We held a successful community yard sale event recently, and while you may post your own yard sales and directional arrow signs, we ask that you please remove them once the sale is over. We have seen many signs still up after the event and even still after more than … READ MORE → “Yard Sale and Arrow Signs”
Last week we posted about the wall on Acoma being repair and now it has now been painted as well.
We’ve heard from several neighbors and other residents about having a great turn out during our most recent community yard sale last weekend.
The Board would like to thank all those who held yard sales and we hope during this difficult time, this community sale has helped out by adding … READ MORE → “Successful Community Yard Sale – Nov 2020”
Last week we had a wall repaired along Acoma between Reems and 157th. There has been a long standing crack in this wall which for one reason or another had been ignored by past Boards. But it has not been fixed and will be painted in the following week to … READ MORE → “Wall Repair”
While some things seem to be looking a little unsatisfactory around the community with fallen trees and plants dying, due mostly from the storms and because of remaining issues with the irrigation, but be rest ensured that the Board is on top of things. Please remember that we are mostly … READ MORE → “State of Community – August 2020”
Community residents may have received a July 2020 assessment statement from Thrive Community Management stating that both July and August fees were due, but please be aware that you only need to pay for the month of July at this time.
Also some residents may have had credits or outstanding … READ MORE → “Assessment Statements – July 2020”
Community members were sent an assessment statement with payment coupon for June 2020 by CMC, our former management company. But upon trying to pay, they were told there was no account available for our community to accept payment.
This is because we now have a new community management company, Thrive. … READ MORE → “Paying HOA Assessments”