Every unit owner should have received a mailing that addresses the Hillcrest 11 bylaws that pertain to long-term guests. Recently, our HOA Board encountered four unit owners who did not register their long-term guest or had guests (renters) live in their unit in a manner that was sneaky. In one instance, unauthorized tenants were discovered when a realtor came to show a 2-bedroom unit advertised as a rental. The new parking permit policy has been useful in identifying such misconduct. These incidents are alarming and triggered swift response from the Board to discourage further breaches.
The sealcoating of our parking courtyard began Tuesday, August 27, 2013, a day behind schedule due to rain. Today’s application of sealant to the parking courtyard was due to begin around 7:40 am, but has been delayed due to rainfall that started at 8:10 am.
Until all road closure tape and signs are removed, kindly continue to park your vehicle on the swale alongside the pool and Recreation Room #3, and we can also park head-in on the side of the park behind our building that doesn’t have a sidewalk. See images below for parking guidance (click on an image to enlarge it).
Remember to lock your car and securely close our pedestrian gate behind you.
Your patience during this final phase of our capital improvement projects is appreciated.
El Sealcoating de nuestro patio de estacionamiento comenzó Martes, 27 de agosto 2013, un día de retraso debido a la lluvia. Aplicación actual de sellador en el patio de estacionamiento debía comenzar en torno a 7:40 am, pero se ha retrasado debido a las lluvias que comenzaron a las 8:10 am.
Hasta que toda la cinta de cierre de la carretera y las señales se retiran, continúe deberán estacionar su vehículo en la cuneta junto a la piscina y recreo Cuarto # 3, y también podemos estacionar de frente en el lado del parque detrás de nuestro edificio que no tiene una acera. Ver imágenes abajo para la orientación de estacionamiento (haga clic en una imagen para verla más grande).
Recuerde guardar su coche y cerrar bien nuestra puerta peatonal detrás de usted.
Su paciencia durante esta fase final de los proyectos de mejora de capital se aprecia.
It’s true folks, there’s pain, before gain. Get ready for a few weeks of painful inconvenience in order gain the property enhancements many residents have patiently been awaiting. Below is your handy schedule to help you navigate work in progress zones. Please notice when and where you must relocate your car and when truck deliveries will not have access to the parking courtyard. Please, please, please adhere to the roped off areas for your own safety and to avoid delaying progress. (DATES LISTED ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE DUE TO WEATHER, ETC.)
Weather permitting, around Friday, July 26, 2013 Tree Logic will start trimming and excavating trees from the courtyard. Residents parked facing the grass courtyard, near the main entrance to building and at the fence, should relocate their car to a guest space prior to 9am. This is phase one of the landscaping capital improvement project and may take two days.
PARKING LOT ENHANCEMENT
The week of July 29, 2013, Gold Coast Sealcoat will begin cutting asphalt and installing curbs in the parking courtyard.
If your parking space is cordoned off and temporarily inaccessible, kindly park your car on the swale between the street and sidewalk near the pool at the back of our building (see pic below). Do not park on sidewalk. Do not park on median on Hillcrest Court, you will be towed. Display the permit notice you received on your dashboard. Avoid rolling over orange flags that identify sprinkler heads.
On July 25, 2013, repair and extension of the sprinkler system for the main courtyard and both sides of the building will begin.
The week of August 12, 2013, new trees, plants and hedges will arrive and installation begins. If your parking space is cordoned off and temporarily inaccessible, kindly use a guest parking space or park on the swale between the street and sidewalk near the pool at the back of our building (see pic below). Avoid rolling over orange flags that identify sprinkler heads.
PARKING LOT SEALING & STRIPING
The week of August 26, 2013, Gold Coast Sealcoat will begin application of sealing agents. Only half of the parking courtyard will be inaccessible at any time during application. Please schedule your truck deliveries accordingly. We are permitted to park on the swale between the street and the sidewalk near the pool (see pic below). Do not park on sidewalk. Do not park on median on Hillcrest Court, you will be towed. Display the permit notice you received on your dashboard. Avoid rolling over orange flags that identify sprinkler heads.