Notice from Pivit that the email server was finally closed on Wed 10 Feb. This applies to all emails ending with coomerawaters.net.au coomerawaters.com.au and pivit.com.au Pivit left the email server open an extra month to allow residents more time to get new email addresses and update their subscriptions etc.
Make sure you update your Body Corporate Manager with your new email address. Click here for contact details.
Security alert - a child on a bike was approached by a man in a white van on Sunday 31 Jan in the Rampage area. The child quickly cycled home and the van drove off. Security and local police have been informed. Security has been investigating.
Please discuss stranger danger with your children and encourage them to be aware of their surroundings and also to:
- always travel with a friend through the estate
- let their parents know where and when they will be out and about in the estate
- yell out or run away if approached
- have Security's number 5501 9299 and 000 programmed into their mobile phones
Please contact Security if you ever see anything suspicious on or around the estate 5501 9299.
In the lead-up to fire season, Wasp Creek Rural Fire Brigade is working to reduce the risk to all homes and properties within our area. In recent inspections Wasp Creek discovered that some residents in Coomera Waters are dumping garden waste over their fences onto the Council fire trails that run at the back of homes. Some residents are also parking on the trails. These actions increase the bushfire risk to CW homes.
These fire trails are established as a buffer between homes and the natural bushland and it is imperative that they be kept clear to reduce the fuel loading. It also allows a clear access should a fire truck be responded to a fire call. It is illegal to dump waste on these Council fire trails (fines can be incurred). So please do not dump waste or park on the trails.
Please note that it is also against the CW by-laws to dump waste on any body corporate common property. So please don't just dump it - be responsible and considerate when disposing of any waste.
Here's the link for Council's green waste collection service which is available in Coomera Waters http://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/environment/green-waste-bin-collection-23996.html
You can also find more info about koala conservation at the Council website link below including an online form for all koala sightings. You can also call 1300 465 326 to report koala sightings. http://www.goldcoast.qld.gov.au/environment/koala-conservation-4020.html