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Quail Ridge Rules & Regs

This unofficial copy of the the Quail Ridge Rules & Regs is provided solely for the convenience of our homeowners. It is not a legal document.


CREATED September 30, 1994

UPDATED December 2014




The purpose of this manual is to publish and maintain the policies, procedures, and rules supplementing the CC&R's and By-Laws of the Quail Ridge Homeowners Association.


The Quail Ridge Condominium Homeowners Association Board of Directors is responsible for authorizing preparation and approval of policies, procedures, and rules necessary for the conduct of the condominium community and its business affairs. The Secretary will sign and affix the Board approval date and the date of distribution to homeowners of record and tenants as appropriate.

The Management Company will publish and distribute copies of the manual's initial release to homeowners and tenants. Individual releases of new and/or revised policies, etc. will be distributed. Copies of the manual will be furnished to new owners with the CC&R's and By-laws.

Homeowners are responsible for maintaining their manuals in current date order. Replacement manuals may be obtained for a nominal charge of ten dollars ($10.00) to cover the cost of printing and handling. Absentee owners are encouraged to include copies of the manual in their rental agreement in order to assure understanding and agreement of our operating methods by tenants.




The purpose of this policy is to define the parliamentary procedure that is expected to be followed at meetings held by the Board of Directors. These Rules are essential to the effectiveness of successful meetings. Each board member is expected to know and follow these rules. They allow for preparation of the business agenda, the conduct of a meeting in accordance with Robert's Rules of Order, and the proper method of passage or rejection of each item of business. The formality of these rules assist in the smooth flow of meetings and will enhance the control necessary to transact business and protect each member's rights.

References: Condominium Management; J.R. Holman, Prentice Hall

Guide to Condominium Management; Institute of Real Estate Management

Robert's Rules of Order.


The agenda must be prepared in advance and followed in the given sequence.

An Open forum for comments by owners may be held. Owners should state their name and address before commenting. A time limit should be set by the presiding officer. The topics and sequence of the agenda are as follows:

1. Call to order by the presiding official establishes that a quorum is present.

2. Approval of minutes as submitted. Reading is optional, but board members must have a copy for advance reading at least three (3) days prior to the meeting.

3. Review and acceptance of the Treasurer's report, balance sheet, income statement and check register are minimum reports for approval.

4. Management agent's report.

5. Committee reports

Standing committee reports (list each report)

Sub-topics for major items should be listed

Special committee reports

6. Old business

These are topics documented from a previous meeting that are still open for resolution (list each)

7. New business

Each known new business item is to be listed

8. Adjournment.

The presiding officer may delegate the preparation of the agenda; however, he/she has final approval. It is understood that from time to time, there will be special issues to discuss that haven't been listed on the agenda for various reasons. Every effort should be made to have all items on the agenda and each item should be accompanied by appropriate copies of related documents. The agenda and related documents are an integral part of the "board packets" to be delivered to directors at least three days prior to meeting.


Parliamentary procedure requires that each item of business be brought to the board in the form of a MOTION. A motion is a formal proposal by a member on which the board must act.

A board member making a motion should be prepared with all facts ready to present. If the motion is complex in nature, it should be documented and presented in advance to the secretary and directors prior to the meeting, preferably with the board packets.

The person making the motion obtains the floor only by recognition by the presiding official. All other actions are out of order for discussion and will be so announced by the presiding official.

1. Making a motion

The member gets formally recognized by the chair, the motion is introduced by "I move that ... " and the motion then follows.

2. Seconding a motion

Another member seconds the motion. A second means that another member believes that the subject is worth discussion. A motion must have a second to proceed; if not, the motion fails and cannot be discussed.

3. Discussion

The chair calls for discussion. The maker is the first to speak. Every other member wishing to speak is then given the opportunity. A second opportunity is given only after all others have had the opportunity to speak once. All discussion must be limited to the motion before the membership.

4. Put the questions to vote

The chair repeats, the motion and calls for a vote, "aye" and then "nay." A member may call for a "roll call" vote on the important issues.

5. Results

The chair announces the results, stating whether the motion has passed or failed. The secretary records the proceedings.


A board member is a fiduciary who holds a charter similar to that of a trustee of an express trust of property, and it is their duty to act for the good of others, rather than for their own benefit. The duty of a board member is to exercise his powers for the benefit of the association.

The board of directors has the power to act, and it must act as a board -not as individuals. Individual action by one member or several members is not action by the board and ordinarily not effective or binding on the association.

Board members may not lawfully turn the board's powers over to an individual.

