As of July 2017 the South Bay homeowner dock refurbishment has been completed and residents may begin to use the dock for recreational purposes.
Dear fellow South Bay Resident,
South Bay HOA has been working to improve communication with our residents. Previously, we have used traditional and certified mail, our web site www.southbayhoa.org, some telephone calls, personal visits, and the “South Bay Alert” (neighborhood watch) email system that Judy Chandler has built and manages.
In an effort to streamline official communications, South Bay will be utilizing Constant Contact as our email platform for essential resident communications. Such emails will be from the Board or our committees and will be sent with a subject line of “SBHOA – (Subject)”. Emails may be sent primarily by me as President or Beth Blanton as Constant Contact Administrator. We will only send important notices – no one wants to have their email box filled with junk mail from their HOA.
Your privacy is extremely important to us. SBHOA will not provide your email to any outside entity. You gave your email address to us for use by the Board, committees, or South Bay Alerts. If you choose, you may opt out of receiving future emails from SBHOA by clicking below.
As a final component for facilitating communications between the Board and homeowners, we are asking you to provide your home and cellular telephone numbers. As with your email address, the telephone numbers will only be used for important communications from the Board and committees and will not be given to outside agencies. Access to telephone numbers is important, especially for the ARB. Many HOA issues can be resolved simply with a single phone call, reducing the time consuming process of sending notices by mail. Please provide your home and cellular numbers by return email.
Your Board and committees are looking forward to providing our homeowners with timely and important material using the new email system.
Bert Del Villano
Coyotes are usually wary of people and will avoid us whenever possible. Bold behavior is unusual and is most often a result of habituation due to intentional or unintentional feeding, the presence of a dog, or the coyote defending a den and young. If you encounter a coyote, please read this PDF.