On January 9, 2019, Southern California Edison started work to repair an electrical line located on the corner of Via De Oro and De Portola Rd. The work will take approximately 3-5 business days. Trenching may be required and part of Via De Oro may not be accessible. At the very least, Southern California Edison will leave one lane open for homeowners to enter and exit Via De Oro. Should you have any questions, please contact Southern California Edison at (800) 611-1911.
In this season of giving, festivities and celebration, on behalf of the Board of Directors, we want to take a moment to recognize those that serve in our community.
• Fellow Board Members
• Friends and Neighbors
• Community Volunteers
• Community Manager Team
• Elected City Officials and Staff
• Local Firefighters and Law Enforcement
• Community Partners & Vendors
• Teachers & Support Staff
And of course, all members of the military, both active and veterans!
It is because of their dedication, time and contribution that our community is a great and pleasant place to live. Happy Holidays.
We are pleased to announce the Rancho California Rd USPS office has been issued a grant to replace the vandalized cluster box off of Via De Oro. At this time, due to staffing issues, the mailbox replacement will occur within the next 3-6 months. Should you have any questions or suspect identity fraud, please contact the USPS office at (800) 275-8777. We appreciate everyone's patience during the repairs.
On Tuesday, November 6, 2018 at 10:30 AM, The County of Riverside will be holding a Public Hearing at which all interested persons will be heard regarding a Class V Winery Project. The project address is 37440 De Portola Rd.
The hearing will be held on the 1st Floor Board Chambers, County Administrative Center - 4080 Lemon Street Riverside, CA. Please see the attached Public Hearing Notice for additional information.
Recently, it has come to Management’s attention that the cluster boxes located off Via De Oro have been vandalized as of Thursday night, October 18. A report was made to the USPS Fraud Department on Friday, October 19. Sixteen homeowner boxes have been affected, including those who do not reside in the GlenOak Hills HOA. The post office will hold the affected homeowners' mail at:
30777 Rancho California Rd.
Temecula, CA 92591
Management, along with the Chairperson of Neighborhood Watch have walked the premises and documented the incident appropriately. Please be aware, GlenOak Hills HOA is not responsible for replacement of the cluster boxes, but the association will do everything in its power to expedite the process to have the mailboxes restored. Management is currently in contact with the Post Master for the area and will have an estimated time of repairs within 2-3 business days. Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact management at (951) 699-2918. We appreciate everyone’s understanding and patience during this unexpected event.
Each year, the City of Temecula Mayor presents a formal State of the City Address hosted by the Temecula Valley Chamber of Commerce. This year, Mayor Matt Rahn presented the Temecula State of the City on May 31, 2018 at 8 a.m. at Pechanga Resort & Casino. Throughout the year, the City also provides a condensed version of the State of the City to conveniently reach out to residents and businesses who are interested in hearing a City update yet may not have been able to attend the formal State of the City. For 2018, the Mayor is hosting three of these “Mini” State of the City presentations at Fire Stations located within the north, south and middle areas of Temecula to make it as convenient as possible for citizens to attend one closest to their neighborhood.
Residents can RSVP to Betsy.Lowrey@TemeculaCA.gov to be helpful in order to plan seating and refreshments; however, RSVPs are not required. All are welcome.
Tuesday, Sept. 4th at 6pm
Pauba Road Fire Station 84
30650 Pauba Road
Wednesday, Sept. 5th at 6pm
Wolf Creek Fire Station 92
32211 Wolf Valley Road
Wednesday, Sept. 10th at 6pm
Roripaugh Ranch Fire Station 95
32131 Calle Chapos (at the intersection of Butterfield Stage Road)
The County of Riverside has requested we notify homeowners about the public health dangers of ash among the community. Please take a moment to review the attached file. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact the County of Riverside at (951) 955-1000.
The City of Temecula is hosting Easter Egg Hunts (Ages 0-12) on Saturday, March 31st at Harveston Community Park, Patricia H. Birdsall Sports Park and Temeku Hills Park. The event is from 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM. Have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny, enjoy music, fun and games. Don’t forget to bring your Easter basket to collect all your Easter treats. For more information on this exciting event, please visit www.temeculaca.gov or contact the Community Services Department at