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We're the Rivers Community Association, a group made up of residential property owners like you.
If you're like us, you chose to live in The Rivers because of its quiet residential lifestyle and convenient location. You made an investment in your property, one that depends on keeping The Rivers an exceptional community.|
Every owner within The Rivers is a member of the Association.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who cleans our streets?
The Association pays Metro Sweeping to sweep the private streets once each month- usually the first Wednesday of the month. Lighthouse Drive is a public street.
How do I appeal my property tax assessment?
See the Yolo County Assessor web page. Click on Assessment Appeal (305 AH 6-08).
Does Regatta have a Homeowners Association?
Regatta does have its own HOA. The owners there pay to both the Regatta HOA and the Rivers HOA. Rivers pays for the street landscaping.
We are experiencing a power failure - what should I do?
If you are home when the power fails, if even briefly, contact PG&E at 800.743.5000. Apparently system lights flash for a couple of hours after a power failure. If someone calls, they will send someone to check the lines (e.g. look for the lights). If they find the lights, they can better troubleshoot, and, hopefully, identify a cause and solve the problem.
I have a raccoon problem - what should I do?
A homeowner should contact the Ag. Commissioner at 530-666-8140. They in turn have the Trapper phone you for all the particulars. Your call will be returned within a day or so. Recommended bait (courtesy of a Rivers resident) - a mixture of anchovies and peanut butter
Where can I learn about past development plans for the Rivers?
One source: a copy of the 157 page document presented in a 2006 City Council public hearing regarding Phase II of the Rivers may be downloaded
How can I find information about the gate codes?
Contact FirstService Residential for current gate codes and access information... more info
What is the process for changing Community Guidelines?
The proposed change must first be presented to the Board... more info
What is the process for contacting Security?
Curator currently provides 24-hour security patrol services to your community. Thus, we are available at all times to respond to a residents need... more info
Is the clubhouse available for my own group?
The clubhouse is available for private use by Rivers homeowners... more info
How do I report a street light that is out?
The City is responsible for the street lights on Lighthouse Drive and on Fountain Drive up to the gate. All other lights including Watercolor and Watercourse are private streets and the streetlights are repaired by the Association.
Where can I park?
Cars must be parked in the garage first. The garage cannot be converted or altered so as not to permit for vehicle parking.
... more info
How can I conserve water?
From Belinda Arthurs, City Public Works Department, as presented at the May 2009 Homeowners Meeting
Your Irrigation System Setup
Water Conservation Examples
Your Water Controller
Common Interest Development and Homeowners Associations
The term “common interest development” (CID) describes a form of real estate and home ownership that gives individual owners access to common property and facilities... more info
Association Membership and Assessments
Membership in the homeowners association is an automatic and integral component of purchasing a home in a CID.
The assessment amount is determined by DRE-mandated budgetary guidelines for ongoing maintenance of a community...
Homeowner Residence and Common Areas
One of the benefits of association living is the reliable network of resources already in place to respond to questions or requests homeowners may have about a number of topics, including:
- Their home's interior
- Their home's exterior
- The community's common area
- The association's annual assessment
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