Coopers COVID-19 Update
Cooper’s Management is closely monitoring both the CDC’s guidelines and Summit County’s response requirements to protect our staff and all Homeowners. Our main office is currently closed until further notice and our administrative staff will be working from home until Summit County changes their “Stay Home” policy. Please call or email us with any questions.
Essential Glenwild staff have also taken extra precautions including limiting Homeowner interactions at the Gatehouse by streamlining the package/mail service, increased sanitization of workspaces, wearing gloves/masks when appropriate, and practicing proper social distancing.
Director of Community Safety and Relations Update with John Coyle
We have successfully completed the first phase of the new gate system and are preparing to start, in the coming weeks: Construction Vehicle Access. All ‘new home construction’ related vehicles will be required to have a high visibility ‘hangtag’ style transponder displayed to enter and remain in Glenwild. The transponder will hang from the rear-view mirror and will only function during the designated hours and days allowed by Glenwild. Ingress and egress will only function at the construction gate (East Gate). These transponders will be deactivated after a fixed period of time. Along with the rollout of this program, we are working very closely with the General Contractors and subcontractors to reduce speeding and calm construction related traffic within the community.
I would also like to announce that the Main Gatehouse is now equipped with an AED (automated external defibrillator), full First Aid kit and two types of tourniquets: RATS (rapid applications tourniquet system) and CAT (combat application tourniquet). The Gatehouse staff are fully trained in the use of the AED and tourniquets. In any medical emergency call 911 before you contact the Gatehouse.
Thank you all very much for your continued support! Be well and be safe!
John Coyle – Director of Community Safety and Relations
Main Entry Landscape Improvements The landscape improvements at the Main Entry are underway! Earthworks has begun prepping the site – staging of equipment will occur at the Lifestyle Center and may limit parking temporarily. For safety, Earthworks anticipates no more than 3 staff members on site at anytime and they will position their own spot john as well. The Board do not anticipate any effects to Community access during this time and the project is targeted for completion before May 29th.
With Spring on our doorstep, we would like to remind all Homeowners of some simple tasks you may consider to ensure your home is ready for the change of season!
■ Clean gutters and downspouts
■ Examine roof for loose shingles
■ Check sprinkler lines and heads for damage
■ Inspect condition of exterior materials, including paint, and stain
■ Schedule weed abatement and tree spraying with a local provider
■ Consider an HVAC tune up for both furnace and AC
We have recently met with Comcast to discuss how they make repairs to their “pedestals” in the neighborhood (the green vertical boxes). Many of the Comcast pedestals have been damaged by various impacts over the past years. Since Glenwild is NOT on a bulk contract they will not automatically service the community at large. However, they will service individual accounts that call in for repairs to a pedestal. A service request may be called in at 800-934-6489. You do not need to be home for the pedestal repair to take place.
East Gate Renovation Planning The HOA Board is working with Architect Kevin Horn on a preliminary proposal for architectural work on the East gatehouse structure, gate relocation and landscaping, with the goal of breaking ground in 2021, subject to required Member voting/approval. The Board is also reviewing options for a possible HOA maintenance building at or within the current east park facility. Stay tuned!
Architectural Review Committee
Current construction in the Community includes:
Thirteen (13) homes under active construction
Two (2) homes under design review
One (1) home seeking permit with the County
With the spring months upon us and summer just around the corner, it is important that Homeowners consider any work their property may need. Now is the time to start inspecting roofs, siding, fences, porches, and windows for weathered paint, stain, and possible damage. Please remember, before you begin any major exterior modifications, ARC approval must be granted. Please contact Patty Winterer with any questions.
The Bill Engvall show has been rescheduled for 9.11.20! Any tickets purchased for the original date will remain valid for the show in September. Tickets are still available and all original HOA plans will remain in place for the September date to include a pre-party at the Lifestyle center followed by round-trip transportation. We will also be securing a handful of on-site dinner reservations prior to the show.
Tom Sherry recently resigned from his role as Communications Chair. The Board would like to welcome Tiffany Urrechaga to the Communications Committee. The Communications Committee will continue to research, refine and improve community communications platforms, including a more granular review of the Association website.
Park City Fire District (PCFD) will be presenting four virtual workshops on a range of helpful topics throughout the month of May. All presentations will take virtually at www.youtube.com/user/PCFDChannel
May 7th: Creating a Firewise Community
May 14th: Current Conditions & Predictions for Coming Fire Season
May 21st: Creating Defensible Space and Home Hardening
May 28th: The Ember Storm: The Most Common Cause of Home Loss
We would like to remind all Homeowners that they are encouraged to become involved in the HOA! Serving on a committee or the Board, attending HOA monthly meetings, asking questions, and calling or writing to the Board concerning your thoughts on the neighborhood are all ways to become involved in the Community!