City of La Quinta:
Call ahead orders are encouraged, but walk in orders are welcomed.
Phone orders are encouraged.
Call ahead: (760) 777-6068
Beer, wine and liquor available!
Cash, Visa, and Master card accepted.
Trilogy Residents Coronavirus Information and Resources
With the staff reductions announced this week, the use of the mailroom flag as
a signal will cease as well as the website notification. The typical delivery
times for the postal service ranges from as early as 9 am to as late as 6 pm.
Although we ask that you limit your mailroom visits to only when necessary,
which is when a tracked package has arrived or an important document is
anticipated. Now is also a good time to start setting up your online bill pay
and electronic delivery of statements and notices. Anything we can do to limit
the amount of people in and around the mailroom helps everyone.
If you do need to visit the mailroom you may want to keep an
eye out for the USPS mail trucks parking in their designated spot. They are
highly recognizable and visible from a great distance. If you see it, that is a
good indication that the mailroom is closed so no need to come closer. Again,
the best time to visit is before 9 am and after 6 pm. If you must come up, please
wear your mask before nearing the mailroom and exercise social distancing.
Enter and retrieve your mail as quickly as possible. Trash bins have been placed
outside the mailroom for you to discard unwanted items. We have also added a
hand sanitizing station at the door for your use but cannot guarantee that the
station will be stocked all the time, so please be prepared with your own
sanitizer and wash your hands before leaving home and immediately when you get
home. Limit the touching of items in the mailroom to just your assigned box or
that of the parcel box for packages. Following these steps help keep us all
safer so please participate the best you can.
The City of La Quinta officials has issued an executive order on Tuesday, March 24, prohibiting people from using public and private parks and facilities throughout the community. The order covers properties that include skate parks, dog parks, playground equipment, tennis courts and pickleball courts, therefore, the Trilogy Sports Courts Complex will be closed until further notice.
March 26, 2020 Executive Court Order 6
Closure of Shared Swimming Pools and Spas
March 24, 2020 Executive Court Order 5
Closure of All Outdoor Recreation at Skate Parks, Dog Parks, Courts and Equipment.
March 22, 2020 Executive Court Order 4
Closure of All Golf Courses & Ancillary Areas.
The City of La Quinta
City Hall is closed to the Public until further notice but available online or via Telephone.
Click here for the website.
Telephone number is 760 777-7000.
Riverside County Public Health Latest Updates Website: click here.
CDC Coronavirus main website page: Click here.
Share Fact and not Fear (Flyer) : Click here.
If you want to be seen at Eisenhower Health, call the hotline first at 760-837-8988 or 760-TEST988.
The City of La Quinta Development Resources
Notice of Preparation, Travertine Specific Plan Click here.
For the City of La Quinta Interactive Project Map Click here.
The City of La Quinta Music Community Info
Starting Friday, April 10 – Sunday, April 26, 2020
Impacted Roads Near the Venue (La Quinta City Limits)
Impacted means roads will either be closed, partially closed, or used as main thoroughfares for the duration of the event beginning Thursday prior to each weekend event. Please plan accordingly:
Avenue 52 from Washington St. to Madison St.
Madison St. from Avenue 54 to Avenue 50
Jefferson St. from Avenue 48 to Avenue 52
Monroe St. from Avenue 54 to 52
For more information click here to view flyer.
Trilogy Seal Coat Project
The seal coat process will start April 28, 2020, and the last day of the slurry seal will be May 21, 2020, ( WEATHER PERMITTING).
Any questions, please contact the HOA Office at 760 777-6059.
_____________________________________________________________________________________________ Living Room and Café Update
As for the highly anticipated remodel of the Living Room and Café, the following is the frame by frame progress and projected schedule.
On January 24, 2019, the Board approved the remodel project for a not to exceed the amount of $536,519, which breaks down to 3 cost centers; Construction; Furniture, Fixtures, and Equipment (FF&E); and Project Management. This project was to cover areas of the Living Room (now called the Great Room), Billiards Room (now called the Retreat) and the Café.
Of the $348,547 contract gross maximum price, to date $183,342 has been paid with a balance of $165,205 remaining. To ensure maximum efficiency, all invoices have been submitted to management and checks have been generated but not all checks have been issued to the contractor. Checks are only issued upon notification of task completion and approved walkthrough by all parties.
$35,000 contingency (to date the Association has spent $26,813 on extra paint, electrical, beam covers, fitness areas, and Member Services desk improvements) with a balance of $8,187 uncommitted.
Furniture Fixtures & Equipment Contract
Of the $127,472 contract gross maximum price, to date a deposit of $58,000 has been issued.
Of the $13,000 contingency, to date $5,940 has been spent on extra Member Service desk design and furnishings with a balance of $7,060 uncommitted.
Of the $12,500, to date $7,500 has been issued.
The contract with L and L Construction called for a two-phase approach to the construction portion of the project. The first phase was to complete the construction elements of the Retreat and Great Room by October 15 so that the furnishings can be installed, Member Service operation relocated back to its original spot and a punch list generated for a minor repair or replacement items, which would take a couple of weeks to finalize.
As of this morning, the Great Room and Retreat are now open and ready for use. The Member Services operation has been re-established within the Great Room and is ready to serve. Feel free to stop by say hello and enjoy the refreshed amenities.
The second phase of the project which is primarily the remodel of the Café is still ongoing. A temporary wall has been put in place between the Café and the Great Room. This wall will come down when the Café is complete. Originally the contract called for the Café to be complete by November 15 so that the equipment can be installed and the staff could be trained on the new equipment and inventory for menu items restocked prior to opening. However, timing challenges occurred during the demolition and plan approval process, which has caused a delay in the construction. Although the issues were identified and resolved, the impacts generated a delay in the overall completion date.
Additionally, as part of the review of the project over summer, staff, the Facilities Committee and Board reviewed the state of the current equipment in the Café and formulated a plan to change out some older appliances as well as add some new ones, approving an equipment budget of $45,511 on July 25. Approximately 50%, will come out of the reserves and 50% from the operating account. All the equipment has been procured and is ready to install once the Café is turned over to the Association by the contractor.
While the date for the completion and the re-opening of the Café has not yet been established, it is expected that operations should begin on or about the first of the year assuming that everything tracks on the projected pace.
In the meantime, the community can enjoy the remodeled Great Room and Retreat during this “soft” opening phase. Upon completion of the Café, and after a “soft” opening, we will celebrate the revitalized spaces with a grand reopening event.
Café Solaz Specials
There are no specials at this time due to the remodeling of the Cafe.