The board members cannot bind the association by their acts unless they act as a duly assembled board with motions passed in the proper procedure. The board members are representatives, and their acts are binding to the association. They are subject to fair criticism by the association membership. The membership possesses the ultimate control over the board of directors with the RIGHT TO RECALL.

The chairman may appoint a parliamentarian to administer scheduled meetings. The parliamentarian should be a member of the association, but does not necessarily need to be a board member.


The association will maintain a book of policies and procedures to govern the administrative functions of the organizations. A written document is required for each procedure and all procedures will be filed in a notebook that is to be maintained current. It will be the responsibility of the board of directors to add, delete and modify them as needed. These changes must be accomplished as motions in scheduled board meetings.

Included in the procedure manual will be:

  • Committees and their responsibilities
  • Job descriptions and Termination policy
  • Contracts
  • Maintenance procedures
  • Pool hours and restrictions
  • Insurance requirements
  • Hearing procedures
  • Financial procedures
  • Reporting requirements
  • Approvals required for expenditures
  • Maximum amount for routine expenditures
  • Monthly, quarterly & annual reporting requirements
  • Homeowner requirements
  • Homeowner information records
  • Parking rules and regulations
  • Calendar of events scheduled for the fiscal year
  • Budget preparation

Procedures will be numbered & dated with the board meeting date that they were approved along with the signature of the Secretary of the board.

Board meeting approval date: January 2015

Secretary, Quail Ridge Homeowners Association



I. Introduction

A. Owners and residents with grievances may file for a hearing by the Hearing Committee. The purpose of this policy is to establish a committee and procedure for hearing the facts of the matter and render a decision.

B. In the event that action is initiated by the Board of Directors, Article X. of the By-Laws shall apply.

II. Hearing committee

A. The committee shall consist of three (3) Quail Ridge homeowners. The chairman and members of the committee shall be appointed by the President of Quail Ridge Homeowners Association.

B. Persons serving on the Hearing Committee may not be involved with the subject at hand. If a member of the committee is involved, they are to be replaced by an alternate.

C. The President of the Association shall convene the committee on receipt of a request in writing for a hearing. The request must fully state the facts of the matter as they are best known to them, including dates, times, places and people involved. References to applicable documents such as rules, policies, CC&R's, etc., are desirable.

D. Chairman's duties shall include:

1. Call a meeting of parties involved after receipt of the written signed request.

2. Notices must be sent three (3) weeks prior to the hearing.

3. Allow only questions or testimony regarding the issue submitted.

4. Control the demeanor of the meeting. The chair may call a recess, postpone the meeting, or remove participant in order to assure a fair and orderly process.

5. Prepare a brief summary of the facts presented and the decision, in full; reached by the committee, deliver the report to the Board of Directors.

III. Board of Directors

A. At the next regularly scheduled board meeting, after receipt of the Hearing Committee report, the report shall be recorded with the minutes. The board shall assure that the report is complete, returning an incomplete report to the committee chairman for any changes.

B. The board shall vote to:

1. Uphold the decision, or

2. Support a portion and deny the balance, or

3. Diminish, but not increase any penalties involved, or

4. Disapprove. Board members are responsible for enforcing the CC&R’s and By-laws of the Association.

5. The Board of Directors must make their ruling in Executive Session and mail the decision to all parties involved within two (2) weeks of the hearing.

IV. Notification (Civil Code §1363(h))

When the Board of Directors is to meet to consider or impose discipline upon a member, the board shall notify the member in writing, by either personal delivery or first-class mail, at least ten (10) days prior to the meeting. The member in question has the right to attend such meeting and may address the board at that time. The board of director of the association shall meet in executive session if requested by the member being disciplined.



The following is a listing of the items within the Project; as well as the maintenance, repair and replacement duty for which Owners and the Association are responsible in accordance with Article IX of the Declaration.

