What: The baby pool is being resurfaced, and the surrounding cement/tile is being repaired.
Why: This work is periodically required and is a couple of years past due.
When: December 2023
What: The HOA’s fence, which runs along Quebec, is past-due for replacement. The fence will be replaced with a similar cedar fence.
Why: The existing fence is at or beyond the expected lifecycle.
When: Work is expected to begin the weeks of December 4th or December 11th
11/27/2023 – Permits have been received and work is scheduled
10/26/2023 – The required permits are still pending
A few quick notes on the project:
- Weather permitting, the project should be completed within 2-3 weeks from the start date.
- For each home impacted by this project, the time from fence removal to replacement should be approximately 2 days.
- Work will take place Monday through Friday from approximately 8 AM – 5 PM.
- Temporary fencing will be installed during the removal and replacement of each section of fence.
- Owners should take additional care of pets during fence replacement that impacts individual homes.
- Personal items should be moved away from the fence as needed.
- Some landscaping and/or tree branches that are touching the fence or otherwise impede this project may be trimmed or removed from the fence, especially if landscaping is growing on the fence such as vines.
What: The railing to the clubhouse and gate to the baby pool were repaired
Why: For safety and functionality.
What: The alley and guest parking area near 8055 E Philips.
Why: Standard repair work at the end of the alley’s lifecycle.
When: Project is ongoing – expected completion date 10/15/2023
- Following the initial re-paving project, it was determined that the foundation was insufficient in some areas. This led to the project being re-done for additional assessment of the base to determine appropriate remediation efforts.
- 10/10/2023 – after reviewing many option to address the alley paving, work is expected to be completed on October 15th
What: The board approved replacing the prior lock and key with the same keycard access used for the pool and tennis courts. This system allows specific user access to be granted when the clubhouse has been rented.
Why: The prior system was very insecure, with many people in the neighborhood having the lockbox access code. Additionally, at various times, the key went missing, or the lockbox was inoperable which led to added costs to the community and prevented desired clubhouse access.
Cost: Approximately $5,700