CPI is currently grinding concrete trip hazards on the property that create trip hazard liabilities for our community. Areas marked with green paint will be addressed as there is time and budget. However, we are still trying to arrest the issue.
Trip hazards are significant legal issue for HOAs and deferred maintenance can lead to additional costs. Please read the Davis Stirling Act – Trip hazards for more information. The board must maintain cognizance of these hazards and address them appropriately.
Where possible, grinding the sidewalks will remediate the trip hazard issue.
However, when the concrete becomes too thin for grinding, that area of the sidewalk must be replaced. These areas are most commonly caused by tree roots that have to also be dug out and removed.
Once removed, new concrete is poured and covered with lumber.
However, several people have lifted up the boards and drawn images, handprints and letters on the concrete. This defaces the property and can negatively affect impact home values. It can also turn off potential bidders and renters who may be considering living at PVN.
WARNING: This is considered VANDALISM. Anyone caught defacing our property in this manner will result in swift action from the board and be subject to the replacement cost of that area of concrete.
OWNERS: Please ensure your renters understand the Rules and Regulations for the community. Owners are required to provide renters a copy of these rules and regulations. Click here to see more information.