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What's Up in Stallion Springs?

Stallion housing

Last year was a busy year for housing and related projects in Stallion Springs. Permits for 32 new homes were issued, 20 new fences and 13 new storage buildings and sheds. Multiple new permits were also issued for tree removal, standalone garages, patios, solar, new roofs and painting. Nine permits were also issued for various other property improvement projects.

Did you know we have CC&Rs (Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions) in the community. These CC&Rs are necessary to preserve and enhance property values throughout our community and to protect and maintain the rural residential character of the area. A few examples are: having paint samples, fencing, building and any outdoor structures approved. We protect our oaks; you must get approval for the removal of any oak trees on your property. Please take the time to review them on our website, http://www.stallionspringscsd.com, and call the office with any questions you may have.

New Board Member

Ed Gordon's term on the Board expired on December 17 and the Board took the required action to fill the vacancy. The Board received two applications to fill the position. The board interviewed the applicants to see who would best fill the position. Neil Record was chosen to fill the position. The January meeting was held by Zoom so he will be sworn in at the February 16 meeting.

Baseball is coming

A backstop was installed on January 14 at Man-O-War Park thanks to Brandon Warme and Ken Harrison. Additional agreements have been made for dugouts and bleachers. A full baseball field should be ready for use by spring.

The Stallion Springs Library

The Stallion Springs Library located at 20030 Pellisier Road was re-opened on Tuesday, January 12. Please keep us all safe by wearing masks as required by the CDC and staying home if you are not well.

Library hours: Tuesday/Thursday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Saturday noon to 3 p.m

Police Report

Police Chief Gary Crowell filed a report of statistics for December 2020. The Department had 11 arrests, issued two citations, had 105 reports, 118 calls for service, completed 68 officer initiated investigations, 57 field interviews and three medical assists. There were eight vacation house checks and the Department assisted other law enforcement agencies 14 times.

If you have a life-threatening emergency, call 911 and specify to the dispatcher that you live in Stallion Springs. The Stallion Springs Police Department is dispatched through the Kern County Sheriff's Office.

For non-life-threatening issues, please call (661) 861-3110. You may contact us by email or by using the contact information provided on the CSD website, http://www.stallionspringscsd.com. If you wish to make an appointment to speak with an officer, contact the CSD at (661) 822-3268. Appointments maybe canceled at any time due to limited police staffing.

The Stallion Springs Police Department encourages our residents and guests to sign up for our Nixle public notification alerts and to create a Smart911 profile. These safety communication systems are free for you to sign up. Please visit www.nixle.com or www.smart911.com now

Stallion Springs Board of Directors

The Board meets on the third Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. normally in the CSD Boardroom. The next meeting will be held February 16 at 6 p.m. in the CSD Board room, at the Community Center or Zoom subject to the restrictions created by the Coronavirus.