A reminder about pet rules

The Association is sympathetic to those residents who desire to have and enjoy pets. At the same time certain rules are necessary to ensure that pets maintained on the property do not impose a nuisance or burden on other residents and guests. Unit owners may keep no more than two small domestic animals in their unit. The term “small domestic animal” is defined as a dog, a cat, hamster, gerbil, and bird of a type that is normally kept in a home. Unit owners may not keep any other animals in their units without the prior written authorization of the Board.

No pets are allowed on the grass areas or flower beds. Pets may be walked within the community but must be leashed at all times and must remain on the pavement. Pet owners will be responsible for any damage done to the property for failure to follow the rule. You must clean up after your pet. This has become a problem on the desert landscape along Caliente and La Verne.

If any pet creates a nuisance to other residents by barking or any other activity, the Board may PERMANENTLY disallow the occupancy of the pet on the Association property.

Outreach committee wants help and suggestions

The HOA Board has a committee looking at ways to better welcome new owners and residents to the community and to reach out to them (and everyone!) with information to improve our living experience at Canyon South 1.
 
Phase 1 of our effort will develop a Frequently Asked Questions resource for the new owners’ welcome packet and the website. The second phase will be to reach out by phone or email to offer new owners a personal welcome and information about settling into the community. We all know our many rules can seem intimidating, and we’d like to eliminate the unpleasant experience of a new owner unknowingly violating a regulation.
 
We are collecting ideas for the information you’d like to see us include in our FAQs. Email suggestions to questions@canyonsouth1.com or use this web form. You can use the same email address or web form to volunteer to join or help the committee.