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― by Matthew Barnett
I was recently
asked to give an update on the state of our neighborhood and my
first response was “life is good in El Dorado Park South” and I
truly believe that. Our neighborhood has decent streets with
plenty of parking, low crime, is close to a wonderful park and
great university, has easy access to freeways and a neighborhood
association comprised of volunteers committed to making sure our
neighborhood continues to flourish. So yes, life is good in El
Dorado Park South.
With that in mind,
we do occasionally have some issues arise that deserve some
added attention and I’d like to provide a few tips on how each
of us can take part in making sure our community continues to
Get to know
your neighbors. Exchange contact information and know their
common routines. This can help in cases of emergencies and
also help you to spot irregularities such as an unusual
visitor while they’re away at work.
lock your house, garage and car doors. A little bit of
precaution on your end can go a long way to prevent quick
“Go Long Beach” app. Use it to easily report common issues
to the city such as sidewalk/street repairs, graffiti
removal, road kill removal and/or tree trimming.
fraud is real. Be wary of door-to-door solicitors and
unexpected calls. Remember that if your bank (or any other
company) calls you, you can always hang up and call them
back using a number on your bank card/checks or from online.
involved in the El Dorado Park Neighborhood Association. We
meet regularly, discuss relevant issues and plan events
meant to bring our community together.
I hope that you are
all enjoying your summer and will stop by our annual picnic on
June 24th.Our annual
summer picnic in the park will take place in June