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Turfwood Sewer Line Policy

Homeowners are responsible for their own "separate interest" sewer line as per California Civil Code 1364(a). Sewer lines are separate for each home, therefore they are "separate interest". As such, sewer lines are not subject to community responsibility or community maintenance or repair. This means the homeowner is responsible for keeping the sewer line maintained, repaired and in good condition.

We recommend you have your sewer line routinely video scoped bi-annually. If you discover a leak in the pipe during routine maintenance, it is your responsibility to have it repaired. Any reputable plumber or drain service can provide video scoping and explain your repair options. Most companies will provide a DVD should you care to purchase one. If you discover tree roots have penetrated a leak in the pipe, it is your responsibility to have the sewer line mechanically and/or chemically cleared of roots before repairing the sewer line.


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Reporting Crime!

Are you witnessing a serious crime? Call 911

Do you need to report a crime that has already happened? DO IT! Reporting all crimes gives the Sheriff Department a real reason to come and patrol our neighborhood more frequently. The more they know, the more they can help prevent crime and keep our neighborhood safe.

Call the Sheriff Station to discuss or report a past crime: Non-emergency dispatch (858) 565-5200

Report a past crime online: https://apps.sdsheriff.net/ecrimereport/

Water Conservation Tips

Check your toilets for leaks. Drop a teaspoon of food coloring in the tank. If color appears in the bowl after 15 minutes, replace the “flapper” valve.

Keep your showers down to 5 minutes or less using a low-flow showerhead (saves 75 gallons a week per person).

SaveOurWater.org

Trash Bins: Please Help!

The trash bin areas are NOT for dumping large items. We have seen closet doors, sofas, chairs, dishwashers, televisions, Christmas trees, etc. Waste Management Company will not pick those things up and if we have to hire a company to haul it away, it eats into our budget that we need for important maintenance. Please put everything in the bins including your Amazon cartons and ALL other trash.