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Antelope Valley Right-of-Ways, Dumpsters & Covenants
Posted on Apr 2nd, 2016 Comments (0)
Per a decision made, in the February 9, 2016 AVI&SD Board meeting, the Antelope Valley Improvement & Service District Board of Director’s are asking that no dumpsters, physical structures, vehicles, etcetera are situated or parked within the Street Right-Of-Ways in the subdivision.  There are quite a few of the dumpsters within the Street Right-Of-Ways and a lot of dumpsters and garbage roll out cans, that are visible to all or most lots around them. 
The Covenants states in Article IV-Section 9 – Trash Collection: “All rubbish, trash and garbage shall be regularly removed from the Properties, and shall not be allowed to accumulate thereon.  Each lot owner shall be responsible for arranging for private monthly pickup and removal of garbage.  All clothes lines, refuse containers, woodpiles, storage area and machinery and equipment shall be prohibited upon any lot, unless obscured from view of adjoining lots and streets, by a fence or appropriate screen.  Each owner shall be responsible for insuring that water drainage is continuous in the portion of the lot which adjoins the roadways in front of the lots.”
There have been some questions from property owners as to where they can position the dumpster enclosures that are not within the street right-of-way.   Certified letters have been sent to homeowners, notifying them of having dumpsters in violation and asking them to please move them out of the Right-of-Way and also enclose them.  However, this applies to all properties within Antelope Valley Phase I and II, and Pinnacle Heights Phases I and II by extension of Antelope Valley’s covenants.  Property owners will have until April 30, 2016 to have these covenant violations corrected.  Enforcement against those not complying by April 30th, 2016 will begin in May, 2016.
The street easements within the Antelope Valley Subdivision are dedicated street easements, and not part of individually plated lots.  These easements are 60 feet in width;  however, when the developer constructed the streets they did not place them exactly in the center of the easements.   It is the property owners’ responsibility to ensure that any development, and structures erected, on their property be with in their property boundaries, and not blocking any easements.  The advice of AVI&SD board is that if you do not know where your physical property boundaries are located, before constructing or planting anything on your property, that you have your physical property corners located. 
The utility easements are only for the use of the utility companies to provide services to the lots within the subdivision.  They are not intended to be used as an egress to other properties.  The utility easement within your plated property boundaries is part of your property, and not for use by anyone but you, and the utility companies.  Should development or building occur, or anything is planted, within the dedicated easements, the property owner will be liable for the expense of removal, if necessary, for utility service construction, or maintenance purposes.
Please remember that any development or building needs to be submitted to the Architectural Control Committee for approval, and may need to be permitted through the County Public Works Department,  specifically any work with in the street right-of-ways.
PLEASE REMEMBER TO CALL FOR UTILITY LOCATES (1-800-849-2476) BEFORE DOING ANY WORK ON YOUR PROPERTY!
 
 
2015 CCR is now online
Posted on Mar 18th, 2016 Comments (0)
The Antelope Valley Consumer Confidence Report is now online for 2015, under Documents.
You can also request a copy from the AVI&SD Office.
 
Covenant Signing
Posted on May 15th, 2015 Comments (0)
Sheree is now also calling Antelope Valley Homeowners to set up a time that she can come by your home and have you sign the Proposed New Covenants.  The number is 307-660-5486.  If she hasn't called you yet and you would like to get with her, please give her a call at the above number and set up a time for her to come by your home.  The Antelope Valley & Improvement Service District Board has asked Sheree to go home to home in Antelope Valley and let the homeowners know about the new Covenants that are needing to be approved.  She will explain them and she will have the signature papers with her, so if you would like to sign up to see these new Covenants go into effect, she will be the one to visit with.  If you would like to have a copy of your signature page, please let Sheree know and we will get a copy out to you.  Thank you and she is looking forward to visiting with each and every one of you.
 
Antelope Valley Water Systems
Posted on Aug 24th, 2012
 
If you have a water emergency, you can reach the office at 682-4452 between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon, or you can reach the answering service at either 682-4452 or 687-4861 after hours and they can assist you in contacting someone right away. 
 
 
Roaming Dogs
Posted on Mar 21st, 2012 Comments (0)
LOOSE DOGS
 
AV Homeowner's Association has been informed by the County Animal Control Department, that if you feel threatened in any way, or if loose dogs are seen frequently on and around other people's property, your first call should be to the Animal Control Department. They will maintain records of calls, and they are the only entity enabled to enforce County codes and/or fines. The Campbell County Sheriff's Animal Control telephone number is 307/682-7271.
 
 
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Antelope Valley Improvement & Service District Board May Meeting
Wednesday, April 20th to Friday, May 20th
The Antelope Valley Improvement & Service District's May Board Meeting will be held on May 10, 2016 at 7:15 p.m. at 6304 Irving Blvd., Trend Building.