The pool will be closed all day on Monday July 6th and Tuesday July 7th to address the pool leak and the tile cleaning and seal. The tile will be repaired and re-sealed on Monday and require a 24 hour drying process. The leak detector will be there Tuesday to investigate the leak as well as use a locator to determine where the blockage or cap is for the wader pool. An evaporation test will be performed over the two days so we can determine the actual amount that evaporates each day as well as the amount leaking. Thank you for your patience and we regret any inconvenience this might create.
In response to a rise in property crime in the Wolf Creek neighborhood, Board Members Brad Sullivan and Ray McLaughlin have been meeting with Temecula Chief of Police Jeff Kubel, City Manager Aaron Adams, Assistant City Manager Greg Butler and the crime prevention team.
These multiple meetings have been extremely productive and as a result, the City and Police of Temecula are partnering with Wolf Creek on a beta program designed to reduce criminal activity.
The key term here is partnering. The residents of Wolf Creek need to be the eyes and ears for the Temecula Police. If you see anything that causes you to be suspicious and it is a non-emergency situation, you are urged to call “951-696-help ext 5”. The Temecula PD will send a unit to investigate. If you witness an emergency please call 911.
The City Manager’s office has created a custom designed Neighborhood Watch Sign that includes the above non-emergency number as well as the Temecula PD and Wolf Creek logos. The Crime Prevention officers did an analysis on pedestrian and vehicle traffic in Wolf Creek as well as an analysis of where our property crimes are occurring.
Based on that analysis, the new signs will be posted at all locations our current Neighborhood Watch Signs are located as well as key areas determined by crime prevention. The goal, increase the number of solid leads to the police department and reduce the number of property crimes.
To supplement this, the Temecula PD and Crime Prevention have offered to come to the community and teach concepts in reducing neighborhood crimes, inspections of exterior of homes if requested to provide a checklist of ideas to make your home less of a target. Please know that with advance notice, the Wolf Creek Community Room is available for these meetings.
Wolf Creek will continue to expand our Neighborhood Watch programs and assist with organizing and keeping active all our watch programs.
This is a Beta program and careful statistical analysis and continued modifications will occur to reduce criminal activity. If this program and its future modifications demonstrate a reduction in crime, the city will consider offering this program to other HOA’s in Temecula. Let’s all work together to make Wolf Creek and Temecula a safe and beautiful neighborhood.
The large pool at the community center will be closed until noon today so vendors may perform a leak detection test. The spa and wader will be open at this time. Please check back for updates and/or further announcements.
The Wolf Creek Lifestyles Board is sponsoring our Wolf Creek Pool Grand Re-Opening! Please join your neighbors for fun, food and refreshments on June 20, 2015 from 11 AM to 2 PM!
*No reservations are needed for this event.