- Manager’s Messages
Board meetings take place every 4th Monday of the month in the Amenities Room with Executive Session at 5:00 pm (closed to members) and Executive Session at 6:00 pm (open to homeowners). Should the day and/or time of the meetings change notices will be posted in the mailroom and elevator lobby bulletin boards.
Dear Aria Residents,
Do you need your carpets cleaned or are you in need of a housekeeper? Well, Aria has a recommended service provider list! The provider list has recommendations for your air conditioning system, appliances, audio-visual system, cabinetry, carpet cleaning, closets, door adjustments and repairs, dryer duct vent cleaning, lighting, flooring, general contractors, handyman services, interior designers, locksmiths, maid services, housekeeping, marble and stone services, painting, restoration services, and utility services.
If you are installing internet or cable in your unit, please make sure to schedule the service during business hours and let Management know when the vendor will be on-site. The internet/cable provider will need access to the utility rooms that will need to be unlocked by management or engineering.
You are always more than welcome to contact Management during business hours for a copy of the recommended service provider list. However, you can find a copy of the provider list in the resident portal under HOA Information.
Dear Aria Residents,
On Wednesday, November 11th, the water for floors 1-7 and 17-24 will be shut off from 9am-3pm in order for several units to having plumbing work completed.
If you have angle stops that need replacement or other plumbing work that requires a water shut off, please contact Pipe Trades (619-452-2334) so you can be added to the next water shut off for the building.
After a water shut-off, we have discovered that air gets trapped in the pipes; in order to clear this issue and get your pressure back to normal please run your hot and cold water for the sink and tub in BOTH of your bathrooms at the same time for at approximately 1-2 minutes. This will cause the air to escape through your fixtures and allow the plumbing to stabilize itself.
Also, your aerator in the kitchen and bathroom sink may get clogged after a water shut-off. It is recommended that you clean and remove any debris or mineral built up. I’ve included a link as to how to clean your faucet aerator: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A9Du7vEA4oM.
Dear Aria Residents,
The amenity room will be closed tomorrow for carpet cleaning and will reopen on Friday, November 6th. Please take the necessary steps to plan accordingly and do not enter the amenity room tomorrow after the carpets have been cleaned.
We apologize for the inconvenience and please contact Management if you have any questions or concerns.
In unit inspection of the audio/visual fire alarm and sprinklers is required by Fire Code and the Fire Marshal is not allowing postponements due to Covid-19. Therefore, in order to stay in compliance, a technician from Cosco Fire will enter each unit on Monday, August 17th to do an inspection of the fire equipment. The technician will be in your unit less than 5 minutes and will be wearing PPE (face covering, booties, gloves). The alarms will sound and the fire strobes will activate when the technician is on your floor. Please respond to the email sent by management on August 6th to confirm either someone will be home to allow entry, management can use the key you have placed on file for entry, or you will be leaving a key for use. In order to be most efficient and lessen the time the alarm will sound, please respond by Thursday, August 13th to email@example.com with how we can gain entry to your unit.
Monday, August 17th Unit Inspection Schedule:
Floors 24-9, 8am-12pm
Floors 8-1, 12:30pm-4pm
The pool, amenity room, and fitness center are currently open with modified hours and residents have been mostly adhering to the guidelines.
A reminder regarding the fitness center: Please do not sign up for use of the fitness center before 5pm the day before. Even if the next day’s sign-up sheet is posted, please wait until 5pm to sign up for your hour time slot.
We’ve received a few complaints about weights being dropped on the floor by gym users. Residents living near the fitness center can hear and feel the impact of the weights falling. Please abide by the fitness center rules and do not drop the weights.
The pool is open but the spa remains closed. The California Department of Public Health and the County of San Diego Department of Environmental Health is not yet allowing the opening of spas (hot tubs).