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No, your account numbers are different for each entity, so you’ll have to make separate payments.
Absolutely, you are also a member of the Vistancia Village A Community Association and enjoy those benefits, as well. Please note, however, these amenities use a different Access ID card.
Street parking is allowed during the day, but parking in Acacia Grove and Primrose Estates is not allowed between the hours of 12 a.m. – 5 p.m. If residents or visitors plan on having their vehicles parked in the community during this time, please utilize the visitor parking spaces available. Vehicles that are parked on the street during this time will be cited by parking enforcement.
There are limited visitor parking spaces located within Acacia Grove and Primrose Estates that are open for residents and their visitors on a first come first serve basis. These parking spaces are not to be used for any kind of vehicle storage or project car maintenance. We kindly request that you please utilize your garage space or store at an off-site facility. Typical signs of an abandoned and/or stored vehicle are it's gathering dust, has cobwebs, has expired tags, or has significant damage, like a flat tire or broken window. The Compliance Team conducts regular patrols and will tow vehicles at the owner's expense if a vehicle appears abandoned in visitor parking spaces. Your cooperation is greatly appreciated in helping us maintain a safe and compliant community.
Yes, it is illegal to park in the fire lanes marked with City of Peoria street signs. These lanes are crucial for emergency vehicle access. The Compliance Team conducts regular patrols and will tow vehicles at the owner's expense if parked in restricted areas. Your cooperation in this matter is greatly appreciated and contributes to the overall safety and well-being of our community.
Feel free to give the Association Office a call or stop by so we can assist you. Replacement cards are available at the Association Office for $12. If you're a renter, you might need updated lease information.
Contact the Association Office to report your card as lost/stolen. We will deactivate the card to prevent unauthorized use.
There are a variety of fees, depending on the neighborhood. View the fees here.
If you live in a gated parcel or the sub-association, add the quarterly Vistancia Village A assessment to that of your neighborhood; in the sub-association, remember to multiply the total by three because it’s monthly. You can also view the quarterly assessment information here.
No, if you notice criminal or suspicious activity, please call the Peoria Police Department at 623-773-8311. In the event of an emergency, call 911.
The Design Guidelines are reviewed regularly, and the Board can enact or review policies at any time. Changing the CC&Rs or Bylaws requires a formal vote of the Association membership.
A schedule of monthly codes is emailed to homeowners at the start of each year and provided to new residents when they receive Access ID cards. If you need assistance, please call the Association Office at 623-215-8646.
Please contact the Association Office at 623-215-8646 or report the issue on SeeClickFix to notify the Maintenance Team.
You can always call the Association Office at 623-215-8646 or submit your request in SeeClickFix.
Active participation in the voting process is more than a civic duty; it's an opportunity for residents to ensure their voices resonate in the decisions shaping the community's direction. From financial strategies to amenity management and regulatory frameworks, the Board's decisions wield a direct influence on the daily lives and property values of residents. By participating in the election, homeowners exercise their right to shape these choices, understanding that each vote can shape the community's future.
A well-participated election is a powerful tool for holding the Board accountable. Homeowners, by investing time in the voting process, actively engage in the governance of the community, fostering an environment where board members are responsive to the evolving needs and desires of the residents. In the act of voting, residents gain the opportunity to select individuals who bring invaluable skills and experiences to the Board. From financial acumen to legal expertise and property management proficiency, these elected leaders shape the community's financial health and overall quality of life.
Votes are cast via both paper and electronic ballot. Digital votes are cast through Vote HOA Now, while paper ballots can be requested from the Executive Director or picked up at the Association Office. Information about voting is distributed through our eNews before the Annual Meeting.
Vote HOA Now will send an email to homeowners using the email that is on file in the homeowner's HOA account portal. The email will contain information about how to vote along with a voting PIN that is unique to each voter. Homeowners will need to follow the link in the email and use their PIN to vote digitally.
It is important for each homeowner to have their current email on file to ensure they receive the voting notices. If you would like to update your account, click here. If you need assistance updating your email, please contact the Association Office.
