Please help us resolve parking issues in Palomar Hills
The Palomar Hills Board of Directors has received a large number of complaints regarding parking violations.
The Palomar Hills Master Documents state: Section 2. Parking and Garages. Vehicles shall be parked only in the garages or in the driveways serving the Units or appropriate spaces or designated areas in which parking may or may not be assigned and then subject to such reasonable rules and regulations as the Board of Directors may adopt.
Please note that the pull-offs on Palomar Boulevard as well as all streets and cul-de-sacs within Palomar Hills are not designated for persistent overnight or extended parking.
Established in 2009, Palomar Investing Chicks (PIC) is a casual and fun group of women who meet once a month to learn about the stock market and investing. If you share the same curiosity and can devote $25 each month to invest, and if you would like to make new friends, PIC is waiting for you. No prior knowledge or experience in investing is required – we are all learning as we go. We meet on the second Thursday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Palomar Clubhouse. Whether you are new to the area or a long-time resident, if you are looking for new ways to socialize, network, and learn about stocks (while watching your own nest egg grow each month), please be our guest at the next meeting. Please contact Barb Ellerbrook at 859.533.6708 or firstname.lastname@example.org with questions. We look forward to meeting you soon!
As the ponds are beginning to freeze, neighborhood children should not be playing on or near them!! The ice is not safe! With the active waterfall and fountains, water will not freeze underneath and therefore is not solid. Please keep children from ice skating, riding bikes, and playing on the ponds this winter.
First quarter fees of $180 were due on January 1st. Payments must be received by Sunday, January 15th to avoid a $15 late fee. There is a mail slot located in the front door of the Clubhouse so that payments can be dropped off after hours.
The Master Documents state that exterior holiday decorations should not be displayed after January 10th. Residents who have not removed all wreaths, lights, and decor are out of complaince with neighborhood restrictions and are asked to remove them immediately.
The next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 16 at 7PM. Agenda items are: December Financial Report & Minutes, Harrodsburg Road Development, Overnight Street Parking, Modification Requests, Tennis Court Lighting. Regular monthly board meetings are held at the clubhouse and are open to all residents.
First quarter fees of $180 are due on January 1st. Payments must be received no later than January 15th to avoid a $15 late fee. There is a mail slot located in the front door of the Clubhouse so that payments can be dropped off after hours.
Neighborhood restrictions prohibit exterior holiday decorations from being displayed after January 10th. Residents are asked to remove all wreaths, lights, and decor by this time.