... a life better than the one we have as residents in Spring Valley? Like most of us, we moved here and call it home because the air is so clean, the streets are so quiet, the lake is so very blue, the trees are so spectacular, and of course, the Peak views are breathtaking. We always think of it as "The Peak," like there was no other. Don't you?
Grab your neighbor and come join us Saturday, June 10 from 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at the Pavilion to help clean up and keep our community common areas looking beautiful! Come prepared to work in clothes you don't mind getting dirty, work boots amd if you're able to bring rakes and shovels. We look forward to seeing you there!
It is that time of year again for SVPORC Board elections with three positions available. Board members must be a SVPORC member and a full-time resident. If you're interested in running for a position on the SVPORC Board, please submit your name, phone number, Spring Valley address and a brief bio or brief details you would like to share with your neighbors about your interest in serving on the Board - to be included with the Election Ballot. The deadline to submit information for Ballot consideration is Friday, June 16. Please submit information by email to email@example.com.
Elected Board members will be introduced at the SVPORC Annual Meeting scheduled for Saturday, July 29, 2023. The Board of Directors will then elect Officers of the Board at their first meeting following the annual meeting. For questions, please call 719.686.1825 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
It was suggested at a Board Meeting last year to get a group of community members together to mitigate for fire in our area. There is already an organization in place called the NoFloCo group. If we get 8 people to volunteer for the “Posse” in our area that would be part of this larger team we would be able to get a large group to work in our area to mitigate for fire danger. Please see some general information about what this group does below. If you are interested in participating or have any questions, please contact us through the website at email@example.com.
The NoFloCo Mission Statement is to assist property owners within the Wildland Urban Interface footprint with fire mitigation, fire awareness, forest health; to make the community safer from fire danger, improve property appearance, and have fun. NoFloCo Overview:We reside in one of the most extreme fire danger areas in the state of Colorado. We reside within the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI) and therefore we, as residents, must take responsibility for the mitigation of our private property well in advance of a wildland fire. We, as residents, need to assist each other in this endeavor, no effort is too small. We must Educate, Motivate, and Elevate.
All watercraft need to be registered at no cost to the owner in order to use on the lake. The watercraft must be removed from the area at the end of each day if you have not applied and paid for a docking slot (see application form below). Watercraft left overnight will be considered abandoned, which could result in the watercraft, and any oars etc. being confiscated or the owner could receive compounding fees, and the watercraft not being released until the fees are paid. Contact Ken Richardson at 303-532-6069 to register a watercraft. 2023 Watercraft Docking Application Form
Peak Alerts is the emergency Notification System for the El Paso and Teller County region. Sign up to receive Alerts for Fire & Fire Evaluations, Safety Notices, Law Enforcement Alerts and Missing Persons. Choose the method that's right for you: phone call, text, app, email, web, or fax. Register for emergency alerts at PeakAlerts.org.