ABOUT SNOWBROOK VILLAGE

Clickable items below provide more information:

  • DATA - Find unit numbers, building numbers, unit sizes, addresses and year built.
  • ASSOCIATION DUES - Association billing is processed the 15th of each month for the upcoming month. Payment is due on the first of the upcoming month. Finance charges are applied if payment is not received by the 15th of the coming month. Association billing is typically sent electronically via email. Please add info@mountainvalleyproperty.com to your safe sender list.
  • DOG LAWS - Carrabassett Valley has a leash law and an ordinance in regards to pet waste. Pet waste dispensers are located at each firewood shed.
  • POOL HOUSE PHONE NUMBER: 207-237-2714

  • FIREWOOD - Each building has a firewood shed. The combination to the locks on the firewood sheds is emailed to owners with fireplaces and woodstoves at the beginning of each season. Owners can also call MVP at 207-235-2560 for the combination. To unlock the lock, dial in the combination and then push down on the hasp and the lock should pop open.
Reminders:
1. Do not take Snowbrook firewood home to your other residence(s). The wood belongs within Snowbrook and is for use at Snowbrook Village only.
2. If you suspect a theft is in progress get the license plate number, make of vehicle and general description of the person(s). Call Sugarloaf Security immediately (237-3200) and notify MVP by phone or e-mail.


  • RECYCLING - Homeowners, their guests and tenants can take their recyclables to the recycling bin, located at the confluence of Trout Brook and Beaver Brook. Larger items, such as furniture, TVs, Christmas Trees, and construction debris, must be taken by the Owner to the Carrabasssett Valley Transfer Station. Located less than 1-mile north of the Access Road, the transfer station is open daily from 8 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. (excluding Tuesdays and Wednesdays). REDUCE, REUSE, RECYCLE!



Dogs Rule

Dogs Rule!

CV's Transfer Station Now Accepts
#1-7 Plastics

CV's Transfer Station Now Accepts #1-7 Plastics

A Visitor to Snowbrook (Photo by Steve Banahan)