From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

Several things to remember as the warmer weather begins:   Vendors cannot go door to door soliciting additional work in Deercreek with cards and flyers, etc. even though the vendors are currently working in Deercreek. Failure to comply with the non-solicitation...
From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

March will present at least two significant safety opportunities in Deercreek: Spring Break and Easter Sunday. That means there will potentially be more people and pedestrian traffic during spring break and more vehicle traffic on Easter Sunday for gatherings. Please...
From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

Residents who receive a citation and wish to appeal it should not contact the property manager or the guardhouse regarding the citation. They cannot take any action on citations. Rather, any contacts should be made to the Fine Appeal Committee, either in writing or in...
From the Access Control Committee

From The Access Control Committee

Remember crime and other mischief do not take holidays, so remain watchful and continue to practice good safety and security measures for yourself and your family. One other note: Effective January 1, the owners of private golf carts without valid insurance will be...
Access Control – December 2023

Access Control – December 2023

The Holiday Season is full of opportunities for theft of various kinds, one of which is packages left at doorsteps of residences. In Deercreek, residents should take as much care for protecting their package purchases as any other purchase. DO NOT leave them on...
New Guard Post Email

New Guard Post Email

Effective immediately, the new email address will be dcsupervisor@ramcoprotective.com No other email address will reach anyone in the guard house, so please ensure that your information is...
From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

Ten Tips for a Happy Holiday Season 1. Always be aware of your surroundings. Stay in lighted places and have at least one hand free. 2. Do not leave vehicles unlocked and/or with the keys in them. Leave nothing of value in plain sight in a vehicle. 3. Lock the doors...
From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

October is an active month with several football gatherings and ending with Halloween. Parents are asked to use good judgement as their children go trick or treating on Halloween. The JSO officers and Ramco guards are going to watching for underaged golf cart drivers...
From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee: School is now in session with buses and increased traffic. Please be cautious and also, be courteous. September can be a gathering month starting with Labor Day parties and football game gatherings. For all gatherings, please be sure...
From the Access Control Committee

From the Access Control Committee

SCHOOL IS STARTING OR HAS STARTED. Busses will be running and students will be walking and riding to various locations. Those dropping off students to catch busses are reminded of the following: • Do not park closer than 50 feet to a STOP sign. • Do not block...
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