Our Homeowner’s Association
The McDowell Center
McDowell Mountain Ranch, like most newer communities in the Northeast Valley, has a Homeowner's Association that works to insure that the condition of the community is maintained, that funds are reserved for long term needs and that property values are kept as high as possible. The good news is that our association is both responsive and highly effective.
In addition to the master association that governs McDowell Mountain Ranch, there are also several communities that have their own secondary associations to oversee their specialized needs. These include Castle Chase, Cimarron Hills, Cimarron Ridge, 100 Hills, Sunrise Point, Cachet Homes and The Ridge. For the most part, these groups have regulations that are generally consistent with the master association, but they often carry further restrictions and conditions.
The following is a list of some of the areas that are governed by the Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R's) promulgated by the Association(s).
- Building Repair
- Clothes Drying Facilities
- Machinery and Equipment
- Maintenance of Lawns and Plantings
- Overhanging Trees and Shrubs
- Party Walls
- Plant Diseases and Insects
- Trash Containers and Collection
- Trucks, Trailers, Campers and Boats
Please note that this list is not intended to be comprehensive and changes can occur. If you are concerned that any issues might impact your ability to fully enjoy any property that you might be considering, you are encouraged to examine the CC&R's. They may be obtained by contacting the Association at the AAM offices at (480) 473-0877. Current residents can find a copy on the community website, www.mmrca.net.
Non-residents can look through the following resources for additional information: "Guidelines for Community Living" (an authorized 'extension of the CC&R's) and the "Community Facilities Tax" (as it relates to McDowell Mountain Ranch).