Manager’s Messages

Golf Carts

It has been brought to managements attention that golf carts are driving on the sidewalks in the lake area. Several people walk this area and have the right away. There should be no motorized vehicles on the sidewalks or in park areas at all. This is prohibited. There should also be no off road vehicle riding within any private lot, common areas, open space or public or private streets within the community.


Community Updates and Reminders

As you are already aware gate codes have been mailed out to all owners in Oak Valley II. If you did not receive one or are not in the call box you will need to be added into the call box in order to receive a individual gate code. As a courtesy, we have extended the shared codes which will expire on 7/23/21. Please make sure you have either received your individual gate code or you have a gate remote to enter into the community. We will not extend the old codes after that date. If you have a renter at your home, you will need to provide them with this information. If you did not fill a form out that was sent back in August 2020 to be added into the call box, you will need fill this out prior to receiving a gate code.

As many of you may have noticed, there have been signs posted at the Linksman entrance from the City. Beginning July 19, 2021 the Linksman entrance will be closed for approximately 2 weeks by the City. The City needs to access a main water line that is located under the street on Linksman. This entrance will not be open and owners will need to use the Birdie entrance or can use the Apron gate. Because of this inconvenience that will be out of our control, we will be leaving the Apron gate open for cars to enter and exit so Biride does not get backed up.

A few reminders that may have been forgotten regarding pets and motorized vehicles. Pets must remain on a leash at all times when in the common area. Owners must also pick up after their pets. There are several doggie stations located throughout both park areas. It has been witnessed that owners allowing their dogs to relieve themselves in the park areas without picking up after their mess. There is not a vendor who cleans the mess it is again the pet owners responsibility. Please keep the community clean by doing your part and picking up after your pets mess.

It has also been brought to managements attention that golf carts are driving on the sidewalks in the lake area. Several people walk this area and have the right away. There should be no motorized vehicles on the sidewalks or in park areas at all. This is prohibited. There should also be no off road vehicle riding within any private lot, common areas, open space or public or private streets within the community.


Gate Codes

Please watch for your new individual gate code to arrive in the mail. This code is assigned specifically to your home only. A letter was previously mailed informing all owners of this change and what to expect. Please contact management if there are any questions.


Pick Up After Your Pet

As a reminder, all owners must pick up after their pet. There are several doggie stations located throughout the park areas with trash bins. There are several instances this is not happening and owners are allowing their pets to go into other owners yards without cleaning it up. It is in the Rules and Regulations and CC&R’s that you must clean up after your pet. It is clearly the responsibility of the pet owner and abiding by the pet rules in the community will not only promote a better relationship amongst neighbors, but protect the health and safety of the animal and reduce fecal matter run off into our storm drains and our lake. Fecal coliform bacteria occurs in the lake as a result of the overflow of domestic sewage or runoff sources of animal waste. Please be a good neighbor! You can make a difference.


Community Wide Garage Sale


Community Mulch Event

This is a free event to all residents living in Oak Valley II.


Community Mulch Event

Brightview will be hosting a Community Wide Mulch Event. Owners will be able to pick up mulch for free to fill in the side yards that need this replenished. More information will come on this even. It will be help in April.


Speed Limit and Stop Signs and Parking Reminders

As a courtesy reminder please do not forget that the speed limit within the community is 25 mph. Please be sure to remind your guest & service providers of the speed limit throughout the community when they are visiting the property. Also, please be sure to come to a complete stop at all stop signs. There are many people who walk their pets and several kids that play in the community. All drivers need to be courteous to the pedestrians that are walking in the community.

A recreational vehicle owned by a resident may be parked in the driveway or on the street in front of the home while it is being loaded or unloaded for a period not to exceed forty-eight (48) hours in any seven day period.  A Low Profile Recreational Vehicle may be parked in the side yard of a lot if it is parked entirely with the side yard and is screened from view from the street.  Recreational Vehicles belonging to those visiting residents may park in front of the home for a period not to exceed seven (7) days if the homeowner has informed the property manager of the arrival and departure date.  Additional time will require prior approval by the Board of Directors. Please send Action Property Management  your written request for Board review and decision.

No Commercial Vehicle may be parked on any lot or street (unless it is within a garage), except a Commercial Vehicle that is not owned by a resident may be parked temporarily in the driveway or on the street in front of a residence while the operator of the Commercial Vehicle is delivering goods or providing services to the resident.


Pick Up After Your Pet

As a reminder, all owners must pick up after their pet. There are several doggie stations located throughout the park areas with trash bins. There are several instances this is not happening and owners are allowing their pets to go into other owners yards without cleaning it up. It is in the Rules and Regulations and CC&R’s that you must clean up after your pet. It is clearly the responsibility of the pet owner and abiding by the pet rules in the community will not only promote a better relationship amongst neighbors, but protect the health and safety of the animal and reduce fecal matter run off into our storm drains and our lake. Fecal coliform bacteria occurs in the lake as a result of the overflow of domestic sewage or runoff sources of animal waste. Please be a good neighbor! You can make a difference.


Owner Maintenance Items

It has been noticed that there are several homes that need to remove the tree stakes from the tree in their yards and parkway. If the tree is bigger than the stake they need to be removed. Please take time to inspect the trees in your yard and parkway and remove the stakes if the tree is established.

There are also several garage doors and shutters that are faded. Please take some time to look at your garage door and shutters if you have them. If they are faded, please contact Pardee Homes to obtain your color scheme and paint them.

Please take the time to inspect the items above. Management will begin an audit starting February 1, 2021. If you are in violation of the above a non-compliance letter will be sent.


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Location

13160 Balata Street
Beaumont, CA 92223

Management Team

Community Manager
Vanessa Stoltenberg | vstoltenberg@actionlife.com

Manager Assistant
TaNasha Blakley | tblakley@actionlife.com

Management Company

Action Property Management
www.actionlife.com
Regional Office
1250 Corona Pointe Ct, Suite 404
Corona, CA 92879
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (951) 272-0720

Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303