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The purpose of this website is to maintain clear and open communication with the homeowners of the Magnolia Homeowner’s Association.  Please bookmark this page for easy reference in the future.


PARKING

PARKING ENFORCEMENT  HAS BEEN DELAYED UNTIL NOV 1, 2020.

PLEASE READ THE PARKING RULES

We have been unable to contract a patrol service to do the job at a fair price.
During Nov 2020, vehicles parked in violation of the parking rules will be photographed and
submitted to the board for parking violation review, with a warning notification.

Violation Incident Report Form

The board is asking for volunteers from our association to act as monitors to report violators.

If you have not picked up a registered placard, please contact the maghoadirector@gmail.com

Starting Dec 1, 2020, parking violations will be enforced by a penalty assessed by the HOA board.

Your vehicle is still subject to tow if parked in a RED FIRE ZONE.

IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS BEEN TOWED, EITHER FROM A SPACE OR A RED ZONE, CALL WESTERN TOWING:
618-297-8697


Property Management


THANK YOU
MAGNOLIA BOARD OF DIRECTORS

PAINTING YOUR HOME?

There are now 21 approved color schemes from which to choose when deciding to repaint your home.  Please remember that an Architectural Change Request Form must be filled out and submitted to management for review and approval before any exterior changes can be made to your home.  You can view the new colors at the pool or by following this link to the architectural review page.


DID YOU KNOW…

Waste Management will pick up your bulk items like old TVs, some furniture items, toilets, and many more FOR FREE!!  There is no need to just abandon such items among our community.  Simply request a bulk item pickup by calling Waste Management at 619-596-5100.  They will allow each homeowner 2 free scheduled pickups per calendar year with up to 6 bulk items per pick-up.

In other words: Please be respectful of the other owners and residents and have all unwanted items properly disposed of instead of dumping them around the community.