This page contains links to view and download official and informational documents by which Montage at Mission Hills conducts its business operations, financial and legal matters. Click on the links below to view these documents. For community documents older than those shown on this page, please email a written request to Montage at Mission Hills Community Manager at Personalized Property Management, under the “Contact Us” menu in the navigation bar. They can provide you with Budgets, Reserve Studies, and other public documents from previous years that you may be interested in seeing. Please allow up to 10 business days to receive the requested documents. Charges for search, retrieval and copying documents may apply.
Bylaws establish qualifications and procedures for the election of the Board of Directors, their term of office, their powers and duties, etc. Bylaws also contain procedures for annual and special meetings of the membership. Certain elements of the Bylaws may be amended by the Board, other elements require membership approval. Corp. Code §7150
The Montage at Mission Hills Bylaws are available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Board General Policies
Board Policies set out and guide the actions of the Board of Directors, clarify the components and implementation of its legal fiduciary responsibilities, as well as its guiding the completion of more routine work.
The Montage at Mission Hills general policies are available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
The Montage Board of Directors Code of Ethics is available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs)
The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, and Reservation of Easements, otherwise known as the “Declaration” or the “CC&Rs,” describes the rights and obligations of the membership to the Association, and the Association to the membership. This includes maintenance responsibilities and restrictions on the use of the property. To be effective, CC&Rs must be recorded. Civil Code §1355(a)
The Montage at Mission Hills Declaration of Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) is available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
The Social / Fitness Agreement with Mission Hills Country Club, (an exhibit to the CC&Rs) which describes those MHCC social, dining, sports, and fitness benefits granted to Montage homeowners available for viewing and download by Clicking Here.
Community Rules and Regulations
The Montage at Mission Hills Rules and Regulations serve as the framework for behavior and the responsibilities of ownership in Montage as adopted by the Board and approved by Homeowners.
The Montage at Mission Hills Rules and Regulations are available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
The Montage at Mission Hills Election Rules are a part of the Association’s Bylaws and were modified as a result of the passage of SB 323 by the State Legislature in October 2019. The governor signed the bill into law effective January 1, 2020. The Board posted and then circulated the draft Rules to each member household for review and comment in December 2019. The Rules were adopted by the Board at our January 10, 2020 Board meeting.
You may download a copy of the new Election Rules by Clicking Here.
The Montage at Mission Hills Assessment Collection Policy and Standards for Payment Plans are available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Document
The most recent Montage at Mission Hills Alternative Dispute Resolution process is available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Internal Dispute Resolution Procedure — Civil Code
The most recent Montage at Mission Hills Internal Dispute Resolution Procedure is available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Insurance Summary Disclosure
30 to 90 days before the start of the fiscal year the HOA will provide summaries of the Association’s property, general liability, and fidelity insurance policies, which state the insurer’s name, type of insurance, policy limits, and deductibles. The Association must also notify members if policies are canceled and not immediately replaced. Civil Code 1365(f).
The most recent Montage at Mission Hills Insurance Summary Disclosure is available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Workers Compensation Insurance Summary Disclosure
The Montage at Mission Hills Board of Directors has decided to maintain Workers Compensation Insurance even though the Montage at Mission Hills Homeowners Association has no employees. The decision to carry the insurance is based on the recommendation of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) and advice of our lawyers. If one of the contractors we hire allows their Workers Compensation Insurance to lapse and one of their employees is injured, they legally may attempt to come to the Association as the employer.
The Montage at Mission Hills most recent Workers Compensation Insurance Summary is available for viewing and downloading by Clicking Here.
Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act
While not an Association document, the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act, or the Davis-Stirling Act, is the primary set of State laws that govern a Common Interest Development (CID) and Homeowners Association (HOA) in California. The Act has been amended many times since 1985. On January 1, 2014, the Act was completely renumbered and reorganized, and codified in California Civil Code and will continue to be amended to address the changing legal landscape affecting Associations. The Act provides the legal framework by which the Montage at Mission Hills Homeowners Association must operate. The Act provides latitude for Associations to adopt rules, regulations, policies, and procedures to guide the management and operation of the Association as long as those instruments do not conflict with or abrogate the provisions of the Act.
A copy of the most recent version of the Davis-Stirling Act is available for download by Clicking Here.
For historic purposes, the original 2001 Montage at Mission Hills CC&Rs, Bylaws, and 2008 Rules and Regulations can be found by clicking on the links below. These documents were superseded by new governing documents approved by the membership in October 2017 and Certified at the HOA General Meeting in March 2018. These documents are provided for historical context only.
Should you have any questions please contact a Board Member for further information. A list of the current Board Members and their email addresses is available on the website by Clicking Here.