Manager’s messages

April 2020 Newsletter


Free Kitchen Sink Strainers

Fats, Oils, Grease, Coffee Grinds, Rice, Pasta & other starches should not go down the Drain. Use the trash for disposal.

Free Kitchen Sink Strainers are available from Management or Security.


March 2020 Newsletter

Alta Owners Association

Courtesy Reminders  

GARAGE PARKING – MOTORCYCLES/SCOOTERS
Motorcycles may not park with a vehicle in a single vehicle parking space. One vehicle per parking space. Please contact Management to purchase Motorcycle parking.  

GARAGE PARKING – OIL STAINS
Please use and monitor the condition of oil catching and absorbing materials underneath your vehicle to prevent excessive staining. Excessive oil leaks and stains caused by a user’s vehicle will be subject to fines.  

SMOKING – DISPOSING OF CIGARETTE BUTTS
Throwing cigarette butts over the balcony is a fire hazard! Please be courteous of your neighbors and dispose of your cigarette butts properly.  We recently received complaints about patio furniture being destroyed due to lit cigarettes being disposed of over the balcony. 

STORAGE ROOMS – PERSONAL PROPERTY IN COMMON AREA Please store your personal property within the confines of your storage locker and not in common areas, blocking the isle ways. The custodial staff works diligently to ensure the storage areas are clean of debris. Please dispose of trash properly. 

TRASH – BULK & LARGE ITEMS
Please do not leave large trash items outside the trash dumpster areas. Residents must organize removal of these items from the premises. Please contact Management for assistance.  

Pool Renovation Project Update

As of March 12, 2020, the pool podium deck waterproofing has been completed. We are now ready for the deck tiles to be installed. The rains have caused a couple of non-work days, which has slightly affected the schedule. Pacific Coast Construction is strategizing with all stakeholders to minimize the adverse effect that the weather is causing. The closure of guest parking has been extended until further notice due to the need of having a staging area for material deliveries. We appreciate your patience and cooperation.  We will continue to update the community as progress is achieved.  

January 2020 Newsletter

Alta Owners Association

Courtesy Reminders  

HOLIDAY LIGHTING REMOVAL
All holiday lighting and decorations are required to be removed and stored no later than January 10th.

BALCONY RULES
Hanging towels or laundry from a balcony or deck is strictly prohibited. No screens, wind chimes or other objects may be hung from balcony, unless approved by the Board. Storage on balconies is prohibited: Containers, bikes, surfboards, etc.

BARBECUES
Are permitted, as long as a fire extinguisher is kept nearby during use; No hibachis, open flame grills or fire pits are allowed. 

GARAGE PARKING – RESIDENTS
Please do not park in any assigned parking stall, other than your own. You may be towed without any previous notice. 

ALLOWING ACCESS TO NON-RESIDENTS
Alta is a secure building. Please DO NOT allow Non-Residents to enter the building without permission. If a Non-Resident happens to walk in behind you without approval, you may notify Security, Management, or another Staff member. Please take all necessary measures to ensure your own safety. 

Please contact Management if you have any questions regarding the Rules & Regulations here at Alta. You may obtain a current copy of these rules by accessing the Resident Portal on the Association’s website. 
Upcoming Alta Maintenance Projects

•  Elevator Camera Installation (Completed)
•  Front Entrance Logo & Canopy Cleaning (Completed)
•  Upright Fitness Bike Replacement (Completed)
•  Lobby Tile & Grout Deep Scrub Cleaning (Completed)
•  High Zone Water Recirculation Pump (Completed)
•  Pool Deck Remodel and Mastic Repair – Weatherproofing
•  Pool Equipment Room Restoration •  Amenity Room Audio/Video Upgrade


Lobby Flooring Feedback

 

Upon request, PMS have recently doubled their attention to the lobby and hallway tile flooring.

We would love to hear your feedback: AGeary@ActionLife.com


Drain Campaign

 

Fats, Oils, Grease, Coffee Grinds, Rice, Pasta & other starches should not go down the Drain. Use the trash for disposal.

