The May-June 2024 Edition of the Aerial Magazine

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2024 State of the City

NORTH LAS VEGAS Mayor Pamela Goynes-Brown delivered the 2024 State of the City address on March 28th at Aliante Resort, showcasing the city’s extraordinary momentum in economic development and growth, focus on education and initiatives that improve public safety and the quality of life for all North Las Vegas residents.

The State of the City opened up with an amazing video entitled “We Are North Las Vegas!” The mayor thanked its creator Jake Levesque, a firefighter for the City of North Las Vegas, who taught himself the videography skills to bring this video to life. Please view it at this website: continues on page 5

1 May-June What’s Inside 10 12 Keep North Las Vegas Safe Truancy Diversion Program 14 15 17 Dive into Pool Season 2024 Summer Luau Summer Water Restrictions

From the President

THE SOUTHERN NEVADA WATER DISTRICT has approved the Association to receive the final rebate for removing the nonfunctional turf along our streets and replacing it with drought tolerant plants as mandated by AB 356. The final rebate amount is $108,211.50, bringing the total rebate amount to $374,870. The Association paid a total of $1,196,395 to do the turf conversion. Therefore, the net cost is $821,615. The turf conversion is expected to save 16,886,300 gallons of water per year. Gothic has already started turf conversion in two landscaped arroyos.

When I was first elected to the board in 2014, the Association was a plaintiff in foreclosure lawsuits involving over 1,200 homes in Aliante. The Association was a plaintiff because of what was later deemed questionable foreclosure sales by our collection agency at the time. The collection agency was also a plaintiff in these lawsuits. The collection agency filed for bankruptcy, leaving the Association to pay for their error. I am pleased to say the last lawsuit has been settled and all lawsuits were settled without the need for any special assessments. The following was drafted by our legal counsel to comply with NRS 116.31088(4). This will be read into the record at the April 25, 2024 Board Meeting.

“For several years, the Association has been involved in a lawsuit related to the foreclosure sale of the property located at 6853 Jungle Fowl Street, North Las Vegas, NV 89084. Other parties to the lawsuit were Deutsche Bank and SFR Investments Pool 1, LLC. In exchange for a release of all claims raised or that could have been raised in the lawsuit, Deutsche Bank accepted and SFR together with Aliante Master Association agreed to pay the following: the total settlement amount of $225,000 of which SFR must pay $212,500.00 and Aliante Master Association must pay $12,500.00.

1. As anticipated by the Parties, the appropriate documents regarding the deed to the property located at 6853 Jungle Fowl Street, North Las Vegas, Nevada, 89084 will be executed.

2. The Parties will execute a settlement agreement (the “Agreement”) that includes, but is not limited to, the release of all claims, the amount of the Settlement Payment, the form and method by which the Settlement Payment will be made, the execution of documents related to the deed, that the Agreement is fully integrated, governed by Nevada law, and each party will bear its own fees and costs.

3. The Parties are actively working together to submit the necessary documents to the court which will then dismiss the lawsuit and this matter will be closed.”

Important Decisions at the March 2024 Board Meeting

• The Board opened sealed bids to paint the monument walls in LaVella, Pavona, Ravenna, Salerno, San Destin, Serenata, and Vialetto from Kelleher Davis in the amount of $39,000 and RSI Companies in the amount of $71,682 at the February meeting. The Property and Grounds Committee requested the Board table the item until we receive a proposal from Empire Works, the company that painted the monument walls the last time the walls were painted. We approved the Empire Works proposal in the amount of $29,094.

• We approved a revised proposal from Gothic in the amount of $38,330 to renovate the entrance landscaping for Salerno. The original proposal was in the amount of $50,415.

• After receiving approval from the City of North Las Vegas, the Board approved a proposal from Gothic Landscaping in the amount of $8,691 to install a pedestrian gate and fence across an open easement in Vialetto.

• The Board approved a proposal from Gothic Landscaping in the amount of $9,875 to add a flagstone walkway in the above-mentioned easement in Vialetto.

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Board of Directors

Michael Breault, President

Jim Spencer, Vice President

Cherie White, Secretary

Stanley Wright, Treasurer

R. Wayne Headrick, Director

Heather McAlister, Director

Rachelle Church, Director


Aliante Master Association

c/o FirstService Residential 2590 Nature Park Drive, Suite 100

North Las Vegas, NV 89084 Phone: (702) 399-7327

Office Staff

Community Manager Janelle Fuhrmann, CM, CMCA®, AMS®

Assistant Community Manager Liza Chimal

Lifestyle Coordinator Gabriella Murata

Administrative Compliance Coordinator Reina Tejada

Aliante Master Resident Portal/Website

Management Office Hours Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Securitas Roving Patrol

Roving Patrol 1: (702) 237-4724

Roving Patrol 2: (702) 237-4723

Cost Center Delegates

La Vella: Vacant • Pavona: Vacant

Ravenna: Vacant • Salerno: Joyce Pizzo

San Destin: Vacant • Serenata: Vacant Vialetto: Vacant

Sub-Association Delegates

Autumn Ridge/Springdale: Stan Wright

Club Aliante: Fred Wilebski

The Courts at Aliante: Sarah Davi Cove at Aliante: Vacant

Estates at Aliante: Vacant

Fields: Michael Shappley

Manor at Aliante: Vacant

Prominence at Aliante: Launa Esparza Seasons: Vacant

Seville Etage: Matthew Olden

Terrasini: Sue DeLong

Treviso: Gene Neal

Community Hotline (702) 399-4273

Aliante Master Association, its agents, and affiliates are not responsible for any services listed or rendered by third parties through this publication.