NOTE: In the table below "O" is for Owner and "A" is for Association

Air Conditioning System - Each Unit X  
Appliances - Built-in
If an appliance in the upper unit leaks and causes damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Appliances - Free Standing
If an appliance in the upper unit leaks and caμses damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Balconies X
Bathtub Waste and Overflow
If a bathtub leak in the upper unit causes damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible fot the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Cabinets - in Units X
Carpeting - in Units X
Caulking - Exterior X
Caulking - Interior X
Ceilings X
Clubhouse X
Common Area Improvements X
Doorbell - Exterior Components/Button Switch X
Doorbell - Interior Components; Wiring X
Doors - Entry ~ Frame & Door X
Doors - Entry - Locks and Hardware X
Doors - Entry - Painting - Exterior Surface X
Doors - Entry - Painting - Interior Surface X
Doors - Entry - Weather Stripping/Waterproofing X
Doors - Interior X
Doors, Screen/Storm/Security X
Doors, Sliding Glass X
Doors, Sliding Glass - Frame and Tracks X
Doors, Sliding Glass - Screen X
Drainage Systems (e.g., ditches; catch basins) X
Drains - Bathtubs, Showers, Sinks
If a pipe leading to the bathtub, shower or sink leaks and causes damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Drains - Curb X
Drains - Yards X
Driveway/Parking Space - Concrete and Asphalt Surfaces X
Driveway/Parking Space
Homeowners are responsible for keeping them clean and free of vehicle fluids
Dryer Vents - Cleaning X
Dryer Vents - Repair X
Drywall - Damage Repairs (e.g., cracks, inside minor localized water damage, dents, holes, etc.) X
Drywall - Interior - Replace X
Electrical Panel Circuit Breakers/Interior X
Electrical Switches, Sockets, Wall Plates - Interior X
Electrical Wiring - Interior Including Fuse Box X
Electrical Wiring (Between Meter and Unit) X
Exhaust Fans, Interior kitchen and bathroom X
Exterior Building Surfaces X
Exterior Faucets, Handles, Washers X
Exterior Lighting - See "Lighting"
Fences - Common Area Including Bottom Floor Patio Fences X
Fireplace - Chimney - Exterior and Spark Arrestor X
Fireplace - Chimney Flue X
Fireplace - Chimney - Interior - Cleaning X
Fireplace - Fire Brick (fire box)
(Fire Box = Ceramic brick walls of fireplace)
Fireplace - Mantelpiece, Trim and Facing X
Floor X
Floor Coverings - Carpet, Vinyl and Tile X
Front Entry Landings X
Furnace - Unit Systems X
Garage Door Openers and Hardware X
Garage Doors - Replacement X
Garage Door - Maintenance and Repair X
Garbage Disposal X
Gas Lines - Below Ground X
Glass - Recreation Area X
Glass - Unit Windows/Doors X
Gutters & Downspouts X
Hose Bibs X
Insulation X
Landscaping - Balconies X
Landscaping - Common Areas; Greenbelt X
Landscaping - Patios/Backyards X
Lighting Fixtures - Common Areas X
Lighting Fixtures - Inside Units X
Lighting Fixtures - Outside - Front
(Homeowners are responsible for all fixtures controlled by switches within their unit)
Lighting Fixtures - Outside - Patio X
Linoleum & Vinyl Flooring - Inside Units X
Painting - Interior X
Painting - Exterior X
Patio/Balcony Deck Membranes/Waterproofing X
Patio/Balcony Deck Railings - Painting (Inside/Outside Surfaces) X
Patio/Balcony Deck Railings - Replacement X
Patio/Balcony Painting X
Patio/Balcony Maintenance X
Playground Equipment X
Plumbing Fixtures - Interior (Toilets/Tubs/Sinks/Faucets, etc.)
If any plumbing fixture in the upper unit leaks and causes damage· to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Plumbing Lines - Inside Unit, or within walls, floors or ceilings, which are not in common with another unit.
If an upper unit leak caused damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Plumbing Lines - Located within floors, behind or within walls or ceilings shared by more than one unit, and in Common Area X
Pool, Pool Building, Spa, Equipment X
Pressure Regulators X
Roof Decking X
Roof Flashing & Other Roofing Components X
Roof Shingles/Tiles X
Roof Underlayment X
Roof Vents X
Security Gates X
Sewer Backups
If a sewer backllp causes damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Sewer Lines - Common Use or Once It Leaves the Building X
Sewer Lines - Single Use
If the sewer line in the upper unit leaks and causes damage to lower urtit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Sidewalks - Common Areas X
Slab X
Sliding Patio Door Flashing/Waterproofing X
Sliding Patio Door Frames & Tracks X
Sliding Patio Door Hardware X
Sliding Patio Doors X
Solar System (From Pump Up to Panels) X
Spraying for Household Pests (Ants, Fleas, etc.), Interior, balcony and patio X
Spraying for Landscaping Pests X
Streets X
Stucco Painting/Coloring X
Stucco Repair & Replacement X
Toilet - Wax Ring X
Trim - Wood - Exterior - Maintenance & Replacement X
Trim - Wood - Exterior - Painting X
Walls - Bearing, Studs, Frames, Tiedowns, Otehr Structural Items X
Walls - Non-bearing X
Wallpaper/Paneling/Paint and Other Aesthetics X
Water Lines (From Water Meter to Building Entrance) X
Water Lines (Lines Servicing Individual Unit)
If the water line servicing an individual unit leaks in the upper unit and causes damage to lower unit, the homeowner of the upper unit is responsible for the cost of damages to the lower unit.
Water Heater - Common Area X
Water Heater - Individual X
Water Softeners X
Window and Slider Screens X
Window Flashing/Waterproofing X
Window Frames X
Window Hardware X
Wiring - Cable TV X
Wiring - Telephone X



