eBlast - Current Update
According to the most recent state health guidelines, COVID-19 vaccinations are now available to seniors age 55 and older and those with pre-existing conditions at locations throughout
the Las Vegas Valley. 
As of April 5, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak is opening up the availability of the COVID-19 vaccines to all Nevadans age 16 and older statewide. “Opening up on April 5 does not mean every Nevadan will be able to make an appointment and get a vaccine on April 5,” Sisolak explained. “Availability of the vaccine and appointments will still be dependent on the allocation of doses we receive from the federal government. And while we open up eligibility, we will also use every resource we have, including any federal government support to reach every community and remove barriers to access for our most vulnerable and at highest risk of severe illness due to COVID-19.”
For more information, please select the links below to determine the closest location that is accepting reservations for the 1st and 2nd doses.
COVID HELPLINE 1-800-401-0946
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
NEVADA COVID-19 HELPLINE  - 1-800-860-0620
On Thursday, February 11, Nevada Governor Sisolak announced the timeline for Nevada’s “safe reopening plan” that began on Monday, February 15 with planned capacity increases on March 15 and other plans for Saturday, May 1. He said statewide coronavirus trends were moving in the right direction and credited this momentum as the reason for his decision.
On February 15, the capacity allowance increased from 25% to 35%.
This change does not affect the current health and safety guidelines currently in place at the Community Center, including wearing a mask and adhering to the 6-foot distancing mandate.
Due to the Governor’s mandate, fitness classes will be increased in size from 5 participants to 6 participants.  On March 15, fitness class size will increase back to 8 participants.
Even though the Governor is allowing reopening of the locker rooms and single stall shower rooms, the Board has decided to keep them closed at this time out of an abundance of caution.
   On March 15, the capacity allowance increased from 35% to 50%.
*  The only change planned is that fitness classes will increase
from 6 to 8 participants.
On April 5, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak is opening up the availability of the COVID-19 vaccines to all Nevadans age 16 and older statewide.
On May 1, as the state transitions to local authorities, statewide directives that will remain in place to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 will include, but are not limited to:
*  Face Covering Mandate
*  Social Distancing Safety Protocols
Masks are still required to be worn at all times and social distancing safety protocols will remain in place when you are around anyone who is not part of your immediate household, including gatherings anywhere inside or outside.   
Based on the Governor’s mandates, the following health guidelines will be strictly enforced inside and outside of the
Sun City Aliante Community Center: 
All residents are now required to wear masks at all times
inside and outside the Community Center.  
Masks are required to be worn during all meetings and 
while playing or going to and from
the following indoor and outdoor activities including:
*  Using all Gym Equipment 
*  Participating in Fitness Classes in the Aerobics Room 
*  Table Tennis  
*   Pickleball 
*  Tennis 
*  Basketball 
* Bocce Ball or Horseshoes
*  Billiards Tables
*  All Clubs/Meetings held in the Community Center
The only exceptions to the the mask rule include:
*  Removing your mask momentarily to take a drink of water 
* Swimming or participating in an aqua aerobics class in the pool
*  Showering before and after using the pool
If you have a medical issue, we recommend you seek the advice of your doctor regarding wearing a mask. 
Due to the Governor's mandate, fitness classes were increased from 5 to 8 participants until further notice. 
Hours of Operation:
Community Center
Monday – Saturday – 6 a.m. – 8 p.m.
Sunday – 7 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Administrative Offices
Monday- Friday – 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Nelenie Hernandez – Assistant Manager/Director of Compliance
Carol Garbarino – Customer Service Coordinator
During a previous Board of Directors Meeting, the Board decided upon the use of the newly expanded and remodeled areas.
You must make reservations through the Front Desk
for all activities throughout the Community Center.
Computers - Limited to 1 hour & 45 minutes per person, 3-person-limit per time slot.
Library - Limited to 30 minutes per person for book selection, 2-person-limit per time slot.  The Library is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*  Activity Room - Limited to Meetings and Clubs only.
Shuffleboard - Limited to 1 hour & 45 minutes per person, 2-person-limit per time slot. 
Dartboard - Limited to 1 hour & 45 minutes per person, 2-person-limit per time slot. 
* Billiard Room - Limited to 1 hour & 45 minutes, 2-person-limit per table.
*  Fireplace Room Seating Area - (Not available at this time.)
*  Grand View Room –Seating Areas (Not available at this time.)
Community Center Reservation Information
Reservations will take place beginning on Tuesdays, for the following week between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. onlyFor example, on Tuesdays, April 6 and April 13, you will make reservations for the following week.
To make a reservation, please call the Reservation Hotline 702-638-5063 between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. only and provide your name, cell number and the activity you would like to reserve: or
You may email your reservation to SCALCCReservations@suncityaliante.us. 
