It’s that time of year again folks! Monsoon season runs through September 30th. As a community at large we are hoping for no damage to have to repair through the season. How can you help as homeowner’s you ask?
Keep trash and other debris cleaned up
Remove any unnecessary items from outside that might be blown away
Have your landscaping trimmed up and old/dead branches removed
Make sure your pool pumps/filters are clean to handle the dust
Make sure to seal any cracks in your stucco to prevent leaks (especially around windows)
By preparing your home for Monsoon Season you will make the community a much better place. Also, here are some other general tips for Monsoon Season in case you get caught in a “Haboob” or dust storm.
Arizona Department of Transportation and the Arizona Department of Public Safety recommend the following driving tips when encountering a low-visibility dust storm:
Avoid driving into or through a dust storm.
Do not wait until poor visibility makes it difficult to safely pull off the roadway — do it as soon as possible. Completely exit the highway if you can.
If you encounter a dust storm, check traffic immediately around your vehicle (front, back and to the side) and begin slowing down.
Do not stop in a travel lane or in the emergency lane; look for a safe place to pull completely off the paved portion of the roadway.
Stop the vehicle in a position ensuring it is a safe distance from the main roadway and away from where other vehicles may travel.
Turn off all vehicle lights, including your emergency flashers.
Set your emergency brake and take your foot off the brake.
Stay in the vehicle with your seat belts buckled and wait for the storm to pass.
Drivers of high-profile vehicles should be especially aware of changing weather conditions and travel at reduced speeds.
A driver’s alertness and safe driving ability is still the No. 1 factor in preventing crashes.
Other Community News
You will soon notice that the palm trees in the community are getting their usual haircut so please be aware of the tree trimming crew while they get the community looking sharp!
Parking always seems to be a “hot topic” from Homeowners. Here is how parking reads in our CC&R’s for the community in Section 17.8 (Page 70), “Family vehicles may be parked in garages, driveways, or recreational vehicle parking areas located on a Lot, but not in public or private streets located throughout the Property other than on a nonrecurring and temporary basis for twenty-four (24) hours or less. Routine maintenance and repairs of family vehicles.”
The 4th of July was a success with no reported incidents other than a brief post fireworks show over the lake that someone put on.
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