Please be aware that this is the ONLY official web site for Suissevale. There appears to be a considerable amount of inaccurate and misleading information being dispersed within our community. Should you have any questions concerning what you see or hear we encourage you to contact our business office. We will respond with accurate information.

Suissevale New Year's Eve Party!!!

Ring in the New Year with friends and neighbors at the Suissevale Clubhouse!

DJ - Danicing - Champagne at Midnight

Click here for more info.

Next Board of Directors Meeting - November 17, 2018

The next Board of Directors meeting will be held on November 17, 2018 8AM at the Clubhouse

Click here for agenda

Items to be discusssed at the next meeting are:

Pool Building Options

Permanent Bathrooms at the Beach

Re-paving of Suissevale Avenue.


All members are welcome and encouraged to attend

Water Leak detected in Suissevale - November 3, 2018

November 3, 2018




We have a water leak detected by our telemetry system.  Water interruptions over the next few days may be possible to help us locate the leak.

The Water Committee is asking for your assistance in locating the leak.  If you are walking or driving through out the Suissevale development; please take a look at your neighbors homes. 

Anything your eyes can do will help.  If you see anything that is questionable, please call ASAP at 603-476-5177.

Thank you for your co-operation,

The Suissevale Water Committee

Policy & Procedure Video & Audio Recording of BOD Meetings

Please click here to see a copy of the proposed Policy & Procedure Video and Audio Recording of Board of Directors Monthly Meetings.

This will be voted on at the next board meeting November 17, 2018.

Suissevale Kayaks and Beach Chairs

Just a reminder that all kayaks and beach chairs need to be removed from the beach by the end of Columbus Day Weekend October 8th.

Thank you and have a great winter!

Fall Water Shut Off Info

**Suissevale Members - PLEASE** Don't let this happen to you!
Water and frozen pipe issues in the winter – IMPORTANT!  Please read on!

In the past few years we have had home water systems freeze up.  If the heat goes out in your home and the water freezes, pipes will burst and your home will suffer severe damage.  You will also be liable for the search time to find the leak and water cost.

The property owners are also responsible for the service pipe from the street shut off valve to the house.  If you own an older home, you may want to have this pipe replaced as there have been a number of service pipe failures.

Steps to take:

  • Each time you leave your home in the winter for extended periods of time, turn off the main water shutoff inside your home.
  • Open up sink faucets and let remaining water in your pipes flow out.
  • Check your heat setting and level of remaining heating fuel.


  • Call the Suissevale Business Office at 603 476-5177 and leave a message with a date when you will stop occupancy for the winter and Suissevale will arrange to have your water shut off at the street
  • There is currently no charge for scheduled turn offs water.

What will happen with frozen pipes?   When a leak in your unattended home takes place, the loss of water due to the leak will be substantial.  

  • You will be billed for water lost
    • Water lost during a leak is on average 40 gallons per minute +/- (in a 24-hour period that is over 50,000 gallons of water).
    • One-year Suissevale lost over 600,000 gallons of water due to water leaks/frozen homes.  Members were billed for their gallons lost.
  • You will be billed for the cost of personnel searching for the leak
    • In one case last year it took over a week to find the leak.  This leak resulted in our member being responsible to the association for over $3,000 in charges.
  • You will / can have extensive damage in your home
    • Carpets, flooring, dry wall, furniture, and personal belongings can be ruined and need to be replaced (major interior damage).
    • Members have had water coming out of their basement and 1st floor windows.

Spring time – time to turn on your water – what do I do?

  • The owner or someone designated by the owner must be present and able to be in the home before it will be turned on by the Water Operator.
  • Please allow the water company a 10-day notice when looking to have water turned back on.  There is currently no charge for scheduled turn on of water.

Please call the Suissevale Office at 603 476-5177 or email us at [email protected] should you have any questions regarding this notice.

Thank You,

Suissevale Board of Directors 

Picking up Your Mail Today???

Remember to bring a non-perishable item for the food drive! There is a container in the post office for collection.

Thank you!

Suissevale Winter Support Group

September 11, 2018

Suissevale Winter Resident Members,

We are interested in starting a Winter Support Group. This would consist mainly of full time residences in Suissevale and or family’s that use their property throughout the Winter but live elsewhere. We realize that many people go south for several months in the Winter. Those members could join if they wish. The Board of Directors is supporting this effort to organize this Support Group.


The main purpose is to enable members to know who is living in Suissevale during the off seasons. Most people know only their immediate neighbor’s, and a few other members who they have casually meet. This Support Group would enable members to know who is likely to be in the Suissevale development and if they need help they could get in tough with someone to help them.


This is a volunteer support group and if one wishes to join they could “opt-in” to have their contact into made available to other members of the Group.  We also want those who join to list the type of help that could help with during and emergence event.  


In the Spring of 2017, we had a very strong wind storm. Cable, Internet, Phone, and NHEC service was out for 4 days at many homes. Trees were falling down and some roads were impassable for days. Because of the widespread damage, emergency response from the town and utilities was also severely delayed.


