Welcome to The Pacific!

Aware In Unit Leak Detection Devices:

The Board of Directors previously approved a leak detection program in collaboration with Aware Buildings, which will provide each unit with its own leak detection sensors. This initiative is a significant step forward in mitigating water intrusion incidents within the building.

To facilitate this program, the Association has installed 9 Gateways throughout the building. These Gateways will enable each unit’s leak-detection sensors to connect to the nearest gateway.

Residents have the option to scan their sensors and register them using either application provided below:

Aware Config for iOS: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/aware-config-by-awarebuildings/id1616699601

Aware Config for Android: https://play.google.com/store/search?q=aware%20config&c=apps&hl=en_US&gl=US

We can conveniently check the status of the gateway, battery life, moisture reading, and even rename the device if desired to be placed in a different location.

The devices have been pre-programmed to be placed in leak-prone areas as suggested by Aware Buildings.

This program has now been officially deployed, and we will be contacting residents directly to pick up their devices from the front desk. While residents can install the devices themselves, we are also available to provide assistance upon request. Please await our notification before picking up your devices, as we are rolling out this process in phases to ensure we can adequately assist residents as needed.

Please note that these devices are provided as a courtesy to residents. The Association will not be held responsible for ANY in-unit water intrusion incidents that may occur.


Manger Update

Yesterday afternoon the Lobby Ambassador team, Engineering and management gathered in the Observation Lounge, which provided a beautiful setting for our staff meeting. During the meeting, we reviewed important protocols, provided updates on various projects, and took the time to recognize one of our outstanding team members. Congratulations to Christian Mitchell, our overnight team member, for winning the “Always Willing to Assist” Award! Christian’s dedication and attention to detail are truly commendable, and we are grateful for his contributions to our building. The meeting also served as an opportunity for us to come together as a team and strengthen our bonds.

Please find a few updates below:

Open Session Meeting & CC&R Amendment Ballot Counting (Zoom): Wednesday, March 13th at 5:30 pm (Zoom details will be sent in a separate email)

Earthquake Insurance Renewal Special Election:

The voting for the renewal of our Earthquake Insurance Policy for The Association has started. Please ensure that you read the attached “Memorandum to The Members,” before filling out your ballot. This memorandum contains a message from the Directors regarding their stance on this coverage.

Please wait for the hard copy mailer and accompanying colored envelopes to arrive before submitting your ballot, as required by The Association’s Election Procedures. The ballot counting meeting is scheduled for Thursday, March 28th at 5:30 pm in the Grand Lobby and via Zoom Video Conferencing. A formal agenda with the Zoom link will be posted in advance of the meeting.

Additionally, if anyone is interested in volunteering as The Association’s Inspector of Elections for this special election, please reach out to me at your earliest convenience.

Thank you for your attention to this matter, and please don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions or concerns.

The Pacific Open Session & CC&R Amendment Ballot Counting:

The official ballot counting will take place on Wednesday, March 13th via Zoom at 5:30 pm.

If you have yet to fill out your ballot, kindly follow these instructions at your earliest convenience:

1.     Print Secret Ballot.

2.     Place your ballot into any plain envelope (special return envelopes are not required).

3.     In the upper left-hand corner of the Outer Envelope, write your name, address(es), or unit number(s) entitling you to vote, and sign your name.

4.     Mail to: The Pacific Owners Association, C/O Bellwether, 3300 Douglas Blvd., Suite 280, Roseville, CA 95661.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.


Manager Update

Building Inspections:

This week, our Fire Life Safety vendor, Convergint, conducted our Semi-Annual building inspection. I’m happy to report that the technician confirmed all systems are running efficiently and as expected, ensuring the safety and well-being of our community.

Additionally, our Director of Engineering and Director of Hospitality within Action Property Management performed a couple of inspections. The Engineering inspection covered every aspect of the building’s mechanics, ensuring proper maintenance. Simultaneously, the Hospitality inspection focused on the aesthetic elements, cleanliness, and overall upkeep of our community.

We eagerly await the results, which contribute to our current five-star luxury building rating. Rest assured, we are committed to maintaining a high standard.

Safety Reminder:

We would like to bring to your attention a couple of important items regarding safety within the garage area.

  1. Dismounting from Personal Transportation Devices:
  • For everyone’s safety, we kindly request that you dismount from bicycles, electric bicycles, scooters, skateboards, etc., when in the garage area.
  • Using such modes of transportation within the garage can pose a safety risk to yourself and others. Your cooperation in sharing this request with your household members and guests is greatly appreciated.
  1. Charging of E-Bikes/Scooters in the Bike Room:
  • After consulting with the San Francisco Fire Department, we have decided to disallow the charging of e-bikes/scooters overnight in the bike room.
  • This preventive measure aims to enhance the safety of the building. If you charge any device in the bike room, please ensure not to leave it unattended or plugged in overnight.

Fob Battery Status Indicator:

  • If you notice a brief “yellow” light when using your fob at your front door, it indicates that the fob battery is low and needs to be replaced.
  • Please reach out to a member of our team as soon as possible when you observe the yellow light.
  • Failure to replace the battery promptly may lead to entry issues.

Your prompt attention to this matter will ensure the continued effectiveness of the fob entry system. If you have any questions or require assistance with battery replacement, do not hesitate to contact the front desk.

CC&R Amendment:

We are nearing the cut-off for you to submit your ballot for the upcoming CC&R Amendment vote. If you have not yet submitted your ballot, kindly follow these instructions at your earliest convenience:

1.     Print the attached Secret Ballot.

2.     Place your ballot into any plain envelope (special return envelopes are not required).

3.     In the upper left-hand corner of the Outer Envelope, write your name, address(es), or unit number(s) entitling you to vote, and sign your name.

4.     Mail to: The Pacific Owners Association, C/O Bellwether, 3300 Douglas Blvd., Suite 280, Roseville, CA 95661.

Should you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me directly.


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Location

2121 Webster Street
San Francisco, CA 94115
phone (415) 409-6045

Management Team

General Manager
Courtney Hobbs | chobbs@actionlife.com

 

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
655 Montgomery Street, Suite 1190
San Francisco, CA 94111

Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614