There are many good reasons to join our e-blast list. We’ve listed five of them further below on this webpage. Most important, we want to help you stay informed regarding our daily operations and the benefits and responsibilities that come with membership in our association.
Along with SRCA E-News, we highly recommend that all homeowners also sign up for a private online account with GrandManors, our professional management company. You can choose which email address to save in your private online profile. GrandManors will use this email address to connect with you privately related to your SRCA account.
Please note that saving an email address in your private online account does not subscribe you to receive public SRCA E-News blasts. Not only does Constant Contact, our blast service provider, require voluntary subscription by users, but GrandManors also protects (and does not share) the information saved in your private online profile.
For questions related to our public SRCA E-News blasts, submit your query via the Submit a Question page on this website.
FIVE REASONS TO SIGN UP FOR E-NEWS
1. E-News features a fast turnaround time and news cycle.
Each SRCA communication channel, from the Stonebridge Ranch News magazine to this website, provides a uniquely useful way for the Board, its appointed committees, and the association staff to communicate essential information to homeowners. We use E-News to notify you about the latest and most important association news. Each blast features topical updates related to the community at large, as well as upcoming social event details and other reminders.
2. We use E-News to send one-time broadcasts re: vital association info.
Typically, we send E-News only twice a month, but as needed, we use it to send special announcements, too. Examples include Storm & Disaster Declarations proclaimed by the Board President. This functionality was put to good use in 2017, when the Board President announced an expedited modification application process for homeowners impacted by widespread hailstorms. Within 24 hours of that weather event, the residents on our E-News blast list had the details they needed in their email inboxes.
3. E-News provides a two-way channel of communication by soliciting your feedback.
4. Your subscription is free and voluntary.
Only you can opt yourself into our email blast list. We follow industry-standard best practices in the maintenance of the list by keeping your sign-up info private and using it only to send E-News to you. (Though you can opt out any time by clicking the “Unsubscribe” button at the bottom of each email, we highly encourage you to stay in the list. Even if some blasts do not contain info that you find pertinent, you may miss an important community declaration by unsubscribing.)