The information about the Annual Meeting will be sent to residents in three separate ways. The information will be sent via email from Vote HOA Now, by postcard from the Association, and communicated through our weekly eNews. However, your unique voter PIN will only be sent via email from Vote HOA Now. If you need your unique voter PIN, please contact Cullen Boswell at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please contact Cullen Boswell at email@example.com to receive your PIN.
Information video: Vote HOA Now Online Voting Demonstration.
Paper ballots are readily available at the Association Office or can be requested through the Executive Director, Teresa Kaknevicius. Homeowners can fill out their ballot at home or in the Association Office, but ballots must be placed in the ballot box located in the Association Office prior to the Annual Meeting. Unique ballots will also be available at the Annual Meeting for attendees who haven't voted.
If you are a lot owner and in good standing with the Vistancia Village A Community Association, certainly! We encourage all residents to consider becoming involved with their community.
When elected, a Board Member will serve a two-year term. At the end of their term, it is up to the Board Members if they would like to run for election again.
There are a variety of committees in The Village at Vistancia. Complete a Committee Interest Form, which will be reviewed by the Board of Directors. If there are committee openings, you will be contacted shortly.
Committees have designated meeting times each month. Meeting schedules are included in our eNews.
Yes! Our full archive is available here.
We will try our best to accommodate your request. Submit your request to Communications Manager, Cullen Boswell.
First, resubmit your information through our sign-up page. If that doesn’t work, contact Cullen Boswell.
Outside contributions are considered on a case-by-case basis. Feel free to submit your entry by contacting Cullen Boswell.
We are in every neighborhood no less than four (4) days each week, including the night patrol team. We do visual inspections of all sides of the property. We do this from the street, sidewalk, or common area. We do not go onto private property. We also use Google Maps, Zillow, or other public sites and receive photos from your neighbors.
No, the compliance team does not use a drone for the inspections.
Due to the variety of religious and other holiday seasons that fall between November and December, decorations may be put up by November 1 and must be removed by January 31. For other seasonal holidays, decorations may be put up three weeks before the holiday and must be removed within two weeks after the holiday.
If you are receiving a letter, so is your neighbor. Due to privacy laws, we won’t share what steps we have taken with your neighbor, just as we don’t discuss your home with them.
The definition of a weed is a wild plant growing where it is not wanted. Sometimes seeds are picked up by the wind and land in your yard from all types of vegetation. If the vegetation is not on your approved landscape plans, please remove these seedlings to prevent the yard from becoming overgrown in time, even if they have pretty flowers.
We send Courtesy letters as a friendly reminder because sometimes it takes two sets of eyes to identify the concern. Some species of vegetation require planting in a specific season. Trees themselves can be costly and they take time to coordinate with a landscaper. Please simply reach out to the compliance team to discuss a timeline that will work best for your household to avoid escalation of the letter.
Reach out to the compliance team. We are more than happy to correct our mistake if one has been made. We are always willing to help you understand the rules and what the violation/concern is.
The Board of Directors permits the staff to waive fines. If you are not a repeat offender and it is out of the norm for you to receive a fine, reach out to us. We are more than happy to get that waived. If the office staff has already waived several and states they no longer can waive anymore, you can file an appeal with the Board of Directors.
Perimeter walls and view fences are shared, either with your neighbor or the community. Given that these are shared, that includes the expense of repair. Critter guard/snake fencing (with approval from the Design Review Committee) can be placed on the inside of the view fence. The outside of the view fence is owned by the association.
Holiday decorations can be placed out three (3) weeks before the holiday and must be taken down within two (2) weeks after. The only exception to that is the winter holiday season. Decorations may be put up from November 1st and must come down by January 31st. If you want to put something out and leave it up for an extended amount of time or even year-round, you will need to submit a Home Modification application to the Design Review Committee.
