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Rental Maximum Reached

ATTN: We have reached our 20% Rental Maximum and will no longer be accepting any new leases at this time per our governing docs.

4.1 Leasing Restricted: Within the properties, Units may be leases, provided the total percentage of leased Units within the properties shall not exceed twenty percent (20%) of the total number of units within the properties. Upon the occurrence of a decrease below the 20% leasing cap, Units will be permitted to be leased on a first bona fide request, first permitted basis until the number of units which are lease reaches 20%, at which time no further Units shall be leased until the number of leased Units drops below 20%. 

Except for the Declarant, if a single entity (the same individual, investor group, partnership, or corporation) owns more than 10% of the total Units, no Unit in excess of the 10% of the total Units within the Properties which it (a) owns and occupies as their residence and (b) leases, may be leased. 

2021 February Winter Storm Tips from Ideal Homes Customer Care Team

Dear Homeowner,

 

With the extreme snow and cold weather, we have some tips that will hopefully help keep your home and your family from experiencing problems. All the forecasters have been saying for days that this storm will be historic in both the duration of extreme cold temperatures and combined with the amount of snow we will be getting in Oklahoma with several storm systems. We will make every attempt to get to your home if you experience an emergency type of situation regarding heating or plumbing but the roads may be impassible. In that case, you may wish to have a back up plan to stay somewhere else. If you find yourself in a situation where you need to leave your home and go somewhere else because of a heating issue, make sure to shut off the water shutoff valve in the house and at the water meter. If you need help with shutting off the water meter, you might try contacting the water department in your city or municipality.

 

Please know also, conditions are not safe for going outside for kids, adults or pets. The possibility of frost bite or hypothermia are very real with this type of storm. There are ponds or lakes near some of our communities and they are NOT safe to go near as they have slopes that you could slide on the ice or snow into the pond. The ice on ponds or lakes are also NOT safe to walk on, even if the ice looks thick. Please do not go near these areas.

 

Here are some tips that we are sharing during the storm:

 

Total loss of water- This can happen if the lines at the meter or underground freeze. We have already seen several no water calls that have been caused by a water softener and the lines freezing. The lines can freeze and even bust in the garage or if the lines run overhead into the attic. In this case, you will need to call the company that installed the water softener and ask if they can come look at it. If the line going into the home is frozen, plumbers cannot usually do anything to repair this. You can try placing a heat lamp into the water meter hole and then re-covering the meter.

 

Exhaust Vents- We recommend if the vent goes to the roof, occasionally run each exhaust fan, just one at a time for probably 10 minute increments WHILE it is snowing. This keeps the snow from packing into the vent, and then melting and dripping into the house. It is a good idea to run the dryer occasionally if the dryer vent also goes to the roof.

 

Heating in home- Keep all interior doors open to circulate air throughout the home. Also, it is a good idea to open closet doors as well as there are plumbing pipes and water lines in the walls. This can help keep those lines warmer. Make sure the filters are changed so air can circulate better throughout the house.

 

Geo Thermal- If you have a Geo thermal system, try to turn the temperature down closer to 68-70. This keeps the system from circulating water as often and will help to keep it warmer in the house. The ground temperatures are very cold and if you run it at a higher temperature on the thermostat, it can cause it to bring colder water through the system which will make the house feel cooler.

 

Dripping Faucets- Drip all interior faucets, sinks, showers, tubs to circulate water through the water lines to prevent freezing. If sink is on an outer wall, please keep cabinet doors open to get warmth to the inside of the cabinet where the water lines are located.

 

Washing Machine- Use caution when using a washing machine, especially if it is located on an outer wall. Drain lines can also freeze which could cause the pipe to overflow into the house. Monitor as the appliance drains to ensure it is not overflowing.

 

Heat Cable at furnace- The heat cable at the furnace helps to keep the condensation lines from freezing. This should have an orange light on. If the line doesn’t have an orange light, it is not working. Peel back the clear tape on the box that the cord runs through and hit the reset button. This is plugged in where the heater is plugged in and the reset is similar to the reset that is on a hairdryer.

 

Windows- Clear snow out of windows and watch for possible melted snow to get into windows. The type of powdery snow we will have can get between the screen and the window and then melt, possibly causing water to get on the wall or window sill.

