Robert O Hill of Oak Grove LLC presented new plans for his proposed development of the Equestrian Center at an April 4 community meeting.
The project has been scaled down to 19 homes and increased the equestrian center to 25 acres.
Earlier plans showed 39 homes and preserved 18.9 acres for the equestrian center as well as 28 homes and 18.8 acres for the equestrian center.
Oak Grove plans, tender offer and FAQ are available on the Resources page.
This weekend is the annual Village Spring Clean-Up Days.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday (April 11-13) there will be large commercial dumpsters in the overflow parking lot at the corner of Via Ortega and Via Coyote.
Drop off hours:
7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Friday
7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Saturday
7 a.m. – 7 p.m. Sunday
Remember: NO oils, solvents, paints, electronics or tires. Do not leave anything on the ground. Also, no landscapers or contractors may use the dumpsters.
Get there early! When the dumpsters are full, Spring Clean-Up is over!
UPDATED with revised conceptual plans
The Oak Grove presentation about the proposed redevelopment of a portion of the equestrian center has been rescheduled for Wednesday, April 9 at 7:30 p.m. at the Coto Valley Club.
FAQs and conceptual drawings about Oak Grove are available on the Resources page.
For residents of Via Paloma, a memo to you from the board of directors:
The Board of Directors has approved for all vehicles parking on the street on Via Paloma may park on the odd side of the street starting April 15, 2014 and moving forward on permanent basis. Please remember that the standard parking policies are still in effect and you must utilize your garage, driveway and overflow parking lot first before parking on the street; there is no overnight parking on the streets. Be advised that this parking changing is only in regards to Via Paloma, and homeowners are still required to park on the even side of the street for 2014 on all other streets in the Village.
Board of Directors
Coto De Caza Community Association
Via Paloma Parking Letter
The Coto Mother’s Club is hosting its annual Eggstravanza event at the Coto Valley Club on Saturday, April 12 from 8:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Bring your own basket for the complementary egg hunt. Enjoy a visit from the Easter Bunny, bounce houses, face painter, a petting zoo and other family activities. Treats and beverages will be available for purchase.
Raffle baskets from local businesses will be up for auction with 10 percent of all proceeds benefitting Austim Speaks.
This fun family event is open to the entire Coto de Caza community. It also brings an influx of cars to the Village. Streets most impacted by event parking will be Via Pardal, Via Gallo, Via Oso, Via Pavo Real, Via Alondra, Via Venado and Via Pajaro. Please take extra care navigating our narrow streets on Saturday morning.
Over the next few days, Village residents will be receiving letters from FirstService Residential explaining important changes mandated by the Orange County Fire Authority, and agreed upon by the board, regarding landscape clearance.
In order to comply with the OCFA’s mandate, the Village’s landscape crew will begin work on April 1 to trim/prune and remove overgrown trees and groundcover. This landscape maintenance may include vegetation within the greenbelt areas around Village homes.
For full details, please read the letter to homeowners and OCFA diagram documents, posted below.
OCFA Letter to Village Homeowners
OCFA PDF guide