San Elijo Hills Community Updates 6/1/12
Movie in San Elijo Hills Park
The San Elijo Hills Community Association is hosting a free showing of Disney’s Cars 2 as part of the summer movie series!
The movie will be shown on Friday, June 15th at the lower softball field of San Elijo Park. Pre-show activities (including bounce houses, a sticky wall and more!) will begin at 6:00PM and the movie will start at sunset (around 8:00PM). Remember to bring your low-back beach chairs and blankets for lawn seating! Refreshments will be available for purchase.For more information, feel free to contact Christine Hurdle at email@example.com.
San Elijo Hills Neighborhood Nosh Party
Take the family up to Wild Canyon Drive and enjoy a tour of the new models at Bella Vista by Ryland Homes. All the model neighborhoods will be participating in the Neighborhood Nosh Party with kids activities including face painting, balloon artist, silhouette artists, potting and planting activities and ceramics painting. Plus there will be desserts, cooking demonstrations, and summer themed libations throughout!
This Saturday, June 2nd from 1:00AM-3:00PM.
E-Waste Recycling Event
E-World Online in cooperation with EDCO will be hosting an electronics recycling event for the San Elijo Hills Community on Saturday, June 9th from 9:00AM-2:00PM in the Albertsons parking lot. Please check out their website www.Eworldrecyclers.com/
San Elijo Hills Gear For Sale
Looking to update your wardrobe? Have you always wondered where your neighbors got their COOL San Elijo Hills license plate frames? Well look no further! The San Elijo Hills Foundation has them for sale!
Boys T-Shirt: $10
Women’s & Girls T-Shirts: $15
Men’s Golf Shirt: $30
License Plate Frame: $14 (or 2/$20)
Merchandise is available for sale in the Visitor Center (1231 Elfin Forest Rd. West Suite 111) 7 days/week, 10:00AM-5:00PM. Cash and check are accepted.
San Elijo Hills Fence Maintenance Update
The San Elijo Hills Community Association is in the process of painting the Common Area tubular steel or wrought iron fences in the San Elijo community, which is the Association’s responsibility under Section 9.1.5 of the CC&R’s.
Depending upon environmental conditions, this type of fencing requires maintenance approximately every five years in order to reduce the need of replacement. The Board of Directors recognizes that maintenance of the fences can be intrusive to owners and expensive for the Association. The goal is to reduce both the frequency of painting and the long-term expense to the Association while ensuring it meets its maintenance obligations.
In preparation for this project, the Board of Directors selected a two-part epoxy product and negotiated a seven-year warranty. The Board of Directors is hopeful that these efforts will help extend the life of the fence so that it will only need to be maintained every nine to ten years. If the Board is successful in its efforts, maintenance costs should be greatly reduced, and the homeowners will only be inconvenienced every ten years versus every five years.
If all goes as planned, the perimeter fences should be completed by early summer. Once the fences are done, the Association will focus on walls, vehicle gates, monuments and other community features that require painting this year.
The Board of Directors would like to thank the homeowners impacted by this project for their patience and cooperation. If you have a fence that is not maintained by the Association and you would like to paint it to match the freshly painted perimeter fencing, we can provide you with specifications for an acrylic paint application. Please contact Liz McCardle atlmccardle@waltersmanagement.