Lately, many more people have been forgetting (or ignoring) that the limit is 25 MPH. Speeds above that level on our winding roads can be dangerous -- not only for our walkers -- but also for other vehicles. A number of vehicles have been observed going over 60 MPH.
Obviously, we have a considerable amount of traffic visiting us daily from outside the community. Daily traffic, contractors, and delivery vehicles are often observed going faster than our speed limit. For this reason, our Architectural Review Committee released the letter below to all the general contractors currently active.
Dear General Contractors Currently Working on Homes in The Springs at High Rock,
I am sending each of you general contractors currently working in The Springs a reminder that the speed limit within The Springs at High Rock is 25 MPH. Obviously, this reminder is being sent as several construction vehicles have been observed recently substantially exceeding this speed limit.
Today there was an accident resulting from this situation, so the ARC is requesting each of you to remind your subcontractors to please observe the speed limit of 25 MPH when driving throughout the neighborhood to/from your worksites.
Beyond bringing this to the attention of the contractors, we would ask you to remind visitors, vendors, delivery drivers, or anyone else visiting your home to observe our speed limit. Let’s all work together to make our roads safer.
Security Committee: Jerry Bushey, Chairman