The fourteen (14) day cure period is for all violations. There are two (2) exceptions set forth by the Board, parking is 24 hours and Short-Term Rental is seven (7) days. We know it doesn’t take 14 days to put a trash can away and we know that a house rarely can be painted in 14 days. If you are unable to address any concern noted in a letter (tree trimming/paint/irrigation repairs etc. within that time frame, just reach out to us. We work with residents every day to come up with a plan that works for each individual household.
You can use whichever brand of paint you prefer, but the paint needs to be matched to the approved colors from Dunn Edwards or Sherwin Williams, depending on your neighborhood.
Yes, but only with a variance. Residents are allowed to park these large vehicles on the street for four nights per month.
Applications are due by 12 p.m. on the Friday before each Design Review Committee meeting.
Any change to the exterior of your home, front yard/side yard/backyard/under the ground or up to the moon must go through the Design Review Committee. When replacing like for like (same species of tree in the same location or replacing broken roof tile with same color/style/texture etc. then that is considered maintenance and not a change. This rule was put in place by the developer before the first house was even built.
You should file an appeal with the Committee. They will have you come to the next meeting, and you can discuss it directly with them. If you do not reach an agreement with the Committee, the next step would be to file an appeal with the Board. All Board decisions are final.
Rentals are only available to residents. If you know someone who lives in the community, they can sponsor your event, but be aware, they assume all liability and must be present for the entire duration of the rental.
The Mountain Vista Club and Foothills Pool are not rentable spaces for private parties.
If you're a resident of The Village at Vistancia, you are able to rent the Clubhouse or the Card and Craft room. You can learn more about facility rentals here.
If you're interested in sponsoring an event, please fill out the Sponsorship Interest Form.
In order to register for an event through CivicRec, you must be a resident of The Village at Vistancia. You can set up your account and register for events on CivicRec here. If you need help using CivicRec, please reference our guide here.
Event registration is announced on Mondays in our Lifestyle eNews. Make sure you are signed up for our eNews so you can be one of the first ones on the list, especially for the signature events that sell out quickly.
If you were added to a waitlist, that means that registration for an event is currently full. You will be contacted by a member of the Lifestyle Team if a spot opens up for you to attend.
Any events that require a fee, will require residents to register prior to the event. Same-day sales are not accepted for larger signature events like Eggstravaganza, Hallowscream, and Santa's Village. This ensures that the Lifestyle Team can properly plan for the number of residents attending the event and also so that anyone who is not a resident of the community can't access the event.
SeeClickFix is an easy way for residents to report concerns directly to the City and have department staff follow up to resolve the issues. Please use a detailed address, description, and photo (if possible) to give as much information to the Management Team, Landscape Vendors, and Maintenance so they can investigate and determine the best way to address your concerns. You are encouraged to enter your email address on reports in order to get automated updates on the status of your issue as staff works to resolve it. This system is best suited to respond to non-emergency service requests that can be assigned to staff and addressed in a timely manner. Issues requiring immediate attention should be reported to community patrol at 480-313-2685. To report any criminal activity or immediate public safety concerns, please contact the Peoria Police Non-Emergency Line at 623-773-8311 as this system is not monitored 24/7.
SeeClickFix is an additional resource for community members to report issues and concerns. Using the app is an efficient way to raise awareness within the Community without having to make a phone call. The app streamlines the process of submitting a photo, description of the issue and location; also, SeeClickFix allows you to track the status of reported issues.
Any criminal activity or immediate public safety concerns should be reported directly to the Peoria Police Non-Emergency Line at 623-773-8311.
You will automatically receive updates on your request if you create a free SeeClickFix account.
The Management Staff, Landscape Vendors, and Maintenance Team receive many requests per day, and each departments does their best to respond in a timely manner. If you submitted a request and it hasn't been resolved, please be patient as staff is processing requests in the order that they come in.
There is no cost to residents to use SeeClickFix. The app is free to download and the browser version is also free.
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Yes! Our full archive is available in the Document Center, under Communications.
Of course! If you're currently not receiving an issue of the magazine and would like to be added to the mailing list, please contact Cullen Boswell.
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