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Mar 26

COVID-19 Closure and Cancellations

Posted to Association News by Samantha Thomas

Our top priority is to keep our community safe and healthy. We've been closely monitoring the recommendations and actions taken to help decrease the potential spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the City of Peoria and the state of Arizona. 

After careful consideration and much discussion between the Board of Directors and the Association management team, The Village at Vistancia is temporarily canceling all classes, clubs, and events until further notice effective immediately. 

What does that mean for residents?
  • Association and Lifestyle Offices: Effectively immediately and until further notice, The Village offices will be closed to visitors. Our team will still be on-site to assist you but we are requesting that personal contact be limited with staff. We highly recommend calling or emailing our team if you have any questions before visiting the office. We understand that this may be an inconvenience and apologize. See the bottom of this email for contact information.
  • MVC Gymnasium: The Gymnasium will be closed effective immediatly until further notice.
  • MVC Clubhouse: The Clubhouse is closed effective Wednesday, March 18. The Clubhouse will still be used as a Primary Election polling station for Tuesday, March 17.
  • Pools: All pools will be closed effective March, 19 at 5 p.m. until further notice.
  • Private Rentals: If you have a rental scheduled in March or April, staff will be reaching out to you to discuss some options. 
  • Tot Lot: The Tot Lots will be closed until further notice.
  • Classes and Clubs: All classes and clubs are suspended until further notice.
  • Events: All events are canceled until further notice. This includes:
  • March 26, Food Truck Night
  • April 4, Community Garage Sale (will reschedule if possible)
  • April 9, Thirst Thursday (will reschedule if possible)
  • April 11, Eggstranvangza, purchased tickets will be refunded. 
  • April 14, Vistancia Ladybug Release
  • April 16, Food Truck Night
  • April 21, Lake Pleasant Ladybug Release
  • April 23, Lake Pleasant Cruise (will reschedule if possible)
  • April 25, Village Cafe and Artwalk (will reschedule if possible)
  • As more information becomes available, additional events could be canceled.
  • Common Areas: Residents visiting The Village common area amenities are encouraged to take preemptive measures such as hand washing and hand sanitizing during and after visiting these amenities. If you or your family is showing symptoms of an illness; please refrain from using the common area amenities at this time. 
  • Board and Committee Meetings: All non-essential Board and committee meetings are suspended until further notice. Necessary meetings will be posted and held virtually.
  • Annual Meeting: Please watch for further communications regarding the Annual Meeting tomorrow.
  • Modification Applications: Please submit all applications online to practice the recommended social distancing. If you have questions please contact the Association Office via phone or email.

Steps we have taken to help prevent the spread of COVID-19:
  • Additional cleaning days are scheduled in all of the common areas.
  • Any staff member who is feeling ill is encouraged to stay home and contact a healthcare provider.
  • We are continuing to follow all health and safety protocols currently in place, as well as maintain a focus on cleaning high traffic, commonly handled surfaces.

Contacts:
Association Office: 623-215-8646
General Information Questions - Casey Doscher 
Maintenance - Jake Monday
Communications - Samantha Thomas
Design Review - Stephanie DeAlba
Compliance - John Ruggles
Lifestyle - Kelly Strand


As this situation progresses, we will continue to evaluate upcoming events and programs. Please keep an eye out for website, Facebook, and email updates. 

Apr 14

Shifting Into Summer Months

Posted to Landscaping Tips by Krislyn Powell

Did you overseed your yard last fall? If so, it’s time to take an important step towards discouraging the Winter Ryegrass and encouraging the Summer Bermuda: closer mowing! The Ryegrass starts to recede as temperatures warm, but for a time it can compete with the emerging Bermuda. This competition for water and nutrients can inhibit the start of your summer lawn. It’s best to get rid of the Rye quickly to give your Bermuda a better chance at a healthy start.

Beginning towards the end of March, lower the deck on your mower by ¼ per week. If 2 inches is a typical mow height, you should be at 1-1.25 inches by the end of April. You should also reduce the amount of water and add a fertilizer for new growth. By the 1st of June, your Bermuda grass will be ready for the summer months!

Visit the Learning Center on our website, dlcresources.com/learning-center, for additional information about turf transition. 


green before after mow turf
Apr 14

Rent and Utility Assistance is Still Available to Residents

Posted to Peoria News by Krislyn Powell

Peoria residents impacted by COVID-19 can receive up to $500/month to assist with their utility bills and up to $1,500/month to assist with their rent or mortgage up to three months. The program will run until funds are exhausted. For more information, contact the Peoria Community Assistance Program office at 623-979-3911, ext. 405 or visit www.peoriaaz.gov/communityassistance. For additional assistance beyond this program, consult the PeoriaSUPPORT Resource Guide at www.peoriaaz.gov/peoriasupport.