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Measure A Materials Posted

February 2, 2017

Measure A is officially on the May 2, 2017 ballot!

To help inform our community on Measure A, we have created a page on this site specifically for information on this revenue measure intended to fund road improvements and other Saddle Creek CSD services into the future.  Click here to view the Measure A information page; and updates are posted often.

On December 20, 2016, the Saddle Creek CSD Board of Directors adopted a Resolution that places Measure A on the ballot for the May 2, 2017 election.  May 2 is an all-mail ballot election to be conducted by the Calaveras County Elections Department. All voters registered in Calaveras County, within the Saddle Creek CSD will receive a ballot and are eligible to vote on Measure A.  The full text of the Board’s Resolution can be downloaded below by clicking on the following:  Special Tax Resolution.

If approved, the Measure A Special Tax will replace the existing special tax originally approved in the year 2000.  If Measure A is not approved, the existing tax will remain in place.

The Measure A tax revenue, if approved must only be spent on the specific items listed below:

(1) Pavement condition improvement and maintenance of all District roadways,
(2) Maintenance and improvement of those storm drain facilities dedicated to and accepted by the District or otherwise owned by the District,
(3) Operations and maintenance of District-owned lighting for streets and pathways,
(4) Operating the District-owned privacy gates located at the entrances to Saddle Creek,
(5) Operating the communication system to maintain contact with the internal and external public safety personnel,
(6) Monitoring, controlling and registering guests that are invitees of District customers and other visitors within the District,
(7) Weed and Mosquito Abatement,
(8) Landscape maintenance of ponds, wetland areas and related features and appurtenances,
(9) Maintenance and replacement of landscaping along and within the roads owned by the District,
(10) Ordinary maintenance of park facilities,
(11) Purchase, repair, replacement and maintenance of the vehicles, tools and equipment to support District services,
(12) Administrative services, including but not limited to staffing, consultants, legal fees and insurance

Town Hall Meeting Sunday January 22nd

January 20, 2017

Please find below the Agenda for this Sunday, January 22nd, 2017 below.

This will be the first of three Town Hall Meetings scheduled to inform the community about the District’s Road Improvement and Operations funding measure on the May 2, 2017 ballot as Measure A. There will be time for a question and answer period following the presentation.

January 22nd, 2017 Meeting Agenda

December 20, 2016 Meeting Minutes added

January 16, 2017

We are sorry for the delay, and the draft meeting minutes from December 20, 2016 are now posted on the Board meeting page for consideration at the January 17, 2017 meeting.

Owen Bramlett Honored, Management Objectives and Gate Agreement on 1-17-17 Agenda!

January 13, 2017

The full packet of agenda supporting materials has now been posted on the Board meeting page.  If you choose to not download the entire packet, you can download individual agenda item files on the Board meeting page.  See you there!

January 17, 2017 Regular Board Meeting Agenda Posted

January 13, 2017

The Agenda has been posted for the upcoming regular board meeting of your Saddle Creek CSD.  Click here to review the meeting agenda.  Materials supporting the items on the agenda will be published to the website once completed.  We look forward to seeing you there!

Town Hall Meetings Scheduled

January 2, 2017

Saddle Creek Town Hall Meetings

Hosted by the Saddle Creek CSD – Click here to download the Town Hall Meeting Flyer.

Road Improvement and Operations Special Tax Election Date: May 2, 2017

Please join us for one or more informational town hall meetings regarding the proposed special tax for road improvements

All Meetings to be held at the Saddle Creek Lodge, 3:00PM—Grandview Room

Sunday, January 22nd

Tuesday, March 14th

Saturday, March 25th

These meetings will be provided for the purpose of   informing the community on the use of the proposed special tax as well as to provide an opportunity for community questions and feedback.

Thank you,

Saddle Creek Community Services District

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Additional Information on Entrance Gate Operation

December 27, 2016

Change in Gate Operations Effective January 1, 2017

With the upcoming changes in the operation of our community entrance gate, we wanted to provide information that was originally posted here in 2013, when the gates were first upgraded to operate automatically when unattended.  You can find the April 17, 2103 post by clicking here or perusing past district posts.

The information below expands on and better defines the five gate access options discussed in our recent post on the changes in gate operations.

Overview of Entrance Gate System, Entry Options:

  1. Home Link System: The three (3) buttons on the sun visor or headliner of newer cars can be programmed to open the gate. If your vehicle was programmed under the old system it will continue to work under the upgraded system. If you never activated this option with your existing vehicle or if you have purchased a new vehicle and you want to activate this system please call the CSD for an appointment to do so at no charge.
  2. Call Box: When your guest calls you press the number 9 on your phone to open the gate. You must have a (209) 785-xxx phone number to use this option.
  3. Gate Clickers: This option is available to all properties in the community. Two gate clickers are provided to each residence. Additional gate clickers may be purchased from the CSD for $40.00 each.
  4. Access Card: An access card  (approximately the size of a credit card) may be purchased from the CSD for $10.00. A card reader has been installed at the entry gates. The gates will open when the access card is passed in front of the card reader.
  5. Five Digit Entry Code: Upon request, the CSD will issue a five (5) digit code to each residence. Residents may provide this code to medical personnel, family members, housekeepers or others they want to have access to their residence. The gate opens when the access code is entered into the key pad at the gate entry. In the event you have given the code to someone who you no longer want to have access to your residence contact the CSD and the code will be changed.

If you would like to order additional gate clickers, access cards, or would like a five-digit entry code, please print, complete and return the Request for Gate Access.  Instructions are on the form.

Contact CSD Site Manager Greg Hebard at 785-0100 with questions regarding the new entry system.