Please include the following information in your email:
1.  Name
2.  Address 
3.  Telephone Number 
4.  Dates & Times requested, and you will be contacted with a confirmation.
·         Each household will be allowed to reserve the Pool Area and the Fitness Center for 45 minutes only as many times as they would like each week at the beginning of the hour.  This will permit the Maintenance Team 15 minutes to properly sanitize the equipment. 
·        Please arrive as close as possible to your reservation time, and leave the Community Center immediately after your reserved time is finished.
If you are unable to keep your reservation, please give a
 "Courtesy Call” to the Front Desk at
702-638-5063, so that another resident may enjoy that time.  We greatly appreciate your thoughtfulness. 
Due to the mandate for social distancing from State and Health Authorities and in the best interests of Sun City Aliante residents and Team Associates, the Board of Directors has authorized the following guidelines for use in the Community Center:
  • Social Distancing – Stay at least 6 feet apart from other residents. Do not have physical contact with others by shaking hands or touching.
  • Designated Areas – Residents can easily identify equipment and areas for use in the Fitness Center and Aerobics Room which have been marked off to indicate proper social distancing.
  • ·         Occupancy Guidelines – Residents must adhere to the COVID-19 occupancy allowance permitted for each room. Each room has a posted sign indicating how many people are allowed in this room.
·         No congregating - No extra-curricular or social activity should take place. 
  • Sanitation - Residents must follow posted sanitation instructions at all times.
·         Showering - Residents must use the shower in the Pool Area
before and after using the Pool. 
  • Food & Beverages – No food will be permitted in any area of the Community Center.  Bring beverages in your personal container or a bottled container.
·         Sharing – Do not share equipment, supplies or towels.
  • Guest Policy - At this time, guests are not permitted to use the Community Center facilities in order to give more residents the opportunity to use the facility.
Failure to follow these rules and guidelines may result in loss of access to the Community Center.
A Maintenance Associate will be assigned to the gym, aerobics room and pool to continually clean and sanitize these areas.
Specific guidelines for use of the Community Center
areas are listed below:
Residents must use the shower inside the Pool Area before and after they use the pool. Equipment will be provided and sanitized before the next use. 
Residents must wipe down equipment thoroughly with Gym Wipes provided before and after using each machine.
Residents must pick up Billiard balls at the Front Desk.
 The Community Center Library is open from
6 a.m. to 6 p.m.  After 30 minutes, residents must vacate the Library so it can be sanitized and prepared for the next visitors. 
*  All health guidelines will be enforced, including wearing masks and sanitizing your hands before examining books.  
*  You must place any books you have touched in the designated bins next to the shelves for quarantine; do not place a book back on the shelf.
*  Once you have selected your books, enjoy!
*  No need to return your books, but if you do, the books will need to be quarantined.
*  Please bring any books you are returning to the Front Desk for quarantine storage.
*  At this time, no new or used book donations will be accepted at the Community Center.
·         Stay at least six (6) feet apart from other residents.  Do not make physical contact with them by shaking hands, exchanging high fives, etc.
·         Avoid touching your face after handling a ball, racquet/paddle, or other equipment.  Wash your hands promptly if you have touched your eyes, nose, or mouth.
·         Avoid sharing food, drinks, or towels.
·         Although there is no specific evidence that tennis balls, pickleballs or basketballs can spread COVID-19, avoid using your hands to pick up tennis balls or pickleballs if possible.  Basketball players should each have their own balls.
Exhibit any symptoms of COVID-19: mild to severe respiratory illness with fever, cough and difficulty breathing, or other symptoms identified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
Have been in contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last fourteen (14) days; or
Are a vulnerable and at-risk individual (i.e., elderly and/or have underlying health conditions, including high blood pressure, chronic lung disease, diabetes, obesity, asthma and those whose immune system may be compromised such as by chemotherapy for cancer and other conditions requiring such therapy).
Do not have a reservation for a specific activity at a specific time.
 We will continue to monitor and evaluate the situation on a daily basis and keep you informed of any changes.  These restrictions will remain in place until the State Health Authority Directives advise it is safe and the Board believes it is in the best interest of the community to remove them. 
Sun City Aliante Board of Directors
You'll find detailed information published in The Breeze or on the Home Page of the website at www.suncityaliante.org. 
The 2021 Candidates are listed below in alphabetical order:
*  Sonja Bankston-Cullen
*  Warren Geller
*  Nancy Prince
*  Mark Towers
Candidate bios and photos were inserted in the March Breeze and are also be available near the Front Desk in the Community Center.
Dates to Remember:
1.         Ballots will be mailed to homeowners in good standing early April.  When you vote, please follow the directions precisely if you want your vote to count.
2.         Completed ballots may be returned via USPS mail or placed in the ballot box in the Community Center prior to the deadline, Wednesday, May 12 at 8 a.m.
