Common Area Facilities – The Board has made no changes and will continue with the final restriction for the Activity Center. The only restriction still in effect is the use of the Activity Center with an in-person limit of 90 people. Masks are no longer required; however, they are recommended to anyone who is not yet vaccinated. The HOA business meetings will continue to be held in the Activity Center by Zoom, if you feel you would prefer to attend the HOA Board or Committee meeting in person, you are now able to do so. Please be aware that in person attendees are seated behind the Board during the meeting.
Focus Civano – The Focus Civano team made its initial presentation at the Board meeting. Please contact the HOA office for a copy of the initial draft of the conceptual plan. As we continue to move forward with plans and preparations related to updating areas of Civano, additional Member input and volunteer solicitation will be forthcoming upon Board approval. Please look for future emails and notices related to this and how you can be more involved.
Code of Conduct for Board & Committee Members – The Board of Directors has adopted a code of conduct for Civano. Upon being elected to the Board or appointed to a committee volunteers will be asked to sign in agreement as part of their service. A fully executed copy will be made available on the website for your review.
DRC Committee Addition – Congratulations and thank you to Mary Miller who as appointed to fulfill a vacancy April 2022 on the DRC.
Security Camera System – The Board approved a new, upgraded camera and CCTV system for Civano. This will allow improved security review of the Activity Center and both pools total expense for install is less than $10,000 which was under budget for reserve expenses as determined by the Reserve Study.
Granite Replenishment and Pathway Repairs – This year, Civano increased its allotment for granite replenishment to $35,000, the hope is to get more granite down in those areas that are sparse and further repair pathways which have been washed out in the 2021 monsoons. Stay tuned for details related to the locations.
Other Items Mentioned/Discussed
An owner is concerned with what appears to be an increase in vacation rentals in Civano. There appears to be an increase in transient activity and unknowns. They would like to see increased enforcement for properties that are engaging in rentals of less than 30-days.
Owners requested that the landscape maintenance company review their horticulture practices for the best health of our trees and shrubs. They recommended using the Pima County Smartscape program.