This is a free event to all residents living in Oak Valley II.
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.
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.
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.
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.
There are a few reminders I would like to share with everyone. It seems there has been several issues with pets and pests. Please remember to be courteous to your neighbors home and the common area of the community. Please make sure you are not letting your animal roam into neighboring yards. Below are reminders that need to be taken serious as these are in the CC&R’s and Rules and Regulations:
Barking Dogs – In a continuing effort to improve the quality of people’s lives, the Board and management would like to request the help of all dog owners. Even the best dogs can bark now and again and the Association frequently receives complaints about barking dogs. Please take steps to reduce and/or eliminate that barking. There are a number of products on the market today, which can assist you in resolving barking dog issues. Please review options with your pet care professional or local pet store. For those of you who wish to report barking dogs, those complaints can be made directly to Animal Control.
Pet Owner Responsibilities – With all of the demands on your time, it is sometimes hard to focus on courtesies regarding pet ownership. Unfortunately, it also creates more stress for your neighbors when they have to deal with dog nuisances such as barking, loose dogs, cats roaming the neighborhood, and feces being left on their property. These are 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.
Leash you Pet – All animals must be on a leash whenever walking the community common areas, lake area and even your front yard. This not only protects you, it protects your pet and other people including children that may be using the common areas as well. Animals all react differently when in new areas or around new people, sometimes this is not always a positive reaction and could create a situation that could have been avoided if the pet was kept on a leash. Keep your neighbors safe by leashing up your pet.
Pest Control at your Home – Increased sighting of rats, skunks, opossum and raccoons have been seen throughout the county. Although the animals themselves are not posing problems, it is important to remember that such wild animals have the potential to transmit serious diseases to humans and pets. These small animals “come to town” to access food found in pet dishes, bird feeders, ripe fruit and garbage. Because of the easy access, the animals return many times to eat. The bottom line is that easy food access yields increased population.To reduce the threat of such diseases as rabies and certain parasites, it is important to reduce or eliminate foods left outdoors and conditions that provide shelter for wild animals (i.e. overgrown vegetation, refuse, firewood piles and debris). Take time to look at your front yard, rear yard and even side yard. Do you have overgrown trees, bushes etc. it may be time to do some fall yard work and trim away an excess growth to keep these critters away.
As a reminder all pets should be on a leash when not in the home or a gated rear yard of a residence. Pets should also be on a leash when in the lake area this area is not a dog park. This is in direct violation of the CC&R’s if your pet is not on a leash. If any member is caught with their animal not on a leash a violation letter will be sent.
The Annual meeting has been adjourned to October 7, 2020 at 1:30pm at Action Property Management, 1250 Corona Pointe Court, Ste 404, Corona, CA 92879.
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