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Upcoming Committee Meetings

All meetings listed below will be held virtually. To receive updated Board meeting information please be sure to register your email address on the Aliante Master website at

Architectural Review Committee Meetings as needed

Compliance Committee

Thursday, May 2nd, 2024 5:00 p.m.

Thursday, June 6th, 2024 5:00 p.m.

Finance Committee

Tuesday, May 21st, 2024 5:00 p.m.

Tuesday, June 18th, 2024 5:00 p.m.

Property and Grounds Committee

Tuesday, May 7th, 2024 4:30 p.m.

Tuesday, June 4th, 2024 4:30 p.m.

Publications Committee

No meeting in May

Monday, June 10th, 2024 4:00 p.m.

Safety Committee

Wednesday, May 1st, 2024 4:00 p.m.

Wednesday, June 5th, 2024 4:00 p.m.

Social Committee

Monday, May 6th, 2024 4:00 p.m.

Monday, June 3rd 2024 4:00 p.m.

Committee Members

Architectural Review


Michael Breault (Board Liaison)

Dana Campbell (Chair)

Emilio Brunetti

Joyce Pizzo

Stan Wright

Gene Neal

Liza Chimal (Staff Liaison)

Compliance Committee

Heather McAlister (Board Liaison)

Dennis Spoto (Chair)

Tiana Hudson

Lee Kaainoni

Dana Campbell

Joyce Pizzo

Harold Witherspoon

Liza Chimal (Staff Liaison)

Finance Committee

Stanley Wright (Board Liaison)

Gene Neal

Cherie White

Elie Taylor

Janelle Fuhrmann (Staff Liaison)

Property & Grounds Committee

Jim Spencer (Board Liaison)

Dennis Spoto (Chair)

Wilson Langford

Tim Yanchisin

Oscar Mandujano

Janelle Fuhrmann (Staff Liaison)

Publications Committee

R. Wayne Headrick (Board Liaison)

Gabriella Murata (Staff Liaison)

Safety Committee

Wilson Langford (Chair)

Bill Foster

Lynn Geils

Debbie Wiechecki

Elie Taylor

Rachelle Church

Janelle Fuhrmann (Staff Liaison)

Social Committee

Cherie White (Board Liaison)

Joyce Pizzo(Chair)

Samesha Ramadan

Dennis Spoto

Gabriella Murata (Staff Liaison)

From the Mailbag

What is a Home Title Lock?

Home Title Lock is a monitoring and alert service. While it doesn’t qualify as a fraud or scam, here in Clark County, it is a solution to a problem that doesn’t really exist.

Title to your property can’t be stolen, but it can be clouded. Most causes of a cloud on your title are things like improper recording of past sales, liens being placed on the property, deceased person(s) listed on the deed, foreclosure, or ignoring an easement. Home Title Lock doesn’t deal with any of these more common issues. It is directed at fraudulent activities such as someone submitting a forged deed, mortgage or other fabricated documents, activities that are quite rare.

If your property is located in Clark County, you can sign up for the Recording Notification Service. It allows you to receive an email alert when a document is recorded against your property, name or parcel number. If someone records a document against your property, even documents that are legitimate, you will receive an email alert almost immediately – one of your Master Association Board members submitted a trust name change at the Tenaya Way Recorder’s Office and he had an email alert waiting for him when he got home. With this kind of “no cost” response time, you definitely don’t need to sign up for anything that costs you money every month.

Did you know?

The Clark County Assessor offers a Recording Notification Service that allows members of the public to receive an email alert whenever a document is recorded at the Clark County Recorder’s Office. The new Clark County RNS allows individuals to receive an email alert when a document is recorded against a specific property, name, or parcel number. Enrolling in the Recording Notification Service takes four easy steps and requires simple information.

For more information or questions about the Clark County Recording Notification Service (RNS), visit our website at: You can also phone us at 702-455-2844

Scan the QR Code to register

Upcoming Board Meetings

Thursday, May 23, 2024

6:00 p.m. Executive session (closed to homeowners)

7:00 p.m. Board of Directors meeting (open to homeowners virtualy and in person)

Thursday, June 20, 2024

6:00 p.m. Executive session (closed to homeowners)

7:00 p.m. Board of Directors meeting (open to homeowners virtualy and in person)

All meetings listed above are held at the Aliante FirstService Residential office, located at 2590 Nature Park Drive, Suite 100 North Las Vegas, NV 89084

Committee & Board Meetings

Please scan the QR code for the desired Committee and/or Board meeting you would like to attend. Please note, some committee meetings are not open to homeowners. Only the committees open to all homeowners are provided.

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Finance Safety Social P & G Board

From the Treasurer


Cash in the operating accounts totaled $1,827, 990.

Cash in the reserve accounts totaled $2,879,133. Cash in the Legal fund totaled $79,383. The Association is in compli ance with paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS116.3115 and that reserve funds have not been used for daily maintenance. According to the 2022 reserve study, the fully funded reserve account balance as of the end of 2024 should be $2,605,464.

