Pathway Renovation in Parks 5 and 6 Begins January 11th
Posted on Jan 8th, 2021
As most of you are aware that enjoy the greenbelts throughout out our community, our Association has had difficulty over the years with the quality of the walking pathways in Parks 5 and 6 (please click on the tab below: Greenbrook Map, and note the circled areas Park 5 and 6).
Through multiple methods of testing using engineers, it has been determined that using concrete instead of asphalt will provide the best overall performance based on location of these paths (near the creek).
The Board has contracted with Arrow Asphalt to remove the current asphalt pathways and install new concrete in the locations identified on the clickable tab below: “Arrow 2021".
Portions of the pathways will be closed during this process. The pathway renovations will be completed in sections - the Arrow 2021 tab below includes the dates when each section of the path will be done. There will be Pathway Closed signs posted. We ask that you follow these signs for your safety and allow Arrow's team to stay on schedule. The signs will be removed once the paths are open for use.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we make this improvement to better our community.
If you have any questions regarding this specific project, please contact our Property Manager, Randy Ritter, at 925-830-4848 x12 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
on Behalf of the Greenbrook Board of Directors
and Randy Ritter, CCAM, Property Manager, Greenbrook Homes Association
Posted on Oct 29th, 2020
The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the reopening of the TotLot, after closing in March due to Covid concerns. Prior to reopening, the TotLot Park area, which has sat completely idle for nearly eight months, has been cleaned up in anticipation of the return of our littlest Greenbrookers. Our landscape crew trimmed away overgrowth and tilled the sand; pest control made sure no other creatures were residing in our play structures, and our clean-up crews cleaned and sanitized our play equipment and high touch surfaces. To do your part, please remember to: wear a mask, age 2+; limit play time to 30 minutes when others are waiting; maintain 6ft of distance; no food or drink; plan your visit; sanitize or wash your hands before and after playtime.
Greenbrook Tennis Rules Updated February 2021
Posted on May 2nd, 2020
The Greenbrook Board of Directors is pleased to see the continued use of the Tennis Courts. The Association is following the Town of Danville, Contra Costa County and State of California guidelines in determining acceptable use during COVID. All other Common Areas remain closed at this time. Please note that the Tennis Courts are open for Play Only. The seating area remains closed.
Tennis Court Rules
During COVID Limited Use
· Face coverings are not required during play, but MUST be worn before and after at all times when on the premises (ages 2 and above).
· Gates are NOT to be propped open at any time.
· Please arrive immediately prior to play and depart as soon as possible at the conclusion of play. Use of the Courts is limited to play only.
· Seating areas and drinking fountains are not available for use.
· Standard rules of play are applicable.
· Per Contra Costa County Guidelines: “Outdoor activities in which people can maintain physical distancing from each other are allowed, but avoid mixing households and consuming food or beverages during the activity when around others.”
· All other Common Areas remain closed. The parking lot is to be used for parking only. Please do not send children unattended to the TotLot.
Members of the Greenbrook Board of Directors or Property Management may be present to observe play and ensure that the above guidelines are met. The Board of Directors reserves the right to restrict, modify or rescind the use of the Tennis Courts to ensure the health and safety of all Members.
Please remember to practice safe Social Distancing while using the Tennis Courts and while on Association property.
For additional information, please use the links blow. Note that Contra Costa County Health is the governing authority.
Contra Costa County Health COVID directive 4/29/20:
Town of Danville COVID directive 4/28/20:
Provided for informational reference-
USTA COVID-19 recommendations: