Chemeketa Park - Household Hazardous Waste Day is this Saturday, May 20th from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
In our continued effort to reduce the risk of fire and combustibles in our community, Chemeketa Park Firewise is holding our 4th Annual Household Hazardous Waste Day! You may drop your items at the Clubhouse parking lot on this Saturday, May 20th from 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon.
Please visit https://hhw.sccgov.org for information on what is and is not accepted.
Thank you for making us a little bit safer.
The long awaited Forest Health Grant Project begins today, April 3rd, in Chemeketa Park. You may see crews working around the lower parts of the Clubhouse property and among homes that touch the Los Gatos Creek. The work will continue for approximately 7-10 days. Please be on the lookout for crews in the area so we keep everybody safe. This is a great addition to the work Chemeketa Firewise has been doing to keep our community safe from wildfire.
Don’t miss the Wildfire Evacuation Education Day this Saturday, March 25th beginning at 10:00 a.m. at the Clubhouse. First Responders from Santa Clara County Fire Department, CalFire, and FireSafe Council will share important information about how to get prepared for wildfire before it strikes and learn how to utilize the Zonehaven tool for evacuation. To sign up, please go to 2023 Wildfire Evacuation Day and Exercise . See you there!
We are asking residents to please CONSERVE WATER for the next several days to give our water source, Moody Gulch, a chance to clear. The weather report calls for more rain over the next few days with Wednesday, March 1st being our first sunny day. We cannot process water during rainstorms because of the turbidity. If we cannot keep up with demand, we will need to pay for water from the Montevina Pipeline. While the pipeline is a great alternate source for Chemeketa Park, it costs $$$.
Thank you for your efforts. They are appreciated by all.
The following information was shared via the Alert SCC system. CPMWC is posting it here in case you are not signed up to receive Alert SCC notices. We strongly recommend you sign up to receive emergency notification from Santa Clara County if you currently are not. Visit https://emergencymanagement.sc... to sign up.
This is an important message from AlertSCC
The County of Santa Clara continues to gather damage information from our residents for submittal to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA).
The County of Santa Clara is accepting self-reported damage estimates of properties that occurred between December 27, 2022 to January 31, 2023 Winter Storms.
Community members may self-report property damage estimates by going to www.PrepareSCC.org/Flood and taking the damage estimate survey or by calling the County’s Winter Storm Emergency Response and Recovery hotline at (408) 808-7778.
The self-reporting period will end on Thursday, February 23, 2023 at 11:59 pm.
El Condado de Santa Clara continúa recopilando información de daños de nuestros residentes para su remisión a la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA, por sus siglas en inglés).
El Condado de Santa Clara está aceptando estimaciones de daños informados sobre las propiedades, que ocurrieron durante las tormentas invernales del 27 de diciembre de 2022 al 31 de enero de 2023.
Los miembros de la comunidad pueden informar por sí mismos las estimaciones de daños a la propiedad visitando www.PrepareSCC.org/Flood y respondiendo a la encuesta de estimación de daños o llamando a la línea directa de Respuesta y Recuperación de Emergencias por las Tormentas Invernales del Condado al (408) 808-7778.
El período de informe comenzó el jueves 16 de febrero de 2023 y terminará el jueves 23 de febrero de 2023 a las 11:59 pm.
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