Delinquent accounts receivable totaled $1,198,731. Accounts receivable balances include uncollected fines of $1,112,339. Delinquent receivables are being collected in accordance with the Association’s collection policy.

Income & Expense Statement

For the month ending February 28, 2024, Operating Income amounted to $365,855. The Associ ation incurred $271,614 in expenses which included a transfer of $55,645 to the reserve account.


Cash in the operating accounts totaled $1,854,498.

Reserve fund revenue amounted to a net of $30,288 including interest income and $55,645 transfer from the operating fund. Expenses amounted to $29,800.

The Board acknowledges that they have fulfilled their duty to review the financial statements in accordance with NRS 116.31083 subject to any current NRS or NAC required year-end audit or review.

Cash in the reserve accounts totaled $2,927,344. Cash in the Legal fund totaled $79,433. The Association is in compliance with paragraph (b) of subsection 2 of NRS116.3115 and that reserve funds have not been used for daily maintenance. According to the 2022 reserve study, the fully funded reserve account balance as of the end of 2024 should be $2,605,464.

Delinquent accounts receivable totaled $1,216,128. Accounts receivable balances include uncollected fines of $1,135,264. Delinquent receivables are being collected in accordance with the Association’s collection policy.

Income & Expense Statement

For the month ending March 31, 2024, Operating Income amounted to $366,924. The Association incurred $247,388 in expenses which included a transfer of $55,645 to the reserve account.

Reserve fund revenue amounted to a net of $21,171 including interest income and $55,645 transfer from the operating fund. Expenses amounted to $22,753.

The Board acknowledges that they have fulfilled their duty to review the financial statements in accordance with NRS 116.31083 subject to any current NRS or NAC required year-end audit or review

The Aliante Master now has the ability to add up to 3 addresses to a homeowner’s account.

The main mailing/billing address or primary address will receive ALL correspondences from the Association. The second (usually a property manager or management company) and third address (home) will receive non-compliance letters only. If you would like to add a third address to your account, please email management at

* Please note the request must be in writing from the deeded owner or their authorized representative.

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From the President

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• The Property and Grounds Committee suggested adding additional lighting to the newly created Aviary Park on the corner of Aviary Way and Deer Springs Way. The corner was turned into a park to lawfully keep a small amount of live turf on the corner. The Board approved a proposal from Twilight Lighting in the amount of $10,819.94 to install 15 additional lights.

• During an inspection of the common elements in Ravenna, it was noticed that there were several trip hazards on the sidewalks in Ravenna. The Board approved a proposal from Gothic Landscaping to replace 5 panels at a cost of $7,080.

• The Board approved a proposal from Gothic Landscaping in the amount of $9,730 to replace the brittle and leaking irrigation lines in La Vella.

• Gothic Landscaping submitted two more proposals to trim and thin large trees to prevent them from being severely damaged or toppled by strong winds. The bids were $2,625 for the trees in the median in front of the ER and $11,250 for the trees on Elkhorn. Gothic reported that we have not had any trees severely damaged or toppled by the last three strong windstorms since they started thinning the large trees. In the past, there were always a few damaged or destroyed by strong windstorms. The Board approved both proposals.

• The City of North Las Vegas will be donating 20 trees for the Association to plant close to the backyards of the home in Fields that have had their privacy invaded by the under-construction Sync Apartments. The Board voted to approve a proposal in the amount of $3,800 from Gothic Landscaping to plant and install irrigation for the trees.

Important Decisions at the April 2024 Board Meeting

• Gothic Landscaping provided two proposals to remove 12” to 16” of sediment that has accumulated over the years in two drainage areas near Goynes Elementary School. After the sediment is removed, 9-12” cobble rock will be added to protect against soil erosion in heavy rainfalls. The

State of the City

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Last month, the city broke ground on the long awaited water line to Apex Industrial Park. This problem has been awaiting a solution for over three (3) decades, and with a series of partnerships, a solution has been found to get water to Apex. By partnering with Weston Adams of Western States Contracting, a creative oversize agreement was the first major breakthrough. Weston proposed partnering with the City to oversize the waterline so water could be delivered to not only his project, but to future projects in the southern part of Apex. This would allow thousands of acres

proposals in the amount of $8,755 for the large drain area and $2,290 in the small drain area were approved.

• A proposal from Gothic Landscaping in the amount of $6,171 to remove 11 Chitupa trees and replace them with six 24” box size Bottle trees and remove the aged Rosemary at the Valley entrance to La Vella was approved.

• The Board approved a proposal in the amount of $1,875 to add a flagstone walkway from the sidewalk into the park outside the entrance to Springdale.

• Gothic Landscaping provided a proposal in the amount of $6,584.50 to trim large trees in Ravenna to help prevent strong winds breaking their branches or destroying the trees. The proposal was approved.

• The Board approved two proposals from Gothic Landscaping in the amount of $5,962.50 for tree trimming on Decatur and Rome and $13,619 for tree trimming on N. Deer Springs and another proposal in the amount of $1.050 to replace three trees throughout Aliante that have been removed due to disease.

• Director Wayne Headrick has been working for over a year on revising and reducing the number of pages in the Aliante Architectural Guidelines. On Tuesday, April 16th, the Architectural Review Committee met with Director Headrick to review the Design Guidelines and offer their input for suggested revisions. After discussion and input, the Committee unanimously approved the Revised Guidelines and asked that it be presented to the Board for its approval and recommendation for review by our legal counsel.

