Welcome to Eagle Ridge Homeowners Association
IMPORTANT COMMUNITY UPDATES
UPDATE to Eagle Ridge Pool Closure
Neighbors, we hear you. We understand that some of you want to open the pool, but the Coronavirus infection is increasing in numbers in Ventura County right now. In fact, the County just sent out an emergency alert regarding the seriousness of the situation. Even if the situation improves, the HOA could not meet the Health Department guidelines without breaking the budget. To meet the guidelines to open the pool, we would need to hire one or possibly two people to monitor the pool area, and even then it would be inadvisable as we would have to rely on self-reporting of the health of people wanting to enter the pool. As you can read below, we are already well over our budget due to the landscaping issues created by the Woolsey Fire and the additional Fire Department requirements. In July, you will be receiving a letter that outlines our fiscal situation more fully.
There are many challenges in this pandemic period. We are all hoping it will be over soon. The Board and Management appreciate the community’s support as we work to keep both our community and our finances healthy. (6.27.20)
Wrought Iron Fencing Repairs and Painting:
This is moving faster than anticipated and you will receive notification directly from the contractor as to when they will be in your area. The following is a general guideline.
June 23-July 8 3101-3193 White Cedar
July 9-16 3020-3088 Ferncrest
July 17-28 3017-3097 Blazing Star
July 18-August 10 3016-3090 Hollycrest
August 11-September 1 2750-2998 Florentine
September 2-25 2772-2989 Blazing Star
September 26-October 18 3101-3162 Foxtail
October 19-November 4 2800-2944 Arbella
November 5-12 2868-2946 Venezia
November 13-25 2911-3059 Eagles Claw
1. Please ensure your side gate is unlocked so workers can access the wrought iron.
2. Please secure your pet either in your garage or in your home.
3. The contractor may need to use your outside electrical outlet; financial impact will be minimum
and is a tradition for this project.
4. All plants, etc., must be removed off the wrought iron fencing. Please trim any plants several
inches from the wrought iron so that the contractor has access.
5. All snake fencing, trellises, etc., that are attached to the wrought iron, must be removed.
6. These dates are tentative and depend on homeowner cooperation; for more specific dates,
please contact Tony Barbarotto as you get closer to your schedule dates.
Asphalt Repairs and Slurrying of Community Roads:
July 6-16, 2020
A map showing the dates and timing of the slurrying project has been delivered by Western Asphalt to each home in our community. Please cooperate with all the rules for parking/driving in the community during this window of time. Any damage to the slurrying as a result of violating these rules will be the financial responsibility of the homeowner. The map and instructions can be found using this link: Slurry Map & Instructions
Please follow map as you read below:
Monday, July 06: Florentine, Ravello, Venezia, Blazing Star (short segment to Ravello intersection @ 2820 Blazing Star and Ravello)
Tuesday, July 07: Arbella Lane, upper segment of Eagles Claw (down to Hollycrest intersection), Hollycrest (to White Cedar Place Intersection @ 3090 Hollycrest)
Wednesday, July 08: Eagles Claw (entrance to Hollycrest intersection), Blazing Star from 2828 Blazing Star to Eagles Claw @ 2988 Blazing Star)
Thursday, July 09: Blazing Star (Eagles Claw @ 3022 Blazing Star to Hollycrest); Ferncrest (shorter segment to Hollycrest)
Monday, July 13: White Cedar, upper half of Silk Oak (to 2850 Silk Oak)
Tuesday, July 14: Foxtail Court, lower half of Silk Oak (from 2846 Silk Oak to Ferncrest)
Wednesday, July 15: Hollycrest entrance (to White Cedar), Ferncrest (from Hollycrest past Silk Oak)
Playground (Tot Lot)
The Board will be reviewing and performing necessary repairs to the playground area and its equipment.
The City of Thousand Oaks provides street sweeping, according to the schedule below. Homeowners should do their best to have their curb areas free of vehicles, etc., by 8:00 a.m. on these dates. Thank you for your cooperation!
Monday, July 27 Monday, October 12 & 26
Monday, August 24 Monday, November 9 & 23
Monday, September 28 Monday, December 14 & 28
The community is required to follow all landscaping changes mandated by the city, the county and the fire department. Tree trimming and brush clearance are based on these mandates and our landscapers have been and continue to be using these guidelines as they move through the community to execute the approved plan. Any specific requests by homeowners for further trimming or brush clearance, unfortunately, cannot be included in this plan. Also, due to this plan, the community is already over budget, but the Board is exhausting all other avenues to avoid any special assessment or a rise in homeowners’ dues for fiscal year 2020-21. Tony Barbarotto, our property manager, has already negotiated a deal whereby the funds for landscaping the burn areas can be paid out over a four-year period, which will greatly help manage expenses.
The board approved being included in a mass action lawsuit against the power company which, if the HOA wins against the power company, means further mitigation of overages for landscaping due to the November 2019 fires.
Eagle Ridge Homeowners Association
North Ranch Community Center
1400 Westlake Blvd.
Thousand Oaks, California 91362