The WingHaven Board has determined that in light of COVID – 19 violation deadlines for correction, with the exception of lawn care notices, have been extended to 6.1.20. If you are currently in receipt of a notice for correction please contact CMA when the request is completed prior to 6.1.20 to avoid further action after this date.
The sand Volleyball court is closed until further notice. The WROA has approved to change the court to a multipurpose court for volleyball, pickleball & badminton. Construction for the new court will start next week (June 17 or June 18th, 2020). Thank you for your understanding.
WingHaven playgrounds will remain closed until at least June 15, 2020.
In response to Governor Mike Parson’s extension of his Show-Me Strong Recovery Order, WingHaven will be delaying the opening of the playgrounds until at least June 15, 2020.
For more information on Governor Mike Parson’s Show-Me Strong plan, please visit https://governor.mo.gov/show-me-strong-recovery-plan-guidance-and-frequently-asked-questions.
Helpful Information on New Security Cameras
- The cameras will only read incoming traffic at our entrances to WingHaven.
- They will capture license plate numbers, make, model and color of car.
- They do not take video; only a snapshot.
- This info is sent to a cloud.
- The info is saved for 30 days and then is automatically deleted.
- There is no one sitting at a monitor viewing these cameras.
- Any resident can have their license plate information automatically kicked out of the system; this means if you don’t want the cameras to capture you, just opt out. Instructions on how to opt out will be provided upon request.
- Flock is the largest community security system company in the U.S.
- Flock is widely used by communities in Cobb County, Georgia. Soon after they installed cameras, those Cobb County communities experienced crime reduction of ~60%
Who will access the license plate information?
- Access to the information captured by the cameras is available only to the President and Vice President of the WROA, and the O’Fallon Police Department Detective Division. WROA officials have access only because the WROA owns the Flock contract and needs to ensure that the cameras are working properly. Credentials will change and this access will be passed on when their board terms expire.
- The O’Fallon Police Department Detective Division has agreed to use info on an as needed basis; they will only access the system for serious crimes such as stolen cars, burglaries, abductions, Amber alerts and so forth. Therefore, when detectives are working a case they will be the only department accessing the info.
In closing, please know that over 100 WingHaven residents were polled; initially, some expressed concerns about privacy. However, after they understood these premises, they were supportive of our security initiative:
- how the cameras work,
- that there is no real-time monitoring, and
- that the only access to the information captured will be on an as needed basis by the Detective Division of the O’Fallon Police Department.
This initiative adds a greater level of protection to WingHaven residents and property. It adds value to the WingHaven community.
Please plan to attend the April 20th WROA meeting to learn more about this exciting upgrade.