Security Chief Greg Remson listens as Board President Jerry Pasek honors his years of service.
When Greg Remson began with Rancho Murieta Security in 1984, the South wasn’t yet built and the North ended at the second Guadalupe. On Friday – 32 years after joining the department, 25 years after becoming sergeant, and 12 years after being named chief – he will retire. Read more » about One era ends, another begins at Security
At its monthly meeting, the Community Services District supported a plan to put the long-delayed Greens Park out to bid and considered amending restrictions on water use to allow three watering days a week. The meeting began with the announcement that Security Chief Greg Remson is retiring at the end of July. Read more » about Greens Park advances; Security chief retires
The Community Services District's role in creating community parks, the possibility of no rate increase this fiscal year, and addressing issues in the new water treatment plant dominated the February board meeting and other recent CSD sessions. Read more » about CSD reviews parks role, new budget
Rancho Murieta is bringing on extra patrol help to address potential trick-or-treat troublemakers. The Country Club, which has had more than its share of vandalism lately, said it’s hiring two off-duty deputies to patrol the courses Friday and Saturday night. The community’s Security operation will have an off-duty deputy of its own on Saturday, along with an extra Security officer, one in training, the Community Services District said. Read more » about Extra effort to thwart Halloween vandals
If you have guests coming for Summerfest Sept. 11-12, you can pick up gate passes and get them to your guests ahead of time. Just like July 4, you can pick up five free passes at the Rancho Murieta Association office for your visitors. Additional passes are available for $5 each. Getting the passes to your visitors before the big day helps take pressure off the North Gate security operation. Read more » about Gate passes available for Summerfest weekend
July 4 will be on a Saturday this year, which probably means a bigger crowd than usual. That's why you'd be smart to pick up your July 4 guest passes now, before the crowds descend on the RMA Building. (And you'll be helping your guests get in more quickly on July 4.) Get a pass even if the visitor is on your permanent guest list. A pass is needed for each vehicle, and each lot can have up to five passes for free. Each pass after that is $5. Read more » about Time to pick up your July 4 guest passes