The following is the adopted procedure for the long-term maintenance of the specific use easements; i.e., the balconies. Specific use easements are defined for this purpose as the balconies that can only be entered through your unit.

Since the Board of Directors and their hired maintenance personnel are unable to freely inspect the balconies for dry rot damage, termites, loose boards, paint damage, and other potential hazards that could injure someone, the Board has adopted the policy that "All homeowners are responsible for inspecting their own balconies."

Should any homeowner notice any of the above situations or any situation with their balcony that could cause damage or increase the liability of the homeowners association, the homeowner is responsible for informing the management company and setting up a time during the day to allow the proper maintenance crew to repair said damage.

All homeowners are asked to inspect their decks right away to ensure that all balcony railings are attached to the building properly.

For homeowners that own upstairs units, we ask that you report to the management company if you notice any part of your railing and/or stairwell leading up towards your front door to be of a hazardous condition.


1. ITEMS PERMITTED on balconies, patios, decks and porches:

a. Gas grill/barbecue. Charcoal grills on patios only.

b. Hose, rolled when not in use, preferably in a freestanding device or container. Hoses are not allowed on balconies or front common area. Hoses left in these areas will be removed by maintenance.

c. Patio furniture and covered storage that meets Architectural Guidelines.

d. Table umbrellas should be kept clean and closed when not in use.

e. Freestanding planters and ornamentals that keep plants at least six inches from all lateral wooden surfaces and have at least three-inch supports to allow airflow to floors. (Dishes and Saucers must be under all pots and plants!)

f. The more plants, the more moisture, the more rot, the more cost to you in repairs. Consider low-moisture and fewer plants, water frugally and avoid overflows.

g. Dogs are allowed on patios only.

h. American flags.

2. ITEMS NOT PERMITTED on balconies, patios, decks and porches & stairs:

a. Animals are not permitted on porches, balconies, or decks at any time. (This will be strictly enforced! Dogs are allowed on patios only).

b. Excessive build-up of any pet excrement and odor on patios, Pet excrement must be cleaned up daily.

c. No storage of trash or trash cans.

d. Household items of any size outside of storage containers (i.e. bicycles, athletic gear, appliances, household furniture, tanks, etc.).

e. All attachments to the building, fence or railings.

f. Drying items (i.e. mops, swim suits, towels, rugs, etc).

g. Items placed on the balcony railings, stair railings, or patio fence tops. This is both a violation and a safety issue.

h. Planters or other items on stairways. Three-foot wide access to main door is required, and doors should he able to swing open 90 degrees.

i. Excessive, infected or poorly maintained plants.

j. Chimes.

k. Flags other than the standard American flag.

l. No personal items may be left anywhere in the common area.

The Board of Directors reserves the right to require removal of any additions that it deems inappropriate, unsightly or disruptive to the common area.



1. Hours are:

10:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. (Sun-Thurs)

10:00 a.m. -11:00 p.m. (Fri. -Sat.)

2. Resident must be present at all times.

3. No one may use the Clubhouse without a responsible Owner of record or Tenant who has signed a written lease with the unit owner present.

4. While using facility, park in designated clubhouse parking only. Do not park homeowner's reserved spaces. There is extra guest parking on Mission Gate Drive.

5. No BBQ grills in or around clubhouse (including pool).

6. No smoking.

7. No wet swimsuits.

8. No glass containers.

9. No rough or wild play or unduly loud noise.


11. No poolside chairs or tables inside.

12. No one may light a fire in the fireplace unless within the presence of a responsible homeowner or legal tenant. Please make sure the fire is completely extinguished before leaving and clean up afterwards. Homeowner must provide their own wood.

13. Clean clubhouse after use -leave in same condition as found.

14. Lock all doors when leaving the clubhouse.

15. Return the key to management within 24 hours of the event. You may deposit the key in the drop slot of the office.



The clubhouse may be rented by homeowners and tenants of Quail Ridge only.

