/FedEx cannot deliver to a PO Box.  They have to deliver to your street address!

Address Guidelines for UPS & FedEx

Follow these guidelines for the address boxes:

  Address 1: put your physical address (property street address)
  Address 2: If you have a mail box number add in this line 
  Address 3: put your contact phone #


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GET TECH READY FOR STORMS

Technology has made it easier than ever to prepare for emergencies, but it can be unreliable during emergency circumstances if you haven't planned to keep your gadgets protected and powered up. Here are some tips to make sure you are tech ready:

Make a plan today. Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to know how you'll contact one another and reconnect if separated. Establish a family text group, as well as a family meeting place that's familiar and easy to find. Visit ready.gov/ make-a-plan for a complete communication plan guide.


Before a disaster, follow local government, emergency managment agencies and Randolph EMC on social media to stay up to date with information before, during, and after a disaster. Randolph's Electric MC's mobile app has links to our social sites and outage map and you'll automatically receive texts from us if your mobile number is listed in your account.


Use text messages, social media and email to connect with friends and family during emergencies. Mobile networks can become overwhelmed during emergencies, so using channels that require less bandwidth can be more reliable during situations when many people are trying to use their mobile phones at the same time.


Have an emergency charging option for your phone and other mobile devices. Make sure that all of your electronic devices are fully charged before storms hit. If the power goes out, preserve battery power by minimizing use and switching to low power or airplane mode. Keep a back-up power source on hand to recharge your phone so that you can stay connected even during an extended power outage.

 Woodrun does not have a Facebook page.  However, there is a Woodrun resident that does have one and we are not affiliated with that page.