All exterior modifications including painting must be approved by the architectural committee. An architectural application must be submitted prior to beginning any work. If this is not followed, the enforcement and fine policy will take effect. Applications can be obtained from the resident portal or by contacting our office and we can email one to you.
No work can began until you receive approval from the architectural committee. If work has been done and approval has not been received you may be informed that the improvement must be removed and restored back to the original condition.
As a reminder, parents/guardians should be watching minors at all times in the park area, as they should not be left unattended. Owners and their guests should take pride in keeping the community, and its amenities, looking attractive so as to remain a desirable place to live.
Should anyone near the park area see anything or catch anything on camera it is highly encouraged you reach out to management so we can address the issue right away.
Please take time to look at your home and see if you may need some landscaping done. This could include but is not limited to: removing weeds, covering bare dirt with approved plants, mulch or live turf (architectural application is required), trimming trees and shrubs, removing dead debris from plants and trees and adding a weed and feed to the lawn. There are several yards in the community that require attention. Please maintain your lots in accordance with the CC&R’s.
At the last Board meeting there were some owners asking about the once every two week pick up for recyclables. After further research and discussions it was determined that Painted Hills is part of a Franchise Agreement Contract that is approved on a regular basis by the County Board of Supervisors. In order to change the pick up schedule to a weekly pick up schedule the owners within Painted Hills would need to petition the Board of Supervisors to make the change.
Management was informed that in 2022 there will be changes to trash services and a organic waste bin will be distributed so there will be a total of four (4) containers instead of three (3). When this change takes place all bins will be scheduled for a weekly pick up service according to Department of Environmental Health.
Please note this information was given to management but it can or could change at anytime if the Department of Environmental Health decides to make changes.
There have been several mailbox break-ins within the community. The post office is aware of the issue and is replacing master locks as needed. If your mailbox was broken into, you will need to pick up your mail from the post office until the lock is replaced.
If you see something suspicious, please report it to the police department. The streets are public and the police will be able to take a report regarding the incidents. If you see something report it right away.
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SUNDAY, APRIL 11
Important Guidelines and Requirements
Garage or yard sale shall mean any event where items of personal property owned, utilized, or maintained by the occupants of the premises, other than a licensed commercial business, are to be offered for sale to the general public. This shall include garage, patio, and other similar conducted sales. Only the seller’s personal property may be sold at a garage or yard sale. New merchandise, items acquired or consigned for the purpose of resale, may not be sold at a garage or yard sale. Garage or yard sales are only allowed on properties owned and permitted for residential use.
Please take time to look at your home and see if you may need some landscaping done. This could include but is not limited to: removing weeds, covering bare dirt with approved plants, mulch or live turf (architectural application is required), trimming trees and shrubs, removing dead debris from plants and trees and adding a weed and feed to the lawn. With all the rain and shine some yards are in need of maintenance. Please maintain your lots in accordance with the CC&R’s.