For Safety of Everyone and Road Care
To All Ashton Woods Property Owners:
Due to the number of issues regarding speeding and 4 wheel abuse on our roads, we have been forced to implement a number of steps. These steps are important for the safety of all and to help maintain our 56 miles of roads in AW. As an accident is waiting to happen and as the majority of our dues go to maintaining our roads, these steps have become necessary.
1. We have determined that a more reasonable speed limit is 20 MPH, and signs to that effect will be installed.
2. Video monitoring of many of our roadways will be put into place. These cameras will be randomly moved to repeat problem areas.
3. A radar speeding unit will be put in place and also randomly moved to help people monitor their speeds. It will be video monitored to record repeat egregious offenders and progressive steps will be taken as necessary.
4. Additional signs will be placed, reminding people that AW is private property, and randomly riding the roads and hunting without land owners permission is prohibited.
We, as a board, regret that these steps need to be taken. Safety of all and care of our roads is paramount . We want everyone to be able to walk, hike and drive safely on our roads. We want you to enjoy your time in our mountains and our community, and we ask that everyone cooperate with our efforts. Be safe and enjoy Ashton Woods.
Paul Wangerin, AWPOA Board President