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De Luz CSD News

For the latest updates on news and events within De Luz Community Services District, please check this page frequently. Here we post all the most information regarding road closures, holiday office closures and all other items relevant to our community members.

Holiday Notice

June 26, 2017

De Luz CSD Offices will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017 in observance of Independence Day!

RCWD Launches New Crop Conversion Program!

March 29, 2017

The District’s newly created CropSWAP program provides financial assistance for agriculture customers who convert high water use crops to lower water varieties. Qualifying applicants can receive assistance of up to $15,000 per acre converted.

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(Until Further Notice)

January 22, 2017

Buena Vista Road: from El Calamar Road to Los Gatos Road

CHP Issuing Tickets in De Luz

January 1, 2017 DLCSD Newsletter

As part of the De Luz CSD's ongoing effort to reduce speeding and other traffic violations on Sandia Creek Drive and other heavily traveled District roads, DLCSD is currently contracting with the CHP to provide traffic patrols which are targeting morning and afternoon commutes through our community.

Since the start of the patrols in mid-August through October 14th, CHP officers have issued 270 citations. Most of the tickets issued are for speeding and stop sign violations.

Officer Ron Thatcher, who coordinates the CHP efforts, reports that he has received numerous contacts from residents expressing thanks for the increased patrols.

Sandia Creek Drive Traffic

December 1, 2016

As part of the DLCSD’s ongoing efforts to improve the traffic situation in De Luz and specifically along Sandia Creek Drive, the Board of Directors met with members of local law enforcement at the June 15, 2016 Board Meeting. They discussed community concerns and explored actions that can be taken to address the excessive speed of motorists.

In attendance were CHP Public Information Officer Mike Lassig, Riverside County Sheriff Lt. Lisa McConnell and representing Camp Pendleton Marine Corps Police Department representative Corporal Michael Arvisu III. The representatives agreed to work with the District to obtain the resources necessary to improve the situation. The effort will include:

  • Sheriff department will continue to focus on traffic and will train Deputies for use of a District provided radar gun.

  • CHP will make more available the use of traffic speed trailer and will be working with Board regarding additional CHP patrols in our community.

  • Camp Pendleton Community Oriented Police Service will work with the DLCSD to identify personnel that use District roads to increase compliance with speed regulations within the District.

Road Condition Survey

November 15, 2016 DLCSD Newsletter

The DLCSD is working with Dynatest, Inc. to perform a comprehensive survey of the condition of all roadways in our maintenance system. This survey is part of the District's Pavement Management System.

As you may be aware, since the passage of Proposition 218 in 1996, the District has not had an increase in funding. This has resulted in an inflation related decrease of approximately one million dollars in purchasing power for roadway reconstruction and maintenance.

The purpose of a pavement management system is not only to evaluate the current condition of the roads but also to help establish the most cost effective methods to best maintain those roadways and to determining funds necessary to improve roads.

Mailbox Damage Help

November 15, 2016 DLCSD Newsletter

Damage to mailbox clusters and mail theft has become a major problem in our community with no easy answer.

Local resident and CSD Board Member Gene Bianchi decided to take the issue on and find solutions. Gene's efforts eventually lead him to U.S. Representative Ken Calvert.

Gene reports that Congressman Calvert and his staff are extremely supportive and noted that the mailbox issue is occurring in many areas. Per the information Gene received, damaging a cluster mailbox elevates the crime to a Federal offense. When a cluster mailbox is damaged in a mail theft attempt, it should be reported to:

U.S. Postal Service Investigation

The District encourages everyone to call that number to report damage when it occurs.

Also, another positive outcome of Gene's efforts working with Congressman Calvert is that the local postal service is now repairing the damaged boxes.

Our thanks to Gene for his hard work and diligence.

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