INTERNET SAFETY - March 7th

HSTA will host another Internet Safety Class for parents presented by the Ada County Sheriff's Office Wednesday March 7th at 6:30 pm at the Clubhouse (5525 W. Hidden  Springs Dr.) Age appropriate classes will be available to schedule at a later date if enough parents are interested in their children participating. To RSVP and attend, please visit Sign Up Geniushttp://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e054aada82aa3fd0-internet.

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LOOKING FOR A SUMMER JOB?

HSTA will be hiring Pool Monitors and a Jr. Site Crew Team again this year from a group of resident applicants (15+).  Monitors are assigned to the community pools for the season to open/close, check the facilities, maintain the decks, and enforce the rules. The Jr. Site Crew Team is assigned to tasks in the community farm, open space and other projects in the community! HSTA will host a job fair, date still to be determined for all interested applicants.

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WET WEATHER TRAIL USE

Wet weather conditions often mean muddy trails!  We encourage residents to make responsible decisions when considering hiking and biking community trails. Using the trails when they are soft and muddy compromises drainage dips that were put in to mediate trail erosion.  When users walk off or to the side of the trail to avoid mud, vegetation is killed and ultimately the trail is widened.  Foot and bike tracks on wet trails create deep holes and grooves making future use unpleasan...

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NO HUNTING NO SHOOTING

In response to recent calls to the Town Office about illegal hunting activities occurring in our foothills, a reminder hunting or shooting is not permitted on Hidden Springs property.   Signs are posted in several locations around the property and are designed to restrict hunting, the discharge of firearms and the use of motorized vehicles. The land is available for recreational use by all homeowners and residents of Hidden Springs.  Residents are welcome to enjoy hiking, biki...

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OFF LEASH & UNCONTROLLED PETS

Another reminder to those residents who continue to allow their dogs to roam, refuse to acknowledge their pet is not under their control, barks when cold or lonely, or poops anywhere but their own backyard.     HSTA respectfully asks you to consider the following:  Be neighborly – don’t leave the dog out in below freezing temps to bark for attention; when you see someone ahead of you on a trail, leash your dog until you pass; do not allow your dog to approa...

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