Your community newsletter is now available on the website. Please click on “Read more” to access to download link.
The KPPM Connection is an online tool that offers enhanced homeowner services. Using the portal, you can: Make Online Payments View Current and Previous Statements and Billing Inserts Print Account History Reports View and Update Enhanced Email Notification Features Please click
The Silverado Park Spa is currently closed. The new heater is going to be installed soon. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Tomato Springs and Orchard View Park are now open. Please note we cannot heat the water at these locations for 30 days, because of the re-plastering.
e-plastering at Tomato Springs and Orchard View park has been completed. Both parks have passed inspection. Please note we can not heat these two parks for a couple of weeks, due to them being re-plastered recently.
Orchard Trails tennis court is currently closed. Most of the repairs to the tennis court have been made, but we are still waiting on a part to come in. Once the part comes in, we will have it installed as soon as possible.
Your monthly pesticide treatment report is available for viewing. Please click on the “Read more” link to view the report.
We are excited to announce the Portola Springs E-Waste Recycling and Shredding Event! Please see inside for details.
We are pleased to announce the reopening of the Portola Springs swimming pools at 5 AM on September 1, 2021. See inside for details.
For all private or group lessons, a private instructor agreement needs to be completed. The instructor must carry their own liability insurance policy for $1M that names Keystone Pacific Property Management LLC and Portola Springs Community Association as additional insured.
It is important to make sure that your trash can lid can close completely. When lids are left open, especially on windy days, debris is circulated throughout the community. This is costly to the Association to dedicate additional manpower to clean up the mess. Please do your part to ensure that your bin can be secured, and that if you notice trash overflowing from your bin, please bag it up and wait for the next pick up.