Due to the recent rains, the common area fence painting has been delayed. Please see attached revi,sed schedule along with the district map with phasing. We appreciate and thank you for your attention and cooperation during this project.
Please see the notice below for the project schedule and map.
Please note the Association “Oaks Clubhouse” will be closed beginning May 6, 2019 due to interior renovations. There isn’t a definitive re-open date yet and we will continue to provide updates once a time schedule is available.
We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and the short notice.
The sun and Sunsational Swim School are back! Providing Spring Swim lessons and Swim Club at the Oaks pool for beginners to advance swimmers (Swim Club). The next program begins April 15th and spaces are limited.
Sunsational offers weekly or weekend programs from 6 months old to adults. Also, offering individual or group instruction upon request. Instructors have gone through background checks, are certified and experienced.
Don’t be Caught Off Guard by an Emergency: Register with AlertSanDiego
Recent devastating wildfires throughout our state and the most recent Red Flag Warning in our county have served as critical reminders that we must do all that we can to be resilient and prepared in the face of disasters.
Don’t be caught off guard by an emergency. Register with AlertSanDiego, the region’s emergency mass notification system. Get notified on your cell phone and email of evacuations and other important actions you can take during a disaster in your area
The Office of Emergency Services also recommends being prepared to leave in 15 minutes or less after an evacuation order is issued. During a disaster, it’s important that you, your family and your pets are prepared to leave before first responders order evacuations. Take time to talk with your family about your plan to stay safe and have your emergency kits ready to go. An out of control wildfire can move quickly, so if you feel unsafe, don’t wait until you receive an evacuation order to leave your home.
To report flooding or blocked storm drains call the City of Carlsbad: (760) 931-2197 This line is staffed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
For emergencies threatening public safety, property or the environment, immediately call 9-1-1.
For La Costa Oaks landscaped areas, slopes, parkways, parks, etc.
During Office Hours (760) 943-6650
After Hours (877) 577-6462Follow the prompts and leave a detailed voicemail message. The on-call manager will take the necessary steps to resolve the issue as soon as possible.