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Deer Creek Golf Cart Community Information
Posted on Jan 9th, 2020 Comments (0)
Please see information below regarding the golf cart community ordinance.
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Win Free Dues for 2020
Posted on Jan 9th, 2020 Comments (0)
All registered residents at www.deercreekhighlands.com will be entered into a drawing where one lucky homeowner will receive free HOA dues for this year!  (up to $300 value).
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Break-ins
Posted on Sep 26th, 2019 Comments (0)
Unfortunately there have been a few break-ins recently.  In one case, a car was stolen after being left unlocked and in another, a vehicle was stolen after a garage door was accidentally left open.  Please report any suspicious activity by calling 911.  Also, HERE are some tips from the Douglas County Sheriff. 
 
https://www.omahasheriff.org/crimes-and-prevention/prevention-information/crime-prevention-tactics
 
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Important Golf Cart Information
Posted on May 14th, 2019 Comments (0)
After receiving a great deal of support from residents, we are finally presenting the golf cart community ordinance to the Douglas County Board.  The link below will take you to the public notice.  As you know, it is currently illegal to drive a golf cart on the street at any time.  The ordinance would allow licensed and insured drivers to utilize a street between sunup and sundown.  We have a comprehensive plan to place signage in the neighborhoods to alert drivers of the possibility of encountering a cart, should Douglas County approve the ordinance.  There are many restrictions and we believe this enhances the safety of the neighborhood.  Please use the contact us feature if you have any questions.  Important details, restrictions, and penalties for violation are listed below.  Please note, this is not yet effective and is only a notice of a proposal.  You may not use a golf cart on the street and you may be ticketed and/or have the cart towed, if you are stopped by law enforcement.
 
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Golf Cart Community
Posted on Jan 23rd, 2019 Comments (0)
The board is working with our local government bodies to explore becoming a golf cart community.  See the state statute HERE