CoyoteIt was brought to Management’s attention that there are active coyote’s in the Ridgemoor Homeowners Association. Please take the following steps to ensure your safety.


  • Consider making your dog or cat an indoor pet when living in an area that
  • is known to be occupied by coyotes.
  • Accompany your dog in well lighted areas at night for comfort walks.
  • Keep your dog on a maximum 6 foot leash whenever you take it off your
  • own property.
  • Keep all outdoor trash can lids securely fastened to the trash can
  • receptacle.
  • Improve yard fencing to coyote resistant standards.
  • Pick fruit when it ripens, and don’t leave rotting fruit on the ground.
  • We recommend that cats be housed in a substantial cat run when left
  • unattended outdoors
  • Teach children not to approach stray animals


  • Don’t feed wild animals.
  • Don’t leave pet food outdoors, especially at night.
  • Don’t allow pets to roam from home unaccompanied.
  • Don’t leave water bowls for pets outdoors.
  • Don’t leave water in birdbaths, or birdseed outdoors for songbirds.
  • Don’t attempt to contact or “tame” coyotes.

It is each individual owners responsibility to ensure the safety of their pets and children.

Thank you for your cooperation,

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