We are so glad you’ve chosen to live in Arbor. Our community is staged for a leap in growth this next year, so we hope you are ready! Each month we will send out a newsletter via email to update residents on what’s going on in the neighborhood, or remind you rules, and share information. Please reach out to Management should you have any questions. We are looking forward to working with you all in building up this community.
Important Watering Schedule
The Arbor Owners Association receives its water from Pioneer Irrigation District. A specific allotment of water is distributed to the community during the irrigation season, and water that is not captured and used within the community continues to flow downstream. The reservoirs did not fill this year, for the second year in a row, and a short irrigation season appears inevitable. It appears that water shortages will be seen in the valley. Most areas will experience water reductions to prolong the irrigation season. Pioneer has yet to announce any shortage for Arbor, but we do want residents to be prepared if it comes. Any shortfall in irrigation will require residents to supplement with their house water and hose. Because of this possible shortage, it’s important that all our residents are following the established water schedule:
· Even ending addresses water Monday, Wednesday, Friday
· Odd ending addresses water Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
· Sunday is a makeup day for the common areas.
This schedule should allow the system to distribute water evenly throughout the community, so pressure is maintained. If everyone waters at the same time/day, it creates too much demand on the system and simply drains the water available more rapidly than it can be replaced causing the pumps to lose pressure and eventually shut down. Once pressure is lost, no one can water, and with limited water, we need to do our best to make sure everyone can irrigate. Everyone is on the honor system in watering on their days. If you see someone not following the schedule, please remind them in a courteous manner. We encourage good watering habits, and hope everyone will be mindful of what they are watering and when they are watering. The Association will be making adjustments to the common areas as well. It’s always a great idea to be prepared, so don’t wait to buy a hose or sprinkler when everyone runs out of irrigation water. Get these items now if you don’t already have them. If we all do our part as a community, we will have a successful irrigation season.
Example: 10082 Silversun is an even ending address, and should water Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
The pool is open and families are already enjoying the water. Please remember some very important rules:
1) Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult (18 years of age or older). Children between 13 and 17 years of age may not watch younger children.
2) No animals, bicycles, skateboards, rollerblades, scooters, or play balls of any type are permitted in the pool area.
3) Food should be kept away from the pool, and please put trash in the trash can.
4) No glass, smoking, or alcohol is permitted.
5) No oversized inflatables or inner tubes, and use of pool toys should be used with consideration of others also using the pool.
If you have not yet received a pool key, you may stop in the Brighton office at 2929 W. Navigator Dr. Suite 400, Meridian, ID 83642, Mon-Thurs 8am-4:30pm and Fri 8am-noon, and pick one up from the receptionist. If something is left behind, check the lost and found bucket. Know that this will regularly be cleaned out, so we are not harboring dirty laundry all season. Let’s all be courteous and this will be a great pool season for everyone!
4th of July
We wish everyone a very safe and wonderful 4th of July. Our office will be closed Monday, July 5th in observance of the holiday. Please remember to use caution when lighting fireworks. There are a lot of great tips online provided by the National Safety Council.
It’s been reported that residents are double-parking in driveways or when using the driveway are not pulling forward enough and blocking the sidewalks. This forces neighbors and kids into the streets when trying to use the sidewalk. Please keep sidewalks clear.
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