Somersett Profile: Amanda Burden

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Occupation: Editor/Publisher/Owner of edible Reno-Tahoe and edible Sacramento magazines Years in Reno: 17 Originally from: Santa Barbara, Calif. What gets you up in the morning? Presenting fascinating stories about Reno’s, Lake Tahoe’s, and the Greater Sacramento area’s food and drink culture (from farming, ranching, and food artisans to […]

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MC Believe: A vision worth celebrating

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  The Northwest Reno community comes together each September to celebrate its children and to reconfirm a belief in the importance of education. The MC Believe in Education 5K and Fun Run, which marks its seventh year on Sunday, September 23, attracts young and old, fit and not-so-fit, people who participate every year and first-timers, […]

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West Park update: New timeline, grants, Pet Evac Pak promotion

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Last week we were thrilled to find out that Somersett West Park was awarded a 2018 Petsafe® Bark for Your Park™ grant totaling $25,000. West Park was one of just 13 community dog parks chosen for the grant from among 120 applicants. Congratulations and thanks to John Willoughby of the Somersett Parks Advisory Committee, who […]

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Coats for homeless veterans

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Do you have any new or gently used jackets or coats you could donate to help homeless veterans? The Wild Whimsical Women (WWW) would like to collect 120 coats for the Veterans Stand Down on Sept 21 at the Capitol Hill Veterans Outreach Center in Reno. The Veterans Stand Down is a one-day, recovery-oriented event […]

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Seeking candidates for open SOA Board positions

Would you like to add your valuable input to the Somersett community by serving on the SOA Board of Directors? Becoming a member of the Board is a great way to give back to your community and neighbors and at the same time, the position gives you a chance to influence Somersett’s policies and regulations. […]
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Irrigation leak along Somersett Parkway

A large irrigation pipe in the center median between Ridgefield Trail and Painted River Trail on Somersett Parkway has developed a leak, which has proved difficult to locate due to the slope and the length of the irrigation run. We now suspect that the rupture may be under the roadway. We are in the process […]
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Accessing this website: FAQs

The Somersett.net website has both a public side as well a private side accessed by homeowners with a login. The public side has general news about living in Somersett. The homeowners-only side of the website contains important SOA documents, information about Board and Committee meetings, calendars, and news about the SOA not appropriate for […]

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What to do if you spot a problem in a common area

You are out for a stroll around your neighborhood and you notice a malfunctioning sprinkler head. Or perhaps you spot a damaged sign or a wasp nest in an area frequented by walkers and joggers. If the issue is in a common area, do you know who to notify? For most of Somersett’s common areas, […]
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New class! Mind-Body Wellness Training with Bruce

Do you want to learn to control stress? Maintain balance in your life? Learn how to “awaken the healer inside’’ to help fight ailments? We’re excited to introduce Bruce Knowlton’s Mind-Body Wellness Training designed to help you achieve all of these goals and more. This class will teach you how to fight fatigue, stress and […]
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Sidewalk closed

The asphalt sidewalk on the north side of Somersett Parkway below the three-tiered wall at the 2nd roundabout is closed to public use. Engineers evaluating rockery walls for the SOA deemed this wall to be potentially unsafe with an elevated risk of failure. Cones with signage indicating closure have been placed on both ends of the closed […]

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