Looking to meet new friends? Have a talent for organizing or research? Consider joining the Palomar Hills Social Committee. It is a lot of fun and a great way to get to know your neighbors! If you are interested in participating, please email the Clubhouse at email@example.com Come on and get involved!
Capital Improvement Planning Committee
The Board of Directors is looking for volunteers to define possible future capital projects in the neighborhood. The Committee would consider the relative need, impact, timing, cost, and funding of these expenditures, and the effect each will have on the financial position of the Association. The Committee will make recommendations to Neighborhood Presidents and Board of Directors for consideration in the long-range plan and/or the following year's budget. If interested, please email the Clubhouse at firstname.lastname@example.org.
As the ponds are beginning to freeze, neighborhood children should not be playing on or near them!! The ice is not safe! With the active waterfall and fountains, water will not freeze underneath and therefore is not solid. Please keep children from ice skating, riding bikes, and playing on the ponds this winter, and discourage them from throwing rocks onto the ice.
First quarter fees of $180 were due on January 1st. Payments must be received by Monday, January 15th to avoid a $15 late fee. There is a mail slot located in the front door of the Clubhouse so that payments can be dropped off after hours, or pay them online with a credit card at: palomarhills.com
The Master Documents state that exterior holiday decorations should not be displayed after January 10th. Residents who have not removed all wreaths, lights, and decor are out of compliance with neighborhood restrictions and are asked to remove them immediately.
The next Board of Directors meeting is scheduled for Monday, January 15 at 7PM. Agenda items are: December Financial Report & Minutes, 2018 Budget. Regular monthly board meetings are held at the clubhouse and are open to all residents.
Owners should not allow dogs to deposit droppings in public places or on the property of others (LFUCG Code of Ordinance, Section 4-23). Be respectful and clean up after your pet. The office has received numerous complaints
about pet waste and dogs being off leash.