The in-person annual meeting was canceled due to recommendations from Santa Clara County during the COVID-19 situation and precautions were taken. The voting, however, continued. We achieved quorum with 352.53 votes received (we needed 258.41 or 20% of voting members).
Congratulations to 2020 board members David Hubbard and Philip Warnecke!
Your Board of Directors serving from 3-15-2020 until the annual meeting in March 2021 are Rick Swayne, Chris Goldsbury, David Hubbard, Philip Warnecke, and Philip Schuyler.
March 12 Announcement
The Annual Meeting of the Members scheduled for this Sunday, March 15, 2020, has been cancelled due to recommendations from the Santa Clara County Public Health Department’s concerns about the recent COVID-19 epidemic.
Although the meeting is cancelled, it is important that you vote and submit your ballots for the two open Board positions. RESA must receive your signed ballot to ensure we achieve voter quorum. If votes are not met, we must resend the voting package to each member of Redwood Estates.
Please sign, seal and deliver your ballot either to the RESA office mailbox, or mail them to the Inspector of Elections, P.O. Box 433, Redwood Estates CA, 95044.
If you would like to have your RESA bill sent to you via email, simply click here to send a note to the RESA office manager, who will add you to the list. Just let her know which email address you would like to use.
Come join your friends and neighbors for a fundraiser in support of the Redwood Estates poolhouse remodeling project! There will be a dunk tank, games, a 52-foot obstacle course, and old-fashioned fun for the entire family. The Loma Prieta Rockers will provide music from 2:00–5:00 p.m., and the barbecue starts at 3:00 p.m.
August 29, 2015, 1:00–6:00 p.m.
Friendship Park behind the Redwood Estates Pool
$15 for 12 and under
Includes $5 in bonus tickets
Sponsored by RESA. For more information, call us at 408-353-1866.
Pacific Gas and Electric (PG&E) has donated eight Scotch Broom pullers—tools used to remove this invasive species from properties—to the Santa Clara County Fire Safe Council.
Redwood Estates Services Association (RESA) has volunteered to administer the loan of six small and two large pullers to residents of the Lexington Hills CWPP (Community Wildfire Protection Plan), and to any of our mountain neighbors.
If you’ve never used one, you can visit the manufacturer’s website to view this tool in action.
Please contact the RESA Operations Manager, Jeff Bates, at the RESA office, 408-353-1866, or e-mail him at email@example.com to schedule the pickup and return of this handy tool.
Visit the Santa Clara County FireSafe Council website for more information regarding wildfire prevention.