Hello again, fellow Creekers.
I’ve gotten a slew of emails and phone calls here recently all related to the same subject (no doubt because the summer weather is here and more people are out and about). With that, I’d like to share some sentiment on thoughtfulness and being neighborly.
Driving responsibly, keeping the noise down, and not littering are all simple things we can do to help be more neighborly and make Christopher Creek a better place.
We have many winding and small dirt roads here in Christopher Creek, so let’s slow down and drive responsibly. There are plenty of kids and elderly folks to especially be mindful of.
If we are playing loud music or having a party, we should make sure to turn it down by 9 or 10 p.m. if it might disturb our neighbors. Having a good time is great, but not at the expense of others. By keeping the noise down late at night, we can help to keep Christopher Creek the tranquil place that it is.
We can also help by not littering and making sure things go in the trash. This is such a beautiful community with the creek, largest stand of ponderosa pines and amazing wildlife. By simply not littering, and throwing things away, this helps to keep our community clean so we may continue to enjoy all the beautiful nature that surrounds us.
Christopher Creek is a wonderful, small and connected community. There is no such thing as too much common courtesy or common sense. Why not try to be even more neighborly while we are out enjoying the gorgeous weather we’ve got.
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