Covid-19 Update - 8/30/20
 
For detailed information on how Covid-19 is impacting
GGHA's activities, facilities, and business, please see our Covid-19 page.
 
For the latest Covid-19 updates from Alameda County, please see their website.
 
HOA Assessement payments can be either mailed to the office OR
dropped through the mail slot in the office door at any time.
The office is located at 38350 Alta Drive.
 
We do not have an online payment option at this time.
 
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In accordance with the recent Shelter in Place requirement,
the following GGHA facilities continue to be closed for the duration:
 
Association Office
Alta & Meyer Playgrounds
Meyer and Alta Pools
Basketball Court
 
GGHA has carefully reviewed the recent county orders
that allow for some outdoor facilities, including pools to reopen,
despite the expected surge in COVID-19 cases in the Fall and Winter months.
After careful review of the health and safety protocols
required for recreational swim and analysis of the data, we have decided that
Glenmoor Pools will remain closed to open swimming for the remainder of the 2020 season.
 
We value the health and safety of our neighbors
and community members as our number one priority.
 
Thank you and stay safe and healthy. 
 
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The following GGHA facilities have reopened
Tennis Courts - Reopened on 5/30 with social distance practices
 
 
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The following GGHA events are officially canceled:
Spring Egg Hunt
4th of July Celebration
Movies in the Park - June & July, & August
Oktoberfest
 
Office staff will continue to monitor and respond to emails during our 
normal office hours of Mon, Wed, & Fri, 9am - 12 pm.
 
 
 
 
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Glenmoor Gardens HOA Office
38350 Alta Drive  Fremont, CA  94536
(510) 797-7600
 
Office Hours:  Monday, Wednesday, & Friday:  9 am - 12 pm
 
Next Board meeting: Thursday, 11/12/20, at 7:30 pm (virtual meeting)
 
 
 
Halloween/Dia De Los Muertos Celebration Guidelines
When celebrating Halloween or Día De Los Muertos during this challenging time, 
it is important to do so safely for both you and the community.
 
Following county guidelines is also important in helping both the Bay Area and state
keep our infection rates low and our reopening moving forward.
 
Please consider and refer to the guidance Alameda County Health Officials have provided: