Nov. 24, 2020

Legacy Thanksgiving Week Hours of Operation

Legacy Thanksgiving Week Hours of Operation   Monday- Wednesday, November 23rd-25th- 9am- 5pm Thursday & Friday, November 26-27th – CLOSED   Business will resume as normal on Monday, November 30th, 2020   For emergency services, please dial 480-347-1900 and the voicemail will provide the on call phone number for the holiday and weekend.   Have a wonderful and safe Thanksgiving!

July 23, 2020

Dawn HOA Online Annual Meeting

Dawn HOA Annual Meeting Thu, Jul 30, 2020 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (MST) Please join my meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone. https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/759224573 OR https://bit.ly/dawnannualYou can also dial in using your phone. United States: +1 (872) 240-3311 Access Code: 759-224-573 New to GoToMeeting? Get the app now and be ready when your first meeting starts: https://global.gotomeeting.com/install/759224573

June 16, 2020

Legacy Will Be Closed

Legacy will be closed Friday July 3rd in observance of the 4th of July holiday.   Legacy will also be closed on Fridays in July.    If you have an emergency, please call Legacy at 480-347-1900 to obtain the emergency number. We apologize for any inconvenience.  

May 14, 2020

Dawn Pool Project- July 4th Opening

The Dawn Pool Project is happen now.  Dawn is adding to the pool area: • Adding hot tub• New furniture• Adding shade structures• Bathroom Accessability• New Landscape• Artificial Turf Estimated opening date: July 4th See Attached Picture.

April 29, 2020

Note From Landscaper About The Community Grass

See the notes below from the landscaper.   This time of year starts our transition period up to the beginning of April the rye grass has looked great and full. We were very happy with it. Here is a list of the steps we take to help the transition to the summer Bermuda from the winter rye and will help homeowners understand the process of ensuring our summer bermuda comes in as good as possible. I feel the area is looking great, especially all the new planting. With the new planting we have really focused on making sure the water is working for the plants and we are getting a lot of great starts to this growth season.    1.  We monitor the temps temperatures.  Once nighttime temperatures start exceeding 65 degrees  on a consistent basis (typically late April/early May), it’s time to start the spring transition. 2. Reduce your watering to 70-80% of your normal usage.  This will start stressing out the rye grass but will continue to support the bermudagrass. 3. Lightly verticut your grass to open up its canopy.  This allows more sunshine to reach the bermudagrass below. 4. We Spray winter grass weeds (this will cause for large dead spots to appear) 5. After Rye Grass is Stressed and dying we will up the water for growth. 6.  We Fertilize and increase your watering schedule.  After about 2 weeks, you should notice that the bermudagrass is overcoming the ryegrass. Broadcast a balanced fertilizer (i.e. 16-20-0) at a rate of 9 pounds per 1000 square feet and increase watering back to a normal summer watering schedule. 7. If you allow the ryegrass to grow unchecked, it will out compete the bermudagrass. When June comes with its Arizona heat, the ryegrass will finally die and you’ll be left with nothing but bare spots.   Hope this helps and gives understanding to this time of year. Buck Taylor Proscape Landscaping     Legacy Community Partners 459 N. Gilbert Rd. Suite A220 Gilbert, AZ 85234  

Dec. 13, 2017

New Homeowner Portal Access!

First-time users: Please click Register on the left side of the page. This will take you to the registration page where you will enter information concerning your association account. Once you click Submit, your user information will be verified and you will receive an email with a login password.

Sept. 5, 2017

Dawn HOA Pool Rules Reminder

DAWN HOA ASSOCIATION  POOL RULES   POOL HOURS           6 AM to 9 AM-ADULTS ONLY 18+           9 AM TO 9 PM-ALL AGES           9 PM TO 10:30 PM-ADULTS ONLY NO FOOD OR GLASS ALLOWED IN THE POOL AREA. PROPER SWIM ATTIRE MUST BE WORN AT ALL TIMES. NO CUT OFFS. NO DIAPERS. CHILDREN UNDER 14 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT AT ALL TIMES. NO BICYCLES, SKATEBOARDS, FRIZBEES, OR ROLLER BLADES IN POOL AREA. NO DIVING, RUNNING, OR HORSEPLAY IN THE POOL AREA. NO PETS IN THE POOL AREA. NO SMOKING IN THE POOL AREAS. NO ABUSIVE LANGUAGE. NO OBSCENE BEHAVIOR OR OBSCENE ACTIVITIES IN THE POOL AREA. THE MAIN POOL GATE IS TO BE KEPT CLOSED AND LOCKED AT ALL TIMES. ALL PERSONS USE OF POOL FACILITIES IS AT THEIR OWN RISK. ABUSE OF POOL FACILITIES IS MAY LEAD TO SUSPENDED PRIVILEGES. FOUR GUESTS ARE PERMITTED PER UNIT AT ANY ONE TIME. HOMEOWNER AND/OR TENANT ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CONDUCT OF GUEST. HOMEOWNER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR TENANTS. STEREOS AND RADIOS ARE TO BE KEPT AT LOW VOLUME. ALL PORTABLE EQUITMENT SHOULD BE BATTERY OPERATED. PLEASE USE TRASH CONTAINERS PROVIDED AND HELP POLICE THE AREA FOR TRASH. POOL FURNITURE IS TO BE KEPT IN POOL AREA AND NOT IN POOL. THE POOL FURNITURE IS NOT TO BE CLIMBED ON. NO CLIMBING ON THE POOL FENCE. POOF OF RESIDENCY MAY BE REQUIRED. PLEASE COOPERATE WITH ANYONE ASKING FOR THIS PROOF AND SHOW YOUR POOL KEY. ANY RESIDENTS FOUND VANDALIZING THE POOL AREA WILL BE ASSESSED THE CHARGES FOR REPAIR AND MAY BE SUBJECT TO FINES. ONLY TOYS MADE SPECIFICALLY FOR POOLS ARE ALLOWED. BBQ’S ARE PROHIBITED INSIDE THE POOL AREA. PLEASE DO NOT USE OILS OR SOAPS, AS IT DAMAGES THE WATER CLARITY AND FILTER. REPLACEMENT KEY POOL KEY IS $10.00.

May 13, 2017

Community Update May 2017

Several improvements are coming to the park area! Come spring we will beplanting new plants and tree throughout the community, additional seating for the park and 2 doggie waste stations! The “Pet Butler” stations will provide pet owners with plastic bags to use when cleaning up after your pet, as well as a place to then dispose of the waste. Garage DoorsJust a reminder to close your garage doors at night. This will help to reduce the amount of avoidable theft in the community. Management CompanyIf you have any community questions, concerns, landscape issues, etc., please feel free to contact Legacy Community Partners. We are here to help you.

May 13, 2017

SRP Shade Tree Program

SRP's Shade Tree Program provides customers up to two free desert-adapted trees (approximately 4-to-6 foot saplings) to plant in energy-saving locations around your home. Shading your home helps reduce cooling costs, improve air quality and lower the Valley's heat effect—without using a lot of water. To receive a free tree, participants are required to attend a free workshop to learn how to best plant and care for your trees. Space is limited. Reserve your spot by signing up online. Register here for a free workshop Program requirements You must be a current residential SRP customer, attend a Shade Tree workshop and: Have the legal right to plant trees on the property Plant trees on the south, west and east sides of your home Plant trees within 15 feet of exposed exterior walls and windows Have the ability to care for the tree, as needed  For more information, call (602) 325-1254