• The Board approved a request from the Social Committee to approve a budget of $35,428.28 for the Summer Luau Event.

to open immediately to jump start the entire park as well as create jobs and enterprise.

UNLV President, Keith Whitfield, held his State of the University earlier in April 2024, about the planning and development plans for the last large tract of land available in the valley. There are 5,000 acres north of the 215 between Pecos and North 5th Street which will provide a unique opportunity to transform not only our region, but our state. UNLV will soon own 2,000 acres, with the City having stewardship of 3,000 acres. For perspective, UNLV’s current campus is roughly 335 acres. Together

with President Whitfield, there are discussions of how to use the land to reimagine healthcare. With the leadership of Veterans Services Coordinator Walter Lescano, the North Las Vegas Veterans and Community Resources Center has provided our veterans and service members a one-stop shop for health care, housing, and employment services. The Veterans Center has brought together people with diverse backgrounds and has helped empower our veterans and service members to get them the help they need.

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Maintenance Report:

March 2024


On going tree trimming: Walking Trails 59- 59N-60-60S and 61 are currently having trees trimmed. We balance the canopies, do a clearance prune and dead wood removal as well as end weight reduction.

Selective Shrub Pruning: This process is key in keeping the plants looking their best without interfering with bloom cycles. As the recently installed plants begin to establish roots, the burst of growth of the plants and trees throughout the community begins to fluctuate, and we need to customize our approach regarding the pruning and general care of all plants and trees. As you know, Aliante Master has very many different species of plants, and each species grows at a different rate. Some of those species required trimming at different times of the year.

Plant Rejuvenation: We continued to clean up & rejuvenate the Lantana around the property and get them ready for spring blooming. Rejuvenation cutbacks can be performed between December all the way through April depending on plant type. In general, we want to perform our “cutbacks” once we are beyond the possibility of frost or freeze damage.

Mineral Build Up Removal: The decorative rock and Decomposed Granite was raked to disperse the mineral build up that emerges to the top of the decorative rock. This powdery white stuff that accumulates on the surface of the decorative rock does not compromise the health of the trees or plants, these mineral deposits are just an aesthetic problem that can easily be solved by raking the rock.

Clean up Behind Pavona: During the first week of March we removed weeds and debris behind the wall that is adjacent to future school lot on Aviary and Dorrell. This maintenance is done twice a year once in early springs and once in early fall (October).

Flower Exchange in Pots: During the second week of March, all flowers in the Aliante Master pots were replaced. The flowers that were used for this application were a mixture of Pansy and Snap Dragon.

Weed Removal: As we all know, weeds thrive with rain and sunshine. Fortunately and unfortunately, we got plenty of both in the last few weeks. Effective weed control involves regular maintenance, using techniques such as pulling and spraying herbicides. Please rest assured, Aliante Master is receiving the utmost care and attention to weed control. Aerating and Fertilizing: We aerated the turf in the community and will fertilize with 16-6-8.

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Photos 1 and 2: repair main irrigation lines and connection. Photos 3 and 4: annual flower replacement in large planters.

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Photo 5: six control valves replaced due to wear and damage.

Photo 6: thirty feet (30’) of 3/4” tubing replaced due to tree root damage preventing watering of near by trees and shrubs.

Photo 7: perennial grass maintenance before, photo 8 perennial grass maintenance after.

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State Your Claim

Could Nevada be holding money for you?

What money you may ask, Items specified in Nevada Revised Statutes 120A says Nevada could hold financial assets owed to an individual or a bus iness, including securities, bank accounts, uncashed payroll checks, utility deposits, insurance proceeds, gift certificates, and other items.

The primary mission of the Nevada Unclaimed Property Division is to reunite original owners with their property.

The Treasurer’s Office is charged with safeguarding the value of these assets in perpetuity. The original owner or heir never loses the ability to claim the property value.

Note: Unclaimed Property Does Not Include Real Estate Or Vehicles.

Here is how you can check to see if you have unclaimed money.

Go to the Nevada State Treasurer website and click the yellow smiley face option that says “search for unclaimed money”. It really is that easy.

Not from Nevada? You can state your claim in other states as well. Go to There is no fee to file a claim or to search for property.

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State of the City

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This effect is expected to continue with the Dolores Huerta Resource Center, which is projected to open later in 2024. With the assistance of the federal delegation, $1.6 million dollars were secured for this project and will be used to build a one-stop community center for residents to receive free workforce training, education, legal services, physical and mental health support, as well as technology training in Spanish and English. With NV Energy, the final steps to purchase a 6,700 square foot building to house this initiative are currently in progress.

With Mayor Goynes-Brown’s commitment to beautify every North Las Vegas park south of Craig Road, the City is currently in the process of updating 20 parks with sports fields, new playgrounds, better lighting, and more. Additionally, with the partnership of Impact Nevada, 5,000 new trees will be planted across North Las Vegas.

This summer, North Las Vegas votes will be presented with two (2) important ballot questions for residents to decide to preserve funding for North Las Vegas public safety, road safety, and parks. Questions 1 and 2 maintain the same property taxes that exist now. These funds, 2 cents per hundred thousand of assessed valuation, directly pay for city police, firefighters, parks and street maintenance.

