Tideview Estates Condominium Association

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Disclaimer: The information provided on this site does not represent the opinions/positions of either the Tideview Estates Condominium Association or the Evergreen-Harvard Group.  Documents/information provided here represents that which is publicly available and is included solely for the benefit and convenience of owners and residents of Tideview Estates.  All "official" inquiries/requests must be presented to/through the Evergreen-Harvard Group.



Over the past months there have been numerous sightings of rats around the entire Tideview complex.  As a result, a pest control company will initiate abatement procedures within the next several weeks.  More information will be provided to owners and residents as soon as it becomes available and before the process begins.


In the meantime, in order to convince the rats that they need to move on, residents are requested to remove the possible sources of food for the rodents.  Take down bird feeders, stop all “ground feeding”, and keep your garage doors closed.

Update -- Friday, June 14, 2019

Rat traps were placed around those buildings where the residents reported the greatest number of rat sightings and it was likely that possible colonies existed.

Rat populations in other areas had hopefully been reduced/eliminated due to environmental factors, including predator actions.

After a week or so, if you notice recurring rat activity around your building -- and you don't notice any rat traps nearby -- you should contact Evergreen Management and report the sightings.



The rat abatement/control process will begin this Monday, June 10th. The entire complex will be included. The following information is provided:


1. They will begin with trapping (they don’t use poisons on rats as they don’t want a rat dying in someone’s wall causing a big smell.)


2. They will also use a burrow machine that emits Carbon Monoxide. This is done ON BURROWS ONLY AND NEVER TO STRUCTURES! The machines are never used on burrows near structures as CO may get up into a home. Burrows in the open and in wooded areas may be treated.


3. There is no danger to pets/people/children at any time with trapping or burrow treatment.


4. All traps are labeled with the exterminator’s name, phone and the fact that there may be a trap inside the box; there are two 2" diameter holes to allow rats to enter the station.


5. "Warning Signs” won’t be posted. Residents are alerted to expect technicians to be visiting the sites, setting traps, moving/rebaiting/emptying trap stations during the process. They will be in bushes/shrubbery as well as adjacent to units (typically the rear where rat sign is the heaviest)

(Posted Friday, June 7, 2019)

FY2018 Financial Audit/Review

Monthly Board of Directors Meeting:


 Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 6 PM in Room #323 of the McConnell Center.

Latest Community Information Notice (CIN) -- May 2019

Snow Removal Procedures

Balance Sheet (EOM May 2019)

Reserve Analysis (EOM May 2019)

Tideview Estates Approved 2019 Operations Budget (EOM May 2019)

Siding Project Loan Amortization Schedule




Salted sand available to residents


The city provides residents of Dover free salted sand, located at the intersection of Piscataqua and Drew roads.

Residents must bring their own supplies, such as buckets, bags and shovels.

Please note that when temperatures are below freezing, the pile can harden and be more difficult to work with.

For more information, contact Community Services at 516-6450.

Monthly assessments (condo fees) increase from $200 to $210 effective January 1, 2019


2019 Operating Budget

FY2017 Financial Audit/Review

The rules and regulations have been amended to permit use of window-type air conditioners in the small bedroom, subject to certain requirements and restrictions.

Wednesday, July 19, 2017  Front door keys recently provided by owners have been placed within the Knox Box at the mail house for use by the Dover Fire Department.  In an emergency, personnel will be able to quickly gain entry into affected units without having to use damaging forcible entry techniques.

Any other owners desiring to have their front door key(s) placed in the box should contact the fire department and request an appointment for a representative to meet them at the mail house, open the box, and place their key(s) inside.


The insurance deductible for water damage has been increased from $5,000 to $10,000 effective immediately!  Owners are encouraged to ensure that their homeowner's insurance policy (HO-6) will cover the $10,000 deductible.

Any repainting of either the front door or the garage door should be made using the color described as "Tideview Estates Garage Door" at the Sherwin-Williams store on Central Ave. in Dover (at the North end near Weeks Crossing.)


The Association, through it's insurance, is responsible for repairs to the interior of units due to water damage -- no matter what the source of that water.  However, payment of the Association's insurance deductible for Water/Ice damage (currently $10,000/unit) is the responsibility of the owner(s) of the unit(s) suffering the damage.  Owner's homeowner/condominium (HO-6) insurance policies will cover the deductible.  The rules are as follows:


1.  If the damage is less than or equal to $10,000 (the Association's insurance deductible), the owner is financially responsible for all repairs.  Normally, the owner pays their HO-6 deductible and their insurance covers the rest.  However, If they don't have insurance, then they pay for all repairs out-of-pocket.


2.  If the damage is greater than $10,000, then the owner (and their insurance) is responsible for the first $10,000 and the Association's insurance is responsible for the balance.


Remember, water damage repair coverage is essentially "no fault."  It doesn't matter where the water came from; the owner(s) of the unit(s) suffering the damage is responsible for paying the Association's insurance deductible for damage repairs.


Note:  The deductible for insurable events other than Water/Ice is $5,000 per incident(see below).


Note:  If the source of the water is classified as a "flood", then the deductible is $25,000.

Grills and Barbeques must not be operated within fifteen feet of units.  Damage to Association buildings or fences will be the financial responsibility of the unit owner.  In addition, if the City of Dover gets involved, the unit owner is subject to cost reimbursement fees and/or fines.

Dover Fire Department Letter -- May 2011

Reminder:  Your condo/homeowners HO-6 policy need only have $10K "assessment" coverage.  In the event of a loss, the association's insurance covers the building and all installed features (walls, doors, windows, cabinets, carpets, electrical and plumbing fixtures, boiler, stove, etc.)  Your insurance only needs to pay the $10K deductible.  On the other hand, you are responsible for coverage on all of your personal belongings and for loss of use.


The 'rule of thumb' is that the Association's insurance covers everything that was in your empty unit the day you moved in, before you brought in your personal belongings.  Coverage is only applicable in the event of a defined loss; routine maintenance and replacement due to wear and tear remains the owner's responsibility. 


The Association's flood insurance has a $25K deductible. 


Letter Regarding Insurance Coverage:Insurance Agent, Aug 23 2010.pdf

Tideview Estates pages on Evergreen Management Web Site: 




The Board of Directors "normally" meets the third Wednesday of every month, except for April (where it's combined with the annual owners' meeting), July, and December.


Board of Directors:
Property Management:

The Evergreen Harvard Group
72 Portsmouth Avenue, Suite #201
Stratham, NH 03885
Ph: 603-580-5192
Fax: 603-580-5590
Management Contacts

Toby Watterson
Association Manager

Linda Malbone
Association Administrator

Lauri Young
Accounts Receivable Coordinator