It’s almost that time of year! Don’t miss out on an evening of cocktails, scrumptious appetizers, dinner, desert and dancing at the Bali Hai on December 8, 2023. Holiday party details coming in November. We hope to see you there!
Caltrans has scheduled two major 56-hour weekend closures in September through downtown San Diego on Interstate 5 (I-5) to repair the bridge deck over State Route 163 (SR-163). Crews will close lanes to repair the bridge deck in both directions of I-5 on separate weekends.
The southbound closure will begin at Interstate 8 (I-8) on Friday, September 8 at 9 p.m. through Monday September 11 at 5 a.m. with all traffic detoured to eastbound I-8. At least one lane of southbound I-5 will remain accessible from on-ramps south of I-8 for limited local and airport traffic. The Fifth Avenue on-ramp will be closed to limit the amount of traffic using the single lane through the construction area. Southbound I-5 through motorists is advised to take southbound Interstate 805 (I-805) before they are redirected eastbound on I-8 to avoid traffic delays through downtown. Click Here for more information.
Hurricane Hillary is expected to bring strong winds and rain to San Diego County as early as Saturday night, through Monday morning. Because of this, we are advising all residents to remove or secure any items (furniture cushions, umbrellas, tables, potted plants, heaters, etc.) on your balcony due to reported high winds this weekend. Many patio furniture cushions come with ties to keep them strapped down, however, if yours do not, these are usually the first item to fly off the balcony. You may not think that heavier items on your patio could be lifted off the deck by the wind due to perceived weight, but we have seen large items fly off patios causing a huge risk of serious damage to property or people below.
EverCharge will be on-site beginning 8/15/23 to install the infrastructure for the Electrical Vehicle Charger Project. There will be a substantial amount of noise coming from the garage this week due to drilling. Please feel free to email Kyndra Harnage at email@example.com if you have any questions about this project.
Because of a staffing issue due to illness, the trash chute project was postponed to Tuesday, July 25th from 8:00 a.m. through Friday, July 28 at 12:00 p.m., the trash chute will be closed so that the building’s engineering team can complete the cleaning and restoration of the trash room and the floors can be repainted with epoxy. This restoration will ensure the room is easy to clean and maintain, which will minimize the smell in the room from trash liquid that has been absorbed into the concrete. During this closure, residents will need to take their trash down through the elevators to the P1 garage level and dispose of trash bags into one of the two trash bins located on the North East side of the garage. We understand this closure is inconvenient, however, it is necessary in order to complete this project without any disruption or damage to the newly painted floors. When you need to take out your trash, we recommend calling down to the front desk and asking for the padded service elevator to ensure we limit any trash liquid from spilling on the elevator tile floors. In addition, the Management team will also be placing floor mats in each elevator as a precaution to provide other options for residents to quickly remove trash while protecting the elevator floors. We also recommend that you double bag your trash during this time to reduce any chance of spills in the common area while taking your trash down to the P1 garage level.
Once the trash room floors are completely dry and the trash bins can be placed back under the trash chute, Management will send a notification out to all of the residents indicating the trash chute is back open again. We appreciate your patience and understanding while this improvement takes place and don’t hesitate to reach out to the Management team if you have any follow-up questions or concerns.
In Observance of Independence Day, Ryan Preston and Kyndra Harnage will be out of the office on Tuesday, July 4, 2023. For immediate assistance, please contact the front desk at 619-238-8117. Management will reply to all other correspondence beginning Wednesday, July 5, 2023, when the office reopens. As a reminder, vendor work or vendor services are not permitted on Independence Day.
The mirrors in the garage are in place to help identify people and cars around the garage corners at the stop signs, the mirrors were previously adjusted to provide for better viewing around the ramps and to provide for safer navigation around the garage.
Please use caution when driving in the garage and remember to stop at all stop signs in the garage. As a reminder, speeding and driving through stop signs is considered a Serious Health and/or Safety Violation. First violation- $50 – $500, so please exercise caution while driving in and out of the garage.
Do you have a parking space available for use? The Association is in need of parking for the Grande North staff. The Grande North currently has 16 staff members. When parking is limited, the staff will then use guest parking which limits parking for the Grande North visitors. If you have a parking space that you are willing to loan short or long-term for the Association staff, that would be greatly appreciated! Please contact Kyndra Harnage at firstname.lastname@example.org or 619-238-8117 if you have a parking space you can spare.
In Observance of Memorial Day, Ryan Preston and Kyndra Harnage will be out of the office on Monday, May 29, 2023. For immediate assistance, please contact the front desk at 619-238-8117. Management will reply to all other correspondence beginning Tuesday, May 30, 2023, when the office reopens. As a reminder, vendor work or vendor services are not permitted on Memorial Day.
When your water filter has gone bad or has expired, you can purchase a new one at the front desk and install it yourself so that you are getting good filtration of your refrigerator water.