In highlighting economic development, Mayor Goynes-Brown featured a few recent success stories:

• Broke ground on the Apex Industrial Park water line that will support private sector investment, promising to create tens of thousands of new jobs and bring billions of dollars in revenue to the local economy.

• Partnered with Agora Realty and Management on the largest Redevelopment Agency project in the city’s history, to transform 20 prime downtown acres into a mixed-use, commercial-medical district in the Lake Mead Boulevard/Las Vegas Boulevard gateway corridor.

• Partnered with Agora Realty and Management on Champion Square, at the former Texas Station site, to develop a game changing mixed-use shopping, entertainment, commercial and residential development, and a family-oriented athletic complex consisting of an ice rink along with other sports-programmed buildings, shops, restaurants, and public spaces.

• Partnered with University of Nevada, Las Vegas to conceptualize future development for 5,000 acres north of the 215 beltway, the last large tract of developable land available in the valley, to reimagine healthcare.

• Grew assessed valuation from $4 billion in 2013 to $13.3 billion and issued a record-breaking $2 billion in permit valuation in the last year. The State of the City address also featured initiatives focused on improving education outcomes, public safety, and the quality of life for the residents of North Las Vegas:

• Acquired a 22,000 square foot building to house a charter school incubator, which will help attract top charter school startups, and provide childcare services to public safety personnel as a benefit to retain and recruit police officers.

• Awarded nearly $1 million in grants to teachers and schools to improve attendance, increase teacher retention and boost family engagement.

• Partnered with the College of Southern Nevada on a pilot program to teach educators conversational Spanish so they can better communicate with Hispanic families and students.

From l to r: Jared Luke, Director of North Las Vegas Government of Affairs; Mayor Pamela Goynes-Brown; Micaela Moore, City Manager; Ryann Juden, Former City Manager.

• Added 24 new restaurants along Craig Road, bringing the total number of eateries the city has welcomed to Restaurant Row over the past three years to 101.

• Increased programming in city libraries by 87 percent including a partnership with Workforce Connections on the first Employ Nevada Youth Hub to support young adults ages 16-24 with career counseling.

• Started updating and adding amenities to 20 parks including sports fields, playgrounds, splash pads, dog parks and improved lighting.

• Updated the Craig Ranch Regional Park with new infrastructure, expanded programming, increased seating capacity at the Amp, and began construction on six new multi-use athletic fields.

• Broke ground on the city’s ninth fire station and substantially completed the third police station to increase public safety services and improve response times to the fastest growing area of the community.

• Broke ground on a mixed-use micro business park, an affordable housing project that will have retail and office space, maker space and 76 affordable housing units.

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Are You Missing Out?

ARE YOU RECEIVING THE AERIAL, the Aliante Newsletter, important alerts, community event reminders, and information about the Aliante Master Homeowner’s Association? Would you like to know when the next Board of Directors meeting will be or if the Community Garage Sale will take place?

The fastest and most efficient way to relay this information, and the only way to receive the Aerial, is by sending emails to all our homeowners. In the case of urgent alerts, such as a neighbor reporting a water leak at your house, we may also contact you by phone.

Please make sure your email address is on file with the Aliante Master Association, as well as your sub association, if it is also managed by FirstService Residential, and your Communication Preferences are set up to receive emails. While the Aliante Master Association and several other sub associations, such as, but not limited to Autumn Ridge, Springdale, Seasons and Treviso, are managed by FirstService Residential the Master and Sub Associations do not share databases and communication preferences. Please follow the steps below to confirm we have your preferred email address and phone numbers. (We will never share your email address or phone number.)

1. Use the address, to log on to the Aliante Master Website.

2. If you are already registered, skip step 3, 4 and 5 and proceed to step 6. If you are not registered, you can self-register by clicking on: “Create Account” You will be taken to “FirstService Residential Web Access Registration” page. Enter you name and email address and click register.

Act Now

Don’t second guess yourself

• If only I had reported

• If only I had called

• If only I had done

See Something, Say Something provides an easy method for you to act in the best interest of your family, friends, business, neighbors and community

Aliante Cost Center

Landscaping Maintenance Schedule

Monday-San Destin (Marsh Tern, Swordbill, Corvine, Maybird, Chebec)

Tuesday-Vialleto, Serenata, and San Destin (Brian Cram, Iceland Gull)

Wednesday-La Vella

Thursday-Ravenna, Salerno


3. You will be sent to an email with a verification code.

4. Once the verification code has been entered, you need to create a secure passcode.

5. Once the terms and conditions are accepted, follow the instructions by then entering either the property address or the account number. Your account number can be found in your coupon payment book, or you can request it from Customer Service by calling (702) 399-4273

6. Log in to the Connect Resident Portal

7. Click on the hamburger menu (3 stacked vertical lines) in the top left of the screen.

8. Click My Account, then select My Communications Preferences tab from the options near the top of the screen.

9. In the “Communications” box select “Email Select All” to check on the boxes to ensure you receive all emails and the box at the bottom of the page to receive payment notifications.

10 It is recommended that you also setup your Text Phone Number which will enable management to text you in important situations such as someone reporting a stream of water flowing out your front door. After you add your text phone number it will need to be verified. FirstService Residential will send you a text asking you to reply YES to confirm your text address. After verifying your text address refresh the page and the word “verified” should now be in green. Now you can select the boxes to receive text messages.