Free Kitchen Sink Strainers are available in the Room Behind the Front Desk.

 


Real Estate Professional's Procedures

  1. Owner Responsibility. An Owner is responsible for assuring that any real estate professional(s) retained to assist with the sale or lease of its Condominium is fully aware of, and comply with the terms of this Project Handbook and all other Governing Documents.
  2. Mandatory Information. Any Owner selling/leasing its Condominium must first provide the following information to the Property Manager before any real estate professional(s) may enter the Project in connection with the sale or offering for sale of its Condominium:
    (a) Name, company, telephone number, cell phone number and email address of the real estate professional(s).
    (b) A written statement authorizing the real estate professional(s), escrow officer(s), and any other persons assisting the Owner, to receive responses to disclosure requests.
    (c) A list of real estate professionals (alphabetized by last name) who have authority from the Owner to show its Condominium to prospective buyers. Access will be in accordance with Association policies and access will be denied to anyone not provided on such list.
  3. Prohibited Activities.
    (a) No open houses are permitted. Condominiums may only be shown by scheduling an appointment with an Owner’s real estate professional(s).
    (b) No signs, flags, banners, or the like advertising the sale or lease of a Residential Condominium may be displayed within any portion of the Common Area or Association Property. Review the signage section of the Architectural Guidelines for more details.
    (c) Lockboxes may not be attached to any common area property or affixed to the front door of any unit. Lockboxes found attached in such a manner may be immediately cut off and removed.
  4. Notice Upon Sale. Upon sale of a Condominium, the name of the purchaser and the purchaser’s contact information must be delivered to the Property Manager in writing when escrow is opened for the Condominium. A copy of the recorded deed must be delivered to the Property Manager as soon as it is available.


Happy New Year

Thank you for a successful 2018 and we welcome you all to 2019 at Alta.

The Alta office will be closed until 9:00am on Wednesday, January 2, 2018. If you are a resident and in need of assistance, please contact either Action Property Management or Bald Eagle Security at the below:

Bald Eagle Security
619-250-5757 – Guard Phone Line
619-230-0022 – Emergency Supervisor

Action Property Management
(24 Hour Emergency On-Call)
800-400-2284
CommunityCare@ActionLife.com


Happy Holidays

Wishing you all the best at this time of year and will catch you all in the New Year.

The Alta office will be closed until 9:00am on Thursday, December 27, 2018. If you are a resident and in need of assistance, please contact either Action Property Management or Bald Eagle Security at the below:

Bald Eagle Security
619-250-5757 – Guard Phone Line
619-230-0022 – Emergency Supervisor

Action Property Management
(24 Hour Emergency On-Call)
800-400-2284
CommunityCare@ActionLife.com


‘7th & Market’ Developer Presentation on 11/14

In a recent newspaper article in the San Diego Union-Tribune, it was mentioned that litigation against the planned 39-story, 5-star, Ritz Carlton Hotel project on 7th & Market had been dropped & the project could now proceed.

Therefore, Phil Ochoa, Alta HOA president, contacted Mr. Jason Wood, from Cisterra Development, the Ritz Carlton Hotel developer, with a request for a presentation for Alta owners on this project immediately across the street from Alta.

Mr. Jason Wood accepted the invitation. The presentation will be held at the Alta amenity room during the owners Annual Meeting, scheduled for 6 p.m. on Wednesdy, November 14, 2018. The presentation is for Alta owners only. There will be a question and answer period following the presentation.

Due to his building construction expertise, going forward, Ted Foster, Alta HOA Vice President, will be the liaison official between Alta & Cisterra Development in case of issues arising during construction that may impact Alta owners & residents.


Older Entries »

Location

ALTA Owners Association

575 6th Ave
San Diego, CA 92101

Management Team

General Manager
Patrick Anderson | panderson@actionlife.com

Manager Assistant
Macy Hernandez | mhernandez@ActionLife.com

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
1133 Columbia Street Suite 106
San Diego, CA 92101
p. 949-450-0202