December 28, 2015


Dear Canyon Villas Owner/Resident:

The Board of Directors would like to remind all residents that secondhand smoke can pose health risks and is considered a nuisance under Section 2.7 of the CC&Rs. If you are a smoker, please be courteous and considerate of your neighbors. For example, if you smoke inside your unit, please use an air filtration or purification system to help avoid second-hand smoke from traveling to neighboring units. Please avoid smoking on patios and balconies, and only smoke in areas that are away from the condominium buildings. The foregoing applies to all tobacco products and marijuana products.

If you have a second-hand smoke complaint, please attempt to work out the issue with your neighbor before involving the Association. Most residents are appreciative of being informed of a nuisance complaint from the impacted person rather than learning about the problem from the Association.

If you are an off-site owner, please re-iterate this communication with your tenants.

Thank you for your consideration to this matter.

On behalf of the Board of Directors
Canyon Villas Association

Did you know that you may be able to rent an assigned parking space for your unit? Not all units come with an assigned parking space and there are some owners who do have an assigned space but do not need them. These owners offer their extra assigned parking space as a rental to those who are in need of additional parking space. Please contact Management to obtain additional information regarding the program and to be put in touch with the appropriate homeowners.

Please note that going forward, the below listed parking rules will be strictly enforced and adhered to. Vehicles found in violation of the parking rules will be cited by the patrol company and may be subject to towing at the vehicle owner’s expense.

  • Vehicles are subject to immediate towing if parked illegally, in a manner that interferes with an entrance to, or exit from the community, or parked in a No Parking/Fire Lane zone.
  • Vehicles longer than 19 feet may not be parked on the premises at any time. Oversized vehicles which extend beyond a marked parking space are deemed illegally parked and may be cited and/or towed.
  • No automotive repair work shall be conducted in the parking stalls or restricted common area.
  • No trailer, camper shell, boat, or similar equipment shall be parked or stored in any parking stall or garage.
  • All vehicles must be parked within the white lines of parking spaces and without damage to the common area landscaping.
  • All garages must be able to accommodate parked vehicles at the maximum capacity for which the garage was built. Storage items may be kept within garages providing that there is still enough space in the garage to park vehicles to maximum capacity.
  • Residents must instruct their guests to park only in designated “guest parking” areas. Guest vehicles parked in a reserved parking space are deemed illegally parked and may be cited or towed by the homeowner to which the parking space is deeded, or by the patrol company.
  • Owners and other residents of the community are prohibited from parking in any area designated as “guest parking” by the Association, except for temporary purposes not to exceed thirty (30) minutes in any twenty-four (24) hour period. To monitor this activity, no vehicle may be parked in any guest parking space for more than seven (7) days in a calendar month. Any vehicle found in a guest parking space for more than seven (7) days in a calendar month is subject to immediate tow at the owner’s expense pursuant to California Vehicle Code 22658. Each vehicle will be logged when parked in a guest parking space. On the seventh day a vehicle is logged, it will be cited and on the eighth day it will be towed.