Camps offered from March 23rd until April 3rd
Enjoying the warm weather? Dreaming of summer already? Get a jump on some summer fun during Spring Break! The City of Temecula Community Services Department is overflowing with an assortment of fun-filled camps and activities, guaranteed to put a smile on your little one's face. Space is limited, so please sign up today before your activity is sold out!
Temecula Spring Camps
Severity of the Drought
The State Water Board Chairman Felicia Marcus has stated that if the drought continues through next winter, and we do not conserve more, that the consequences could be even more catastrophic than they already are. The State Water Resources Control Board has adopted an expanded emergency regulation to safeguard the state's remaining water supplies. Local agencies will be able to fine property owners up to $500 a day for failure to implement conservation requirements. Everyone needs to be concerned about the drought and take whatever steps necessary to conserve. Check the Rancho Water website www.bewaterwise.com for additional information and ideas on water conservation, including available rebates.
Please see the attachment below for your copy of the March 9, 2015 General & Executive Session meeting agendas. They will also be posted in the common area at the bulletin board located at the lower Rhine Ave. park.
All homeowners are welcome to the General Session Meetings.
Avalon Movie Day!
In March, Avalon is treating our residents to a free family movie day for the new release of Cinderella!
We are inviting residents of our communities to sign up to receive up to 4 free movie tickets and food vouchers. The March 14th event will be held in Temecula, and the March 21st event will be held in Murrieta. Movies start at 10:30 AM Seating is limited so please sign up now at: http://www.MyAvalonEvent.com