Don’t miss our Community Fall Festival Saturday, October 12th, from 11am to 2pm at the Amerige Heights Clubhouse. There will be many fun family activities, including light snacks for everyone to enjoy. Pumpkins will be given to kids for decorating on a first come, first served basis. Come out early and get your free pumpkin while they last!
The asphalt repairs are underway. By now, you should have received a notice with a complete schedule of the slurry seal project that begins on your street and/or other streets in your neighborhood on Monday, October 7, 2019 through October 21, 2019. Please ensure you review the information in detail and plan ahead to avoid any delays or unfortunate incidents. Please honor all safety cones and barricades during the project. A copy of the scheduled maintenance service is attached below for your reference.
TRAFFIC IMPACTS & ACCESS:
To properly apply slurry seal, each street must be closed from 7:00 a.m. until 7:00 a.m. the following day, to allow for the application and drying process. No vehicles will be allowed on your street until the work is complete. Access to and from your driveway will also be prohibited. If you need to use your vehicle, we suggest you park it on another nearby street, not in the work area. Temporary “NO PARKING” signs, with the date and time of the parking restrictions, will be posted 48 hours in advance of the work. Please move your vehicle off the street by 7:00 a.m. or your vehicle will be towed at your expense. For any questions, please contact Community Manager Eddie Tovar at firstname.lastname@example.org
BrightView Tree Care began the tree trimming services at the Community. We have attached a map that highlights the maintenance schedule for the community for your reference (see below). Please note that the map is a ‘proposed’ schedule that may be subject to change. Please continue to look out for all safety cones, walkway barricades and updated signage during the project. Thank you in advanced for all your cooperation.
The Clubhouse office will be closed on Friday, August 23rd, due to the Clubhouse being used for a private event. If you need any assistance, please call us at (800) 400-2284 or email the Community Manager, Eddie Tovar, at email@example.com. The normal Clubhouse office hours will resume on Wednesdays from 1pm to 5pm.
The Clubhouse office will be closed on Friday, August 16th, due to the Clubhouse being used for a private event. If you need any assistance, please call us at (800) 400-2284 or email the Community Manager, Eddie Tovar, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The normal Clubhouse office hours will resume on Wednesdays from 1pm to 5pm.
The Clubhouse office will be closed on Friday, August 2nd, due to the Clubhouse being used for a private event. If you need any assistance, please call us at (800) 400-2284 or email the Community Manager, Eddie Tovar, at email@example.com. The normal Clubhouse office hours will resume on Wednesdays from 1pm to 5pm.
Please note that the Clubhouse office hours will be closed for three (3) weeks in July. The office hours at the Clubhouse will be closed starting Wednesday, July 3rd, and will resume Wednesday, July 24th. Please contact our office at (800) 400-2284 for any assistance.
Our office will be closed on Thursday, July 4th, for Independence Day. If you need to report an emergency maintenance issue in the Association’s common area, please call us at (800) 400-2284 to be routed to an emergency on-call representative that can assist you. Our normal office hours will resume on Friday, July 5th. Please have a very safe and happy Independence Day holiday!
Park West Landscape is scheduled to begin the renovations to the decomposed granite (DG) around the walkways at Gardiner Park and McDermont Park starting Monday, June 24th. The project is expected to be completed by September. Some sections of the parks may be closed or unavailable for use during renovation, so please look out for any safety cones and walkway barricades during the project.
As we all know, living in Southern California means we are exposed to sun and the occasional burst of temperamental weather. Pair this with the aging of homes, and we have the result of faded and peeling paint. Just like everything else that is continuously exposed to the elements, a home’s exterior can accumulate dirt and debris that may eventually discolor or damage the paint on your home.
After time and exposure to sun and weather, paint begins to chalk, giving your home a dull or hazy appearance. This is a result of oxidation, a breakdown of the chemicals in the paint. Many homes are at a point in the community that the time has arrived to look at painting your home. Take a moment to inspect the exterior to look for cracked, peeling and faded paint. You may notice chalking of the paint, cracked wood or splintering. Painting not only maintains the curb appeal of your home, it is also a great way to protect and preserve wood and metal surfaces.
The Design Review Guidelines allow you to repaint with the existing colors without having to submit an application for approval. Courtesy notices will soon be sent to those homes that are in need of painting. We all know the importance of maintaining the community, not only to keep Amerige Heights a wonderful place to live, but also to enhance the value of the community as a whole.