Magnolia Homeowners Association
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.
During May, violators will be tagged only.
Starting June 1, violators will be subject to towing by Western Towing.
Your old parking placard is no longer valid.
The new parking placards have no termination date. Each unit will receive only ONE placard. If you did not pickup your placard, you may no longer park legally on the Magnolia owned streets between the hours of 7pm and 7am, every day, Monday through Sunday.
Parking rules will be enforced. If a vehicle does not have a parking placard displayed on the dash of the vehicle, the vehicle will be ticketed and then towed.
If you have missed the parking permit registration dates, you will have to register for your placard at the CBM Office by appointment only with Julie Howell.
Any questions or inquiries please contact:
Julie Howell at CBM, 619-697-3191 or by email email@example.com.
The board is asking for volunteers from our association to join
a parking enforcement sub-committee.
Remember, your vehicle is subject to immediate tow if left unattended in a
RED FIRE ZONE
IF YOUR VEHICLE HAS BEEN TOWED, EITHER FROM A SPACE OR A RED ZONE,
CALL WESTERN TOWING:
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.