Welcome to Village Serramonte Online!

This site is a private resourceĀ for owners and residents of the Village Serramonte Homeowners Association. Thanks for visiting! If you can't locate something on the site, come to the next board meeting. You can not only get answers to your questions, but also meet your neighbors!

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VILLAGE NEWS -


See the Village Newsletters here.


New Community Association Manager at the Village

Common Interest Management Services
Please welcome Emmalou Williamson, the new Community Association Manager for the Village.

 


Documents

PLEASE VOTE ON NEW DOCUMENTS

Here are the proposed new governing documents. Please read them carefully and cast your vote using the package you received in the mail.




 

PlumbingMessage From Your Board About Plumbing and What You Can Do to Save Money



Click here to see this important message from your board.

 

 


Board
Please note that the board meetings will now be heldĀ EVERY SECOND WEDNESDAY of each month at 7:15pm, unless otherwise posted. We invite you to come to the meeting and get involved with your community.

 


CoyoteCOYOTE ALERT

Please read this information about the recent coyote sitings in our neighborhood. And be careful!

 

Crime Alert

CRIME ALERT

If you see anything suspicious, please call the Daly City Police. They say they'd rather you call them and it turn out to be nothing than for you to not call them at all.

Do not let anyone in your building that you don't know, even if they say they live there; and do not let anyone in the gate with your phone unless you know them.

Daly City Police Department Provides Crime Report Newsletter by E-mail - Click here to see the DCPD crime newsletter sign-up form.

Daly City Crime Statistics - The Daly City Police Department has made this crime tracking application available on its website. You can access it here: Crime Statistics


 



Problems? Send a service request to Common Interest.

More News

Newsletters - You can read the latest Village newsletter here. The board is looking for someone to volunteer to do the newsletter. If you're interested, please contact .

RABIES ENDEMIC IN SAN MATEO COUNTY - Another reason to make sure your pets are on leashes while outside your unit (and, of course, vaccinated). Here are some facts and information.

Dog WhispererDog Walking Tips from The Dog Whisperer

And, don't forget: Your dog must always be on a leash when it's outside of your unit, and you are responsible for picking up its waste.

Water

Water Damage: Damage to the property from water-related causes can be prevented. Some important and often overlooked things that are listed as "homeowner responsibility" in the Maintenance Responsibility Checklist are: Lack of maintaining your shower drains, the caulking and grout around your showers and tubs, and the wax seals under your toilets. Also, remember that any work done in your unit must be done by licensed contractors or plumbers. These kinds of damage cost Village homeowners over $60,000 in 2012.

NEW:

 

Insurance Summary Now Available Here: If you are selling or refinancing, you can get a copy of the Village Insurance Summary in Documents.

fire

See "Safety Tips" for information about fire safety and what your responsibilities are as a homeowner.

 

 

Did You Know? - The Village website has an average of over 1,200 visits per month!

2016 Reserve Study Now Online - Please see it here. This report is very important to you. It tells you what to expect to spend in the future for your home.

Gate Remote Batteries: If you haven't changed batteries in your gate remotes since the gates were installed in 2008, you probably need to do that. The batteries are 23A, and can be found in many places including Radio Shack.

PG&E






See Pipeline and Safety Information from PG&E
- UPDATED!

PG&E has asked the board to get information to Village residents about their pipelines and safety because we are within about 2,000 feet of a gas pipeline. Please read this to see what to do in an emergency.



Financial Task Force
- At the December, 2011, VSHOA Board of Directors meeting, many homeowners showed up who were alarmed at the dues increase. Click here to see reports of the task force (their final report is now posted).