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Welcome
 
 
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.
 
Visit the website of our friends at the Tennis West Sports and Racquet Club.
 
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Association Fees
Posted on Jan 17th, 2018 Comments (0)
Due to the rising cost of water and electrical bills, the Board made the decision to raise the monthly assessment to $175 from $165.  Notices were sent out to everyone.  If you did not receive a notice please contact Associa Canyon Gate at 915.533.3902.  In addition, the special assessment was raised to $225.  Community members have until July 1, 2018 to pay the assessment.  The amount will continue to reflect on your statement until all fees have been paid off.
Holiday Shopping Safety Tips
Posted on Dec 7th, 2017 Comments (0)
EL PASO, TEXAS: The El Paso Police Department’s Auto Theft Task Force would like to Pass On some Holiday Tips While you’re out and about during the Holiday Season. With the brunt of the Holiday Shopping Season just around the corner, please be safe and smart and do your part to not fall victim to a Car Thief, or Burglar and follow these simple tips:
 
6 Ways to Keep Your Car Secure While Holiday Shopping
 
1. Watch where you park
Find a parking space as close as you can to the store entrance and under a light, if it’s dark. Make a note of any nearby signs, poles, or other landmarks to make it easier to find your way back. Try to avoid parking next to large vans or SUVs that give a thief privacy.
 
2. Lock it up
It may sound obvious, but law enforcement professionals say that many thefts are the result of unlocked cars. Double check to make sure you close the windows and lock all the doors before leaving the car. And don’t forget the sunroof.
 
3. Hide the goods
Don’t leave packages, phones, music players, or other valuables on the seats, floor, dash, or anywhere in sight. Lock items in the trunk or otherwise stash them out of sight. Even a cell phone cord is an invitation for trouble.
 
4. Keep moving
If you come out of the store to drop off a load of packages, move the car to another space before going back for more shopping, or better yet take them home. Criminals may be watching and know you won’t be back for a while.
 
5. Stay focused
Pay attention to your surroundings while walking to and from your car. Walk with a purpose, and stay off the phone. Have your keys ready as you approach the car, and get yourself and your packages inside quickly. Then lock the doors.
 
6. Take Your Keys
This may also seem a bit obvious but nearly half of all stolen vehicles have the keys in them and it is against the law to leave the keys in an unattended vehicle.
 
FOR FURTHER AUTO THEFT PREVENTION INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT THE AUTO THEFT TASK FORCE AT (915)212-4401

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~ Upcoming Events ~
Community Walk
Saturday, March 17th, 9:00 AM at Tennis West Guardhouse
The Board will host the monthly community walk Saturday, March 17th at 9:00 AM.  We will meet at the Tennis West Guardhouse.  A representative of Associa Canyon Gate will be with us for the walk.  The walk is an opportunity to identify work that needs to get done around the community. Join us!
Tennis West Board of Directors Meeting
Tuesday, March 20th, 6:00 PM at Billy Crews Fine Dining
The Board will host its monthly meeting, Tuesday, March 21st, 6:00 PM at Billy Crews Fine Dining.  Please join us!