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July 2023 Edition

Happy Fourth of July

Please Celebrate Responsibly

 

Arizona House Bill 2298

Important Information

 

Arizona House Bill 2298 could have a huge impact on our community. This bill could potentially remove the overnight parking restrictions, a main reason that many people have moved into this neighborhood.

 

There are many reasons why keeping the overnight parking restrictions is very important to this community. In the next few months we are going to show case why we should vote “yes” in keeping the parking restriction.

 

Traffic Congestion and Safety Hazards:

 

Permitting overnight street parking often leads to increased traffic congestion. Vehicles parked on the sides of roads narrow the available space for moving traffic, resulting in bottlenecks and slowed flow. This congestion not only frustrates commuters but also poses safety risks by impeding emergency vehicle access and hindering pedestrian movement. Eliminating overnight street parking would help alleviate these issues and contribute to smoother traffic flow.

 

This would also increase the visibility for pedestrians as well as children headed to school. Growing up, an older sister to one of my best friends ran down the yard and in between two parked cars flanking their driveway. A delivery man ran her over, killing her and one main aggravating factor was the cars parked on the street blocking his view of the child. I recognize this an extreme example, but the principle relates directly to the question at hand.

 

 

Officer Harris, Mesa PD

Read the Whole AZ HB2298 Bill 

 

 

Augusta Ranch Community

Backpack/School Supplies Drive

June 27th – July 22nd

Bring in a backpack with school supplies and receive a gift certificate for a free hour in a bay at Top Tracer for your family. Gift certificates will be good for one year.

 

Drop off at golf course proshop or HOA onsite office.

Monday, July 24th we will be distributing the backpacks to the Augusta Ranch Community Schools.

 

 

 

Register on augustaranch.org

If you are not able to access the new website then you have NOT registered. Register HERE

Resident Portal Website
HOA Business Website

JULY EVENTS

Click on the Calendar to select a Specific Event

Fireworks

 

The use, discharge, or ignition of Arizona Permissible Consumer Fireworks is limited on private property, with the property owner’s permission. Use, discharge, or ignition is prohibited in all public parks, public retention basins, and public facilities.

 

 

Pursuant to A.R.S. 36-1609, a person shall not sell, or permit, or authorize the sale of Arizona permissible consumer fireworks to a person who is under 16 years of age. Legal Notice Signage

 

The sale and use of novelties known as snappers (pop-its), party poppers, glow worms, snakes, toy smoke devices, and sparklers is permitted at all times.

 

Legal consumer fireworks

  • Sparklers
  • Smoke devices
  • Novelties
  • Ground sparkling devices
  • Sparkling wheel devices
  • Ground based sparklers

 

Prohibited consumer fireworks

  • Sky rockets/bottle rockets
  • Firecrackers
  • Reloadable shell device/Roman candles
  • Aerials
  • Single tube device

 

Sky lanterns are illegal in Mesa

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

August 2023:

 

1st & 15th Trivia Nights

5th & 19th- Glowball Night Golf

16th -Texas Hold’em

19th- 1980’s Prom Party – Starry Night Theme

22nd – Bunco

29th – Regular Bingo

30th – Gnome Wreath Crafting with Anna

SCHOOL NOTIFICATIONS

Links to school calendars:

Augusta Ranch Elementary

Desert Ridge Junior High

Desert Ridge High School

YOUR SECURITY PATROL TEAM

If you need Security, call them directly at 480-518-3399.

 

Your Security Patrol Team

Here When You Need Them!

Security cannot respond to text messages,

as they are unable to authenticate the caller.

 

Augusta Ranch Security Patrol Team consists of three full-time armed guards licensed by the Arizona Department of Public Safety. The guards patrol our community approximately 18 hours per day, seven days a week, continuously changing schedules. They work through Valley Protective Services, Inc., and have a close working relationship with the Mesa Police Department, who may rely on our guards to assist when needed.

 

When is it appropriate to call Security? 

If it doesn’t look right to you, let our Security Team know. It takes all of us watching to help keep Augusta Ranch a safe place. Possible reasons to call Security might include parking violations, solicitors, trespassing, open garage door, criminal damage, animal control, lost/found property, and any suspicious activity, persons, or vehicles. For neighborhood non-emergencies, we’re here to help!

 

Augusta Ranch Security Patrol Team: 480-518-3399

To submit a security report online: 

https://Augustaranch.org/requestmanager.php

 

Mesa Police non-emergency line: 480-644-2211, option 2

https://www.mesaazpolice.gov/services/report-a-non-emergency-crime-online

Summary Report from Security for the month of July

To see the whole report please click HERE

 

* Overnight Parking for Recreational Vehicles

* Remember all parks close at 10PM

* Fourth of July Regulations

*No Burn Days

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