Terrace Tribune - April 2020
Updated: Jul 8, 2020
Welcome to another edition of the Terrace Tribune. We've got some important updates so please read on.
Due to concerns about the virus and social distancing, both pools are closed until further notice and additional guidance from state officials.
In addition, in-person board meetings are postponed until further notice.
Parking Enforcement Reminder
Many of you know that we’ve recently changed parking patrol companies. As such, enforcement of existing parking rules has been stepped up compared to what we’ve had in the past. In particular, please take note of the following reminders:
Residents are not allowed to park in guest parking
If you have a parking space in front of your garage, your entire vehicle must be within the marked boundaries – not just your back tires.
Fire Lane Project Complete
After long and unexpected delays, the fire lane is finally complete and up to code per Orange County Fire Authority requirements.
We’ve been asked to remind the community that dryer vents should be cleaned out regularly to avoid serious risk of fire.
More than ever people are using sanitary wipes to keep their homes clean. But this is an important reminder that sanitary wipes are not designed to be flushed down the toilet. They can cause a problem with your plumbing and that type of issue would not be covered by the HOA.
Some homeowners have expressed concern about whether the leaf blowers used by our landscaping crew are allowed in Laguna Beach. The short answer is yes. Here are the details.
SH 86 C-E
A professional-grade shredder vac/blower with top-of-the-line power.
Per response from the city:
This device (vacuum / leak blower) is okay as long as they use the vacuum only between 8:00 a.m. to 6 p.m. as noted in the Laguna Beach Municipal Code section: 7.25.070 (A) No person, while engaged in maintenance of real property, shall operate any tool, equipment or machine in a manner which produces loud noise that disturbs a person of normal sensitivity who works or resides in the vicinity, or a peace or code enforcement officer, except between the hours of eight a.m. and six p.m.
Message from the Board and Property Management:
We appreciate all you are doing to look out for each other in these unprecedented times, which call for extra discipline, patience, consideration and restraint. With all of us working together, we can help slow the spread of this virus and stay safe and healthy. We will continue to monitor the situation with advice from health officials, and keep you informed along the way. Please stay safe & well!