1. The Association reserves the right to deny use based on delinquency of Association fees (after all requirements are met pursuant to Civil Code §1363(h)). A responsible homeowner/tenant must be present at all times and must have proper identification to show to Quail Ridge Security, Management, or a Board member, upon request.

2. The rental fee is $125.00 (paid when resident picks up clubhouse key).

3. The deposit is $150.00 (for cleaning and/or damage). A personal check will do. This check must be received one week prior to the rental. If the clubhouse is left in clean and damage free condition and the key is returned within one day, the deposit will be refunded.

4. The clubhouse is to be used exclusively by the person renting the clubhouse and their guests. All others will be asked to leave by the person renting the clubhouse.

5. Pool cannot be rented exclusively. Pool facilities may be used with clubhouse rental (all pool rules apply) but remains open to all.

6. If a tenant of a unit requests the use of the clubhouse, they must first get approval in writing from the homeowner. Homeowner will be held responsible for their tenant.

7. Your guests must not use numbered parking spaces. If they do they will be towed away at their own expense. You may use the Clubhouse & Pool Parking spaces only. These spaces are located on the right side of the clubhouse. Other guest parking is available on Mission Gate.

8. Rowdiness, loud music, and profanity will not be tolerated.

9. No smoking, charcoal/gas grills, or no poolside tables or chairs may be brought inside.

10. Serving ALCOHOL of any kind is strictly PROHIBITED.

11. Lock and secure premises before leaving. Place all trash from party in plastic bags and dispose of it in the trash bin nearest your own unit. (Do not place trash in Bin #1).

12. Premises must be vacated ON OR BEFORE: 10:00 p.m., Sunday through Thursday at 11:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday. NO EXCEPTIONS.

13. Under no circumstances may the homeowner or tenant sublet the use of the clubhouse.



1. Pool hours are:

8:00 a.m. -10:00 p.m. WEEKDAYS

8:00 a.m. -11:00 p.m. WEEKENDS

2. The pool area is maintained for the use of Quail Ridge residents and their guests. Guests must be accompanied by a responsible homeowner or tenant. Any person within the enclosure may be required to demonstrate that they have rightful access to the pool area. If they cannot so demonstrate, they will be asked to leave.

3. No glass or breakable materials are permitted in the pool area

4. No unduly loud noise, including loud radios, is tolerated.

5. Due to the scientific evidence of the dangers of second-hand tobacco smoke and the offensive odor and nuisance created by vaping and marijuana smoke, smoking of tobacco or marijuana products and vaping of any kind are prohibited in the pool and spa area.

6. Rafts, inner tubes, boogie boards, and small objects that may get into the filter system are not allowed in the pool and spa

7. Skateboards, bicycles, skates, mopeds, etc., are not allowed in the pool area.

8. Since there is no lifeguard on duty, children under the age of 14 may not use the pool or spa areas without an adult in attendance. California Code of Regulations Title 22, §65539. Teenagers are not allowed to supervise younger children!

9. Incontinent persons must wear plastic pants if using the pool.

10. All garbage, including cigarettes and matches, must be placed in the proper containers.

11. No pets are allowed in the pool or spa area.

12. No running, pushing or roughhousing is allowed.

13. Showers are to be taken before entering the pools & spas.

14. Emergency switch by Jacuzzi is to be left on at all times.

15. Pool safety equipment is to be used for emergency purposes only.

16. Because of the expense of purchasing and maintaining the pool furniture, mishandling absolutely will not be tolerated. Any misuse should be reported immediately to the management company. Those who misuse or damage the pool furniture will be responsible for its repair or replacement.

17. Allowing access to the pool facilities to anyone other than your own guests may affect a hearing before the board of directors resulting in the suspension of your pool privileges for a period of one month.



I. Applicable documents:

A. Declarations of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, and Reservations of Easements for Quail Ridge Condominiums.

1. Article I. Definitions, Section 1.40, Parking Space

2. Article V. Powers and Duties of the Association

a. Section 5.07 -Rules and Regulations

b. Section 5.16 -Management of Common Area

c. Section 10.05 -Parking and Vehicular Restrictions

II. Policy:

It is the policy of the Quail Ridge Condominiums Homeowners Association Board of Directors that a set of rules, regulations, restrictions, and maps be established and maintained controlling portions of the common area designated for parking spaces and for vehicles occupying these spaces.

III. Rules, Regulations, and Restrictions:

1. No person shall park, store or keep on or within the properties any large commercial type vehicle, or recreations vehicle (including but not limited to any camper unit, house car or motor home), any bus, trailer, trailer coach, camp trailer, boat, mobile home, or inoperable, unlicensed, or vehicle not displaying current registration, or any other similar vehicle or any equipment, mobile or otherwise, deemed to be a nuisance by the Board of Directors.

