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WINTER IS HERE!!!
Dear Stagecoach Members,
With the arrival of the winter season at Stagecoach we wanted to send out a few reminders to the membership.
Parking: The Kimball Gate entrance area will be plowed this winter to allow for garbage pick-up and parking. It is permissible to leave snowmobiles parked for the winter but please utilize the uppermost area of the lot so as to leave as much room possible for cars and trailers. Please do not block access to the dumpsters or block in other cars.
Vehicle and/or Trailer parking is temporary so please do not leave anything parked for longer than two weeks at a time. This allows for plowing and parking opportunities for various members throughout the winter. Any vehicles or trailers left for more than two weeks are subject to towing.
THERE IS NO PARKING SPACE AVAILABLE at the intersection of Kimball Canyon Road and Lower Cove Road this year. There are piles of concrete rubble in the spot previously used for temporary parking during bad road conditions so please be aware of the hazard as the piles may be buried under snow.
Also, the 'Y' area where Kimball Canyon Road and Basin Canyon Road intersect is private property and not part of the Stagecoach subdivision. The SELOA has no responsibility for any vehicle removals that might occur by the land owners so parking there is at your own risk.
Snow Removal: Many members come up to Stagecoach to enjoy winter activities such as snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing and use those means to access their property. If you are engaged in or contracting services to plow along any of the Stagecoach roads please be considerate of your neighbors and do not scrape the roads bare of snow. Do not plow barriers at intersections with unplowed sections of the road. While it can be tricky in fluctuating temperature conditions, we need to leave some snow on the roads and at minimum along one side of the road for this type of usage. Also, please be aware when driving that sledding and other non-vehicular traffic may be encountered along the roads.