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Alamo Creek Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, August 10th, 7:00 PM at Alamo Creek Clubhouse
All owners are welcome and encouraged to attend the quarterly Board meetings to stay informed on Association business! An agenda for the meeting will be posted at the clubhouse and on the website 4 days prior to the meeting.
 

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~ Alamo Creek News ~
Remember-No Glass in Pool Area!
Posted on May 20th, 2016 Comments (0)
As a reminder, please do not bring glass into the swimming pool area. As per the Pool Rules, "No glass containers are permitted in the pool area." For your own safety and the well-being of others, please abide by this as well rule as the other pool rules.
 
The Board approved an update to the pool rules which prohibits alcoholic beverages in the pool water. Please enjoy your beverages in plastic containers at the tables around the pools. 
 
FARMIGO: Bring Local Food to Our Neighborhood! 
Posted on May 11th, 2016 Comments (0)
Farmigo is an online farmer's market where you can shop all the best food from amazing local farmers and foodmakers, like sweet Organic Cherries from Hidden Star Orchards in the Sierra Nevada foothills, crunchy Organic Baby Carrots from Happy Boy Farms near Watsonville, or creamy Ricottage Cheese from Orland Farmstead Creamery. From seasonal fruits and vegetables, to meat and eggs, bread and dairy, artisanal pastas, and more, everything could be delivered right to our neighborhood! Alamo Creek Homeowners can use the marketplace associated with Creekside Elementary School by visiting the link here.  
 
 
 
Security
Posted on May 5th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Board of Directors has hired Blue Sky Security to patrol the pool & clubhouse, the Association parks, and to drive through the neighborhood multiple times each night. Please keep in mind that BlueSky Security is a deterrent only.  Any illegal activitites should be reported directly to the Contra Costa Sheriff at (925) 335-1500, who can take enforcement action. 
 
Free Shuttle
Posted on Oct 22nd, 2015 Comments (0)
Did you know Alamo Creek residents have access to a free neighborhood shuttle?
 
Property owners in Alamo Creek pay a traffic mitigation fee through their property taxes to fund transit service.  The fee was established by the County as a condition of development.  County Connection operates the Alamo Creek Shuttle on behalf of the County – which runs between Alamo Creek and the Walnut Creek BART station.  The service is fully funded by the fees collected by the property owners, and free to the residents.
 
The advance reservation service operates Monday through Friday during commute periods, making three AM and three PM trips. Shuttles will stop at the Danville Park ‘n Ride on request, and may stop within the corridor along Camino Tassajara and I-680 if time permits.
 
In the morning the shuttle leaves the area at 6:30, 8:00, and 9:30 AM – arriving at BART at 7:00, 8:30, and 10:00 AM. In the afternoon/evening, shuttles leave Walnut Creek BART at 3:00, 4:30, and 6:00 PM – returning to the service area at 3:30, 5:00, and 6:30 PM.
 
The service is free to riders traveling to or from the service area which is defined as Alamo Creek.  Reservations can be made by calling 925-943-1829.
 
For a map of the service area and schedule information, please visit http://countyconnection.com/maps-schedules/alamo-creek-shuttle/, or call Customer Service at 925-676-7500.
 
Toll Brothers Security Update
Posted on Jul 6th, 2015 Comments (0)
Toll Brothers has hired a security company, Securitas, to address homeowner concerns relating to trespassing of the open spaces by unauthorized vehicles and issues with construction noise.  Securitas will assist in the enforcement of the construction work hours with their vendors.  The work hours are 7:25 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday –Friday and 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday.   If construction workers are generating noise outside of these posted hours, Securitas will ask the workers to cease immediately and will then notify the Project Manager of the incident, so the Project Manager can determine if any further action is required for compliance of the posted work hours.  Securitas will also check that all construction gates have been closed and locked at the end of each work day, and will routinely check the gates to ensure that they remain closed and locked as well as will monitor the models and construction site to prevent vandalism and theft.
 
Locking Mailbox Insert
Posted on May 22nd, 2013 Comments (0)
Concerned about mail theft?   There is a simple preventative answer and one that has been in use by many Alamo Creek homeowners for several years. The following locking mailbox insert will fit into your mailbox and can be ordered online from www.mailboxnet.com
 
Order part number "LB-1".  Cost is about $59.00 plus shipping.
 
 
East Bay Regional Parks Trail System
Posted on May 8th, 2012 Comments (0)
There is an East Bay trail system in development that will run south from the Mustang Soccer Complex and along the Association that will eventually connect up to the Windermere project in San Ramon.   The trail system is being built by the East Bay Regional Parks District and not Shapell.   East Bay is supposed to start construction on the trail system by August at the latest, with the intent to complete the construction by the middle of October. The commencement of the construction has been delayed due to environmental factors. 
 
Even though the trail system construction is anticipated to be completed by the middle of October, not all the trail system will be open to the public.  The connection between the Mustang Soccer Complex and along the east of Bengali Street will be closed.  This portion of the trail system will run through the portion of the HOA’s future 3.22 acres park.  Since this portion of land is owned by Shapell and construction has not been started, this portion of the trail system will remain closed due to liability concerns.   However, the trail system south of Bengali Street to Windermere is expected to be open to the public by the middle of October.   Homeowners should recall that they voted to switch the construction of the park with the recreational center, and that the 3.22 acre park will not be completed until there are 442 lots annexed into the HOA, which will all  be dependent on the market on when this annexation occurs.
 
 
Important Information for Homeowners Installing their Landscaping
Posted on Mar 10th, 2012 Comments (0)
The Board and Architectural Committee ask that homeowners are reminded not to store building materials in the park strips or on the street when you are completing your landscaping installation.
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