Your community newsletter is now available on the website. To access the prior months/years newsletters, please visit the Newsletter Page.
Please find the newly adopted Emergency Rules re: Reopening of Common Areas – COVID-19.
Management would like to kindly ask residents and guests to please dispose of facemasks in the garbage cans located within the community. Doggie doo-doo should also be cleaned up by the accompanying walker at the time of exit. We appreciate all efforts to keep our community safe & clean.
The Association is seeking volunteers for the Community Social Committee. Every year the Committee puts together wonderful events for the residents of Tierra Shores. Sadly, this year we have several vacancies and are at risk of not having Community events for the holiday season. As they say it “takes a village” and this year we’re asking you to look at your schedules and open a few hours to volunteer and organize this year’s events.
We need someone to head up and chair the Committee along with volunteers to assist – no experience needed, just a willingness to jump in and help! The Association will fully fund the events – there will be no out of pocket expense for our volunteers!
To volunteer, please contact your on-site Associate Manager, Annette Chavez at direct: 951.301.6614.
In this busy time, we appreciation your consideration!
Wishing everyone a safe holiday season!
Please see the attached document which describes the procedures as we open the community amenities. Please review the document and keep it for your files.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Serina Washington/Annette Chavez
Saturdays & Sundays: 8:00AM -10:00PM
*If the guard is not present upon your arrival, please call 909-553-6332 for prompt service
Monday – Friday: 2:00PM – 10:00PM
- Pool hours are 2:00 PM to 10 PM
- Persons under the age of 14 are not allowed in the spa
- Reservations are still recommended but we can also accommodate walk-ins pending availability. You are welcome to stay an extra hour if space is available but will be asked to exit the pool area for 10 minutes so guards can sanitize the area
- Masks ARE required when:
- signing in with the guard
- walking around pool area (to/from restroom)
- Masks are NOT required when:
- sitting at tables or on lounge chairs
- when in water
- Unruly behavior will not be permitted in the pool area. Residents in violation will be asked to leave
- Main entrance/BBQ exit gates to pool will be deactivated the guard will allow entry based on availability
- Rippling Water + Angler Lane entrance gates will now close from midnight until 6:00 AM
- Paddle boats are open Monday – Sunday at 2:30, 3:30, 4:30 PM
Questions or concerns should be directed to Management or addressed at the next Board Meeting on June 24th.
If you have received a letter from the County of Riverside that pertains to Tierra Shores and Parcels/APN Numbers, please disregard.
We are working with the County and Tax Collector’s Office to determine if these belong to the Association and are correct or if there has been a mistake with the APN Numbers listed.
Please make sure that you complete the 2019 pool registration form. NO ONE will be allowed to enter the pool area without a proximity card and having submitted the pool form. Once you have completed this form, please forward it to the on-site office. The pool monitor will not be able to accept this form nor provide access to the facility.
Additionally, homeowners/renters that have been suspended will not be authorized to utilize the pool, spa and BBQ area.
Update as of July 24, 2019 at 2:00 a.m. PST
Great news! 😛
The well has been up and running as of Saturday, July 20, 2019.
It will continue to run until the lake is full.
I would like to update you all on the inspection results of the pumping equipment that was recovered from the bottom of the well.
It’s unfortunate to report that there are some problems. The vendor removed the end-cap of the sand perpetrator, and found that it was completely plugged with filter pack, aka gravel. This gravel is what filters the water coming into the well. The presence of this much gravel, is an indicator that a hole may have developed in the well casing, allowing gravel to intrude. It looks as though the pump has been passing gravel as well, this has caused the impeller skirt to wear thin, and break.
A video will need to be performed to see where the gravel may be coming from.
I would also like to inform you that the Board called an emergency meeting yesterday and approved the equipment needing to be replaced as well as the video log.