Meet your new Board of Directors

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At the SOA’s Annual Members Meeting on Nov. 19, 21 volunteers and four members of the Communications Committee counted 902 member ballots (along with votes from two builders and one commercial) and the result was: Tom Fitzgerald (601 votes), Bryan Martin (518), Terry Retter (784), Joe Strout (724). There were three open spots, which went […]

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Be a Santa to a senior

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Our holiday tree in the Canyon View Room is covered in special “bulbs’’ this season, courtesy of Home Instead Senior Care. Each bulb lists the name of an area senior in need, along with a suggested gift item. If you want to participate, select a bulb, purchase the item(s) listed, and drop the unwrapped gift(s) […]

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Second Annual Somersett Neighborhood of Lights

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          Thanksgiving weekend marks the official start of the holiday season and in Somersett, that means that it’s time to deck the yard!* If you are decorating this year, consider entering your display to be included in the Second Annual Neighborhood of Lights contest. This year we are introducing the following […]

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West Park update: A big donation; plans moving forward

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  Park plans, permits and bids Somersett West Park continues its move toward a spring ground-breaking. Park plans are currently in the final stages of AGC approval and from there they go to the city so that building permits can be pulled. City Parks Manager Jeff Mann expects the permits to be back sometime in November, […]

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Latest News

An El Niño winter is in the forecast

The Climate Prediction Center (CPC) says that the main factor for our weather this winter will be El Niño, which is expected to form this fall and continue through the winter. El Niño (which is Spanish for “The Little Boy”) is the name given to the condition when sea surface temperatures in the Eastern Pacific […]
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Snow removal and street sweeping

Here is a guide to snow removal along Somersett streets and sidewalks. Private streets Snow removal and street sweeping within the sub-associations of the Village and the Vue are the responsibility of the sub-associations. Other private streets within the Association will be plowed when there is an accumulation of three inches on the street. […]

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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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A gift that will make them say ahhhh …

Do you know anyone who doesn’t love a massage? We don’t! That’s why our Holiday Massage Special makes the perfect gift for just about anybody. For just $59, enjoy a 60-minute Signature Massage, plus a complimentary Peppermint Hand Scrub. It’s the perfect way to unwind from the stress of all of the holiday hustle 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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