2. No person shall conduct repairs or restorations of any motor vehicle, boat, trailer, aircraft or other vehicle upon any portion of the properties.

3. Parking spaces shall be used for parking purposes only and shall not be converted to other uses.

4. Residents having carports shall not store or keep any property whatsoever, except one vehicle in their space or property stored or kept in fully enclosed cabinets. Sufficient space for one full-sized or compact vehicle must be provided at all times.

5. All garages must maintain sufficient space for one full-sized or compact vehicle at all times.

6. Vehicles shall be parked entirely within the lines of the parking space. No portion of the vehicle shall extend on or over the lines.

7. Parking is prohibited wherever red painted stripes on curbs> driveways, or asphalt/cement show "FIRE LANE" or "NO PARKING" stencils and/or signs are posted. Parking in a Red Zone Fire Lane will result in an immediate tow.

8. Parking is prohibited in front of garages, except in those cases where painted parking spaces have been approved by the Fire Marshall, unless the vehicle is attended by a licensed driver.

9. Guest Visitor parking is permitted as follows:

a. Spaces marked "VISITOR" are for use by guests (non-residents). All "Visitor Parking" will be for visitors only. Homeowners and tenants are not allowed to use visitor parking at any time. Parking in the visitor space may result in fines and towing of your vehicle. Guests are permitted to use guest parking seven days in a 30-day period of time. Guests/Visitor parking is available on Mission Gate Drive.

b. Numbered spaces with the permission of the owner/resident of the numbered unit.

10. Speed limit is ten (10) miles per hour throughout the common area.

11. Notwithstanding the foregoing, these restrictions shall not be interpreted in such a manner to permit any activity, which would he contrary to any ordinance of the country or other local governmental agency jurisdiction over the properties.

12. Parking violations are subject to the Vehicle being towed and impounded at the Vehicle Owner's expense, WITHOUT NOTICE.


All residents must register their vehicles and display a parking decal on their vehicle window when parking anywhere in the complex. Failure to display a parking, decal will result in the following:

1st Offence -Warning Notice

2nd Offence -$25.00 Fine

3rd Offence -$50.00 Fine

4th Offence -$100.00 Fine


1. Mesa Vista residents must register all of their vehicles; this includes motorcycles, and display a QRHOA green & white parking decal on the windshield of their vehicle.

2. Each homeowner will be issued one red & white hanging parking ID tag after properly registering their second vehicle. Their 1st registered vehicle must be parked in their primary parking space, which is their garage. Hanging the red & white ID tag on their mirror, along with the green & white decal displayed on their windshield, gives residents the opportunity to park their second vehicle in a parking space on Mesa Vista Way when such space is available.

3. In order to park legally and fairly, the vehicle must display both a green & white parking decal and a red & white hanging ID tag. Both tags must be displayed properly. Failure to do so may result in the vehicle being towed at the owner's expense.

4. It will be the responsibility of the off-site owner to secure the return of the hanging tag after a tenant vacates the unit. Any new tag will cost $10.00.

5. There will be NO visitor parking on Mesa Vista Way. All visitors will park on Mission Gate, It will be the responsibility of the homeowner/tenant to instruct their visitors on correct visitor parking location.

6. Any second vehicle will either be parked in the resident's garage or on Mission Gate.

7. The four units that have carports will be excluded from the hanging tag program, and may not use any parking spaces other than their garage and carport.

8. All spaces will be clearly marked and proper signs will be displayed.

9. Homeowners with one registered vehicle will not be issued a hanging tag, as the primary parking space is their garage. If at any time in the future they purchase a second 2nd vehicle, the homeowner may then receive a hanging tag.



1. Dogs must be on a leash at all times and controlled by a person while in the common area. Never leave your dog unattended anywhere in the common area.

2. A “pooper scooper” or similar device must be used while walking pets. Excrement must be picked up immediately from the common area and daily from the patio.

3. No pets allowed in the pool area or playgrounds.

4. No pets may be locked in garages or left on porches or on balconies at any time day or night.

5. Pet owners shall be liable for any unreasonable noise or damage caused by their animals, i.e. constant barking.

6. Failure to comply with the about Rules & Regulations will result in the appropriate warning and/or fine.



1. No sign, poster, display, billboard or other advertising service of any kind shall be displayed to public view on any portion of the common areas without the prior written consent of the Architectural Control Committee.