 

Blowing Snow- Blowing, powdery snow can possibly infiltrate exhaust vents, eaves, soffit vents and other parts of your roof or attic. Ice Damming can also occur with heavier snow or ice. An ice dam is a ridge of ice that forms at the edge of a roof and prevents melting snow or water from draining off the roof. This water can back up behind the dam and leak into a home causing damage to walls and ceilings. With any leak, try to contain water as best as possible to keep it from further damaging the interior of your home. Move furniture or other belongings away from the area to prevent damage.

 

Exterior Faucets- These can freeze and bust, especially if a hose is left attached and not covered with a styrofoam cover. Do not turn these on during freezing weather. The next time they are used during warmer weather, turn on slowly at first and listen and check for any water coming in at wall or below baseboard or on flooring. If you cannot find a styrofoam cover at the local hardware store, a temporarily solution is to wrap and duct tape the faucet with batted insulation.

 

-Water Shut off valve- Locate the water shut off valve inside a closet in the home. In some locations, the water shutoff valve is in the mechanical closet. Turn the valve handle 90 degrees sideways to the water pipe if you have a plumbing pipe leaking. If you need to leave the house, if you’ve lost heat for any extended period of time, you should also turn the water supply at the water meter as well. Call city water department for instructions on how to shut off the meter at the street.

 

Sprinkler System- Make sure if you have a mock rock cover to check the heat tape and make sure it is turned on and running to help keep the lines from freezing. Make sure the GFCI outlet is not tripped. There is a ball valve in the main valve box that should also be turned off.

 

 

Even though Ideal Homes cannot warranty severe weather damage, as always we will help you after the storm if you need the phone numbers or names of any of our trades. Please stay safe during the storm.

 

Ideal Homes Customer Care Team

2021 HOA Dues

Valencia HOA would like to thank all homeowners that have paid there 2020 HOA dues.  The 2021 HOA statements have been mailed out.  Please contact CSolutions at 405-421-5983 or 405-640-7146 if you have not received a 2021 HOA statement.  Please click on the Financials tab and pay dues if you prefer to pay your HOA dues online.  You will need your account number that is located in the upper right hand portion of your HOA statement.   Please note there are additional fees for online payments.  Stay Safe and HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!

Valencia Community Blood Drive

Great News!

The Oklahoma Blood Institute will be hosting the Bedlam blood drive on Monday, October 19th from 3 pm – 7 pm at Park CentralBlood donation benefits everyone. The health benefits of donating blood are considerable—but of course, the most important part of the process is helping to save lives.  All donors will receive a free COVID-19 antibody test and your favorite OU/OSU Bedlam t-shirt while supplies last.  Thank you in advance for your support.

 

 

 

 

Phase IV Fence Project

Valencia Community,

Good News! 

Phase 4 Fence Project will start on October 19, 2020. This HOA Fence project will include portions of Abierto, Andalucia, Casero Dr. NW 183rd St, NW 184th Street, NW 185th Street, NW 186th Terrace, NW 187th Terrace.  Resto.  Phase 4 fence will match the phase 3 fence project previously installed  on Andalucia.

Please contact Angela, HOA Manger at 405-421-5983 if you have any questions or concerns regarding this project.

2020 Annual Gathering

This year, due to the Coronavirus Pandemic and in accordance to CDC guidelines, we will not be holding our Annual Home Owners Gathering as we have in the past.

The purpose of this gathering was to have the opportunity to meet one another in a social setting as well as to provide community information. With the latter in mind,  a copy of the June 2020 year to date financial report is available under the financial tab.

If you have any questions or concerns, we can be reached by phone or email. If you would prefer a “face to face” meeting, we can arrange to meet virtually. Our contact information is:

Angela Garcia, HOA Manager, 405-421-5983, cms@csolutionsok.com

Lydia Hawkins, Accounts Payable, 405-640-7146, lydia.hawkins@csolutionsok.com

Let us all work together towards a safe and healthy environment. Please take care of yourself and each other.

Sincerely,

Angela, HOA Manager

Lydia, HOA Accounting

 

C Solutions HOA Management

Considering the recent news regarding COVID-19, and out of abundance of caution,

C Solutions HOA Management Group will be working remotely. We will have access to emails, phones, and accounts. C Solutions will continue to provide the best service possible to all of our homeowners.

Playgrounds, pools, and clubhouses will remain closed at this time. Pool covers will be removed as scheduled; however, the pools’ opening date(s) will be determined as the situation continues to unfold. Since our office is closed, C Solutions will be unable to issue pool key cards/codes or gate remotes until our office reopens. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Please feel free to contact us by phone at 405-421-5983 or email at cms@csolutionsok.com should you have any questions and/or concerns.

