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You’re Invited to the City of Corona Independence Day Celebration!

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California Drought Emergency

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Update-June 6, 2022 – Corona Residents Asked to Help Save Water

city.of.coronaOn May 23, 2022, Governor Newsom convened a group of local and state water leaders to discuss California’s ongoing drought. City of Corona staff participated and provided the City’s perspective.

On May 24, 2022, the State Water Resources Control Board adopted emergency regulations to address the drought conditions. These regulations require:

  • A 10-20% reduction in water usage right away
  • Commercial, industrial, and institutional customers may not water non-functional turf with potable water (this does not apply to sports fields and parks used for recreation)

HOW CAN YOU HELP?

We ask you, our residents and businesses, to help us “Save Water, Save California” by reducing your water usage by 10-20% where possible. The quickest and most effective ways to reduce water are:

  • Reduce sprinkler run times – try running each station for only 5-7 minutes at a time
  • Check for leaks in your home and landscaping
  • Shorten showers and run full loads in the dishwasher and washing machine
  • Replace older appliances with new high-efficiency appliances (plus, you can get a rebate!)
  • Remove grass in your yard, or just your parkway, and get a rebate up to $2 per square foot

If you need help reducing your water usage or have questions about the new regulations, please contact us at (951) 736-2234 or at StopTheDrop@CoronaCA.gov.

As a reminder, Corona is dedicated to maintaining and growing our urban forest, and you should continue to water your trees using deep-root watering techniques.

WHAT IS CORONA DOING?

The City of Corona is taking the initiative to reduce our water usage first! Our staff is working hard to ensure our properties are leak-free and our sprinklers are set appropriately. Help be our eyes and ears in the community and report any breaks or leaks using the SeeClickFix app! Many of our parks and sports fields are already using reclaimed water for irrigation.

Please note, we will continue to operate our splash pads for your enjoyment this summer. The splash pads are operated efficiently and follow all State and City guidelines.

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Annual Meeting – Wednesday, June 22, 2022 – Don’t Forget to Return Your Ballots!

annualmeetingThe Board of Directors consists of five (5) members, and all five (5) director positions are up for election this year. Look for the Annual Meeting notice, Ballot, and Ballot Envelopes, which were mailed to all homeowners on May 20, 2022. Ballots must be returned and received no later than Tuesday, June 21, 2022. If you have any questions regarding the Annual Meeting, or did not receive your Annual Meeting notice and ballot, contact Susan Beaver at (951) 279-3934 ext. 222, or sbeaver@encorepmc.com. 


Mailboxes on Trudy

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The Post Office locks on the mailboxes on Trudy were vandalized over the weekend. The Post Office has been informed and will be out to get this repaired. Until the mailboxes are fixed, homeowners who are effected will need to pick up their mail at the post office located at 414 W. Grand Blvd., Corona.

 

 


2022 Riverside County Household Hazardous Waste Collection

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Riverside County offers permanent and temporary locations to recycle/drop-off household hazardous waste. To learn more about hazardous waste recycling and for nearest locations, view the 2022 Riverside County Household Hazardous Waste Collection flyer.


Time to Add Fresh Mulch!

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The Association Dues Will Be Increasing February 1, 2022

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The 2022-2023 Budget has been approved and the monthly Association Dues will be increasing to $136.00 per lot/per month beginning February 1, 2022. Please contact Encore Property Management with any questions.

 


Fall Outdoor Floral Displays

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Are you ready for fall?   Get your property’s containers and hanging baskets in on the fun with bountiful autumnal displays. Click Here for some ideas to consider. 

 

 

 


Post Office Delays In Delivering Mail – Sign Up for ACH!

Would you be interest in signing up for ACH? Due to post office issues, we highly recommend owners set their accounts up on ACH. This will allow the HOA bank to automatically transfer your monthly assessments from your bank to the HOA’s. This will alleviate the delays of the post office and ensure your payments are always on time. If you would like to do this, please check the website under “Resources,” then “Homeowner Forms” for the ACH form, or click here.


Landscape Tip: Time for an Irrigation Check-Up

Over the next few weeks and months the weather will start to warm up and we should start seeing less rain. Now is a great time to ensure that your irrigation system is up to par and ready for regular use throughout the summer. Without getting to complicated, there are a few simple visual tests you can perform to ensure your plant material is getting the water it needs and your irrigation system is efficient. First, examine your irrigation valves to ensure they are working correctly and aren’t leaking water or showing damage. Next, take a look at your sprinkler heads and drip system to make sure they are functioning properly. Often times, dirt and/or wear and tear will cause sprinklers to break or not work to their full capacity. Lastly, make sure your irrigation timer is properly programmed for the upcoming summer months and ensure your timer is in working order.


Management Company Covid-19 Office Regulations

Please view Encore Property Management’s office policy during COVID-19. Office Regulations


Coyote Awareness

Reminder to all this is the time of year when coyotes start giving birth to pups, so they will be much more active during the day.  Make sure to keep pets indoors (if possible), use a fixed leash when walking your dog, secure trash, remove any pet food from outside and pickup all fallen fruit on your property. Coyotes are opportunistic omnivores, meaning a coyote’s diet depends on what is prevalent and easy to find, scavenge, or catch and kill. Coyote diets are diverse and vary throughout the year. Their diet shifts with seasonal availability of foods.  If a den is discovered contact Department of Fish and Wildlife (562) 342-7100.  If approached by a coyote  NEVER run, as they this may trigger a predator/prey response.


Mailboxes and Parking

Friendly Reminder: Please do not park in front of mailboxes.  The postal service requires clear access to pull in and out of the mailbox area.  This is a postal service regulation.