2. Homeowners advertising their units for sale are allowed one sign of not larger than eighteen (18) inches by thirty (30) inches advising such condominium for sale. No approval needed.

3. The “For Sale" sign must be placed within the window of the unit only. There is one exception: some units in Quail Ridge do not have a window that faces the street. These homeowners, and these homeowners only, are allowed to place a sign in the common area landscaping in front of their unit or on either side of the building, advertising the unit for sale. The sign must be properly affixed to a pole and placed into the ground. Large fence post poles are not allowed. Immediately upon the unit being sold the sign must be removed. NOTE: The Board of Directors can request that a sign be removed if it appears the sign detracts from the appearance of Quail Ridge.

4. Under no circumstance is any homeowner allowed to place any sign onto the building itself or on garage doors. Homeowner will be liable for the cost of repairs to the building, landscape or garage doors if a sign is placed in these areas and caused damage.

5. For the purpose of an open house, the real estate agent is allowed to place directional flags or signs in the common area showing prospective clients where the open house is located. Immediately after the open house, the signs, flags, balloons, etc. must be removed.



July 16, 2013

All members of the Quail Ridge Condominium Homeowners Association are subject to the DECLARATION OF COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND RESTRICTIONS, as well as any RULES AND REGULATIONS adopted by the Board of Directors. If any Homeowner or family member, his guest(s), his tenant or his tenant's guest(s) violates the restrictions, the Board may impose a reasonable fine upon such Homeowner for each violation, as outlined below.


Any resident wishing to make a formal complaint against another resident must provide it in writing and send it to Management. A VIOLATION NOTICE WILL ONLY BE SENT AFTER RECEIPTS OF A FORMAL WRITTEN COMPLAINT. (This complaint must be signed).


Each Violation Notice will include the type of violation, date of violation, consequence of the violation for continued non-compliance, as well as a notation of the appropriate section of the document, or rule. Each Violation Notice will be mailed to the Homeowner by way of first class mail. A copy of the Violation Notice will also be mailed to any tenant in violation of the documents, or rules and regulations of the community.


If the violation has not been corrected within the period specified in the violation letter, a Notice of Hearing will be issued to the responsible Homeowner. This will give the Homeowner the opportunity to be heard either in person or by written response during a formal hearing-before the Board of Directors. The Homeowner will be sent the Notice of Hearing not less than 15 days before the hearing date. It is the Owner's responsibility to contact the Management Company to confine their attendance at the Hearing. The Board’s decision will be mailed by way of certified mail to the Homeowner within 10 days after the Hearing. There is a $15.00 administration fee placed on the homeowner's account for issuing a Notice of Hearing.


The Board of Directors can only assess fines to the Homeowner's account after the scheduled hearing date. The filling schedule is as follows:

First Notice Of Violation     Friendly Reminder

Second Notice Of Violation     Strong Reminder

Third Notice Of Violation     Invitation To Hearing With $ 100.00 Fine

Fourth Notice Of Violation     Re-Invitation To Hearing With $ 200.00 Fine

Fifth Notice Of Violation     Re-Invitation To Hearing With $ 400.00 Fine

Intentional Damage To Common Areas=

$100.00 Fine + Cost To Repair Or Replace Damaged Area

Additional Repetitive Violations Will Result In Legal Action At The Homeowner’s Expense.

Action To Collect May Be Taken In Small Claims Court. Reoccurrence Of The Violation Within A Six-Month Period Will Result In An Immediate Notice Of Hearing Being Issued.



1. Satellite dishes of one (1) meter or less in diameter, and other communication ¬receiving antennae or devises, and related equipment covered by the Federal Telecommunications Act of 1996 (the "Act") (collectively referred to in this policy as "qualified satellite receiver"), may be installed in the Owner's Unit and Exclusive Use (Patio or Balcony) as provided in this policy. Satellite dishes larger than one (1) meter is diameter, and any other antennae not covered by the Act, are prohibited as provided in the association's governing documents.

2. Application to the Association shall not be required prior to installing a satellite receiver AS LONG AS THE ADOPED POLICY IS ADHERED TO.

3. No fee or deposit payable to the Association shall be required prior to installation of a qualified satellite receiver.

4. An Owner may install a qualified satellite receiver In the Owner's Unit or on the patio/balcony in a location necessary for the signal strength desire. If more than -one location in the Unit or on the patio/balcony will provide the requisite signal strength, Owner must place his or her qualified satellite receiver in the location, which will minimize the visual effect of the equipment on the Common Areas and other residents.