11. Be sure to click on the SAVE box on the bottom of the screen.

Water Leak Email Hot Line

Gothic has set up a 24 hour emergency email address for homeowners to use to report any landscape irrigation leaks as well as any other issues that pertain to the landscape within the Aliante Master Homeowners Association. With this service homeowners will also be able to send up to 2 photos of the area they are reporting.

Please report any leaks to this email: Hgarcia@

Please note this is for reporting water leaks only.

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Important Aliante Community Link
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Truancy Diversion Program

THE TRUANCY DIVERSION PROGRAM (TDP) is offered by the Eighth Judicial District Court to reduce absenteeism in Clark County schools in an effort to reduce the number of youth entering the formal juvenile justice system.

When a school signs up for TDP, a volunteer Community Judge, accompanied by a Family Advocate, and each school’s appointed education liaison, meet with students and their families on a WEEKLY basis to address the student’s attendance record, grades, and behavioral issues. The team assists students to focus on the importance of school success and achieve their weekly goals of attendance, homework completion and appropriate classroom behavior, while providing positive reinforcement. If needed, family

Bountiful Baskets

HAVE YOU RESOLVED to eat healthy?

Save money? Bountiful baskets can help!

What is it?

Bountiful Baskets is a fruit and vegetable buy-in, in which participants pool their money to get the best quality produce at wholesale price.

What do I get?

For a $21.00 contribution (plus fees) participants get a variety of fruits and vegetables. The selection changes each week, but can include snacking fruits such as: bananas, apples, salad greens, and other seasonal produce.

resource centers, shelters, youth services, and/or social service information/referrals are also provided.

To become a volunteer TDP Judge, you must:

1. Be at least 21 years old.

2. Complete and submit background check form, fingerprint authorization, and a copy of your driver’s license to: TDP@

3. Attend a training session.

The total time commitment is approximately 2 – 2.5 hours per week for the duration of the school year.

To find out more information about volunteering for the Truancy Diversion Program, please contact the Truancy Diversion Program Coordinator, Michelle Young, at 702-455-1755 or via email at youngm@ Additionally, more information can be found online at

North Las Vegas – Deer Springs Park – Volunteers 8:15AM, Pickup Time 9:00AM Every Saturday! Other locations are available for your convenience!

For pictures of recent baskets, visit our Facebook page

How does it work?

Create an account –

Read the FAQ and learn all you can. Log on to participate from Monday at noon until Tuesday at 10PM PST. Take your confirm, and a happy smile, to your pick up location!

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Aliante Master HOA - Committee Descriptions & Openings

Committee Openings Responsibilities

Architectural Review



1 The Architectural Review Committee is responsible for preserving the architectural integrity of Aliante established within the guidelines of the CC&R’s by reviewing applications for modifications submitted by homeowners. Its purpose is to protect, maintain and enhance Aliante’s property values.

0 To promote and encourage a mutually satisfactory resolution of non-compliance issues within the Community with the intent of maintaining and protecting the value of the Property. The Committee reviews violations, attempts to resolve violations, promote compliance with Deed Restrictions, and educate owners to prevent future violations. They conduct owner hearings and levy violation penalties consistent with the governing documents and adopted policies, subject to review of the Board of Directors

2 The Finance Committee is commissioned by and responsible to the Aliante Master Association Board of Directors. It is charged with reviewing and recommending the proposed budgets to the Board of Directors, recommending a firm to perform the annual audit and prepare the tax returns of the Association, oversee the investing of the Association and the Cost Center Neighborhoods reserve and operating assessment funds.

Property and Grounds (P&G) 1 Provide recommendations and analyses for all landscape, property, and grounds maintenance to the Board of Directors. Advise and assist the Board of Directors by working with management and the landscape contractor to preserve and enhance the esthetic appearance and ambience of the community while at the same time taking into account practical and budgetary constraints. The Committee functions in an advisory capacity to the Board and will present written recommendations for approval.

Publications 6 The Publications Committee provides oversight and guidance regarding the form, content, and publication of generalized, mass communications that are pertinent to the constituent homeowners of the Aliante Master Community Association. The Committee works toward the refinement and improvement of the overall quality, effectiveness, and professional presentation of publications, such as the Aliante Aerial and other media with the understanding that the Board has the final decision on all communication


1 The Committee monitors the safety patrol contract, contractor, and post orders, recommends changes and updates to the aforementioned as needed to the Master Association Board of Directors. The Committee will review reports and address any Aliante Master safety issues

Social 3 Recommend to the Board of Directors social functions and community activities.

Note: All Committee positions are voluntary. We encourage you to consider becoming more involved in your community by joining one of the Aliante Master Association Committees. Committee Interest Forms can be obtained online through the resident portal or via email request to aliantemaster

Thank you for your participation!

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Dive Into Pool Season Prep with a Splash of Conservation

AS THE WEATHER WARMS and days get longer, make sure your pool is in top shape and ready for the summer fun ahead. Even with proper and regular pool maintenance, many Las Vegas pool professionals recommend draining your swimming pool—either completely or partially—every three to five years.

While draining your pool into the street is tempting and may seem convenient, local water-waste ordinances prohibit discharging pool water to the street or storm drains; all water must be drained directly to the sanitary sewer system. This allows the water to be treated and returned to Lake Mead for reuse, which decreases the strain on our community’s resources and helps with our conservation efforts.

