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Oct 03

Access ID Cards Discounted During October

Posted to Association News by Adam Rosen

Your Access ID card is more than your key to unlocking amazing community amenities; it’s your identification as a resident of our community authorized to use those community assets. Our Community Patrol team use Access ID cards to verify residency when patrolling at the pools or the gym.

Each homeowner is entitled to two free Access ID cards. Additional cards can be purchased, and this month, the management team will offer Village at Vistancia cards* at a special discounted price of $6. This is a great chance to replace any lost cards or to purchase them for children who might not have their own cards yet.

Cards will be issued to those residing in the home; exceptions will be made in special circumstances. Youth must be 10 years old to have their own Access ID cards. Those ages 10-13 will only have access to the MVC Gym. At age 14, they can access all amenities.

I can’t stress enough the importance of carrying your Access ID card with you whenever using community amenities. Community Patrol will be conducting ID checks more often to ensure amenities are being used properly by residents and their guests. As a reminder, each homeowner is allowed to bring two guests. Those using the amenities without proper identification may be asked to leave the property.

Additionally, our maintenance team has recently added security alarms to the doors along the northern glass wall of the MVC Gym. These doors are now emergency exits and should not be used to grant entry to the building. Please use the doors at either end of the building, which are accessible with your Access ID cards. Opening the emergency exit doors will cause an alarm to sound.

Purchasing an Access ID card is simple. Stop by the Association Office between 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday to Friday and visit me at the front desk. An adult must accompany a child who needs an ID. The individual who will be using the card must be present, as the cards require a photo.

Please note: this is for a new or replacement ID. Residents may have one active ID card per person at a time.

*Residents of Acacia Grove and Primrose Estates can receive additional or replacement cards for those neighborhood amenities, as well, for an additional $6.
Jun 21

Landscape Cycle

Posted to Landscaping Tips by Adam Rosen

DLC Crews are continuing their work throughout The Village to improve the overall curb appeal of your common areas and get your plants and trees to a more manageable size.

To help us ensure that we are able to service all of your common areas, we create detailed plans for how we move throughout The Village, which we call our cycle. Most recently, we’ve been in Sonoran Views, Vista Pointe, Mountain Gate, Eagle Ridge, Sunrise, Sunset and Whispering Ridge. This cycle, our work has focused on:

• Lifting trees – trimming low-hanging branches so that there is proper clearance between the ground and the tree canopy

• Trimming shrubs – to reduce overgrowth, keep them at a smaller size and create an overall cleaner, neater appearance

• Blowing curb lines – which involves getting debris (leaf litter, decomposed granite) out of the curb so that the entire area looks neater.


Jun 21

Peoria Center for the Performing Arts Summer Music Series Kicks Off

Posted to Peoria News by Adam Rosen

The 10-week Summer Music Series at the Peoria Center for the Performing Arts (PCPA), began Tuesday with local artist Freddie Duran. The series features all local talent and is free to the public. The program runs from 7:30-8:30 p.m. every Tuesdayfrom 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. through Aug. 28, with the exception of July 3.   

The performances will be a diverse mix of genre including, latin, country rock, jazz, pop, rock and more. You must RSVP through TheaterWorks or call 623-815-7930.