Please join us for a community meeting to introduce initial concepts and discuss the benefits for the potential park. We hope to see you there, and in the meantime wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!Read More
Below are the maps that detail the proposed homesites to be incorporated into the Wikiup Commons plans. These maps were developed incorporating many of the surrounding homeowners’ concerns related to housing density.Read More
A coalition of project supporters submitted a planning grant application for the restoration and enhancement of Mark West Creek along the Wikiup Commons. This project will (when designs are implemented) result in increased protection for homes, schools, and a public water supply well, and improved habitat for threatened & endangered salmonids.Read More
Thank you to our neighbors for your continued input and participation. Tonight, Wednesday September 12th, we will host the Wikiup Commons Community Meeting.
Below are the specifics:
Time: 5:45 pm to 7:00 pm
Place: San Miguel Elementary School
We look forward to seeing you there!Read More
Pictures of Community Meeting to DateRead More
Selective tree removal will occur starting the week of 8/13. We do not have precise timing of the activity, however wanted to ensure that you were made aware. There will be approximately ten trees removed. These trees have been identified, by an expert, as suffering from bark beetle infestation. (See Pine Assessment document below)
We will conclude the work as quickly as possible, and if any additional work is required above and beyond what is represented in the Pine Assessment document, we will make sure that you are made aware.Read More
Assembly Member Jim Wood recently asked to come out an visit the Wikiup Commons site, to get an understanding of the restoration work on Mark West Creek, and to hear about site plans. Thank you Assembly Member Wood, for your interest.
The next Community Meeting will be on Wednesday, September 12, 2018, from 5:45pm to 7:30pm at San Miguel Elementary School. We had previously stated that the meeting would be held in August, so please make a correction to your calendars.
In the month of August, we are modifying site concepts and hosting the first Working Group meeting. This Working Group is comprised of stakeholders with diverse interests and expertise, and they are charged with developing concepts related to a park, walking trail, stream restoration and a potential bridge. At the September meeting we will provide an update on the “first” Working Group meeting outcomes.Read More
Tony Korman met with Fire Prevention Officer Cyndi Foreman, of Rincon Valley & Windsor Fire Districts and Jeff Kowell of Image Tree Service, Wednesday July 25, to review the status of all vegetation within and on common property boundaries of the Wikiup Golf Course site.Read More
After collecting your initial thoughts from our first meeting in June and through our website survey, we presented an initial concept which embraced the community’s desire to provide much needed housing and open space. This includes opening 50 percent of the property for parks, creek trails and open space. The remaining 50 percent of the 31 acre-property would house families in just under 100 homes. These homes would range in size from 1,000 sq. ft. to approximately 2,800 sq. ft. The diversity of housing proposed would offer first time home buyers the chance to enjoy our beautiful community while providing those wishing to downsize a perfect opportunity to be a part of our neighborhood.Read More