To: Carmela Residence
From: Jeff Beyer 81952 Contento St
On January 27, 2015 three suspects were in Rancho Santana knocking on neighborhood doors checking to see if anyone was home. They broke into some ones house on Ricochet Way while the person was sleeping. The suspects left on foot and jumped the wall into Carmela. My wife and I notice our security lights blinking and noise by our trash cans. As I peeked out the bedroom window my wife was walking towards the kitchen she noticed a Hispanic male suspect at our sliding glass door in our backyard. My wife screamed hysterically and dialed 911. The suspect ran and jumped our rear wall police officers arrived in a matter of minutes. This was one of the scariest moments we have had in our lives.
Today January 29, 2015 there was a report of an auto break-in at 2:15am on Palazzo in Carmela. The suspect entered on 53rd by cutting the lock and opening the gate manually.
Everyone who lives in Carmela needs to be on high alert. If you hear noises at night don’t be afraid to dial 911. Turn your lights on at night and make sure you set your alarm, get to know your neighbors and exchange cell phone information. Any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOA Board of Directors
You may have notice that 2 of the Palo Verde trees have been cut down. The reason for the removal: they were the victims of the Palo Verde Beatle and died from it . They will be replaced by 2 Palm Trees.
VP Carmela HOA
This is an important notice regarding pesticides to be used in common area locations in November. Please click on image for full-size PDF.
The 2015 schedule for Carmela HOA meetings has been set and is as follows:
|January||Sat. 17th||11:00 AM||Carmela Community Park|
|April||Thurs. 2nd||11:00 AM||Carmela Community Park|
|July||Thurs. 9th||11:00 AM||Desert Management|
|Sat. 24th||11:00 AM||Indian Palms Country Club|
Dear Carmela Homeowners,
Leon’s Landscape will begin tree trimming of all common area trees in Carmela tomorrow, October 23rd.
Please note, the landscapers have been instructed to clean up all debris, and will do so in steps. One crew typically trims the trees, and a second crew will come in to clean up the debris.
If debris is dropped behind fences, into your courtyards or backyards, the crews should try to make contact with you before entering your yard to clean up the debris.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me at the number or email listed below.
The purpose of this email is not to cause alarm, but rather to keep you informed.
Recently, on three separate occasions, the association’s landscapers have come into contact with rattlesnakes on the property.
One was found on the outside perimeter on Monroe, one was found in the park area at Via La Serena/Palazo, and one was found on Cabo San Lucas.
On each occasion, the landscapers were able to contain and remove the snake from the property. However, please be aware and alert while working in your yards and walking your pets.
The Rules & Regulations require that all pets be kept on a leash while outside your property. If you abide by this rule, you will be able to better control your pet from following their instincts to burrow into bushes if they see movement.
While we are all aware that we live in the desert, and many dangerous animals share this home with us, it is easy to forget how close the danger can really be. Please share this information with guests and renters of your homes.
Community Association Manager
42-427 Rancho Mirage Ln. Rancho Mirage, CA 92270
Tel: 760.862.1202 Fax: 760.862.1210
Email: email@example.com website: www.desertmanagement.com