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Tennis West is more than eighty homes in the El Paso upper valley. Our community residents have chosen to live in an environment that is unique in El Paso. Please enjoy and participate in the spirit of community that prevails in our neighborhood.
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Don't help thieves!
Posted on May 27th, 2016 Comments (0)
The City of El Paso has experienced a 36% increase of burglary of Vehicles Citywide in 2016. The vast majority of burglaries of vehicle reports indicate that the vehicles were left unlocked. On May 21, 2016 Officers from the Mission Valley Command Center conducted an operation that identified unsecured vehicles. Officers went to the areas with the highest numbers of burglaries and found a large number of vehicles unlocked. Officers let the owners of these vehicles know that they were vulnerable to being burglarized and the best defense against becoming a victim is to secure their vehicle. Officers located a total of 137 vehicles in the Mission Valley area that were unlocked making each vehicle a potential victim of a burglary.
The El Paso Police Department would like to remind the public that best way to not become a victim of burglary of vehicle is to secure your vehicle every time you leave it. Thieves look for an easy target, don’t be a target hide your valuables, lock your car, and take your keys.
Backgate Developments
Posted on May 25th, 2016 Comments (0)
As promised, I wanted to update everyone on the current status of our back gate project.  We met today (05/25/2016) with City Representative Peter Svarzbien and Ms. Kimberly L. Forsyth, City Development Program Manager.  Ms. Forsyth gave us three options regarding the closure of the street.  Vacating the street would require us to outright purchase the street and make us responsible for maintaining the street.  Replotting the land is the second option would require us to again purchase the land but the City would maintain it.  The three options, the special privilege license, would be a rental of the city street with a permit renewal each year, with a fee of course.  In all three cases, there must be an ability to access the street with an electronic gate. 
More information will be provided to the Board regarding each option, the necessary applications will be provided, along with the associated cost to proceed.  They also suggested that we look into the possibility of installing speed bumps if the cost of the three options is too high.
Gate Status
Posted on May 10th, 2016 Comments (0)
As you known, the construction of a gate to stop traffic driving through Tennis was approved unamiously at the annual meeting.  At the time, we were lead to believe that this would be a simple process.  In a recent conversation with the director of the city street department, we were informed that we would have to purchase the land wh ere the gate would be built.  This recent development has forced us to schedule a meeting the Repersentative Peter Svarzbein to clarify the process.  As soon as this meeting takes place on the 25th, we will provide an update. 

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Community Walk
Saturday, June 11th, 8:00 AM at Tennis West Guard House
The community is welcomed to join the Board for its monthly community walk.  The walk begins Saturday, June 11th 8:00 AM at the Tennis West Guard House.  Areas of concern within the community are addressed during the walk to present to the full Board at the next Board meeting.
Tennis West Board of Directors Meeting
Wednesday, June 15th, 6:00 PM at Tennis West Clubhouse
Join the Board for its monthly meeting on Tuesday, June 15th, 6:00 PM at the Tennis West Club House.  All community residents are welcomed to attend.  If you wish to address the Board please make sure to sign in.

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