Irrigation Start-Up
The season is upon us. Irrigation will be starting up around April 15th, and the landscapers have already been out doing clean up and preparing for weekly services. With the support of the community well, we've been able to prep the system early in anticipation of irrigation water delivery. We anticipate receiving water next week, but will let the water push past us a couple of days in order to let the fresh debris from the canals move downstream rather than running it through our system. We will post signs at the entrances as soon as water is fully on. When you begin to start your own systems, please turn on your irrigation valves slowly. It takes us days to build pressure in the lines, and releasing full pressure to your system often causes breaks, which then we have to shut down your area of the neighborhood in order for repairs to be made. At the beginning of the season water tends to go off and on all day as repairs are done, and you can help us avoid this with a little care. When setting your clocks, please be sure to get on the irrigation schedule now so your lawns get used to it. You should start out with minimal times now, increase as it gets hotter, and then decrease as we cool off later in the season. 
  • Even ending addresses water Monday, Wednesday, Friday
  • Odd ending addresses water Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
  • Sunday is a makeup day for the common areas.
In order to maintain social distancing, PLEASE do not approach or speak to any of the crews directly. If you have a question or concern regarding maintenance in any area, please contact the Association at 208-287-0514 or Thank you for your assistance in making this a great irrigation season.

Annual Meeting
Due to schools closing for the rest of the school year, the Association is not able to hold the annual meeting at the elementary like usual. We are looking for alternative venues, but may have to wait until the schools open back up in the fall to reschedule our meeting. We will send new notices out as soon as we are able to reschedule. Thank you for your patience. 
Playing Outside
With the parks closed, many have been playing in the streets in the neighborhood, and while we encourage being active, there have been complaints about near misses with children on bikes, power wheels, and scooters and cars coming and going from the neighborhood. Please take this time to review safety techniques with your family such as looking before crossing, and being extra cautious as a driver by slowing down and minimizing distractions. A minute spent talking about this could save a life. 

There are NO areas within the community that allow dogs to be off leash. Please keep pets leashed and cleaned up after at all times. This helps us all maintain a safe and clean community!
APRIL 2020

Annual Meeting
Pools Open
May 22
Spring Garage Sale
June 13
Pools Close
Fall Garage Sale
September 12
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Ann Marie Baird, Association Manager / Brighton Corporation

208.378.4000 /  
Hours: Monday - Thursday 8 am- 4:30 pm, Friday 8 am - Noon