Building a better RMA sign

RMA sign

Old signNotice anything different on Murieta Parkway?  There's now a patch of dirt outside the Rancho Murieta Association Building where the RMA sign stood for many years.  The sign was uprooted last week as part of the North Gate construction project, RMA General Manager Greg Vorster said, and it will be replaced with a stone-faced wall like the ones that are part of the new gate work.  The wall will be lighted, he said, and it will have a Rancho Murieta logo -- the cowboy-on-the-horse logo.

ETC's 2015 season will be one for the ages

ETC crowd

Lake Clementia Amphitheater will host five ETC concerts this summer.

Red square Download a poster with ETC's 2015 season

Entertainment, Theatre & Culture's 2015 season takes Rancho Murieta on a trip through the decades, capturing some of the best music of the last 50 years.  Here are six dates you'll want to circle on your calendar right away. Read more »

North Gate construction report, Week 17

Here's the Rancho Murieta Association's weekly update on North Gate construction progress.  To see past reports, click here.

Week 17 – Week ending Feb. 27:

  • The stucco has been installed on the guard house.
  • Installation of the stone facing on the accent and entry walls continued.
  • The contractor continued installing the landscape.
  • The contractor continued installation of the roofing of all structures.
  • The drywall was installed on the interior of the guard house.
  • The footings for the gate operators has been poured.
  • The protective bollards have been installed.


It's time for Girl Scout cookies

Girl Scout cookies

Kicking off the sales season, 10-year-old scouts Hannah Milton, center, and Abigail Davee were selling Girl Scout cookies Friday afternoon at Plaza Foods.  Cookies are also available at Local Bean coffee shop.

CSD discusses water plant delays, gun incident

The CSD board last week approved spending up to $304,560 for a temporary filtration system to handle delays in getting its new water treatment plant online. The company overseeing the project came in for serious criticism.  The board also discussed Security's guns-drawn handling of a situation with a resident who was believed to be armed with a semi-automatic weapon. Read more »

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