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Scott County Planning and Development will hold an informational meeting on the proposed Park View Rental Registration and Inspection Ordinance at the Eldridge Branch of the Scott County Library on April 30th at 7 PM. These changes to the Scott County Housing Code would require all landlords in Park View to register their multifamily rental units, do background checks of prospective tenants, have written leases, and permit inspection of rental units with due notice. The proposed changes are copied directly from Eldridge’s rental ordinance.
Landscape Maintenance Person needed for beautification of Park View. The job is for general grounds maintenance and includes planting, watering, weeding and mulching landscapes, trimming shrubs and small trees and when time permits, mowing. The position is part-time (approximately 16 hours per week) during the growing season. Flexible days and hours! Starting pay is $12 per hour. Send resume to PVOA, 17 Lincoln Ave. Eldridge, IA 52748 or email resume to email@example.com
The 2019 Association dues of $100 needs to be paid by March 31st. A late fee of $25 will be added April 1, 2019.
Planning is underway for a fun filled 4th of July. What would you like included? Volunteers are needed for planning and helping on the day of the event. The next planning meeting is March 28th at 7 PM at the PVOA meeting room. Bring a friend!!
If you are planning a project on the outside of your house or in your yard, like a fence, pool or shed, please fill out an Architectural Improvement Application. The board will look at the request and will make a determination according to the covenants and Scott County zoning codes. The county will ask for a copy of this signed request with PVOA approval before issuing a building permit. PVOA will make every effort to quickly return your request so as not to delay your project. This simple process could prevent having to deal with costly adjustments that do not meet the covenants or Scott County codes. In addition, Dexter Acres is now covered by the PVOA and not Mel Foster Realty for project approval. This process is meant to protect you and your neighbors from projects that have a negative impact on the appearance or value of nearby properties. Park View is a beautiful community to live in and this will help to ensure that it will continue its appealing appearance, its prosperity, and growth into the future.