Carmel Mountain Ranch Residential Community Association
Monthly Board Meeting
Board meetings are held on the second Tuesday of each month. You are encouraged to attend these meetings and participate during open session. By attending, you will remain informed of association business and upcoming changes or improvements. If you have any concerns and requests, please submit written correspondence so that the Board of Directors may review it at the next HOA meeting.
The MAC meets once a month on the second Tuesday of each month. All applications are reviewed at that time.
Monthly Board Board Meetings:
August 14, 2018 6:00 PM (Agenda)
September 11, 2018 6:00 PM (Agenda TDB)
October 09, 2018 6:00 PM (Agenda TDB)
November 13, 2018 6:00 PM (Agenda TDB)
December 11, 2018 6:00 PM (Agenda TDB)
Monthly Meeting Location:
Carmel Mountain Ranch Country Club
14050 Carmel Ridge Rd
San Diego, CA 92128 Map
Community Forum Regarding Golf Course Closure:
The Board of Directors has scheduled an informational meeting to discuss the golf course closure. The meeting will be Monday, August 20th 2018 at 5:00 PM and will be located at the Carmel Mountain Ranch Country Club. The Board has scheduled this meeting to give the membership an opportunity to ask questions and express concerns over the recent closure. The CMR-RCA Board of Directors, Association’s Attorney and a City of San Diego representative will be in attendance to answer your questions.
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Golf Course Committee
The Board of Directors held a special Board meeting on July 30, 2018 to form a new committee in response to the recent closure of the Carmel Mountain Ranch Golf Course. We are happy to inform you that the committee was formed by a unanimous vote! The purpose of the committee is to explore the potential impacts of the closure and options that HOA may have (if any). The committee will be comprised of up to seven (7) members one of which will be a current CMR-RCA Board Member.
The Board needs you!
We are seeking volunteers for the committee that can work within the constraint of the charter. Please note: Your name must be listed on the property deed and your account must be in good standing (e.g. no outstanding assessment balance, fines or open violations) to be eligible to serve. Walters will verify this information prior to all appointments.
eNewsletter for the Community
Carmel Mountain Ranch Residential Community Association eNewsletter allows homeowners in the community to remain informed by email of news, local community events and last minute updates relevant to their Association. Monthly emails will be sent out with Board meeting information, notification of changes to the website, and information and events of interest to you and your community. You may unsubscribe automatically at any time by using the unsubscribe link at the bottom of each email. Timely emails to your inbox allows for a more active, involved, and informed community.
Enter your email in the box below to subscribe to the E-Newsletter for CMRRCA (via ChimpMonkey). Please contact Walters to ensure your email address is added to your account record so you can receive email notifications.
It is the intent of the Carmel Mountain Ranch Residential Community Association to have architectural control of the dwellings within the association in order to maintain and enhance the appearance and value of the community. A process is in place wherein a homeowner wishing to change the appearance of the exterior of their home or landscaping must first submit their proposed plans to the MAC. The MAC can then approve the plans, approve them with conditions or disapprove them. Please see Section 7.03 of the CC&R's.
Architectural applications can be found here: DESIGN AND REVIEW DOCUMENTS . Once the application form is completed, please mail, fax or email to the Architectural Coordinator listed below.
9665 Chesapeake Drive Suite 300
ATTN: Jennifer Castro
San Diego, CA 92123
Please Get and Stayed Involved!
All regular session meetings of the Carmel Mountain Ranch-RCA Board are open meetings. Homeowners who wish to address the Board are welcome to do so during the homeowner forum conducted at the beginning of each business meeting.
Here are few tips for participating:
- Put it in writing. You will get the best response if you put your question or opinions in writing prior to the meeting. This isn't mandatory, but it helps you and the Board. Some issues may require a little research by the manager. Also, the Board can serve you better if members have time to consider your concern.
- Call ahead. As a courtesy, let the manager know that you wish to address the Board. This also allows us to notify you if a meeting is cancelled for any reason.