Toys for Tots and Free Wheelchair Drive – Encinitas Ranch

During November and December of this past year Encinitas Ranch donated 124 toys for the Toys for Tots program and raised money for over 30 wheelchairs for the free wheelchair mission at the parade. We wish to express our thanks to the Cox family for helping to promote and manage this effort. To learn more […]

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Assessment Payments – IMPORTANT NOTICE

For those homeowners who pay their monthly assessment dues by hand written checks or using electronic checks from their bank they MUST make it payable to Encinitas Ranch and NOT to Curtis Management Company. The bank is no longer accepting deposits when the check is payable to the wrong entity. It must be payable to Encinitas Ranch.

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Encinitas Ranch – Consulting Arborist Report

Last fall the Board of Directors and the Landscaping Committee agreed to hire an independent consulting arborist to assess the operational methods and specifications being used to maintain the trees in our community. The community is responsible for nearly 30 acres of property and nearly 1700 trees. So, it is important to determine if our […]

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2021 Holiday Kids Parade

The 2021 Holiday Kids Parade was held on Wednesday, December 22nd, with the parade starting at the entry monument on Paseo de las Flores and ending on Cypress Hills Drive. There were well over 200 kids and adults in attendance on bikes, golf carts and cars with lots of music, decorations and fun. Hot cocoa, […]

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Community Choice Energy is coming to Encinitas

Beginning in February of this year electricity for Encinitas residents will be provided through a Community Choice Energy (CCE) program called San Diego Community Power. San Diego Community Power (SDCP) is a local provider of electricity that will serve our communities by bringing you cleaner energy at competitive rates. We will provide renewable electricity service […]

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San Diego County Embraces WaterSmart Living

Southern California could be facing severe drought conditions in the very near future. It is incumbent on all owners in Encinitas Ranch to exercise the right discipline and practices to deal with these impending conditions. With a dry winter projected for much of the state, California officials are considering fines of up to $500 a day for […]

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