Keep Those Volunteers Coming!
With the latest
heightened burglaries in our community…..it is extremely
important that our neighborhood Watch Program not only gets off
the ground again and becomes a success. According to the Santa
Clarita Sheriff’s Department, a good Neighborhood Watch requires
75% participation from residents. With 739 homes and 33 streets
in Hasley Hills, we need many more volunteers. We need
volunteers to be block captains and everyone needs to be aware
of and report suspicious behavior. Let’s all meet this
challenge with a positive attitude and help make sure our
families live in the safest neighborhood possible.
To volunteer as a Block Captain for
your street, e-mail John Toungaian at
We need Block
Captains for the following streets:
1. Milbrook Pl
8. Byron Pl
2. Alton Way (need 3)
3. Liverpool Court
4. Cambridge (need 4)
5. Gibralter Ln (need 3)
6. Bridelwood St (need 3)
7. Berkshire Pl
9. Creekbed Rd
10. Holmby Ct
11. Kessler Ct
12. Loudon Ct
13. Medford Pl
14 Penrose Pl
15. Pickford Pl
16. Shadow Pl
17. Somerset Ct
18. Thorne Ct.
WHAT IS THE ROLE OF THE BLOCK CAPTAIN?
role of the Block Captain is relatively simple and does not
require much of your time.
Be a spokesperson for your part of our neighborhood. Know
your neighbor and your neighborhood.
Communicate information about Hasley Hills Community Neighborhood
Watch Program. The Hasley Hills Neighborhood Watch Program
consists of a Chairman and Neighborhood
Watch Block Captains. Block Captains are assigned to
specific Hasley Hills geographical areas in our community.
Help organize and arrange Neighborhood Watch meetings for
Maintain a list of members. Ensure all existing and new
neighbors have current Hasley Hills Directory contact
information current and correct. Create a personal e-mail
distribution list of all the neighbors in your Area for
rapid communication of Neighborhood Alerts and Neighborhood
Recognize and report all suspicious activity to the Santa
Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station (255-1121)
Keeping Your Home Safe
common problem, happen most often when residents are not home.
The Santa Clarita Sheriff’s Department offers this tips:
Get to know your neighbors. They will know what’s normal at your
house and are most likely to spot
Let your neighbors know when you are away on vacation so they
can keep an eye on your house.
Lock all doors and windows
Use timers to turn on lights periodically.
Stop your mail and newspapers, or ask a neighbor to collect them
for you so they don’t pile up outside.
If you are going away on vacation, notify the Sheriff’s office
and a volunteer deputy aid will drive by your
home regularly to make sure it looks OK.
If you are home alone, don’t answer the door to a stranger if
you feel uncomfortable. Or answer with a
phone to your ear so the person thinks you are in contact
with someone and not totally alone.