Summer is fading to Fall as I write this article. The year 2020 has presented so much uncertainty to the world and the Vistoso Community Association at large; leaving many people to wonder, what comes next? One thing staff and the Vistoso Community Association (VCA) Board is sure of is that the Common Area Wall painting project-Phase I is moving right along as scheduled!
Common Wall Painting
In early August 2020, Facelift Painting, the contractor selected, started this painting project and thus far has completed: Monticello, Cortona, Stonefield and the Somerset Canyon neighborhoods. As we move into October, they will be finishing Bella Vista and then begin to move through Stone Terrace, Maravilla, and Las Colinas, finishing with St. Andrews I & II.
Facelift staff are scheduled to be in the community painting specified neighborhood common walls, facing many major roads, through October 2020. Please travel with care and note that all Facelift vehicles will be marked with signage. Facelift staff will be uniformed with white painters’ pants and Facelift shirts.
VCA Paint Palette for Residents
As we enhance the VCA Master Association common elements, we also encourage all homeowners to look at their own home and do the same. Some homeowners also own the walls we walk and drive by. The Master Association has a duty to maintain common areas, and homeowners have a duty to update their private property. If you need to know your original paint color or find out what colors are available, please contact the onsite office staff or visit www.ranchovistosoHOA.com for the paint palette and the forms required for all exterior changes. Wall painting color should be consistent throughout the community.
We are all in this together – Be Well, Colleen