The Suissevale Business Manager, Elaine Keating did an excellent job, but was being asked by members to check their homes and let them know of any damages. She did contact many members who had trees fall on their home and damage to the property that was substantial.  This consumed an inordinate amount of her time and she was needed for other emergency functions during this event.  Some of the requests she received were totally outside of her job description and in order to do this in the future we would need help from this proposed Support Group.


Some winter residents (full-time and part-time) were better prepared than others and helped out neighbors (who they knew or saw) as best they could. There may have been others here in Suissevale who needed help, but because it was off-season and the population is reduced compared to the summer time, they did not know who was currently in Suissevale that they could call. Those who were able to help did but not in an organized way. 


We would like to create a volunteer group for off-season residents, so we can be better prepared in the event of an emergency. The level of individual involvement can range from:

  • Organizing and developing emergency plans
  • Volunteering to assist as able during emergencies
  • Registering as a full-time or part-time off-season resident to be checked on should an emergency occur

Initially, we need to know if there is any interest in doing this.  We would encourage those who are interested to contact us and provide some feedback. We want to form this Group early this winter to be able to be in-place for the winter,


If anyone is interested in helping us form this Support Group please let us know as soon as possible.


  • If you are interested in finding out more information call or email us below. We have created an email address just for this Group:
  • Email: [email protected]

You can also contact Nick DeMeo on his e-mail  [email protected],net

If you need to contact the office the phone is listed here.  Until we are organized we should try not to overburden the Business Office.

We anticipate an organization meeting in early November, but we will be open to discussions during the fall.


Nick DeMeo

Tom Funke

Suissevale Full time residents

2018 Golf Tournament Results

Suissevale 2018 Golf Tournament Results

A record 18 groups participated in this years golf tournament hosted by Waukewan Golf Club on August 11, 2018.  The Tournament was a huge success and fun had by all   

The Winning Teams were:

1.  First Place Team with a winning score of 56 (a new record)  

     The Masone Jr. team of Tyler Masone, Ryan Butler, Eric Butler and Matt Howard 

2. Second Place Team with a tying score of 56 (lost in tiebracker

    Steve Masone, Kevin Butler, Kevin Doyle and Dan Baker 

3. First Place Team with female participant with a score of 67

    The Kennedy Team of Mark, Sheila, Ryan and Colin 

4. Seventh Pace Team 

     Suissevale Veterans of Tony and Chris Borsini, Tom Clough and Jim McManus 

5. Winners of Case of Beer 

    Ken Alley Team with Dave McMakin, Matt McMakin and Jim Casey

     AND  Mike & Robert Mahan, Brian Roy and Mike Meltzer

6.  Closet to the Pin Male Player:  Jimmy Long 

     Closet to the Pin Female Player:  Debby Cook 

     Longest Drive in Fairway Male Player:  Colon Kennedy 

     Longest Drive in Fairway Female Player:  Dale Prescott 


Prizes donated by:   Waukewan Golf Club, Buckeyes Tavern, Crazy Gringot Restaurant, The Bob House, Barts Seafood and El Mariachi Mexican Restaurant.



























Suissevale's Annual Food Drive

Suisevale's annual food drive to benefit the Moultonborough Food Panty has begun!

Donations can be brought to the Clubhouse or dropped in the bin in the Post Office.

Help Us End Hunger


2018 Suissevale Scholarship Awarded

The 2018 Suissevale Scholarship was presented to Taylor Colby by the Scholarship Chairperson, Patricia Monahan at the Board of Directors Informational Meeting on Saturday, July 21st. 

Taylor Colby will be attending St. Joseph's College this fall.   The Board of Director's congratulate Taylor and wish her the best with her future studies.

2018-2019 Board of Directors Elections Results

2018 - 2019 Board of Director election results

All of the current Board of Directors members were re-elected. 

179 total ballots were cast. 

The Results are as follows:  


Total votes count   


Bob Ashton**



John Barba**



Tony Borsini**

Chair, Marina


John Brennan**

Vice President, Operations


Rich Deforge**

Vice President, Infrastructure


Nick DeMeo**

Vice President, Administration


Mike Donahue**

Several Working Committees


Carolyn Gardner**

Social, Several Working Committees


Hank Hardaway**

Chair, Water & Roads Committee


Michael McManus**

Several Working Committees


Tom Mullins**

Chair, Beach


Ginny Mooney-Davis**



Ron Prescott**

Several Working Committees


Steve Testa**

Several Working Committees






Member Registration

We are excited to inform the Suissevale members of the new web site.  

Please follow THIS LINK to fill in the Registration form. Provide your requested details to request access to the member only areas of our website. Your login details will be emailed to the email address you provide once your account is approved by the administrator.  

  1.      Fill out the registration form - once the form is complete    
  2.      Click - I’m not a robot   
  3.      Click - Create new account

After being approved, you will receive an email to setup your password.  After setting up the password, you can log into the site. If you want, you can then click on "My Account" to change various profile details. Initially your profile contains the information you provided when registering.

You can change your "username" to be something other than your email (possibly something shorter) if desired.