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 Meetings:
Second Tuesday of Every Month at 6:00 PM
Monthly Meeting Location:
*Due to COVID-19 and the social distancing guidelines, the monthly Board Meeting will be conducted over video conferencing. The membership may call the conference line above to participate during open forum and also to listen to the meeting.
**Note the meeting location has changed due to the unavailability of the Club House. The HOA understands the bylaws indicate our meetings shall be within the community. The Board searched for an alternate location in CMR (library, schools, recreation center, other). These options are not acceptable as the Board must meet on a predetermined and set schedule to ensure a quorum of the Board and to accommodate Management’s schedule. After a lengthy review, the only acceptable option is at the location below. In the event another option becomes available within the community, the Board will most certainly consider it.
11611 Bernardo Plaza Ct.
San Diego, CA 92128 Map
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Some residents have reported seeing coyotes in and around our community. Recently a coyote killed a resident’s dog.
Please follow these few simple rules to ensure that coyotes do not become permanent neighbors:
- Report sightings to local animal control, especially if the animal isn’t easily intimidated by loud noise or bright light or if you see the animal during daylight hours.
- Do not leave trash bins on the street or set food out. Secure lids on trash and recycling bins.
- Avoid bird feeders. The aroma attracts scavengers even though they can’t reach the nuts and seeds.
- Don’t put meat scraps in compost heaps.
- Don’t let cats and dogs outside unattended, especially at night.
- Walk your dog on a short leash, at your side, not behind you, at all times. If you encounter a coyote, pick up the dog and walk away.
- Carry a flashlight, air horn or pepper spray when walking. If caught unprepared, shout and throw small objects.
Homeless Sightings and What You Should Do
It has been reported that homeless encampments have been spotted on the corner of Camino del Norte and around the golf course. Your management team is unable to report the trespassing for you, since we’re not on-site the police will not respond to us. You must be there on-site witnessing the trespassing taking place for a dispatcher to send the police to your area. A dispatcher will not dispatch the police if you’re not physically there to report the trespasser. We need your help to address this matter, if you see people trespassing please call one of the numbers listed below.
How do I report a homeless encampment?
You can report a homeless encampment by contacting the Environmental Services Department at (858) 694-7000. If illegal activity is related contact the police non-emergency line at (619) 531-2000.*If a crime is in progress, call 911.
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.
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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: Kelli Vega
San Diego, CA 92123
The following policy has been adopted by the Carmel Mountain Ranch Residential Community Association Board of Directors.
The Board has adopted the following guidelines for homeowners to use to resolve alleged violations regarding barking dogs.
- Complaining owner shall first personally meet with the offending owner to attempt to resolve the issue prior to bringing it to the attention of the Association.
- Complaining owner shall contact local city and county agencies to help with the matter.
- If the dispute remains unresolved after the owners have met and, correspondence must be sent to the Board via the Management Company, describing the problem in detail.
- If the offending owner has not been cooperative in resolving the situation and the local agencies have not been effective, then the following steps can occur:
- The complaining owner shall submit written correspondence to the Management Company indicating the problem and the dates and specific hours the barking has occurred.
- The Management Company will send a letter to the offending owner to request resolution within a specified time period.
- If compliance is not met within the time period, the complaining owner and offending owner will be requested to attend a hearing with the Board of Directors.