April 2022 Community Newsletter
There’s been lots of questions on when water will be delivered. Our community receives water from a few sources. They have posted that water will be turned into the canals on April 22nd. It usually takes a little time to fill and flush lines and get things ready. We anticipate everything fully running by April 25th. It’s very important that everyone understand that due to current drought conditions, minimal irrigation storage water carried over from last irrigation season, and below normal snow pack, the 2022 irrigation season will result in the reduced delivery of irrigation water from the start of the season. Irrigation delivery will be reduced as necessary to stretch the water supply through the irrigation season as far as they can.
As water becomes available, please make sure you are watering no more than every other day, and spreading your watering times out. If everyone waters first thing in the morning, it will draw too much on the pumps, and they will shut down. If you notice low pressure or your sprinklers not coming all the way up during the time you are trying to water, adjust your timing. Keeping the pumps running will help ensure everyone can water.
Resident owners, of Vertex Pest Control, are hosting a community event on Saturday, April 16th from 1-5pm by the 2nd pool off Terri and Woodville. There will be a free raffle, lawn games, kids activities, and two food trucks. Come out and join in the fun.
Spring Farmers Market
The Spring Farmers Market is set for May 21st, from 9am-1pm. There will be over 40 vendors, two food trucks, and live music. It should be tons of fun!
Hillsdale Community 5K Fun Run
Join us for the first Hillsdale Community Fun Run and Food Drive. May 21st 8:30 am at Hillsdale Park. Walk or run the 5k route to support the Idaho Food Bank. Free for all ages with a 10 item food donation for all participants. A children’s 1k walk and run will also take place around the Hillsdale Park path. Following the race we will hold a raffle with prizes from our generous sponsors! Come join your neighbors in supporting the Idaho Food Bank!
Please remember to leash your pets when they are not on your property, and clean up after them. No excuses, keep our community safe and clean for everyone.
Eagle Road Project
The Ada County Highway District (ACHD) is designing future improvements for Eagle Road between Lake Hazel Road and Amity Road. The Purpose of the project is to improve traffic flow and increase safety for all users. Proposed improvements include winding to two lanes each direction with a center turn lane for five lanes total, a roundabout at Eagle and Taconic, a 10ft multi-use pathway on both sides of the road for pedestrians and bicyclists, curb and gutter, and medians to calm traffic. To learn more go to: bit.lyeaglelakehaz to learn more. If you have any questions you may reach out to Amber Morales, ACHD Project Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
April 16 – Spring Bash
May 21 – Community Farmer’s Market 9am-1pm
May 23 – Pools Open
June 11 – Spring Garage Sale
September 10 – Fall Garage Sale
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