3.        The Annual Meeting of all members of the Sun City Aliante Community Association will be convened at 8 a.m. via teleconference on Wednesday, May 12,  2021 in the Vista Room of the Community Center, located at 7394 Aliante Pkwy., North Las Vegas 89084. 
·         The Annual Meeting will then recess to count the ballots  
·         The Board of Directors Executive Session is at 11:30 a.m.
·         The Annual Meeting will reconvene at 12:15 p.m.
·         The Board of Directors Meeting will begin at 12:30 p.m.
4.         Election results will be announced at the end of the Board of Director's meeting which will start after the Annual Meeting concludes on Wednesday, May 12.
Let us all get involved!  Evaluate your candidates, and then vote for the candidates you feel are best qualified.  If you have any questions regarding the process or wish to assist with counting the ballots, please send an email to lilandlar@aol.com.
Larry Rothstein
Chair, SCAL Election Committee 2021

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 10 a.m.
Thursday, April 8, 8:30 a.m. 
Friday, April 9, 8:30 a.m.
Friday, April 16, 10 a.m. 
Tuesday, April 20, 4 p.m.
Wednesday, March 31, 3:15 p.m.
Wednesday, April 21, 10 a.m. 
Thursday, April 15, 1 p.m.
Monday, April 19, 2 p.m. 
 Open Positions on
Sun City Aliante Committees
The  Communications Committee has an opening for one resident.
The Patrol Committee and the Finance Committee both have openings for two residents on their respective committees. 
Communications – Oversees the website, events, and assists the Editor of The Breeze.
Finance – Ensures Association’s finances and budgets are secure.
Patrol – Oversees Patrol and observes and reports events/activities affecting homeowners.
All Committee positions are voluntary.  We encourage you to consider becoming more actively involved in your community by joining one of the Sun City Aliante committees listed above.

The first step is to pick up “Sun City Aliante Committee Interest Application” at the Front Desk or in the Customer Service Office.
You can also print a form off the website at www.suncityaliante.org. On the website at the top of the Home Page, you will find the heading “Documents.”  Click on the arrow and select “Commonly Used Forms.” Then select "Committee Interest Application." Please fill out the form and return it to the Front Desk.
All events, Snack 'n' Learns and Lunch 'n' Learns have been cancelled until further notice.  As an option, we now offer "Watch 'n' Learn" Webinars which will be sent out in a separate eBlast.
The Breeze Magazine  
The April issue of The Breeze is at the printer. 
Instead of waiting to receive the magazine in your mailbox, you can always view the newest Breeze online on the Sun City Aliante website at https;//www.suncityaliante.org, within the last 3 days of the month.
Looking for vendors for home services? In the same area of the website, you can also browse though our list of advertisers and visit their websites by clicking on their logos.
You will also find important information under
News Flash on the right side of the Home Page.
If you have any questions or concerns about The Breeze magazine, please email the Editor, Trish Williamson, at TWilliamson@suncityaliante.us. 
IRS Announcement 
More Economic Impact Payments
Taxpayers should watch mail for checks, debit cards
The Internal Revenue Service announced that the next batch of Economic Impact Payments will be issued to taxpayers this week, with many of these coming by paper check or prepaid debit card.
No action is needed by most people to obtain this round of Economic Impact Payments (EIPs). People can check the Get My Payment tool on IRS.gov on to see if the their payment has been scheduled.
“The IRS continues to send the third round of stimulus payments in record time,” said IRS Commissioner Chuck Rettig. “Since this new set of payments will include more mailed payments, we urge people to carefully watch their mail for a check or debit card in the coming weeks.”
 The vast majority of taxpayers receiving EIPs will receive it by direct deposit. In addition, the IRS and the Bureau of the Fiscal Service leveraged data in their systems to convert many payments to direct deposits that otherwise would have been sent as paper checks or debit cards. This accelerated the disbursement of these payments by weeks.
Watch the mail for paper checks, EIP Cards
Taxpayers should note that the form of payment for the third EIP may be different than earlier stimulus payments. More people are receiving direct deposits, while those receiving them in the mail may get either a paper check or an EIP Card – which may be different than how they received their previous stimulus payments. IRS and the Treasury Department urge eligible people who have not received a direct deposit to watch their mail carefully during this period.
Paper checks will arrive by mail in an envelope from the U.S. Department of the Treasury. For those taxpayers who received their tax refund by mail, this paper check will look similar, but will be labeled as an “Economic Impact Payment.”
The Webinars will be announced
in a separate eBlast.
Weekly E-Blasts   
We will continue to update you on a weekly basis.   
  We look forward to the day when we begin to offer all of our 
amazing events and activities. 
Sincerely, The Sun City Aliante Board of Directors 

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