Welcome to Painted Hills

Manager’s Messages

See Something, Say Something

The Painted Hills Community does not currently have a patrol firm to patrol the community. As an alternative and to save the community funds for other purposes, we are promoting a ” See Something, Say Something” approach.

If you have a concern, please contact the manager at batkinson@actionlife.com.

If you see a crime in progress or shady activity, DO NOT HESITATE to contact The Riverside Sherriff Department, which now has on office off of Cajelco, and can be to the community in minutes.

They can be reached at (951) 776-1099 for non- emergency dispatch and at 911 for emergencies.

Find out more at https://www.riversidesheriff.org/27/About-Us

Recreational Vehicle and Trailer Parking

Prohibited Vehicles

The following vehicles are “prohibited vehicles”:  (a) recreational vehicles (motor homes, travel trailers, camper vans, boats, etc.); (b) commercial-type vehicles (stake bed trucks, tank trucks, dump trucks, step vans, concrete trucks and limousines; (c) buses or vans designed to accommodate more than ten (10) people; (d) vehicles having more than two (2) axles; (e) trailers; (f) inoperable vehicles or parts of vehicles; (g) aircraft; (h) any vehicle or vehicular equipment deemed a nuisance by the Board including pocket bikes, mini bikes, scooters, dirt bikes and any other vehicle that does not comply with the California Department of Motor Vehicle code as authorized for use on public roads, i.e. licensed (these vehicles will be impounded if found in violation); and (i) any other vehicle not classified as an authorized vehicle. 

Prohibited vehicles may not be parked, stored, or kept on any public or private street within the community or any other common area parking area except for 72 hours for loading, unloading, making deliveries or emergency repairs.  Prohibited vehicles (i.e. trailers, motorcycles, jet skis, pop-up camper trailers, boats, etc.) may only be parked in an Owner’s fully enclosed garage with the door closed.

Pet Reminders

As a reminder, all pets should be on a leash when in the common area this includes the park area and walking on sidewalks.

All owners should be picking up after their pet when in the common area or letting your pet use a neighbors yard.

Management has received several complaints that owners are allowing their pets to roam the areas without being on a leash and pets are not being cleaned up after.

Each owner is responsible for their pet as stated in the CC&R’s. Any owners in violation that are reported and an address provided will be sent a non-compliance letter and called to a hearing.

Maintaining Front Yard Landscape

It has been noticed that several front and side yards are not being maintained throughout the Community. As a reminder and per the CC&Rs and Rules and Regulations, all residents must maintain their yards in a neat condition. Please take time to remove all weeds from the front yard, side yards, planter beds, driveway cracks and sidewalk in front of your homes, etc….

Many yards need mowing and fertilizing. There are several yards declining and beginning to show bare dirt. Please take the time to reseed and fertilize your yard.

It is important that each owner keep up the maintenance on their home so that the integrity of the Community is upheld.

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Temescal Canyon Road & Glen Ivy Road
Corona, CA 92883
phone | (949) 450-0202

Management Team

Bonnie Atkinson | batkinson@actionlife.com

Emmeline Fernandez | efernandez@actionlife.com

Management Company

Action Property Management
Regional Office
1250 Corona Ponite
Corona, CA 92879
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303