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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.


Board Seat Resignation

Longtime member Catherine Crep has announced her resignation from the Board of Directors effective at 09/10/2018. The Board accepted the resignation and thanked Catherine for her years of volunteering and service to the community.  Per the Bylaws, the vacated seat was made available via public posting and received one nomination from an interested member.  During the October meeting, a motion was made, seconded and carried to accept the nomination of Tyler Mitchell to fill the vacant Board seat until next year’s open elections.


HOLIDAY DECORATIONS

It’s that time of year again.  With Halloween and Christmas decorations being pulled from storage, please keep the following in mind when setting up your home’s display:

  1.  Holiday decorations must be removed from display in appropriate time following the holiday.  No more than 30 days prior and 14 days following.
  2. Decorations or any kind are NOT permitted in the common area lawns.  Please keep all decorations to inside your defined property area.
  3.  Unless the area is maintained by you, please do not install decorations of any kind, including light strings, in/on/under any plants of lawns that will hinder the community landscaping company from fulfilling their tasks.  This includes any and all bushes, trees, flowers, etc outside your homes.  If the crew paid for by HOA is responsible for its care, then please do NOT decorate.
  4. Neither the Board or Management are responsible for the security of your decorations.  Any damages or theft of decorations inside the community or injuries caused by the decorations will be the sole responsibility of the homeowner and/or tenant.

NEW PARKING RULES

THE BOARD HAS VOTED TO AMEND THE RULES AND REGULATIONS REGARDING PARKING IN THE COMMON AREA PARKING SPACES, LIMITING USE OF THESE SPACES TO VEHICLES DISPLAYING A COMMUNITY ISSUED PARKING PERMIT.  ALL HOMEOWNERS HAVE BEEN MAILED A COPY OF THE CHANGES AND FOLLOWING A 30 DAY REVIEW PERIOD, THE RULE, HAS BEEN ADOPTED AND IS ENFORCEABLE AS OF APRIL 1, 2018.

Please go to ReliantParking.com OR Download the RELIANT PARKING RESIDENT APP  to setup your account if you have not already done so.  You  will need an access code to setup an account which was sent out when Reliant first began.

If you have any questions regarding setting up your account or about your permits, please email Reliant Parking at service@reliantparking.com or call 888-977-6848.

Effective July 01, 2018, Parking Squad is the enforcement company patrolling the community.  If you have any questions regarding enforcement, please email service@parkingsquad.comor call 760-991-4311.

CLICK HERE FOR RELIANT PARKING LOGIN

CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION ON NEW PARKING RULES

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

 


Property management

Property management services are provided by Professional HOA Consultants.  Please contact their offices for all community related needs and concerns.

8181 Mission Gorge Road, Suite E
San Diego, CA 92120-1600

Office: 619-229-0044

Fax: 619-229-0047
Email: info@phoac.com 
Mon. – Thu. ~ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fri. ~ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Sat. – Sun. ~ Closed


POOL SEASON

Summer has left us for now.  However, this being San Diego, that doesn’t mean there won’t be a few beautiful days for us to enjoy before it returns in 2019.  While it is within the authority of the Board to close the pool area for a period of time during the colder seasons, it is not part of the plan.  We do have and will keep running, a solar pool heater.  This heater will not guarantee any temperature is maintained throughout the off season as it is only works if the sun is able to heat the water being pulled through the solar heated tubes.  Please be respectful of others and adhere to all posted pool rules regardless to the time of year and attendance levels.  Please keep food and beverages away from the pool and to the covered picnic tables only.  If the pool is well populated, please keep large float rafts out of the water.

Each home is limited to 4 guests at a time.  The picnic tables and pool are not available for parties unless approval is reached by the board in advance.  Any music volume should be kept only so loud as to be heard by your group where resting and not playing for all pool area.

Smoking and pets are not allowed inside the pool area.

Access to the pool by homeowner and/or tenant can be suspended if the Board deems necessary following repeat violations or if the safety of others and of property is at risk.

POOL HOURS ARE 8a-9p


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.


 


Board of Directors

The Board thanks those who submitted their ballots for this year’s election of 4 Board Members.  The new board will being in July.  We encourage all homeowners to participate in meetings and to lend a voice to any concerns or ideas considered for our community.  Click here for information on the Board, their meetings, and how you can be involved.  You can also submit any concerns online here.