Canyon Country Club Estados Homeowners, Renters and Guests!
RULES & REGULATIONS
These Rules & Regulations of the Canyon Country Club Estados Homeowners Association, amended and approved by the Board of Directors, govern the day-to-day activities of the community. More detailed information than what is provided here is available to homeowners only through the Homeowner Portal (provided by West Coast Community Management)
**A copy of these Rules & Regulations must be left in each unit for guests and renters.
Download the Rules & Regulations booklet in PDF format
The following Rules and Regulations apply at Canyon Country Club Estados to ensure the enjoyment of the community by all and to keep it at a consistent standard. As an Owner, Renter, or Guest, you are a part of a small community, and we must therefore have rules so that we may live together in comfort and be protected in our rights of quiet enjoyment. These rules minimize the expenses of maintaining this complex, reduce the liabilities we may incur, and ensure a neat and orderly appearance so as to enhance the resale value of the property. We also must, by law, enforce the Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R's). Please respect these rules as an underlying framework for better group living.
All types of recyclable materials can be mixed together in theBLUE carts, with the exception of organic food waste that requires being place in plastic bags into GREENcarts. Large cardboard boxes must be collapsed and cut or folded to fit in the BLUE carts. If you leave them outside the carts, they may not be picked up. Alternatively, you can bundle them and bring them to the Palm Springs Disposal office at 4690 E. Mesquite Ave. (near Gene Autry Trail) during business hours.
Do not leave large items, such as furniture and appliances, outside the dumpsters or garbage enclosures; they will not be picked up, except by special arrangement with Palm Springs Disposal. See their website for information on disposal of hazardous waste, furniture, appliances, electronics, and other special services.
The franchised trash disposal service for the City of Palm Springs is Palm Springs Disposal (760-327-1351). Trash pickups are on Tuesday and Friday mornings, recycling on Wednesday only. Service on Tuesday is suspended after the "season" until the beginning of next year's season.
All washers & dryers can be accessed and paid for through a mobile phone app called CleanPay. If you don't want to use the mobile phone app, laundry cards can be purchased using a credit card from a Kiosk in the Clubhouse Game Room. Please see instructions for laundry machines posted in each laundry room or to report problems.
Swimming Pools & Spas
The clubhouse may be reserved by residents for use with 25 or less people without a requirement of a deposit. Please use the Clubhouse Rental Request Form to request a reservation.
Tennis & Pickleball Courts
Fitness Room & Saunas
No Smoking (including e-cigarettes or cannabis) is permitted in the Pool or Spa areas, Clubhouse or Billiard room, Fitness Room, or Laundry rooms.
Rooftop Service & Maintenance
Satellite Dish Policy
Prior to any installation, the owner must notify West Coast Community Management and gain permission to have a satellite dish installed per HOA policy.
While a dish may be installed with permission from West Coast Community Management, an Architectural Variance Request and Satellite Dish Policy/Agreement must be submitted for approval by the Board at its next monthly meeting. As of July 2022, these forms can be submitted via the West Coast Community Management Homeowner Portal or AppFolio mobile phone app. A deposit of $350 is required to be paid with the request, refundable if all conditions of installation are met:
Rules Applicable to Owners Only
Rules Applicable to Owners and Long-Term Renters Only
Homeowners must be familiar with all Rules and Regulations, the Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R's), and the Bylaws. Homeowners are responsible for ensuring that they, their tenants, and guests are fully aware of these rules and regulations and must provide all tenants and guests with copies thereof.
Homeowners are financially responsible for the violation of these rules by their tenants and guests. All fines will be assessed against the homeowner. If any damage is done to the common area, furniture, clubhouse, or other appurtenances, by any homeowner, tenant, or guest, the homeowner shall be financially responsible for such damage.
The Board of Directors has full authority to levy any of the warnings and/or fines after a legally scheduled hearing.
Any penalties may be appealed to the Board of Directors at their next regular meeting following the date of the violation. If not appealed, fines are to be paid with the next monthly homeowner dues payment.
Schedule Of Fines (General)
FIRST OFFENSE: Warning letter sent by certified mail, with specified time for correction. If not corrected within time limitation, violation is considered as a second offense.
SECOND OFFENSE: After 30 days, the homeowner will be fined and billed up to $250 for the violation. And if any costs or expenses are incurred by the Association in regard to processing and/or collecting fines resulting from violations of the Association's Rules & Regulations or Governing Documents, such amounts will be assessed against the homeowner.
THIRD OFFENSE: After 60 days, the homeowner will be fined and billed an additional fine up to $500. And if any costs or expenses are incurred by the Association in regard to processing and/or collecting fines resulting from violations of the Association's Rules & Regulations or Governing Documents, such amounts will be assessed against the homeowner.
FOURTH OFFENSE: A fine of up to $500 will be applied for each week the violation is not corrected, in addition to the above fines.
The above enforcement fines apply to any future-adopted Rules & Regulations as well as any CC&R infractions.
Schedule of Fines for Violation of Short-Term Rental Rules and/or Subleasing
FIRST OFFENSE: Certified Letter
SECOND OFFENSE: $1,000
THIRD OFFENSE: $5,000
FOURTH OFFENSE: Legal Action