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Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 August 2014 11:07)

 

Upcoming Road Work

road work Upcoming Road Work!

Paving contractors will be out on Monday, October 13th to fill cracks on streets

within Stonebriar. Please allow for more time traveling in and out of the community.

We appreciate your patience during this process.


Any questions, please contact:  Chaney Hicks, General Manager (916)235-8671

Last Updated (Tuesday, 26 August 2014 13:18)

 

Message From the President

I am proud to serve as the District’s Board President for 2014. It is a job I take very seriously and together with the Board, will strive to continue the positive work being done on behalf of the three communities it serves. The RHCSD is tasked with the responsibility for maintaining the safety and infrastructure of its roads, parks, and open space. This year, in an effort to continually keep maintenance costs in line, the District went out to bid on its landscape maintenance services and as a result, executed a contract with a new service provider which took effect in January; did major cleaning of storm drains as a result of the extensive flooding experienced early in the year; and purchased two pet waste removal stations, which suggestion originated from a resident. In 2013 the Board purchased audio/visual/projection equipment for use at community events; cut and scrapped additional fire breaks around the open space perimeters; and performed road maintenance as a result of asphalt failures on Montecito and Manchester. The District again supported the annual 4th of July event which has now become a tradition at Stonebriar Park due to the tireless efforts of organizer Nina Shouse and her team.  The biggest project currently under way continues to be the development of a Master Plan for the District which will be the foundation upon which future operations, maintenance, improvements, and development are based. We continue to welcome your involvement in this process. I appreciate how busy life can be but hope that you will be able to join us at one of our monthly Board meetings to see first-hand your District’s work in progress.  Please feel free to contact me any time with questions, suggestions, or comments at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Matt Sites, Rolling Hills CSD Board President

Last Updated (Friday, 04 July 2014 15:03)

 

Parking Safety

Please help prevent your parked vehicle from becoming a safety hazard.  Help educate your visitors too!

1. No parking at fire access roads.

2. No parking on the roads within Springfield Meadows.

3. Maintain 100 feet of visibility by parking further away from stop signs and corners.

4. Do not park in crosswalks. Although not always marked, crosswalks exist near every stop sign. A blocked crosswalk forces pedestrians into the street where a driver's view is obstructed.

5. Avoid constricting traffic flow by not parking cars nearby or across from each other, especially on narrow lanes or those roads specifically marked for no parking.

6. Do not park on sidewalks.  Walkers and bicyclists are in danger when they have to move into the street to avoid your parked vehicle blocking the sidewalk.

Thank you for helping to keep our neighborhoods safe.

Last Updated (Sunday, 14 July 2013 16:10)

 

Dog Duty - Pet Waste Stations Installed!

With the great volunteer help of our local Boy Scout Troop, two pet waste stations have been installed in the District to provide easy access to waste bags so you can pick up after your dogs and keep our neighborhood clean.  Thank you to the Boy Scouts!

Last Updated (Sunday, 15 June 2014 10:51)