Heavy rainfall during the month of September resulted in the large park area being flooded in over three foot of water. This flood water also covered the tennis courts and caused considerable damage to the surface. After the water had receded and the surface inspected, the board felt the surface may be unsafe to play on. Therefore, the tennis courts will be closed while possible solutions and costs are discussed. We know this may cause an inconvenience to our resident tennis players however safety is our utmost concern.
Help Keep our Parks and Walkways Clean
The community has "Doggie Poop Stations" in both park areas. Please be courteous to others and pick up your dog waste and dispose of properly. Your fellow neighbors will appreciate your efforts. Remember, our parks and walkways are there for everyone to enjoy.
Pool vandalism is a large item on the community’s annual budget. Please note that if you see vandalism in progress, please call the Chandler Police Department first and then let the community manager know what you saw. The association has a strict policy which they follow. That policy is that anyone caught vandalizing the pool area will be prosecuted.
If we work together to keep the pools clean and in good shape, it's not only a benefit to the community but helps keep your dues low too.
Who do I notify if I think I have roof rats?
Maricopa County Vector Control has a complaint line and Web Site for information and reporting purposes should you believe you have roof rats. The County can help you determine if you have a roof rat problem. Call the Maricopa County Environmental Complaint Line at 602-506-6616 or log your complaint on their website.
If you would like to do more research on roof rats, visit the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension website by clicking here.
Feral cat problems have been reported in our community, particularly in the Gardens area. If you would like to help form a neighborhood committee to control the feral cats in our community, please contact Seth at (480) 586-4390.
Below are a few links that you may find useful.
Keeping cats out of your yard
Information on the TNR (Trap-Nueter-Release) program:
Barking dogs can present a major problem within urban areas such as Chandler. While some people are very tolerant of dog barking, other citizens are sensitive to the disturbance. It is important to remember that many of our neighbors work various shifts and may be sleeping at times when we aren’t home and our dog could be barking. The ideal solution is to talk to your neighbor and resolve the issue.
You may also call the Barking Dog Hotline at 480-782-BARK (2275) to have information sent to a barking dog owner in your neighborhood or to receive a Barking Dog Information Packet by mail. The bleow link will take you directly to the Chandler Police Departments barking dog web site.
Greater Corona HOA
PO BOX 1847
Queen Creek, AZ 85142
Phone: (480) 987-0197
Fax: (480) 987-0252
L&B Association Consultants, LLC
Please contact the Property Manager for all general questions prior to contacting a board member. Most often the property manager will be able to assist you with your question or concern.