RFID Gate Access
RFID Gate Access Device & Gate Remotes
Residents of gated communities have three options for entering their neighborhood – key pad, remote or RFID tag. All residents are given the entry code for their community for use at the key pad located just outside the gate. Guests can enter the last name of the resident in the keypad and then dial the 4-digit number which calls the resident, who can then press a button to let them in.
Members have the option of purchasing remotes or RFID tags to their community for their vehicles. Remotes are $40 each, and are available at the HOA office during office hours. RFID tags are $10 and can be obtained at the HOA office when the resident brings the vehicle which is registered in the community with a picture ID and vehicle insurance with Crystal Falls address. The resident will complete a short form and the office will install the RFID tag on the vehicle.
No loose RFID tags will be issued and no RFID tags will be issued to vehicles not registered or insured in the community. Using your RFID to intentionally assist someone without an active RFID tag to access the gate will result in your RFID tag being deactivated. Remotes will not work at the Travisso gate, and are not returnable. Because of a continuing issue with traffic cutting through the community from Travisso there is a legal agreement on this gate that mandates RFID entry only for Grand Mesa resident personal vehicles only.
Click HERE to download the RFID sticker gate access form. This form will need to filled out and returned to the HOA office.
Click HERE to download the gate remote access form. This form will need to filled out and returned to the HOA office.
Gate Directory System
If a resident chooses to be included in the directory, their guests can search their last name on the keypad and then dial the listed 4-digit number which calls the resident, who can then press a button to let them in.
Click HERE to download Gate Directory instructions and information.