Please be aware that The Arbor Group has been contracted to remove the Tipuana Trees surrounding Holcomb Park. The trees continue to cause damage to the parkway areas, lifting concrete sidewalks, and damaging the streets. A start date for the project will be provided at a later date, however signs will be posted on Thatcher and Christie, for those residents living near the park. Please honor all safety cones and barricades during the project. Stay tuned for additional updates.
Please be aware that Park West Landscape has been contracted to renovate the parkway turf along the streets of Ward and McGarvey. It’s our understanding that the work may have already started, so please honor all safety cones and barricades during the project.
Tree trimming continues throughout the Association. There were several sections that had to be skipped, due to vehicles not moving and ignoring the signs posted. However, The Arbor Group plans to return to these sections and moving forward, the Board has authorized Patrol One to begin to tow the vehicles that continue to ignore the signs. Please note if signs are posted along the street and your vehicle is not moved, the vehicle will be subject to tow and the vehicle owner’s expense.
We continue to receive reports that many lights at the new Cal Atlantic Homes are out. Please note that the lights attached to your property are a homeowner responsibility. Please have the photocells inspected regularly and replace the light bulbs when they are out. Well-lit streets have proven to deter crime and prevent accidents relating to safety.
The tree trimming maintenance service has been scheduled. The Arbor Group will start the tree trimming the week of October 12th, and expects to be completed by mid-December. Please look out for all safety cones and walkway barricades during the project. For any questions, please contact Community Manager Eddie Tovar at firstname.lastname@example.org
We would like to announce that the tennis court have been re-opened. The City of Fullerton and the Contractor for the tennis court lights are working to get the construction plans approved. The Board was hoping that the lights could get installed prior to re-opening to avoid future interruptions, however, the courts will be temporarily re-closed once construction can begin. Management will provide an update on the construction of the tennis court lights, when more information is received.
In the interim, if you plan to enjoy the tennis courts, please review the following Covid-19 procedures:
- Maintain social distancing before and during play.
- Players must wear a mask while off the court, but may remove once on the court.
- Stay on your side of the court and when crossing sides, maintain distancing.
- Avoid touching gates, fences and benches if possible.
- No group gatherings outside or inside the courts.
- Players must leave no more than 10 minutes after play.
- If you feel ill or are expecting flu-like symptoms, please reschedule your tennis court visit.
The Association was recently made aware by the Builder that they are scheduled to be onsite stating on Monday, August 31st, to complete road work at the Cal Atlantic Homes section (previously known as Standard Pacific). A calendar of the work is posted below. The Builder will repair the asphalt and apply the seal coat of all streets. The Builder anticipates temporarily closures of the streets to complete the work, so please look out for additional signage posted. Please note that this is not a project that is being managed by the Association, so we are not aware of all the details. However, should you have any questions regarding the work, please contact the Dave Strum from Lennar at (949) 403-1485.
Our office will be closed on Monday, September 7th, for Labor 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 Tuesday, September 8th.
Have a very safe and happy Labor Day holiday!
The Tennis Courts remain closed at this time. The Association hired a contractor to install the tennis court lights and the Board initially agreed to keep the courts closed until the completion of the project. The Contractor has ran into some road blocks, but is working with the City to resolve. The Board will discuss reopening the tennis courts during their next meeting due to recent delays, so please stay tuned for additional updates.
We would like to announce that Action Property Management will be back onsite on Fridays for your Management services, (office hours listed below for your reference). We encourage you to visit whenever possible so we may assist with any maintenance request, tennis court FOB pick-up, report/discuss non-compliance matter, inquire or pay HOA assessments.
If you plan to visit the Clubhouse for assistance:
- Face Mask are Required
- Six (6) Feet Social Distancing will be requested
- If you feel ill or are expecting flu-like symptoms, please reschedule your clubhouse visit.
The Clubhouse will remain closed for resident reservations, but we will announce when we will start to begin to take reservations again when appropriate.
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