On Saturday morning, the Quail Run Neighborhood Watch group held its first gathering since 2019.
The 25+ neighbors who attended the driveway gathering enjoyed some overdue socialization and met some new neighbors.
Block Captain Ken Yee hosted the event and invited residents from all 46 homes on Quail Run to attend. Ken coordinated the event with the OCSD’s Ashely Sanchez who shared an overview of the department and how the neighborhood can help them keep us all safe.
Non-Emergency line: 714-647-7000 or 911 if it’s urgent/happening now.
Deputy Justin Meneses and Captain AJ Patella emphasized that we are the eyes and ears of the department and we make their job easier and more effective when we call them when we see things that are “not right” – like people in the park after 10:00 p.m. or vehicles that look like people are living in them.
The most important role we have is being aware.
If you hear breaking glass or smell something that’s odd, call them and let them investigate. If you are going on a trip, let them know by requesting a vacation check. They will drive by and check on things while you’re away. No, really they do.
After the short Q&A, the deputies and neighbors talked and got better acquainted. IT was a great way to kick-off July in Rossmoor. Another block is hosting a gathering later in July. When is your block getting together?
If you would like the RHA to help you create a gathering for your block (it can be a group of 5 homes or an entire block of 50), we are happy to. Just reply to this email or reach out to us here. The most important thing is for you and your neighbors to talk and be aware of what’s happening around you and your home. And of course, when you see something, say something!