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KALA POINT EXPO
for Emergency Preparedness
Saturday, September 28
12 noon to 5pm – Clubhouse

Don’t miss the Kala Point EXPO, featuring an outstanding line-up of six
important presentations from community first responders and some of our
most knowledgeable neighbors, describing how to act fast and act smart in
real-life emergencies — like surviving an active shooter, calming a
traumatized neighbor, or evacuating when fire threatens.


The Emergency Preparedness Committee will offer FRS walkie-talkie
radios for sale ($10), and share information on basic step-by-step
emergency preparations, what the EPC does (and how you can help), and
what our Cassandra Cache disaster supplies initiative is all about.


Make a point of stopping by – a short visit could save your life!
Questions? Contact Anne Englander at anne.englander@gmail.com or 360
316-9339.

TOWN HALL MEETING

Thursday, October 3, 2019

6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the Clubhouse 

Learn more about the EPC’s Cassandra Cache proposal to create a stockpile of disaster supplies for Kala Point — what’s in it, why we need it, how we will implement it over time, and how it will impact member assessments. 

Please sign up for KALA POINT ALERT, a free service that allows you to receive emergency alerts by text message.  These emergency alerts could be related to specific hazards that require action be taken such as evacuation, shelter in place, boil water, etc., or other urgent emergency information directly affecting Kala Point.

Please click on the (blue) link directly below to register for Kala Point Alert

KALA POINT ALERT SIGN UP

Next Board Meeting – October 8, 2019, 1:00 PM at the Clubhouse

2020 Budget Presentation – October 15, 2019, 10:00 AM at the Clubhouse

To view the New “Vehicle Identification and Access Policy” – Click Here

To view the New “Towing Policy” – Click Here 

The Kala Point community is a common-interest residential homeowners association (HOA). By purchasing or building within Kala Point homeowners agree to follow the HOA’s governing documents, which include Conditions, Covenants and Restrictions of Record (CC&Rs), Rules and Regulations, By-Laws and detailed Administrative Policies and Procedures (APPs). APPs are board-enacted rules. The protective umbrella of these governing documents works in the best interest of all homeowners ensuring higher standards of neighborhood appearance and enhancing the collective value of the homes.