The Sycamore Creek community is looking for homeowner volunteers to serve on the Design Review Committee (DRC).  If you would like to volunteer your time to serve your community, now is your chance!  The primary purpose of the DRC is to complete fair and consistent aesthetic review of exterior improvements or modifications, and to ensure that improvements adhere to the community's Design Guidelines.
The Design Review Committee meets twice a month (on the 1st  and 3rd Tuesday).  Individuals interested in volunteering to be a DRC member, must be committed to attending the monthly meetings.
To be considered to serve on the Design Review Committee, please complete and return an Interest Form to the administrative office or email to crystal.trujillo@fsresidential.com.  You can pick-up an Interest Form at the Administrative Office, or contact crystal.trujillo@fsresidential.com to have one emailed to you.


Christmas Décor Contest Winners!!
Thank you to all the residents who participated in our Christmas Decor Contest. We wish everyone can win however, we had 4 categories. Please see down below the 4 homes that won this years Decor contest.
Best Use Of Lights- 25634 Red Hawk
Best Theme-24999 Catkin St.
Winter Wonderland- 11178 Evergreen Loop
Storybook-11497 Hutton Rd.

Sycamore Creek is now on INSTAGRAM!!!
If you have an Instagram or plan on creating one please add us at Sycamorecreek_3257. We have all the latest news and updates on events and activity going on inside Sycamore Creek. In order to be approved you will need to direct message the account with your name and address. Management will verify if you are a current resident and approve the request. If you have any questions regarding this account please email Crystal Trujillo at crystal.trujillo@fsresidential.com.

New Owner Orientation
Saturday, February 5, 2022
9am to 12pm
Saturday, February 5, 2022
7pm to 9pm
Craft Event
Saturday, February 26, 2022
Adult Event
Saturday, March 12, 2022
9am to 10pm

Got Violations?
Have you ever wondered what the Association is doing about those violations that you continue to see every day or feel that you have reported numerous times with no progress/resolution? The answer is that the entire process can take several months, especially if an owner refuses to comply or doesn't communicate with the Board. The entire process can take over a year to complete. And in very severe cases, it can take even longer.
The Association has and will continue to pursue each violation until it’s resolved/closed.  It’s also important to note that the Board monitors and reviews all violations monthly to ensure that the enforcement of the guidelines is being conducted in a fair, consistent and timely manner. 
To provide more transparency, we’ve added this section to the website for residents to see the current number of violations being opened and closed each month.
# of Violations Opened in the Last 30 Days (10/14/21) 117                                               
# of Violations Closed in the Last 30 Days  72
#of All Open Violations  635
Architectural   217
Delinquent Assessments   18
Miscellaneous   67
Please feel free to contact the administrative office with any questions or concerns.

Help us Build a Sycamore Creek Business Directory
Looking for a local business? Do you have a local business that you'd like to tell your fellow residents about?  Look no further! We'd like to create a business directory made by and for Sycamore Creek residents.  As you know, we're a little land locked and it would be great to have a list of local businesses to help us avoid the gridlock on the freeway.  Register HERE. Thank you! 

Parkway Tree Trim Schedule
The parkway tree trimming schedule for trees under 15 ft. is as follows:
  • Bigleaf Court, Singleleaf Street, Grandfir Court, Cassia Court, Rosemary Way, Pine Mountain Terrace, Pine Creek Loop and Barberry Court.
  • Pacific Crest street, Lemongrass street, Sage Street, Cameron Court, Marygold Way, Caraway Lane, Hyacinth Street and Clover Circle.
As a reminder, please move your vehicles so that the trees can be trimmed.  Trees that are over 15 ft. will be trimmed in the fall.  Thank you!

Next Board Meeting
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Upcoming Events
Bingo Night
Saturday, February 5th at Clubhouse

The Sycamore Creek Community Association administrative office hours are as followed:
Monday-Friday 9:00am-5:00pm
Saturday-Sunday Closed

Secure your Vehicles!
We want to remind all residents to be aware and immediately report any suspicious activity, vehicles and individuals to the local Sheriff’s Department (Lake Elsinore Station) by calling 9-1-1 in emergencies or (951) 776-1099 for non-emergencies.  Please contact the Sheriff’s Department FIRST and then the patrol company SECOND.  The patrol dispatch number is (833) 388-0071. You may also call the patrol officer on site at (310) 844-4424.
We encourage all of you to follow the below safety tips to ensure you are not victims to vehicle theft.
  • Never leave keys in the car or ignition, inside a locked garage, or in hide-a-key boxes.
  • Always roll up your windows and lock the car, even if it is parked at your home.
  • Always keep valuables or property hidden out of sight or locked in the trunk.
  • If your vehicle is stolen, report it to the police immediately. You may also want to keep a copy of your license plate and vehicle identification number on hand in case of theft, since police will need this information to take a report.
Car thieves are always looking for a car out on the street. If your car isn't on the street, it's less likely to get stolen or broken into.
Just like the "Protected by Brinks" signs in front of houses deter burglars, so do visual signs of a tougher job for a car thief. In a row of cars, the one with the blinking LED indicating an alarm is probably less likely to get stolen.
Here's a scenario: you see Car One with a box of tissues on the floor. In front of that car is Car Two in which an iPod, navigation system, and a watch are strewn about the passenger's seat. Are you more tempted to break into Car One or Car Two? Pretty simple really — make it seem like there's nothing in your car worth taking.
This one seems so simple, and yet is so often ignored. A thief looking for a car to steal is more likely to go for the vehicle whose owner was kind enough to complete his first step for him, and has given him open access to everything inside.

Access Cards - Don't Leave Home Without It!
Each Sycamore Creek resident (age 6 years and older) is required to bring their Access Cards when using the Swim Club facility.  Sycamore Creek's patrol and administrative staff reserve the right to ask for an individual's Access Card at any time.  If an individual cannot provide their Access Card, or if an individual is using someone else's Access Card, that individual will be asked to leave the property.  If you've lost your Access Card please visit the SCCA administrative office to obtain a new one.

SCCA Patrol Cell Number
Update your contact list!  You can now reach the Sycamore Creek Community Association's patrol officers (Immediate Guard Security) directly at 310-844-4424.  As a reminder, residents should first contact the County of Riverside Sheriff's Department at 951-776-1099 to report suspicious persons, vehicles and activities, and then contact the patrol staff.

Be Alert and Observant
Crime does not play favorites. Regardless of where you live, work or play, you can become a victim.  You can avoid being victims of petty crime by being aware of what goes on in your neighborhood.  We ask all residents to be alert and observant for tell-tale signs of suspicious activities, such as:
  • Someone looking in windows of houses and parked cars.
  • Property being taken out of houses where no one is at home.
  • Cars, van, or trucks moving slowly with no apparent destination or without lights.
  • A stranger sitting in a car or stopping to talk to a child.
  • Individuals walking at odd times in the day (late evening hours).
Sycamore Creek is a community of hundreds of people strong.  Imagine what you can do if you work together in in helping to prevent crime in your neighborhood.
REMINDER:  To report suspicious vehicles or crimes in progress, you must FIRST contact the police at 9-1-1 (for emergencies) or Sheriff’s Department at 951-776-1099 (for non-emergencies).  THEN, contact the community's Patrol Dispatch at 833-388-0071.

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