Kick off Independence Day with the annual Kid’s Bike Parade.
Decorate your bicycles, tricycles, big wheels, clothing, and even dogs, in USA spirit.
All residents are encouraged to participate!
The parade will begin at 10 a.m. sharp at the Palomar Hills Clubhouse, 4025 Palmetto Drive.
Prizes will be awarded for the most patriotic costumes and decorated bikes!
Spend the afternoon at the pools and enjoy complimentary Bella Shaved Ice from 1 p.m.-3 p.m.
Third Quarter Dues
Third quarter fees of $180 are due on Sunday, July 1st. There is a mail slot located in the front door of the clubhouse so that payments can be dropped off after hours. Or, the Association accepts credit cards on-line as a form of payment for your HOA dues. The link to pay dues with a VI, MC, AX, DI or debit card can be found at www.palomarhills.com under “Pay Dues” on the homepage.
Neighborhood Presidents Elect Board Members
The annual Board of Directors elections were recently held at the Clubhouse. Neighborhood Presidents elected Joe Clabes, Jeannie Hixson, and Matt Malone to serve as members of the 2018-2020 Board of Directors.
We also want to extend a special thank you to outgoing member, Signe Dunn, for her 4 years of service to our community. She has given countless hours to make Palomar Hills a more attractive and enjoyable place to live. We will miss her valuable input and extraordinary effort given on behalf of the residents of our community. The Association is fortunate to have outstanding board members who share their time, talent, and experience on behalf of all residents of Palomar Hills. We express our sincere appreciation to them for their willingness to serve the community.
Residents living on Inglewood Court, Palm Grove Court, Palomar Court, Peppertree Court, Peppertree Drive, Silvertree Court, Sweetberry Court, and Sweetleaf Court most likely have an Ash as a street tree. If you have not had your Ash tree treated, please consider doing so. The Ash tree borer insect has killed millions of Ash Trees throughout the northeast, and are now in the neighborhood.
Palomar Boulevard Homeowners
Many of the burning bushes planted in the easement along Palomar Boulevard are overgrown and block the view of traffic and sidewalks for pedestrians. LFUCG Code Enforcement is asking that residents trim their bushes to a maximum of 4 feet or replace them with a less invasive species.
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The Master Documents states, “Dogs which are household pets shall at all times whenever outside a unit be confined on a leash and under the owners control at all times.” Keeping your dog on a leash is a matter of courtesy, safety, and compliance with LFUCG ordinance and Palomar Hills restrictions.
TO: Palomar Homeowners’ Association
FROM: Sarah Neeley – Financial & Administrative Manager, Mill Ridge Farm, LLLP
DATE: June 14, 2018
Mill Ridge has been very fortunate to have a great relationship with our Palomar neighbors. Really, we could not ask for better. However, we would like to remind you of a couple of things…
With summer here and the 4th of July around the corner, many will celebrate with fireworks.
While the displays are enjoyed by most…horses are absolutely terrified. They panic and try to run away, which can result in serious injuries and, in some instances, even fatalities.
As our neighbor, we want you to be aware of the situation. Most importantly, we ask that you do not release fireworks near or over the fields that border Mill Ridge.
Any incidents that threaten the lives of the horses will be reported to the proper authorities.
If there are any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to let me know. I may be reached at 231-0606 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
WHO: Palomar Residents are Invited!
WHAT: Adults Only Party
WHERE: Palomar Hills Adult Pool
WHEN: Saturday, June 23rd from 7 pm - 10 pm
Music provided by: Axl Joe Music Entertainment
Complimentary: Salsarita Mexican Buffet
Please bring a chair!
BYOB - no glass please!
The Adult pool will close at 5PM to prepare for the event.
Residents are invited to use the family pool.
Due to a broken water line on the premises all water to the
pools, cabana, and clubhouse is turned off.
Unfortunately, all pools must be closed for the day.
We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to have the problem resolved by tomorrow.
Adult Social: Come Mix and Mingle with fellow residents at the adult pool! 6:30 pm every Sunday evening. BYOB!
Save the date: The summer Concert in the Park is scheduled for Wednesday, July 18th, featuring Off The Clock. Thank you to Key Williams & Associates of Merrill Lynch for sponsoring this neighborhood event!
Speeding: Just a reminder that school has recessed for the summer and children are out playing at all hours of the day. Please watch your speed when driving through the neighborhood.
KEEP CARS LOCKED AND VALUABLES HIDDEN TO AVOID THEFT: Please lock vehicles that are parked outside and remove valuables, including garage door openers, keys, and bags that appear to contain valuables, to protect yourself and your property. Paying attention to what is happening in the neighborhood is one of the best methods of crime prevention. Never hesitate to report suspicious people, activities, or vehicles to police at 258-3600 or 911 in an emergency.
Planting Beds Adjacent to Pull-Off Areas: The pull-off areas and adjacent planting beds are an attractive aspect of our neighborhood. Unfortunately, many of these areas have been neglected and need to be freshened up. Burning bushes should be trimmed regularly for safety and aesthetic reasons. Keeping the beds weed-free and the pull-off areas free of debris adds to the curb appeal of your home.
Board Meeting: The monthly Board of Directors Meeting is scheduled for Monday, June 18, 7 pm at the
Clubhouse. Agenda: Committee Reports and Modification Requests.
Keep Palomar Hills Beautiful! The Palomar Hills Master Document contains very specific restrictions regarding the placement of signs. Signs on homeowner property are prohibited with the exception of residents attempting to sell their homes. Political signs, religious signs, and signs placed by contractors performing home repairs are not permitted.
The area along the spillway is private property and not owned by the Association.
There are an increasing number of residents using the area which is not for public access.
Please refrain from trespassing onto privately owned property and remind children to stay on the sidewalk and not cut-through others yards.