Peregrine Newsletter – February 2021
Within each Peregrine Newsletter you will find general neighborhood information and updates that will help build our Peregrine community.
In this newsletter you will find:
– Connecting Socially – Instagram & now Facebook!
– Neighborhood Committee Updates – Scoop the Poop!
– Community Helpful Tips – Reducing your risk of mail theft
– Board Meeting Information – Feb 2 Meeting Minutes available
– Upcoming Dates – Community Egg Hunt Canceled
If you don’t see what you’re looking for here, check out the Peregrine Master Association website for all neighborhood information.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has really affected our community’s social events. We miss seeing you! Our plans are in place for 2021 events, but we are constantly watching county guidelines to keep you safe.
Whether we are posting pictures (#HOAPeregrine), making comments or just liking the posts, we can all share in #PeregrineLife!
Be Considerate: Scoop the Poop!
A Message from our Covenant Compliance Committee
Walking in our neighborhood is a stress-relieving activity…. until you step in dog excrement! While the majority of pet owners are responsible and pick up after their pets, there are still piles of poop on sidewalks and other common areas in the neighborhood. Thankfully, our HOA has invested in 11 pet stations placed around the neighborhood. Check out our Scoop the Poop blog for more details!
Be Peregrine Aware…Safety & Security Tips
Mail theft has been occurring in Peregrine recently. Here are some tips to reduce your risk of being a victim of this crime:
– Collect your mail daily and as close to delivery time as possible.
– Consider a locking mailbox, which makes it harder for thieves to access your mail.
– Research mailbox alarm devices that would alert you to when your mailbox is opened.
– Sign-up for USPS Informed Delivery so you know what to expect in your mail https://informeddelivery.usps.com/box/pages/intro/start.action
– Always choose tracking options when making a purchase so you receive updates when your package arrives.
We can’t guarantee these measures will prevent you from mail theft, but they are helpful tips to reduce your risk. Also, make sure to report any crimes to CSPD by calling the non-emergency police line at 719-444-7000. Even if you feel it is a minor crime, alerting CSPD provides them with valuable data for tracking criminal activity in the neighborhood.
2021 Peregrine Master Association Board Meetings
March’s Board Meeting will be held on
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10 at 6pm via Zoom.
Agenda will be emailed 1 week prior to the meeting.
Check out the February Board Meeting Minutes here.
– March 10 – Board Meeting – 6pm – via Zoom
– March 27 – Peregrine Community Egg Hunt – **CANCELED**
– May 17 – Peregrine’s 1st Neighborhood Chipping Event
We have planned social activities for 2021, but all events will be monitored closely given the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. First and foremost, our priority is to keep our community safe. We will monitor El Paso County Health Department protocols and make decisions accordingly. If you have suggestions or want to help, please email Michelle McArthur, our Social Events Committee Chair.
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