Curbside “FREE” Items

Couch In an effort to keep Scott Lake an attractive place to live, your Board
encourages everyone to maintain your yards,driveways and road-side areas.
Recently, many homeowners have been offering free household goods by
placing items in these areas. While we applaud sharing and re-using these
resources, we want to make sure they don’t become an unsightly
nuisance. After 5 days, curbside “FREE” items must be removed
and properly stored or disposed.

Ice Pigging

I can hear the collective question already.  What, pray tell, is Ice Pigging?  Watch this fascinating video to see how your Scott Lake Maintenance Company is ensuring you get the highest quality water.

Street Parking

Parked in the RoadThe numerous vehicles parked on the roads in our Scott Lake community have come to our attention.  Understandably, there are times it is necessary to park for a few hours by pulling off the edge of the road as far as possible.  But a real safety issue exists when all four wheels are on the blacktop road.  Some vehicles are parked on the roadway overnight, sometimes left there for several days.

** With darkness, a car isn’t as visible as in the daytime and runs the risk of being hit by a passing car, doing damage to both vehicles.

** If an emergency vehicle(s) needs to access the roadway, the parked car can be a real threat to the access they need to get through.  This may slow their response time considerably.

Please be a safe citizen and park vehicles in the driveways or parking strips.  If it is necessary to park on the roadway for a few hours, please pull as far off the road as far as possible.

Call to Action

This will be a simple task with great results!StreetLight

Please make a note of the “Pole Tag” on non-functioning street lights in your area. Report this number to the Scott Lake Community Center during normal business hours, or email it to, and PSE will make the repairs.

Safety and security is always important in the community in which we live and raise our families. A well-lit community is a safe community!

Thanks for your help!

Neighborhood Security

SecurityFor the past couple years, the Scott Lake Maintenance Company (SLMC), has contracted with
Pacific Coast Security (PSC) to help keep our neighborhood safe.”

PCS makes the rounds throughout the entire neighborhood 7 days a week, 2-3 times per day. Officers assigned to mobile patrol duty drive or walk from location to location and conduct security checks within an assigned geographical zone. Officers deter criminal activity, answer service calls, and issue client violation warnings.

PCS is a security company – not law enforcement.
In the case of an emergency please call 911.