Your revamped community website, FirstService Residential Connect, went live at https://stevensonranchhoa.connectresident.com/. What does this mean for you?
For starters, you can now CONNECT to:
Devices: We know that being connected anytime, from anywhere and from any platform is essential for homeowners. To that end, your website’s updated and responsive layout is designed to support desktop, tablet and mobile displays.
Your Personal Homeowner Account: A self-service platform lets you communicate with your management team, submit service requests, check account balance information download forms and documents, manage your visitor list, obtain package information and much more.
Events and Happenings: Got a case of FOMO*? Never miss a thing by utilizing the new community calendar feature to stay in-the-know on happenings within your community.
Neighbors: An optional resident directory enables easier interactions with fellow residents. Of course, homeowner privacy is a top priority, so this feature is activated only for those who choose to opt-in. Information:
Have a quick question? No problem. Visit the FAQ section of your community website to get answers to some of your most common association questions. Peace of Mind: Get the highest level of protection with up-to-date security and strict privacy settings.
Click here to see the approved locking mailboxes for Stevenn Ranch HOA. Must choose the most similar in current shape, size and color as the existing mailboxes on your street.
Check out the Burrtec Summer 2019 newsletter here:
The City of Santa Clarita would like the residents of Stevenson Ranch to participate in an online community survey to provide input and submit comments or questions regarding a Transportation Development Plan. The more feedback they receive from the community, the better the Plan will reflect the community’s mobility needs and priorities. Please visit the online survey at www.SantaClaritaTDP2018.com
Release of Final Supplemental EIR
This message provides an update on the Santa Clarita Valley Sanitation District’s (SCV Sanitation District’s) efforts to comply with the State-mandated limit on chloride (salt) in the treated wastewater (sewage) produced by all homes and businesses connected to the Santa Clarita Valley’s sewer system. You are receiving this message because you had previously expressed interest in this project. If you no longer wish to receive such communications, please reply with the word “unsubscribe” in your email.
- In October 2013, after nearly two years of extensive public input, meetings, hearings, and environmental review, the SCV Sanitation District Board of Directors approved a project to comply with the State-mandated chloride limit.
- The SCV Sanitation District proposes to modify one component of the approved chloride compliance project—the approach to brine management. The proposed project modification is to replace deep well injection with the addition of enhanced brine concentration equipment at the VWRP and limited trucking of concentrated brine (an average of 6 trucks per day, 10 maximum, during off-peak hours) to an existing industrial facility, the Los Angeles County Sanitation Districts’ Joint Water Pollution Control Plant in Carson.
- A new focused environmental review process began in September 2015 to analyze the environmental impacts of the proposed brine concentration equipment at the Valencia WRP and the limited trucking operation. A Draft Supplemental EIR was released for public review in late 2015 and concludes that the modified compliance project would not result in any significant impacts to the environment.
- A Final Supplemental EIR has been prepared that provides responses to all comments received during the public review period. This document is available at the link below.
- The SCV Sanitation District Board of Directors is scheduled to consider certification of the Final Supplemental EIR at its March 23, 2016 meeting, which will be held at 6:00 p.m. at Santa Clarita City Hall. There will be an opportunity for public comment at this meeting.
For More Information
For information about the recent court ruling on the EIR certified in 2013, visit http://www.lacsd.org/wastewater/scvchloridecompliance/the_approved_chloride_compliance_plan_and_environmental_impact_report/stmtfeb2016courtrulingscveir.asp
For information about chloride compliance, visit our website at http://www.lacsd.org/wastewater/scvchloridecompliance/scvsdseir/default.asp or contact Mr. Bryan Langpap at 562-908-4288, extension 2770 or at email@example.com.
MARK GILJUM, PE | Civil Engineer | Facilities Planning | 562.908.4288 ext. 2456
SANITATION DISTRICTS OF LOS ANGELES COUNTY | 1955 Workman Mill Road, Whittier, CA 90601
Converting Waste Into Resources | www.LACSD.org
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