Delaying the switch to the summer watering schedule while refilling your pool can help you manage your water bill and avoid excessive water use.

If your pool has a dedicated sewer connection, check your owner’s manual, or contact your pool contractor for specific draining instructions. Visit for more information on proper pool drainage and tips on mitigating high water bills during a pool refill.

SNWA’s $5 Water Smart Landscapes Rebate Program Continues

Spring is an ideal time to convert your thirsty grass to desert-adapted landscape through the SNWA’s Water Smart Landscape Rebate program (WSL).

You do not need to notify the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) or your local water provider when you drain your pool. However, following these guidelines can help you avoid potential water-waste fines: Turn off power to the pool’s filtration system and the automatic water fill valve.

Find the sewer clean-out port near your home (usually in the ground near a water spigot).

Connect a hose from the clean-out port to a submersible pump. Lower the pump into the pool’s deep end, and monitor flow in the clean out-port, watching for water backup in sinks and showers. If backup happens, stop and call a plumber. Refill the pool promptly to prevent potential sunlight damage to the plaster.

For a limited time, the SNWA is offering homeowners ONLY a cash incentive of $5 per square foot of grass (up to the first 10,000 square feet) replaced by the end of 2024. Beginning in 2025, the incentive will revert to $3 per square foot.

Since the WSL program’s launch in 1999, the community has converted more than 223 million square feet of grass and has saved more than 176 billion gallons of water. In addition to the rebate, water-efficient, drip-irrigated landscaping offers numerous benefits including lower water bills, reduced maintenance, and decreased risk of water waste fees.

Trade your grass for cash today! Visit to learn more about the WSL program.

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It’s Free & Easy

Payments made via check will process within 24 hours when paid by 4pm, excluding weekends and holidays!

Payments received after the 15th will receive a late fee. No payments will be processed on the same day.

Online payments by credit/debit card for a nominal fee and by e-check (EFT) from a bank account are FREE.

Go to, or call toll free 888-354-0135

Republic Bulk Pickup Mark Your Calendars

Schedule A

San Destin-Tivoli

San Destin-Ravello

Schedule B

Club Aliante

Sun City Aliante

Schedule C

Cove Estates LaVella

Pavona Prominence Ravenna

Salerno Seville Etage Serenata

Terrasini Courts Fields

Manor Seasons Treviso Vialetto

Schedule D

Autumn Ridge/Springdale

San Destin-Palazzo

Please note: Trash Containers and garbage cans may only be placed on the curb or at the end of a lot for pickup twelve (12) hours before the scheduled pick-up date and time. The containers and cans must be removed from the pickup location within twelve (12) hours after pickup.(Section 10.3 of the Rules and Regulations) If containers have not been serviced, please contact Republic Services at 702.735.5151

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With a distribution of 7500, that’s a lot of eyes on your business. Contact Aliante Master Association at to get your business seen today.

Summer Watering Restrictions Now In Effect Through August

AS SUMMER APPROACHES, the Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) is reminding residents and businesses to co ntinue their support in conserving our region’s precious water resources by following the community’s mandatory summer watering restrictions, in effect May 1 through August 31.

The summer restrictions prohibit spray irrigation between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., when water can be lost to intense heat and high winds.

Watering in the early morning or evening reduces the amount of water lost to evaporation.

Watering during prohibited hours or allowing water to spray or flow off your property is considered water waste and may result in a costly fine.

Irrigate grass with pop-up sprinklers for a maximum of 12 minutes per watering day, set in three four-minute cycles, spaced one hour apart. That’s all your grass needs.

And remember, Sunday watering is prohibited year-round!

Over-watering plants and trees with drip irrigation can do more harm than good, as most plants and trees can thrive when watered less often, such as on a two or three-day per week summer schedule. These water-efficient plants have distinct needs compared to grass

and can thrive on less water even in hotter conditions. Drip systems typically run for 30 to 90 minutes, depending on the flow rate of the emitters.

By following seasonal watering restrictions year-round, you can save up to $300 annually on your water bills.

To learn more about how often and how long to water, and for other important landscape summer watering tips, visit

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A Word from the Treasurer

Financial Performance

Thus far in 2024, Aliante Master HOA budget performance has been very healthy, with under-budget expenses in every budget category.

As the chart below indicates, as of February 29, 2024, Operating Revenues exceeded our budget by $8,301, while Operating Expenses were under-budget by $172,562 for a total favorable

variance of $180,863 compared to our budget. Our Reserve Fund is healthy, and the HOA is compliant with NRS116.3115 in that reserve funds have not been used for daily maintenance.

Respectfully Submitted,

Don’t Do It, Yet!

Aliante Sub-Associations

If you have questions or concerns regarding your specific community, please refer to the following list of sub-associations and contact the appropriate management company. All homeowners are entitled to speak with the listed community manager and/or attend the sub-association’s board meetings.

