San Elijo Hills Community Association Updates

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HOA Board Meeting: Tuesday, October 14th (please note the change in date)

The next HOA Board of Director’s meeting will be held on Tuesday, October 14th at 6:00PM in the San Elijo Elementary School multipurpose room. All homeowners are welcome to attend. Agendas will be posted on the community website prior to the meeting.

Call for Candidates

In the coming months, homeowners will have the opportunity to elect three members to the Board of Directors. Newly elected board members will serve two-year terms. If you are interested in serving your community this capacity, please return the Candidate Nomination Form no later than Friday, October 24, 2014. Homeowners should receive the nomination form in the mail this weekend. You may also request an electronic copy by emailing Jean Salvia at The following neighborhoods will also have an opportunity to elect Neighborhood Representatives: Acacia, Bella Vista, Calistoga, Cambria, Carmel, Cedar Crossing, CrestView, Promontory Ridge, Saverne, Waterford and Westcliffe. Residents interested in these positions should also submit the nomination form no later than Friday, October 24, 2014.

Ridgeline Trailhead Closure

Due to recent wildfire related damage, the Ridgeline Trail will remain closed until further notice. The Ridgeline Trailhead parking lot and public restroom along San Elijo Road will also be closed. Please obey all posted signs as they are placed for residents’ safety. We hope that you continue to enjoy the rest of the 18 miles of trails that we have in our community! As always, trail maps are available in the Visitor’s Center or online at

Fire Safety Concerns

As the weather remains warm and the conditions dry, we would like to remind our residents to take extra care in protecting their home from fire danger. Please visit to learn about the San Diego County’s “Ready, Set, Go” approach. Additionally, the fire department has requested that owners trim any trees that are growing over the fence line into HOA trees or that are growing close to the eves of your home. Thank you for your attention to this matter!

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