Park Guidelines During Shelter-in-Place
Residents who use the Rancho Solano park are asked to observe current health guidelines and only use the park while keeping a six foot distance from each other. It is not feasible to disinfect the play structure, so residents should avoid using the structure and only use open space where they can safely maintain their distance.
Easter Egg Hunt Canceled
Please see below for more details.
Please note the Park Committee meeting has also been canceled.
Kelly Company Operations During Shelter-in-Place
To comply with the shelter-in-place mandate, the Kelly Company is closed to the public, but is available to residents via e-mail and by phone at 707-447-7797 during business hours.
Temporary Change to Parking Procedures
On March 26, at a Special Meeting, prompted in part by the Covid-19 virus outbreak, the Board of Directors voted to approve a temporary change to the HOA's parking procedures to alleviate concerns caused by an increase in family members sheltered together in the community. The changes are primarily focused on Parking Permits, which are still issued from the Rancho Solano Kiosk, as followed:
Obtain a parking pass from security per the regular process and display it on the vehicle's dash;
Passes obtained during California's shelter-in-place order will not be counted against a resident's annual allotment of passes;
A pass will now be valid for up to 30 days. If the shelter-in-place order is still in place after 30 days, another 30 day pass can be obtained.
Please Note: Cars parked in the street during the hours of 2-5 a.m. that do not have a pass will continue to be ticketed per the regular policy.
We understand that normal routines of homeowners have been disrupted by the Coronavirus outbreak and we hope this change will allow us to continue to track unfamiliar vehicles in our community, while at the same time support families presented with parking challenges, as we are all working through this together.
When Accessing or Exiting Open Space, Please Secure Cattle Gates Behind You
It is crucial that everyone accessing open space areas within the community MAKE SURE that fence gates are SECURELY closed behind them. We are having a large problem with people not securing gates and allowing cattle to exit the hillsides. This obviously risks safety and can cause property damage, and it is a serious problem, which has also created significant challenges for our rancher. In some cases, the gates are being left open due to carelessness and in other cases the gates have been damaged due to vandalism. Our open spaces are one of the most valued aspects of our community, and it's very important that we access them while also keeping the cattle secure.
Grocery/Medication Pickup for Rancho Solano Seniors
The Village at Rancho Solano is offering to help seniors living in the Rancho Solano community. They can pick-up groceries, medications and other necessary items (this does not include restaurant orders) within Fairfield. They can do this Tuesday thru Saturday.
Seniors must call in their order to the appropriate business and the Village will pick it up. They will deliver to the senior’s door step. They will not go into homes. Interested seniors should call or email the contact below by 11:00 a.m. with the request and contact information. Items will be to residents by 3:00 p.m. the same day. Please note: they will not exchange any money. Items must be paid for in advance to the appropriate businesses.
Many thanks to our neighbors from The Village!
For information, contact:
Denise Gassen | Sales Director
The Village at Rancho Solano Assisted Living and Memory Care
3350 Cherry Hills Court
O 707.425.3588 | M 707-718-0488
Important Golf Course Reminder
In order to comply with Solano County’s shelter-in-place, the Rancho Solano golf course is currently closed. The golf course management would like to remind residents to refrain from illegally using the golf course, including the cart paths, for personal use such as hitting balls, cycling or dog walking. The city-owned golf course is a valued part of our community and it’s important to support their efforts to maintain the course anytime it is closed.
Next Community Event
EASTER EGG HUNT CANCELED
In order to comply with national recommendations and state shelter-in-place mandates, we have canceled this year's Easter Egg Hunt. The Park Committee puts in a lot of planning work for these events, and we are sad to cancel the event, but need to prioritize safety. The Park Committee is looking at ways they can possibly hand out candy at a future park event. Thank you.
Please feel free to contact us with your comments and suggestions.