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PebbleCreek’s Community Services Patrol Department
enforces community rules, as well as provides many homeowner services,
such as driving by vacationing residents’ houses, jump-starting
homeowners’ vehicle batteries, and alerting homeowners about water
leaks. The Community Services Patrol’s presence is intended to
discourage crime and to provide assistance within PC.
Community Services Patrol officers perform their duties as agents of the HOA, for the benefit of residents. The Community Services Patrol has the power and authority to enforce PC’s CC&Rs, By-Laws, Articles, Rules, and ALC Guidelines.
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Community Services Patrol truck.
Community Services Patrol
officers do not have the power or authority of police officers. City of
Goodyear police and other law-enforcement agencies handle criminal-law
violations within PC, and can be called upon to handle vehicle-related
criminal violations that are also covered by city or state law.
you have questions about traffic accidents or other incidents near
PebbleCreek that involve the Goodyear Police, the best source of
information is the Public Information Officer of the Goodyear Police
Department, Lisa Kutis. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Service requests: Community Services Patrol provides services to residents 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Do not hesitate to call on Community Services Patrol at 623-935-0387.
Information requests: If you have questions about guest entry or other issues involving the guard gates, however, call 623-935-0387 24 hours per day, seven days per week.
PebbleCreek’s Guest Relations Department
greets all residents, guests, and vendors who drive through the two
main entry gates. Its mission is to ensure friendly, courteous, speedy
drive-throughs that avoid delays and wait lines.
Uniformed Guest Relations staff members greet guests and homeowners driving through PC's guard gates.
Guest Relations staff members, wearing
red shirts and khaki pants, work the gates daily 24 hours a day. If you
have questions about guest entry or other issues involving the guard
gates, contact GR staff at 623-935-0387.
Radio Frequency Identification tags allow
automated entry through the PC entrance gates. The Patrol installs
approved RFID tags on the windshields of residents’ automobiles,
recreational vehicles, motorcycles, and golf carts – after homeowners
have completed a tag-application process. To apply for a new or
replacement RFID, consult Resident & Guest Services.
An online homeowner-registration system enables you to pre-register information about your residence, vehicles, emergency contacts, vacation dates, visitors, and other pertinent data.
Your password-protected information helps Community Services Patrol and Guest Relations staff members respond quickly to various security and safety situations that may arise.
For example, expediting guests through the guard gate and printing them directions to your house, or responding to an alert about your property while you’re out of town, are assured, if you have registered with the online system.
|Director of Community Services: John Singleton|
Office: 623-535-8871 - Option 8
Patrol: 623-935-0387 (Eagle's Nest Gate House)
Office location: Room 101 Eagle’s Nest Activities Center
(on the northeast corner of Robson Circle and Clubhouse Drive)
The Patrol Clerk’s Office is in the Eagle’s Nest Clubhouse and is open Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.