C Solutions appreciates your patience and understanding during this time. Please stay safe.

2020 HOA Dues

Welcome to the new year.
If you are needing to pay your HOA dues and would like to pay online please click the financial tab and pay dues. You will need to set up an account and have your account number with you. Your account number will be located on your statement. If you do not have your statement, please contact the HOA at 405-421-5983 and the HOA will provide you with an account number. If paying by check or money order, please send it to Valencia HOA, 15100 South Western Ave. Suite 100, Oklahoma City, OK 73170. Payments can also be taken over the phone by contacting the HOA.

Thank you,
Angela|HOA Manager
405-421-5983
cms@csolutionsok.com

2019 HOA Annual Gathering

Please join CSolutions HOA Management and your neighbors for our 2019 Annual Gathering. Entrée, Drink and Dessert will be provided by the HOA.

Date: September 26, 2019
Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Location: Central Park

Roofing

Homeowners DRB Forms are required  before re-roofing your home.

Please fill out the DRB Form under the hyperlink forms at the top of the page.

 

Phase III Fence Project

Valencia Community,

Good News!  Phase 3 Fence Project will start on July 15, 2019. This HOA Fence project will include part of N.W. 182nd and Penn.    Please contact Angela, HOA Manger at 405-421-5983 if you have any questions or concerns regarding this project.

PHASE 2 FENCE PROJECT

Valencia Community,

Good News!  Phase 2 Fence Project will start on March 25, 2019. This HOA Fence project will include part of Cerrdo Circle, Bonito way, NW 183rd, Viento Dr. and Piedra Dr.   Please contact Angela, HOA Manger at 405-421-5983 if you have any questions or concerns regarding this project.

2019 HOA Dues

Welcome to the new year.
If you are needing to pay your HOA dues and would like to pay online please click the financial tab and pay dues. You will need to set up an account and have your account number with you. Your account number will be located on your statement. If you do not have your statement, please contact the HOA at 405-421-5983 and the HOA will provide you with an account number. If paying by check or money order, please send it to Valencia HOA, 15100 South Western Ave. Suite 100, Oklahoma City, OK 73170. Payments can also be taken over the phone by contacting the HOA.

Thank you,
Angela|HOA Manager
405-421-5983
cms@csolutionsok.com

What’s new?

For more information, please visit the Minutes Page.

Association Contact — You now have a new contact for your HOA. You may contact CSolutions at 405-421-5983 by email cms@csolutionsok.com

Association Dues — Thank you to those who have paid their dues. The Association will continue its collection process on all delinquent debt and may file liens on open balance accounts.

Splash Pads The opening date is Friday, May 25th. I would like to remind you of a few guidelines.

-splashpad is unsupervised, use at your own risk

-all children under 7 must have adult supervision

-toddlers must wear proper swim diapers

-please play in a courteous, safe, and family oriented manner

-dispose of trash properly

-glass containers and smoking are prohibited

-absolutely no firearms allowed

Valencia Amenities   — All of Valencia’s amenities are first come first serve and not subject for reservation. Also, if you use the parks and playgrounds, please haul off all excess trash that doesn’t fit in the trash can.

Valencia QR Fitness — If you haven’t notice by now, Valencia has QR Fitness. What’s QR Fitness you may asking yourself? If you walk along the east side trails starting at Park Central you’ll notice new signs that has the QR code. Take your phone, you may need to download the QR app prior, and scan the bar code and watch what happens! Enjoy and happy trials. 

Top News and More

For more information, please visit the Minutes Page.

Association Dues — Thank you to those who have paid their dues. The Association will continue its collection process on all delinquent debt and may file liens on open balance accounts.

Splash Pads The opening date is Wednesday, May 24th. I would like to remind you of a few guidelines.

-splashpad is unsupervised, use at your own risk

-all children under 7 must have adult supervision

-toddlers must wear proper swim diapers

-please play in a courteous, safe, and family oriented manner

-dispose of trash properly

-glass containers are prohibited

-smoking is also prohibited

-absolutely no firearms allowed

Valencia Amenities   — All of Valencia’s amenities are first come first serve and not subject for reservation. Also, if you use the parks and playgrounds, please haul off all excess trash that doesn’t fit in the trash can.

 

Stickers in Park Central

The HOA received word that there were stickers near the baseball field in Park Central.

Our Lawn Care Provider has been notified and will review the specific area today.

Once reviewed, then we’ll proceed accordingly.

Thank you.

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