Announcements and upcoming events for San Elijo Hills Community Association

San Elijo Hills Fountain

Following is a list of important announcements and upcoming events for San Elijo Hills Community Association (HOA):

The Country Fair – (April 18th)

Come out and support your local San Elijo Elementary school on Saturday, April 18th for the 8th Annual SEES All-American Country Fair. The Country Fair is coordinated by the school’s PTO with the help of community volunteers and sponsors. It is always a hit with San Elijo Hills residents For All Ages! The Fair will be held on the school grounds from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The admission is FREE and you may buy tickets for food, drinks and games on the day of the event.

Attendees will enjoy the petting zoo, hand-led pony rides, double the traditional fair foods and treats, and double the international food trucks, carnival rides including something new this year: The Rock Wall, Water Bubbles and Water Rollers. Back by popular demand; are the The Land Zorb Balls. (These are the Human Hamster Balls where some will be on water and some will be on land.) Attendees will also have fun at the carnival games with prizes, jumpy slides, arts and crafts, a train for all ages to ride along Route 66. A limited addition plush Minecraft Enderdragon along with other Mindcraft stuff animals will be given away for the Prize Walk and much much more! There will be a Silent Auction with hundreds of items to bid on and enjoy. Be sure to stop by the main Stage, and catch the entertainment from some of the local Rising Stars in the community before they head off to Hollywood! For even more fun there will be a separate Karaoke Stage where you can join in and sing your favorite song to your heart’s content!!

For more information on this event, please email sanelijocountryfair@gmail.com.

HOA Board Meeting – (Tuesday, April 21st)

The next HOA Board of Director’s meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 21st at 6:00PM in the San Elijo Elementary School multipurpose room. All homeowners are welcome to attend. Agendas will be posted on the community website www.sanelijohills.net and at the Visitor Center prior to the meeting.

Trails Clean Up Day – (April 25th)

Trail Clean up is Saturday, April 25th from 9AM – 12noon. Meeting place is SEH Town Square. Registration starts on April 1st. To sign up please go to www.creektobay.org and search for “San Marcos – San Elijo Hills Trails” under North County. There will be prizes available for most unique item and also for most (by weight) dog waste collected. Students get community service hours/credits for participating.

Spring Fling/Pirate Party – (May 16th)

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 16th at Hilltop Field of San Elijo Park from Noon – 3:00 p.m.

Activities include:
Pirate themed games, events & craft stations
Treasure hunt
Obstacle course & bounce houses
Carnival themed concessions including popcorn and cotton candy
And more fun surprises!

We hope to see you there!

If you have questions please feel free to contact Ted Tuleck at sehdirector@waltersmanagement.com

Questhaven Park Maintenance Closures

Please be advised that we will be repairing the turf in the Questhaven Park over the next two months. This is an extensive project that will be completed in two phases in order to allow you to continue to use portions of the park during the renovation. The renovations will not impact your use of the playground.

The project began on March 16 and will continue through the end of May. Please follow all signage and do not use the areas that are closed. If residents do not follow the signs and use areas before they are re-opened, we may need to extend the project.

Please limit your use of the turf areas when the grass is wet, and please report commercial use to Walters Management. If you are able to provide us with the business contact information, we will be happy to follow-up with the commercial entity in order to protect our parks while suggesting alternatives within the city for their use.

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