As of June 1st your board of trustees returns to Fire Station #35 for their monthly board meeting.
You are welcome to join your neighbors at 6:30 pm on the first Wednesday of the month.
We will also be trying out to make the board meeting a hybrid affair so members can join via Zoom:
Go to zoom.us/join on a web browser
Meeting ID: 578 160 7403
Two kayak storage racks are located on the back side of the marina. The rental fee is currently $50/year. Watercraft is not permitted to be left overnight on the beachfront unless stored on racks or the marina. Contact the marina manager for slip or space availability through the Contact Us form.
Our high tide marina is located on the west end of our beachfront. Over 20 slips are available for annual rental. Boat owners must have the vessel licensed, in operating condition, and insured against spill damage. Beginning in May, 2020 the annual rental fee will be $475/year. Watercraft is not permitted to be left overnight on the beachfront unless stored on racks or the marina. Contact the marina manager for slip or space availability through the Contact Us form.
[UPDATED MAY 2022]
As a Beachcrest homeowner you are a member of our community association. At the May 2022 annual meeting the increase in annual dues to $600 was ratified. Statements were mailed to owners at the end of May. 4 payment choices were offered including $50/month for 12 months.
[UPDATED MAY 2022]
As a Beachcrest homeowner you are a member of our community association. At the May 2022 annual meeting a one-time special assessment for $800 was ratified. Statements were mailed to owners at the end of July offering 8 payment choices including $22.22/month for 3 years.
Our annual property owner dues and any special assessments provide for our operating and maintenance expenses for our:
Each home has been issued two fobs that open our beach gate from 4:00 am to 10:00 pm. Those fobs should transfer to the new owner when a property is sold. If fobs are reported missing they will be deactivated. Replacement fobs may be purchased for $10 each by the owner. No more than two fobs are assigned to each home address. Use the Contact Us form for any questions.
The Board of Trustees have a few areas of oversight that require residents to submit a request:
If persistent dog parking is an on going issue. especially at night, the person you should contact is the neighbor with the dog. For best results, informing your neighbor in a respectful manner that their dog is affecting your sleep.
As of Nov 2022:
New Vantage Walk-in Hours:
10am – 2pm Mon-Thur (click here)
Please note that Vantage has changed their mailing address from the NV PO to:
Beachcrest Community Assn
C/O Vantage Community Mgmt
PO Box 98242
Phoenix AZ 85038-0242
PH: (360) 455 – 4464
If one has any electronic payments previously set up with the old address, be sure to change it before sending.
Here’s your chance to better understand Reserve Studies like ours. This year we will be spending around $3500 on one which is due every 3rd year and last one was done in 2019. This was anticipated and is already part of the current ratified budget and we should be in good position when our RS report is finished sometime in December.
So … Reserve Study News is hosting webinar (via Zoom) on Wednesday Nov 16 at either 11am or 1:30pm for dealing with Reserve Studies. It will summarize why Reserve Studies are necessary and obligatory, what they’re for, how to implement one and ramifications if not funded adequately. Click Here to register (required) then add it to your calendar to better part of your budget!
A fellow BCA member has requested some tree trimming per our Tree and Vegetation Management policy (see Bylaws, CRs and Other Docs) which requires board approval after community commenting. Any comments on the proposal can be emailed to email@example.com, use the CONTACT US form or attend the next board meeting on Nov 2nd.
“To start, I have to say I was impressed by the number of folks in attendance, the count was well north of the 50% needed to require ratification votes. Lines were long in the beginning as members had to sign-in and received their ballots for the night’s voting. There were 3 sets of ballots…”
To continue and get access of over a dozen documents click here.
Beachcrest Exchange on Facebook – for residents only
30 Years of Beachcrest history as captured in our newsletter is now available at the link below.
Back in 1991 it was Sandy Morasky’s vision to create the VIEW, without which we would have lost so much history about this place. Thank you Sandy!
For current VIEW: June 2022
For The VIEW Archives: click here