Encinitas Ranch Happy Hour – May 23rd

Join us with your friends, family, and neighbors to celebrate the May Happy Hour at the Ranch Grill on Thursday, May 23rd, from 4 to 7pm.

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Community Events Update

The community held a very successful Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 13th on Brae Mar Court. There were well in excess of 120 people at the event along with the Easter Bunny, a petting zoo as well as arts and crafts. The social community is planning three other major events for 2019: Movie Night […]

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Conversion of landscaping equipment to battery power

BrightView, our landscaping contractor, has already converted all of their leaf blowers, weed eaters, edgers and hedge trimmers from gasoline to battery power. They are taking a proactive lead in this area as many communities are advocating for landscaping maintenance equipment to transition to battery or electric power as part of various climate change initiatives. […]

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Short Term Rentals

This article is a reminder that Encinitas Ranch CC&Rs do not allow short-term rentals of rooms or houses including those associated with Airbnb or other similar online reservation sites. Short term rentals can bring additional noise, traffic, parties, parking problems and trash to our community.  Owners found violating this provision can be fined $250 per […]

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Street Repairs and Resealing

During May we will be repairing and refreshing the south mesa center island at the entrance on Paseo De Las Flores. This project will last approximately one week.  Please follow all signage and flagman instructions. In June asphalt repairs will be made on many streets throughout the community.  Please slow down and follow all construction […]

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Update on the Recycled Water Project

The major infrastructure project to provide recycled water to the entire south mesa of the community is nearing completion. Homeowners in the south mesa will have noticed work underway in the parkways which is one of the final steps of the project. The county health department and water district require the community to demonstrate separation […]

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