NOTICE: The Association office will be closed on Monday, September 2, 2019 in honor of Labor Day.
The Red Mountain Ranch Elementary Fun Run was co-sponsored by the Red Mountain Ranch Owners Association and Ohana Community Management Services. The Community’s kids seemed to have enjoyed their new t-shirts.
The Association covenants, rules and the law say that you are required to “pick-up” after your pet. And let’s face it, not only is it law, but it’s also the sign of a considerate pet owner and neighbor! Please be aware that failure to “pick up” after your pet could result in a monetary fine.
Any resident wishing to file a complaint with the board may do so in writing. The complaint must include: the date and time of the incident, a description of the pet, a description of the homeowner, and the address of the owner to whom the pet belongs. Action can only be taken upon receipt of a written complaint detailing the above information.
In addition, pet owners are reminded that they should walk their pets AWAY from neighbors homes, playground areas, and high traffic areas. In addition, pets MUST be on a leash when on Red Mountain Ranch ‘s property. It’s not only an association rule, but it’s also a county law. Keeping pets and the community safe by pets being on a leash is everyone’s responsibility.
We love our pets, but we also love our community and want to keep it clean. We ask that all residents and their guests be responsible and considerate and help keep the community clean.
The Country Club general manager has asked us to remind all homeowners that the golf course is private property and pets are not allowed to be walked on it. The golf course has posted signs which have twice been vandalized. Lets all be good neighbors!
BEWARE OF CRITTERS
This time of the year brings an increase in critters. The Board of Directors and Ohana Management want to remind everyone whether you are walking for exercise, for your pets exercise, or using the parks, please be on the lookout for snakes, insects, and other desert animals. If you encounter any desert wildlife, please call animal control at: 602-506-7384 to have them removed.