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Association Committees

Canyon Creek has a number of committees that assist the Association conduct its business:

See the Chairpersons page in the Contacts section for contact information.

Architectural Review

The Architectural Review Committee (ARC), which is made up of homeowners, is charged with preserving the architectural integrity of the community. Its goal is to maintain and enhance the appearance and value of the properties within the community. The committee reviews and approves or otherwise acts on behalf of the Board on all architectural requests submitted to it for approval by Homeowners. The committee applies the CC&Rs and the Board-approved guidelines and procedures when acting on the request. The committee recommends to the Board any additions and/or revisions to the guidelines. Click here for Architectural Review Committee contact information. See the Architectural Approval page in the Documents section for architectural procedures, guidelines and forms.

Community Facilities

This committee may meet with a representative of the property management company for periodic walks through the community to review the maintenance of community facilities such as the pool, spa, restrooms, barbeques, tennis courts, playground, walkways, streets, lighting, fencing/gates and other assets. The committee periodically monitors the performance of various contractors maintaining the facilities and brings noted deficiencies to the attention of the property manager.


This committee also makes recommendations to the Board about requirements for routine facility maintenance as well as desired facility improvements. The committee may do research to identify contractors and suppliers of products and materials, develop specifications, obtain cost estimates from contractors, and provide other related activities. For approved projects and upon Board approval, the committee may also provide project management assistance working with contractors to ensure projects are completed to specifications, approved contract cost and schedule. The Committee also recommends the timing and schedule for major maintenance, refurbishment or replacement of community assets. Click here for Community Facilities Committee contact information.

Entrance

This committee oversees the maintenance, decorating and upgrading of the community entrances and the guardhouse at the Sonrisa West main entrance. Click here for Entrance Committee contact information.

External Affairs

This committee (or similarly titled committee) is formed from time-to-time as needed and considers the impact of external matters affecting the community, communicates relevant information with the neighborhood and advises the Board of Directors. Subject to approval by the Board of Directors, and consistent with the Association’s governing documents, the committee provides appropriate responses to external matters and interfaces with the city, school district, municipal agencies, other Homeowners associations, and governmental agencies on matters affecting the environment and community as a whole. Click here for External Affairs Committee contact information.

Landscape

Members of this committee become familiar with the responsibilities of the Association’s landscape contractor. Members of this committee meet monthly with a representative of the property management company and landscape contractor for a walk through of the community to assess the condition and maintenance of the community’s landscaping. The committee monitors the performance of landscape contractors and brings noted deficiencies to the attention of the property manager.

This committee also makes recommendations to the Board about requirements for routine landscape maintenance as well as desired landscape improvements. The committee may do research to identify contractors and suppliers of products and materials, develop specifications, obtain cost estimates from contractors, and other related activities. For approved projects, the committee may also provide project management assistance working with contractors to ensure landscape projects are completed to specifications, contract cost and schedule. Click here for Landscape Committee contact information.

Pool Safety/Security

This committee is involved in receiving input from homeowners, working with local authorities and making proposals to the Board to improve safety and security at the Canyon Creek pool/spa. Click here for Pool Safety/Security Committee contact information.

Social

This committee initiates, plans and coordinates social activities to encourage getting to know your neighbors. This committee may secure and designate a chairman for each particular event who may direct, coordinate and acquire a group of volunteers to carry out the arrangements. This committee develops an annual calendar and budget for Board approval and submits expenses for costs associated with approved events.

The Association sponsors several annual social events including a Spring Egg Hunt for the children, a summer pool party and BBQ, and a Halloween party. Flyers will be distributed to homes and via E-mail if you are signed up for our E-mail list. Social event information is also posted on the “Events” section of the Canyon Creek Web site. Click here for Social Committee contact information.

Traffic Safety

This committee is involved in receiving input from homeowners, working with traffic safety professionals and making proposals to the Board to improve vehicle and pedestrian safety on Canyon Creek streets. Click here for Traffic Safety Committee contact information.

Website

This committee develops, updates and maintains the Canyon Creek Homeowners Association web site. Click here for Website Committee contact information.

Welcoming

The committee’s primary function is to personally greet new Homeowners into Canyon Creek welcoming them into the community, and helping familiarize them with the neighborhood and important rules and regulations. This initiates the establishment of neighborhood bonds including explaining some of the social events normally held and giving them an Association Welcoming Package. Click here for Welcoming Committee contact information.

 

If you are interested in serving on one of these committees, contact the Managing Agent at Total Property Management.