Aliante Cove

Nicklin Community Management Manager: Lisa Carrion (702) 851-7660

Autumn Ridge/Springdale

FirstService Residential Manager: Elizabeth Polanco (702) 737-8580

Club Aliante

Prime Community Management Manager: Alexis Bayne (702) 869-0937

Estates at Aliante

FirstService Residential Manager: Sharon Tierney (702) 215-5077

Fields at Aliante

FirstService Residential Manager: Ashley Cameron (702) 215-5044

Prominence at Aliante

CAMCO Manager: Alisca Redmon (702) 531-3382

Seasons at Aliante

FirstService Residential Manager: Ashley Cameron (702) 215-5044

Seville Etage

According to the conditions, covenants, and restrictions signed by every homeowner, all improvements on a homeowner’s property require prior, written consent of the master architectural review committee and, if in a sub-association, the sub-association’s architectural review committee as well.

1. Patios

2. Patio covers

3. Pools and spas

Improvements include, but are not limited to:

4. Trampolines, swing sets, and other playground equipment

5. Auxiliary structures, including sheds

6. Exterior structural alterations, including exterior color changes

FirstService Residential Manager: Kellie Holt (702) 215-5077

Sun City Aliante

FirstService Residential

Manager: Damian Carrasco (on site) (702) 638-5000

The Court at Aliante

FirstService Residential Manager: Kellie Holt (702) 215-5036

7. Any landscaping changes, including replacement of plants or trees with differing plants or trees

8. Fences, gates, and walls

9. Solar panels

10. Security doors

The Aliante Master Architectural Change Form (ARC Submittal Form) and governing documents for the Aliante Master Association can be obtained on the Community Website/Resident Portal at https:// or by calling (702) 399-4273. Contact your sub-association to obtain a copy of its form and governing documents.

The Manor at Aliante

Management Trust Manager: Richard Aparis (702) 835-6904


FirstService Residential Manager: Courtney Simpkins (702) 737-8580


FirstService Residential Manager: Michelle Gonzales (702) 737-8580

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2590 Nature Park Drive, Suite 100

North Las Vegas, NV 89084

Important Phone Numbers

911 Emergency Police or Fire 911

City of North Las Vegas (702) 633-1871

NLV Abandoned Vehicles (702) 633-1390

NLV Animal Protection Services - Dispatch (702) 633-9111

NLV Broken Street Lights (702) 633-3275

NLV Building Complaints (702) 633-1922

NLV Building Permits (702) 633-1536

NLV Business Licensing (702) 633-1520

NLV Code Enforcement (702) 633-1677

NLV Crime Prevention (702) 633-1810

NLV Debris in Street (702) 633-1313

Notice of 2024 Board Meetings

PURSUANT TO NEVADA REVISED STATUTES (“NRS”) Chapter 116, this notice is being published to advise you that the Board meetings have been scheduled for 2024. The meetings will take place at the FirstService Residential Aliante Marketplace Office, located at 2590 Nature Park Drive, Suite 100, North Las Vegas, NV 89084. Please be advised that there will be an open forum at the beginning and the end of the meeting, during which time all homeowners in attendance will be given the opportunity to address other Association members and the Board of Directors (the “Board”). With respect to the open forum at the beginning of the meeting, please note that any comments or questions made by any homeowners during such open forum are limited to items that are listed on

IF YOU WOULD LIKE A COPY of the agenda prior to the date of the meeting, you may contact FirstService Residential at (702) 399-4273 or you may view a copy on the website. Otherwise, you may obtain a copy of the agenda at the meeting. Furthermore, please be advised that minutes for the meeting will be available not more than thirty (30) days after the meeting. If you would like to obtain a copy of the minutes or a summary thereof, please contact FirstService Residential at (702) 399-4273 or feel free to visit the office during normal business hours. All homeowners are entitled to receive a copy of the

311 Non-Emergency Police (702) 633-9111

NLV Environmental Hazards (702) 633-1290

NLV Graffiti Removal (702) 633-1871

NLV Park Maintenance (702) 633-1256

NLV Park Reservations (702) 633-2418

NLV Street Lights Out (702) 633-1264

NLV Street Repair (702) 633-1313

NLV Traffic Signals/Signs (702) 633-1264

NLV Water Shut Off (702) 633-1275

NLV Water Waste (702) 633-1216 Abandoned Shopping Carts (800) 252-4613

the agenda. Please note that any comments made by any homeowner during the open forum, both at the beginning and at the end of the meeting, shall be limited to three (3) minutes in order to allow time for all homeowners to speak should they wish to do so.

Pursuant to NRS Chapter 116, please be advised that the meeting will be audio recorded; provided, however, that the executive session shall not be audio recorded. A copy of the audio recording will be available to all homeowners not more than thirty (30) days after the meeting. Homeowners may obtain a copy of the audio recording by contacting FirstService Residential in writing at 2590 Nature Park Drive, Suite 100, North Las Vegas, NV 89084, or at

minutes or a summary thereof in electronic format at no charge to the homeowner. If a copy of the minutes or a summary thereof is not available in electronic format, homeowners can request a copy in paper format. All copies in paper format will be subject to a charge of twenty-five cents ($.25) per page for the first ten (10) pages, and then ten cents ($.10) per page for every page thereafter.

Please note that the Board may take action on any item on the agenda or any item that is considered an emergency pursuant to NRS Chapter 116.

2024 Board of Directors Meetings

The Executive Session begin at 6:00 p.m. General Session meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. Meetings held in Person at 2590 Deer Springs Drive Suite 100, North Las Vegas, NV 89084, please see Agenda for Webex Link.

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June 20

July 25

August 22

September 26

October 24

November 21

December - No Board Meeting

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