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Recent Communications

Candidate Statements 2021 Board Recall

Short Term Rental – Tenant Information


Delegates Committee Charter


Request to Serve Delegate Committee

Queens Palms 2019

Queen Palm Removal Project Policy


Fairways Rules and Regs

Architectural Guidelines

Application for Approval of Plans


November 2021 Landscape Report

PGA WEST Fairways Homeowners Information Form

Homeowner Authorizations for Non-Homeowner Reps


Request to Serve Form

Postponement of Annual Meeting and Updated Board Meeting Information

September Manager’s Message, Community Update


Retention Records Policy May 2020

Election Rules Discretionary Provisions

STR Amendment FAQ


STR Overview

Candidate Form Recall

Citation Analysis 2020


Candidate Statement 2021

Amendment Certificate 2021

Recall Certificate 2021


Final Fairways Finance Commitee Charter

Committee Volunteer Form

Fairways Delegates Committee Charter


Final Architectural Committee Charter

Final Landscape Committee Charter

Going Green Form 2021

Fairways STVR Permit Response

Bighorn Sheep Barrier Notice and Maps

Rules and Regulations

Proposed Changes to PGA WEST Fairways Rules and Regulations – REDLINE

Apparent Architectural Violations or other Alleged Violations of our Governing Documents May Not Be Violations Due to Compliance with the Federal Fair Housing Act and/or the California Fair Employment and Housing Act.

Occasionally residents may see something that appears to be a violation of our governing documents and rules. Appearances can be deceiving! Sometimes what seem to be “violations” are, in fact, “accommodations” required by law to be given to disabled residents. This is necessary to give disabled residents an equal opportunity to use and enjoy the premises. Please recognize that some disabilities may not be apparent just by looking at the person who has a disability. Also, the type of architectural change made may seem as if it is unrelated to any form of disability, but that is because there are so many different types of disabilities that require many different types of accommodations. These accommodations should not be interpreted as meaning the Association is not serious about enforcing community standards and rules, only that the Association is mindful of its legal duty to comply with disability protection laws.

You probably already know from your dealings with doctors and pharmacies that they are required to be very protective of each patient’s medical information. Article I, Section 1 of the California Constitution also includes a personal right to privacy. Thus, even if you ask about an apparent architectural or other violation, we may not be able to tell you very much, if anything, about it. About all we can say is that we are aware of it, and the Association authorized it to make an accommodation required by law. We trust you will understand. If you have questions about this issue, please contact management.