Homeowners, please be vigilant as we enter the holiday season. Do not leave unattended packages on your front porches; have them sent to a workplace or someone’s home who will be there to collect them when they are delivered. Keep your outdoor/driveway lights on at night to deter prowlers in the shadows. Watch out for your neighbors, too, especially if they go out of town for an extended period of time. Report anything suspicious, and keep our neighborhoods safe.
Neighborhood Watch is simply a group of neighbors willing to cultivate relationships and communicate regularly to help reduce incidences of crime in their neighborhood. Each group is educated in general crime prevention, how to safely observe suspicious activity, and how and when to report the activity (first to the Police and then to each other). Learn more about how to form and support a Neighborhood Watch in your area: https://cspd.coloradosprings.gov/content/neighborhood-watch
Any person wanting to start a Neighborhood Watch contact the Colorado Springs Police Department, Falcon Division, Officer Bret Ambuehl, 444-7246.
On-street parking has increased, as have violation notices. Streets lined with parked cars reduce the visual quality of our neighborhoods and create obstacles during winter weather. Cars must first be parked in garages, then driveways. Parking on the street is for short-term guests and visitors. The Board is requesting homeowners take additional effort to make our community more attractive.
The 2017 Annual General Meeting of the Pine Creek Village Association, Inc. will be held on Wednesday, November 15, 2017 at 6:00 pm in the Community Room at Fire Station 19, 2490 Research Parkway.
The meeting agenda is being mailed to residents and you can download the same announcement at: http://www.pcva.org/uploads/7/8/8/7/78875826/2017_pcva_annual_general_meeting_agenda__oct__27_2017_.pdf
Please remember that seasonal decorative lighting installed over the winter holidays may be installed on or after November 1, however, that lighting may only be lit from November 15 - January 15. Please plan ahead to have your lights up and down as noted in the community guidelines (para 2.16.2).