Car Wash to Close
Posted on Nov 16th, 2021
At the November meeting, the Board of Directors voted to cap off the water at the car wash area. This decision was made for several reasons.
One huge reason is that this water cost the La Vista community approximately $16,000 over the past 3 years.
Wastewater from car washing was entering into the storm water system, which is not treated before going into the watershed and ocean. This is one type of pollution that the Urban Runoff Management Program seeks to prevent. There are significant fines for allowing this type of wastewater to enter the storm water system.
There had also been a huge uptick in the number of mobile car detailers using the car wash area. Mobile wash water is not allowed to go down a storm water drain.
The Board realizes that some residents will be unhappy with this decision but asks for your understanding. This decision was based on both financial and environmental concerns.
Posted on Nov 1st, 2021
With the holidays coming up, the Board of Directors would like to remind residents that holiday decorations may be displayed thirty days prior to the holiday and must be removed within fifteen days following the holiday.
Decorations may not be installed in a manner that uses any penetrating type of attachment to the exterior of the unit.
Thanks for your cooperation and happy holidays!
Trash Can Reminder
Posted on Aug 6th, 2021
Please place trash carts out no earlier than 4 p.m. on Thursday for Friday morning pickup.
Pickup is around 10 a.m.
Please remember to take them back in Saturday morning.
Do not place any trash or recyclable items in other unit's trash containers.
Thank you for your cooperation.
Guest WiFi is Here!
Posted on Jun 15th, 2021
Guest WiFi is now available at the main pool area and the upper spa.
Password is lavistaguest.
Trash Dumping Costs Everyone
Posted on Jun 9th, 2021
La Vista is experiencing a problem with residents dumping trash, boxes, furniture, etc. in the common areas, especially near garages.
Whether you are an owner or a tenant, this issue affects you and your wallet! As an owner, part of your assessment covers operating costs. The HOA has to pay for hauling away these types of dumped items – it is expensive and uses up monies meant for other budget items. If you are a tenant, your landlord may raise your rent because his HOA costs may go up.
If you see someone dumping trash or large items, please report them to management. The board of directors can and will issue fines and make the responsible party pay for the cost of removing the trash.
Our trash service provider, CR&R, allows residents 2 FREE bulky item pickups per year. Just call them at 1-877-728-0446 to schedule and be sure to place a notice on the item(s) that it is for CR&R.
Do your part to keep La Vista looking beautiful!
Personal Items on Balconies & Patios
Posted on May 5th, 2021
Please remember that personal items may not be attached to stucco or the wooden railings on balconies or decks. All plants in pots must have a saucer underneath to catch water. Please do not place items on balcony railings or building ledges, except for first story areas. This is due to safety issues. The Board appreciates your cooperation.
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