The offices of Avalon Management will be closed on Monday, September 6th. We hope you have a wonderful and safe holiday!
With golden, sunny days and clear, star-filled nights, fall unfolds every day across the region from September through November. The changing colors of Temecula Valley sets the scene for harvest adventures, delicious foods, and unbelievable experiences. With Old Town Temecula, Pechanga Resort Casino, and Wine Country all within minutes of each other, it's easy to take in the autumn season in just a few days! Go to https://www.visittemeculavalley.com/fall/ to learn more about wine tasting, dining, hot air ballooning, and other one-of-a-kind experiences.
We’re at the peak of summer, and we can definitely feel the heat, which will continue into the fall. Lawns everywhere are showing dry spots. When this happens, the first thing we tend to do is either ramp up the time on our irrigation controller or break out the hose to drown out the dry spots. Unless you want to spend the rest of the summer standing for hours watering your lawn by hand, now is a great time to perform an irrigation audit, which we’ve outlined below in three easy steps:
1) Check for and repair any broken sprinklers or broken/clogged nozzles. Make sure each sprinkler sprays in an even pattern.
2) Measure the distance between each sprinkler. Depending on the type of sprinkler and nozzle size, the sprinklers may need to be spread out every six, ten, or even 15 feet. Whatever the distance should be, make sure every sprinkler is spaced out evenly for even coverage.
3) Make any necessary adjustments.
You may need to move a few sprinkler heads or change the size or orientation of some nozzles. Once everything is working the way it should be, you’ll be glad you spent the extra time to fix it all. For additional help, we recommend consulting with a trained or certified irrigation technician.
The Adjourned Annual Meeting & Election is scheduled for Tuesday, May 25th at 10am. The meeting will be held virtually due to COVID-19. If you are interested in attending the meeting, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Please click on the attached link to view additional information regarding Monier Roof Tiles. Monier Roof Tiles were installed on many Redhawk homes prior to 1997.
Information received by Avalon indicates defective MONIER roof tiles were used in some Redhawk communities built prior to September 1997. The water repelling glaze of the MONIER roof tiles fades away completely, causing ever increasing visible water damage each rainy season. Communities likely to have these tiles on some of the homes are Rancho Alamos, Rancho Calaveras, Rancho San Ramon, Rancho Serrano and Rancho Sayante (confirmed). Affected tiles say MONIER on the underside near the nail hole. They are faded and will absorb a drop of water instantly rather than shed it.
To protect the value and appearance of your home and the Redhawk community, inspect for water damage now. Begin the repair process to prevent further damage. Signs of the damage include deteriorating fascia, peeling paint, sagging rain gutters, wet stucco under the eaves after a rain, water running out of the weep holes and water stains on upstairs ceilings. Preventative measures include tile replacement and spray on invisible concrete tile water sealer reapplied periodically.
Click on the link below to view pictures.
The City of Temecula has published a Public Information Directory. It contains info regarding crime prevention, mail theft and vandalism, Neighborhood Watch program and COVID-19 updates.
This message is for those residents that pay using the annual coupon book. This does not affect anyone already using auto-debit/ACH, their bank's bill pay service, or through PayLease/Zego.
All coupon books were ordered on December 4th, however due to Covid the supplier of the coupon books has had to operate with fewer staff members than needed. In addition, due to both the holidays and Covid affecting the post office, what would normally take 3-5 business days to deliver the mail is now taking 2-3 weeks.
Remember most communities allow until the 15th of the month before a payment is considered late.
If you would like to mail in your payment before you receive a coupon book you can mail it to the bank:
Redhawk Community Association
c/o The Avalon Management Group
PO Box 52982
Phoenix, AZ 85072-2982
You may also mail it to our corporate headquarters:
Redhawk Community Association
31608 Railroad Canyon Road
Canyon Lake, CA. 92587
You can drop off your payment.
You may also drop it off in the drop boxes located at our Canyon Lake, Temecula, or Oceanside office.
You may also sign up to pay online by clicking the “My Account” Icon, then Log On, then Login. Please be aware that before you can sign up for automatic payment, your account must have a zero balance. Please make any balance due payments by check, and then come back and sign up for auto-draft. You can make a one-time payment online, but there are small fees charged by the third party provider that processes credit and debit cards for the Association.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused, and we appreciate your understanding while we all deal with the effects of Covid 19.
Very truly yours,
Avalon Management, as Agent for Association
Avalon's offices will be closed on the following days:
Thursday, December 24th,
Friday, December 25th,
Thursday, December 31st &
Friday, January 1st.
Have a safe and wonderful holiday season!
A message from the City:
"Hi Redhawk Community,
I just wanted to make sure you knew the City of Temecula’s event Here Comes Santa Claus will be coming through your neighborhood Friday, December 18th from 6pm-8:30pm. The map with the Redhawk route is available below. Visit TemeculaCA.gov/Holidays for more info, or follow @TemeculaParksandRec on social media. Residents are encouraged to stand outside on their porch or sidewalk to waive to Santa.
Since we can’t have Santa in Old Town, we’ll bring Santa to your neighborhood. Santa, Frosty and Rudolph will spend 13 nights visiting over 40 neighborhoods while social distancing in a holiday convertible. If it is raining, Santa will still be visiting you, but the top of the convertible will be on. We will encourage residents to stand in their driveways or nearest cross street in their jammies, glow necklaces and bring their holiday cheer."