General Manager's Message

Message from the General Manager for November 2017
Halloween 2017
As you know, our community is typically the most desired location for High Desert families every Halloween. Once again, we are excited to report that no significant issues were reported. Staff, job well done. Our SVLA team wants to thank all of those who helped in making this year’s holiday a safe success. We appreciate CHP, the Sheriff Department, the Fire Department, all volunteers and residents for working together to provide a safe trick-or-treat experience for local families. 
New Residents
New to the Jewel of the High Desert? No worries, effective immediately, our Public Safety officers are going above and beyond by visiting residents’ homes to provide a warm welcome to new residents and spread the spirit of “community”. Our officers will deliver information pamphlets during such “welcome visits” to help residents become more acquainted with the rules, regulations and operations of SVL as well as contact information for local resources such as our utility companies and law enforcement, etc.  Also, keep a look out for a postcard that the association office will be sending out to remind new residents about the upcoming New Members Orientation at the Spring Valley Lake Country Club.
Community Cleanup 
Recently, on October 14, several of our committees collaborated together and organized a “Clean Up Day”. As a result, we had several residents come together to voluntarily help clean up the community. On behalf of our association, we truly want to send out a big “thank you” to all who helped.
Additionally, we would like to thank our local Cub Scouts Pack 26 for their help with cleaning our community on a separate day, November 4th! 
Overall, we have had a handful of support in removing trash and debris from our association. It was awesome to see everyone come together, especially after the Halloween holiday when we had countless visitors and candy wrappers on our streets; such acts truly illustrate the definition of teamwork and “community”.
-Al Logan,
General Manager

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