Playground Equipment Closure!

The health and safety of our residents is our highest priority.  The COVID-19 situation continues to develop rapidly, the Board of Directors would like to take a moment to communicate for precautionary measures we are closing down the playground equipment until further notice.

As part of our ongoing efforts to operate safely, we will be following the guidelines recommended by local health agencies and the US Center for Disease Control (CDC).

  • If someone is infected, anything they touch will be contaminated.  Others who are not infected will then touch those same surfaces and become infected.

We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation as it develops, and modify operations as needed.  We thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as we navigate this pandemic together.

Garage sale scheduled for April 29, 2020 has been canceled

POOL CLOSURE

The health and safety of our residents is our highest priority.  The COVID-19 situation continues to develop rapidly, the Board of Directors  would like to take a moment to communicate for precautionary measures we are closing down the pool area until further notice.

As part of our ongoing efforts to operate safely, we will be  following the guidelines recommended by local health agencies and the US Center for Disease Control (CDC).

  • According to the CDC ‘There is no evidence the COVID -19   can spread to humans through the use of pools and hot tubs.   Proper operation, maintenance, and disinfection (e.g., with chlorine and bromine) of pools and hot tubs should remove or inactive the virus that causes COVID – 19.”
  • Infecting Other Areas in the Pool Area – If someone is infected, how any surfaces will they touch on a normal visit to and from the pool? Anything they touch will be contaminated.  Others who are not infected will  then touch those same surfaces and become infected.  You reach for a door handle and using the key fb.  You are touching a communal shower tap.  If you use the restroom, that’s a whole other series of doors and surfaces to navigate.  You may also touch the pool furnishings or he grab bars to get out of the pool.

We will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation as it develops, and modify pool operations as needed.  We thank you in advance for your patience and cooperation as we navigate this pandemic together.

IMPORTANT NOTICE

Due to the coronavirus also covid-19 the Easter Event that was scheduled on April 4th, 2020 will unfortunately be canceled.

The Meeting that was scheduled for Tuesday March 17, 2020 has been canceled due to lack of quorum.

Coyote Awareness

Reminder to all this is the time of year when coyotes start giving birth to pups, so they will be much more active during the day.  Make sure to keep pets indoors (if possible), use a fixed leash when walking your dog, secure trash, remove any pet food from outside and pickup all fallen fruit on your property. Coyotes are opportunistic omnivores, meaning a coyote’s diet depends on what is prevalent and easy to find, scavenge, or catch and kill. Coyote diets are diverse and vary throughout the year. Their diet shifts with seasonal availability of foods.  If a den is discovered contact Department of Fish and Wildlife (562) 342-7100.  If approached by a coyote  NEVER run, as they this may trigger a predator/prey response.

Scheduled Work for March 11, 2020

Work is scheduled for Wednesday, March 11th, to redo the white lines on Greentree Drive where the lines are faded, to fix the alignment of the yellow line where Greentree Drive and Grove Drive meet, to redo the STOP on asphalt at School House Road and Victoria Grove Parkway and to redo the crosswalk at Orangewood Lane and Cedarwood Drive.

If it rains, the work will need to be rescheduled.

If you have any questions regarding this work, please contact Beverly Richardson at 951-279-3934, ext 227 or at brichardson@encorepmc.com.

CANDIDATE FORMS FOR THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

Candidate Forms for Victoria Grove Maintenance Association(“VGMA”) and Victoria Grove Community Service (“VGCS”) have been mailed out to the membership.  If you have interest in being a candidate for either of these entities please complete the candidate form send via U.S. mail  or email to sbeaver@encorepmc.com  prior to the cut off date of March 29. 2020.

If you would like to receive the monthly Board of Directors meeting agendas via email, please click here for further information.

The 2020 Census begins in March of 2020. Please click here for detailed information regarding this upcoming process.

Upcoming Large Projects for the Community – Painting Wrought Iron Fencing

It has been approximately five (5) years since the fencing has been painted.  Wrought iron fencing that backs up on the rear property lines to areas considered homeowner association common area that the association maintains such as landscaping will be painted.  All fence repairs are the responsibility of the Lot Owner to repair prior to VGMA painting.  You are strongly urged to look at your rear yard wrought iron fence for repairs that need to be done and make those repairs prior the VGMA beginning the painting.  Painting most likely will begin late Spring/early Summer. Please click here to review the map.

Friendly Reminder: Please do not park in front of mailboxes.  The postal service requires clear access to pull in and out of the mailbox area.  This is a postal service regulation.

Starting in 2019, you may notice census takers in your neighborhood. This is a normal part of the preparation process for the 2020 Census. Census Bureau employees will also be in the community to continue collecting information for the American Community Survey and other ongoing surveys. Please click here for additional information related to the 2020 Census.