Common Area Maintenance: Al Zielinski/Jennifer Lynch
Community Relations: Peter Barnett/Jennifer Lynch
Events & Recreation: Jennifer Lynch/Donna Chisum
Health & Safety: Peter Barnett/James Michener
Holiday Decorations: Phil Rousselle/Jennifer Lynch
The office will be closed on Monday, January 18, 2021 for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
The office will be closed on Monday, February 15, 2021 for Presidents Day
Next General Membership Meeting: Wednesday, March 10, 2021 at 6:00 p.m.
Spring Community Garage Sale: Friday & Saturday, April 30 & May 1, 2021
The Architectural Committe meets on Thursday mornings at 9:00 am to review permit applications. Effective Janaury 1, 2021 permits for fences, accessory buildings will be $50. New Homes will be $500. Commercial Buildings will be $5,000. Please review the Architectural Guidelines under "Documents". You can also print off the application under "Documents". Failure to submit for a POA permit will result in a fine placed on your account.
The Spring Community Garage Sale will take place on Friday and Saturday April 30 and May 1
If you are interested in participating, please call Marge to place your address on the list.
The sale will be advertised in the Courier, Tribune and Review and will also be listed on Craigslist.
The deadline to place your address on the list is Wednesday, April 28 at noon.
Have fun and don't forget to pick up your "Garage Sale" box.
URGENT PLEA TO ALL RESIDENTS!
The Prescott Country Club Board of Directors and Management are begging every resident to SLOWDOWN!
On Sept 2 the second high-speed fatality in our subdivision took place on Old Chisholm Tr. The POA, in conjunction with Yavapai County, installed a radar speed sign that is rotated around several locations in the PCC. Data collected from the sign typically reflects 8% of vehicles are driving at excessive speeds. The posted speed limit is 25MPH! Fortunately, The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Department has increased their presence in the Community and on Sept 15 I witnessed two vehicles stopped for speeding. I was also told a ticket was given to a person who was going 5MPH over our 25MPH speed limit. This is good news and will hopefully slow people down.
WALKERS TAKE NOTE – Walk against the traffic, so you can see what’s coming at you. It would be best if you avoided walking on Old Chisholm, Manzanita and Turquoise. Think about changing your route to the side streets where you would be more safe.
It is up to us as a community to come together and be aware of our surroundings, think about the safety of those around us and be considerate of our neighbors. Following the posted speed limit in the Community helps us all.