April San Elijo Hills Association Updates


HOA Board Meeting: Tuesday, April 29th

The next Board of Directors meeting will be on Tuesday, April 29th at 6:00PM in the multipurpose room of San Elijo Hills Elementary School. All homeowners are welcome to attend.

Pirate Party in the Park: Saturday, May 17th

Shiver me timbers and batten down the hatches! San Elijo Hills is excited to invite all our mateys to come celebrate spring with us pirate-style on Saturday, May 17th at Hilltop field of San Elijo Park from 2:00PM-5:00PM. Activities include:

Pirate craft station
Lawn games
Treasure Hunt
Obstacle course and bounce house
Concessions including popcorn and cotton candy
And more fun surprises!

The kids are sure to have a great time at this event! Feel free to come decked out in your pirate garb! We hope to see you there! Please feel free to contact Christine Cruz at ccruz@waltersmanagement.com with any questions!

Community Gardens

Spring has sprung here in San Elijo Hills! There are still spaces available in our community garden for rent! Participating in the garden is a great way to work on your green thumb and witness the fruits of your labor as your seedlings begin to sprout! If you are interested in reserving one of the planters, please contact Christine Cruz at ccruz@waltersamanegement.com. The yearly lease fee is $50.00 (plus a $25.00 refundable key deposit) and the planter is yours until March 31, 2015.

San Elijo Hills Foundation

The San Elijo Hills Foundation is a California public nonprofit organization created to support and enhance projects that improve the quality of community life within San Elijo Hills. Some past projects include the Sidewalk Saturday event, Turkey Classic Golf Tournament and facilitating the coordination of the shade structure in San Elijo Park.

Amazon Smile is a program that can help you donate to the Foundation easily!
It will donate .05% of sales price for each order placed when the San Elijo Hills Foundation is named as the charity of choice. Simply enter Amazon through the website address at http://smile.amazon.com. It will then prompt you to choose the nonprofit you would like to donate to (select San Elijo Hills Foundation). Once the charity is selected you can proceed to shop. If you are going to be shopping on Amazon anyway then you might as well help the Foundation at the same time!

Don’t forget to “Like” the San Elijo Hills Foundation on Facebook!

Open House Sign Policy

The San Elijo Hills Community Association has a very specific sign policy in place regarding Open House signs in the community implemented to keep our community beautiful! The San Elijo Hills Community Association’s governing documents prohibit the display of any non-Association signs in the Common Area.  The intent of the San Elijo Hills Open House Sign Policy is to (1) provide an acceptable means for homeowners to market homes for sale within the community; (2) reduce the number of open house signs used in the community; and (3) discourage the ‘alternative’ means of signage that have been used in the past (sign spinners, signs on cars, etc).

It is your responsibility as the homeowner to notify your agent of the policy prior to putting out their signage. If it does not follow the guidelines, it will be removed and disposed of. The Open House Policy can be found on our website www.sanelijohills.netfor your convenience. Thank you for your anticipated cooperation.

Fall 2014 San Elijo Hills AYSO League Registration

San Elijo Hills AYSO

AYSO Region 1505 has consistently provided quality youth soccer programs to the San Elijo Community and surrounding area for the past 9 years.

Our programs promote a fun, family environment based on the AYSO Six Philosophies.

Welcome to Our 10th Fall Season!

The season game start dates are as follows:

  • U5 Jamboree - 09/06
  • U6 – U8 Divisions - 08/23 (no games Labor Day weekend)
  • U10 – U16 Divisions - 08/16 (no games Labor Day weekend); Playoffs in November

Registration includes a 10-game season (weather and division size permitting), uniforms, pictures, and participation trophies. U5 Jamboree players will have 8 Jamboree days.

All players between ages 4 and 15 by July 31 are welcome to sign up. Visit www.sanelijoayso.org for registration, event dates, and additional information.

Register Online Now

On-line registration is now open but will close on June 15. Credit and debit cards are accepted. Registration fees are:

  • U5 Jamboree players – $65 (register by May 15th) / $75 (after May 15th)
  • U6 Division and above – $105 (register by May 15th) / $115 (after May 15th)

We are using a new registration system. If you didn’t register for our 2014 Spring League you will need to create a new account. You can register online by visiting our website (sanelijoayso.org) and clicking on the “Player Registration” link on the homepage.

Bradley Park plan OK’d, but funding tough | UTSanDiego.com

SAN MARCOS CA — Big plans have been hatched for Bradley Park — new football/soccer fields, another baseball field, improvements to existing fields and lots more parking.

Big plans, but they cost big money, more than $12 million. So now comes the search for funds. And that’s the big unknown.

San Marcos City Council last month approved a master plan for the 24-acre park, which sits along Rancho Santa Fe Road south of Linda Vista Drive. READ MORE via Bradley Park plan OK’d, but funding tough | UTSanDiego.com.

Local Girl Scouts join Vallecitos Water District in its war against sewer grease

Girl Scouts


San Marcos, CA – The next time Girl Scouts knock on doors in San Marcos it will have nothing to do with buying a sweet treat for yourself and everything to do with buying into a healthier environment for everyone.

This is because starting on April 13, 2014, girls from the organization’s Troop 4642 of San Marcos will be ditching the delicious cookies they usually sell to assist Vallecitos Water District in providing a community service by handing out free fat trappers to keep residents from pouring cooking grease down the drain and ultimately preventing sewer spills.

The fat-trappers, small containers housing multiple disposal bags to store used cooking grease, have been vital in the agency’s battle against excess fats, oils and grease that enter the sewer system to form blockages. Over time, these blockages can cause sewer spills which can pollute our creeks, lakes and beaches.

Although already free to the public, teaming up with troop 4642 will not only assist the girls in meeting their organization’s community education requirement, but will also assist the District in placing fat-trappers at more homes to further protect the environment.

Once the 8 and 9 year olds – who recently visited the District to receive background information on the community hazard caused by excess fats, oils and grease – complete their distribution of 45 fat trappers, they will receive a special Vallecitos Water District patch for their uniform and recognition from the District’s Board of Directors for their efforts at an upcoming meeting.

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New momentum for San Marcos Creek District | UTSanDiego.com

New momentum for San Marcos Creek District

City secures $26M in grants; first project approved

— After years of inactivity because of the economy and the demise of redevelopment agencies, there’s new momentum this year behind plans to create a large shopping and housing district on a 217-acre flood plain in the heart of San Marcos.

City officials recently secured $26 million in federal and state grants needed for $47 million in infrastructure work aimed at making the mostly empty area more appealing to developers.

That work is expected to begin in fall 2016 and conclude two years later, said Mike Edwards, the city’s director of public works.

READ MORE via New momentum for Creek District | UTSanDiego.com.

A Colorful Universe First Annual Meet & Greet! April 13, 2014 4-6pm

A Colorful Universe

First Annual Meet & Greet! April 13, 2014 4-6pm

*Meet our Instructors and Counselors! *Learn more about our various
Art Classes for Adults and Children, Clay, Glass, Camps and after-school programs!


Catherine Newhart, an international award winning artist will be teaching a step-by-step canvas art class for children and adults.

A Colorful Universe

Check Out our Website!

1523 San Elijo Rd. Ste. 106
San Marcos, CA 92078


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