SVE Covid-19 Guidelines

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Sunland Village East, like many Mesa, Arizona communities, is following the CDC and Governor Ducey's recommended guidelines in an attempt to do our part toward protecting the health of our residents.

Many Club and Community Events are currently on hold.

To help protect our residents from the virus, it is important for everyone to understand that the activities and ammenities may be used by SVE residents only. Guests and family members not residing at SVE may not use the SVE facilities or participate in any of the on-site activities.

Updates
The following is the latest email sent to residents from the Board of Directors pertaining to the Covid-19 facility usage.



DATE: January 5, 2021
TO:     THE RESIDENTS OF SUNLAND VILLAGE EAST
FROM: Candace Masquelier, SVE HOA President

The health of our residents is a top priority at Sunland Village East and with so many residents returning to SVE after the holidays and new residents moving in, it’s important we keep everyone informed by providing the Association’s COVID-19 protocols. The following protocols are in place and should be adhered to until further notice:

• SVE facilities are for residents only. At this time the facilities are not open to non-resident guests, including family members who do not live with you. Any resident bringing guests into any open SVE facility will have their access device deactivated. Please do not open the Association amenity gates/doors to strangers.
• Wear a mask to protect yourself and others. Wear the mask over both your nose and mouth.
• Keep social distancing of at least 6 feet.
• Wash your hands often. Use hand sanitizer and disinfectant wipes when hand washing is not readily available.

We strongly recommend that if you’ve traveled to another state or if you are a winter resident returning to SVE that you self-quarantine before participating in an SVE activity.

When using SVE amenities, please keep your access device with you at all times. If you lose the access device report it to the office immediately. Some clubs and groups require participants to wear Association or Club name tags.

Throughout this pandemic, the staff, the Board of Directors, and the community have come together in support of a common goal, to reduce the spread of COVID-19. As this is an ever-changing pandemic, we want to ensure that residents are kept informed.