Wolf Creek Maintenance Corporation
Thank you everyone for not shooting the messenger regarding the 4 day pool closure. At our Annual Meeting Monday night, several residents came to discuss the spa issue. It was a great and courteous conversation. At the end of the conversation, the board unanimously shared that we agree with all of the concerns and would restore our previous restriction if the law permitted it. This change was mandated upon us by our government. At this time, it is out of our hands. However, it is in the hands of parents. Please have your children use the restroom at minimum during the breaks and more often based upon your child's individual needs. Also, please keep in mind that the health risks for people of low body mass continues to exist and dehydration happens quickly.
Wolf Creek Maintenance Corporation
We have a probable code brown in the spa from a youngster. Due to the heat in the spa, the health department requires an extended amount of time for all of the pools to be closed. It could be up to four days. Our pool tech will be at the Community Center within an hour to monitor chemical readings and provide an estimate of how long the closure is anticipated. I will keep everyone up to date as soon as I receive an update. My hope is that we can drain the spa, fill it fresh and chemical blast it and have it up and running in 24 hrs. For those that want more information, the pools were closed at 6:30pm for a restroom break and inspection and all was fine. Within minutes of the pools re-opening, the code brown occurred. Parents, for your children's safety and the safety of all, please keep track of your child's bathroom needs and schedules so that we can prevent further closures.
There will be a Temecula Safety Event at Margarita Community Park this Saturday, July 13th, from 9 AM until 11 AM. The City is inviting everyone to drop by and ask any questions they might have about crime prevention in Temecula, the recent earthquakes, or wild fires in our area. Please download the flyer below to view more details regarding the event.
FROM THE CITY OF TEMECULA: The on-going roadway project on Pechanga Parkway requires temporary closure of Wolf Valley Road between Wolf Creek Dr N/S and Pechanga Parkway so that certain construction work can be completed. There will be message boards and detour signs throughout the area that will direct motorists to use Wolf Creek Dr N and/or Wolf Creek Dr S. We are targeting to have this work completed prior to school starting up in the fall (August 14) to minimize any impacts to the local residents and Association members. Please review the attached flier for additional information. The fliers are being distributed to homes in the area.
Hi everyone. After our pool party, the jets on the west side of the spa stopped working. We gave it a week or so to see if anything would free up. It didn't. So, last night Richard and I went out at 9pm to see if we could determine the cause and repair it. The cause was gum jammed into one of the nozzles which blocked air from the pumps. It was so hard that it could not be removed, but our pool tech was able to push it back into the supply line. While there, we also observed several pieces of gum stuck to the bottom of the spa and in the large pool as well. As an add'l update, the spa is starting to look a little green vs its normal blue. This is being caused by the large amount of chlorine now being pumped into the spa to counter act the increase in activity and likely urination in the spa by kids. Our pool tech has advised in the very near future that the spa will need to be drained and fresh water filled in order for the pool chemistry to be more efficient. This is a one day project and only the spa will be closed. The remainder of pools will be open. Our average chlorine consumption for all three pools has been a consistent 30 gallons per day. Now with the rule change permitting supervised children to use the spa, we are at 60+ gallons per day. The Wolf Creek Board wants everyone to have a great time using the facilities and we want to keep the pool safe to avoid illness. I would encourage everyone to discard their gum in a trash container prior to entering any of the pools. Parents, please keep track of your children's bathroom needs as warm water increases the urge to urinate. Together we can maintain a healthy and fun experience.