5. Owner shall keep the qualified satellite receiver in good repair and maintenance and not permit the antenna to become unsightly.

6. Qualified satellite receivers may not be installed on any part of the Association Common Areas.

7. Owner shall indemnify and hold harmless the Association, and its agents, directors, officers, and employees, from any and all loss, claim, damage, injury, judgment, or cost, including attorneys fees and court costs, resulting from or arising out of Owner's installation, maintenance, or use of the qualified satellite receiver, to the extent that Owner's negligence in installation, maintenance, and/or use of the qualified satellite receiver caused or resulted in the loss, claim, damage, injury judgment or cost, lnc1uding attorneys fees and court costs being indemnified.

8. Nothing in this policy is intended to unreasonably increase the Owner's cost of installing a satellite receiver, unreasonably delay the installation, or unreasonably decrease the reception of the signals received. Should any Owner believe that anything in this policy unreasonably affects the cost, delays installation, or decreases signal strength, the Owner is encouraged to contact Management to discuss and resolve the matter.

9. Nothing in this policy is to be interpreted as being in contradiction of the Act regarding the installation, maintenance, and the use of satellite dishes. Should any portion of this policy be interpreted as contravening the Act that section or sections shall be considered immediately modified to conform to the Act. Should it be impossible to modify the section or sections that section or sections shall be deemed severable from the remainder of the policy, and shall be of no force and affect whatsoever.

10. Prior to, simultaneously with, the installation of the qualified satellite receiver, the Owner of the unit shall execute a copy of this policy and provide the signed copy to the Board of Directors.

This policy is adopted by the Board of Directors of the Quail Ridge Homeowners Association at its meeting held on April 18, 2000, in Oceanside. California.


The terms and conditions outlined in the above policy are hereby accepted.

(Owner signature)

(Printed Name)

(Property Address) (Unit Number)



1. The color of your screen door must be the approved color for your area of the complex:

Mission Series - Black

Triana Series - White.

Aluminum color front screen doors are not permitted.

2. All screen doors must be professionally installed, so as to not damage the door jam.

3. Security doors are allowed as long as they are the approved color.

4. Screen doors & security screen doors may be aluminum, steel or wood as long as the color is correct.

5. Patio and balcony screen doors must be aluminum color to maintain the high standard appearance and marketability of the community.

6. Screen doors and security screen doors may be installed on the front door only. The patios must have the standard aluminum patio type slider screen.

If a screen door is installed that does not comply with the above standards, the homeowner will be required to remove the screen immediately.



Rollerblades, Skateboards, Skates & Scooters are not permitted anywhere in the complex.



Living in a community with so many close neighbors requires extra consideration to the noises we create and extra tolerance in ignoring what we hear. Here are some guidelines for making the sound environment more pleasant for everyone:

1. No engine revving, loud motorcycle acceleration, wind chimes, skateboarding, rollerblading or skating.

2. Avoid unnecessary noise from honking, shouting, car stereos, car alarms, etc.

3. If you need to use loud equipment occasionally, such as power tools, check with your neighbors to determine an agreeable time period or at least operate noisy tools only between 8 a.m. and 9 p.m.


1. Train your dogs not to bark unless duly provoked. There are training collars and other techniques to help with this.

2. Keep sound levels as low as possible on all audio equipment. Consider the placement of the speakers to minimize vibrations. If necessary, negotiate with your neighbors to reach; agreeable sound levels and tones of use. Use headphones when possible.

3. Minimize loud music disturbing others by closing house and car windows.

4. Speak in normal tones. Caution members of your household and guests against creating a noise and language disturbance at the pool and other common areas.

5. If necessary, walk and move things as gently as possible and not late at night. Consider installing extra padding on your floor and sound proofing walls.

6. Several ways to minimize unwanted noise is to invest in sound proofing devices, white noise such as a fan, soft music, nature tapes, earphones, earplugs, etc.

7. If in blocking out noise you are concerned that you won't hear danger, consider investing in security equipment.

Be considerate, learn to harmonize.



1. A “drone” is defined as an unmanned aircraft without a human pilot on board, including model airplanes, helicopters and similar aircraft.

2. No resident, guest, or invitee may enter into the airspace of another resident’s Unit with a drone.

3. No resident, guest or invitee may operate or authorize the operation of a drone in the airspace above any portion of the Community in such a way as to invade the privacy of Association members, guests, residents or vendors, whether equipped with a camera or otherwise.

4. No resident, guest or invitee may operate or authorize the operation of a drone in the airspace above any portion of the Common Area.

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