Due to the lack of social distancing and at the directive of Gov. Andy Beshear,
the basketball court is closed until further notice. Thank you.
Friday, March 27 – Saturday, March 28
Draw or write encouraging messages on your driveway or sidewalk with chalk.
Then head outside to take a walk and look for other messages written by your neighbors!!
A message from Republic Services.
We're working hard to serve you with minimal disruption. The recent surge in residential waste and the unique challenges we face require us to make temporary changes to our services.
- Items for disposal must be contained within your cart.
- If you do not have carted service, trash must be bagged. Bags cannot exceed 50 pounds.
- Yard and bulk waste programs are suspended.
- We may use alternative disposal methods if there are disruptions to recycling processing capabilities or if
Per LFUCG City Ordinance.
ARTICLE X. - BICYCLES. Section 18-155 - Riding on Sidewalks (c) Whenever any person is riding a bicycle upon a sidewalk, such person shall yield right-of-way to any pedestrian and shall give audible signal before overtaking and passing such pedestrian.
The Palomar Hills park area is open to all residents.
This is a reminder that government officials are urging groups no larger than 10 people should gather together.
Social distancing is a public health practice that aims to prevent sick people from coming in close contact with healthy people in order to reduce opportunities for disease transmission.
The following residents of Palomar Hills have provided their contact information if you need assistance:
Hannah Adams – email@example.com
Amanda Dawson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Ashley Dawson – email@example.com
Daniel Dawson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Feher – email@example.com
Ciara Siesel – firstname.lastname@example.org
Grocery shopping and errands
John Caywood – email@example.com
Richard Dawahare – firstname.lastname@example.org
Matt & Andrea Dawson – email@example.com
Julie Dueber – firstname.lastname@example.org
Chad Helton – email@example.com
Alex & Katie Knight – firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan Feher – email@example.com
Paula Johnson – firstname.lastname@example.org
Brad Kerkhoff – email@example.com
Kathy Phillips – firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherry Purkins – email@example.com
Dan & Amy Schott – firstname.lastname@example.org
Beth Siesel – email@example.com
Charissa Skeeters – firstname.lastname@example.org
Melissa Wellman – email@example.com
Phone numbers of the volunteers are available by contacting the clubhouse office 859/223-3740
I would like to thank Palomar Hills Association for the opportunity to clean their playground equipment this morning.
By using a soft wash system, and solutions recommended by the CDC for cleaning and sanitizing, I was able to provide a safer place for neighborhood children to play.
Horseshoe Pressure Washing
NEIGHBORS HELPING NEIGHBORS!!
Palomar Hills is collecting names of neighbors interested in helping others in the neighborhood.
In a time of crisis, when schools are closed, businesses are shuttered, sporting events are cancelled and families are in desperate need, communities are coming together to support each other. The coronavirus-caused COVID-19 is spreading around the world. The World Health Organization has called it a global pandemic. Among the fear and panic, there is hope and kindness. Businesses and individuals are doing what they can to lift others in stressful times.
Social distancing is a public health practice that aims to prevent sick people from coming in close contact with healthy people in order to reduce opportunities for disease transmission. It can include large-scale measures like cancelling group events or closing public spaces, as well as individual decisions such as avoiding crowds.
With COVID-19, the goal of social distancing right now is to slow down the outbreak in order to reduce the chance of infection among high-risk populations and to reduce the burden on health care systems and workers.
If you would like to help your neighbors that are elderly or have increased health risks or in need of babysitting, please call the Palomar Hills office at 859/223-3740 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We will circulate the list on the blog within the next 24 hours. Thank you and know we will get through this trying and stressful time.