Sunland Village East Garden Condos 1 & 2
Located in Mesa, AZ
Sunland Village is a 55+ community with facilities and activities designed for active seniors. A large, prestigious community located in the beautiful East Valley area of Mesa, Arizona. The view of the Superstition Mountains at sunrise is only the beginning of the many qualities that the area enjoys. With the five Salt River lakes approximately 20 miles to the east, the area is boundless with recreational opportunities including Boyce Thompson Arboretum State Park, Canyon and Saguaro Lakes.
- Senior Community
- Outdoor Activities
- Community Pool
- Tennis Courts
Jan. 13, 2023
Sunland Village East Garden Condos 1&2
Good afternoon, The next Board of Directors meeting for Garden Condos 1 & 2 will be held on January 17, 2023 at 3:00 PM at the Saguaro Room. Please see the attached Owner Packet for the meeting. Thank you Heywood Community Management
Dec. 5, 2022
Sunland Village East Condos 1&2 - Rules
The Board would like to remind owners of the rules and ask that you make any corrections, as we expect all residents to adhere to the same CC&Rs for our wonderful community. Holiday decorations have some exceptions as noted below. Please reach out to our office with any questions you have about these guidelines. 4. STATUES, ORNAMENTS, WIND CHIMES OR OTHER HANGING ITEMS: These items must be confined to the BACK PATIO area only. Wind chimes are not recommended due to the disturbance to neighbors. Decorative articles, which include, but not limited to, statues of any size or shape, water fountains, lawn ornaments, driftwood, rocks, boulders, etc., are prohibited from being placed, displayed, or hung in or on the front or sides of the condos’ common areas. Decorative plaques or wreaths, not exceeding 36” in any dimension, and not protruding more than 8” from the wall may be kept within: the covered entryway but not hung from the porch light, second plaque or wreath may be hung on the pillar, third plaque may be mounted beside the door. Decorative means non-political, non-religious and basically not offensive. Nothing may be hung from any tree in the front common area. Nothing may be hung from the soffit, facia or roof. 7.POTS & PLANTERS OR OTHER ITEMS ON THE FRONT WALL OR IN PATIO: •Only pots are permitted on the front patio wall and will be limited to up to three (3) in number, be of reasonable size. The width and the height of the plant on the wall are not to exceed twenty-four (24) inches. •A stone slate may be placed on the patio wall and leaned against the pillar under the globe. •Nursery type flower containers are prohibited (plastic pots that are meant to be transplanted). •No tree, whether a dwarf variety or otherwise, or vegetable plant, is to be grown in the ground, a pot or planter placed on the front patio floor or adjacent wall. •Bicycles are not to be stored on front patios. •No item on the front patio is to exceed 5 feet in height. •A maximum of 4 plants or decorative items to be kept on the patio. Additional decorative items or plants to be confined to your back patio. •No flowerpot or planter is to be placed on the common lawn area for any purpose. •The placement of window boxes on any exterior condo window is prohibited. •Items should be removed from the front wall when the condo is vacant. •Decorative plaques, animal statues, hanging ornaments etc. are to be confined to the back patio area. Exceptions for plaques in the patio area are defined in #4. •Garden hoses may be neatly coiled on the ground or in a hose pot (must have drain holes)next to the faucet or kept in products designed for storing garden hoses that are enclosed.Wall mount hose hangers are not permitted 5. FEEDERS: • One liquid type of hummingbird feeder is allowed either on the back patio or in the common area tree closest to the rear of your unit. Only one hummingbird feeder per tree. It must not overlap the service walkway. • No other type of animal or bird feeders, statues, or ornaments, are permitted in the common area. • Hand feeding or spreading food/seed is prohibited in all areas. 6. HOLIDAY DECORATIONS: • Holiday decorations or emblems used should be in keeping with the spirit of the holiday being observed and removed within 14 days after Christmas or 3 days after other holidays. In the back, holiday decorations are confined to be within your property boundaries. Decorations are not to encroach upon or obstruct the rear sidewalks. • During the Christmas season. One (1) front exterior wreath and one (1) front interior window wreath may be displayed simultaneously. In addition, it is permissible to place a small wreath or garland around the base of the globe light on the front patio wall. •No regular size light bulbs or party light bulbs, whether clear, white, or colored, or spotlights, regardless of size, are permitted for use along the sides of condo units. •Residents may place lights, of the type permitted, (strings of small bulbs typically used onChristmas trees) on top of the front patio wall or hanging from the facia board, NOT the shingles. They may also be placed in the common area in front of the patio, but on top of the granite (no stakes). Lights and ornaments may be on the trees. •The use of single strands of tinsel anywhere outdoors is prohibited. •Christmas decorations of any kind are not to be displayed prior to Thanksgiving Day and must be removed no later than 14 days after the holiday. All supporting wires, hooks, extension cords,etc. must also be removed by that date. •Decorations for other holidays are permitted provided they are in good taste and in keeping with the holiday and must be removed within three (3) days following the holiday. •The display of any foreign, holiday, festive or religious flag, or any type of banner or decorative windsock on the front or sides of units is prohibited.
Oct. 12, 2022
Sunland Village East Garden Condos 1&2 - Board Nomination
Dear Sunland Village East Garden Condos 1&2 Homeowner: Recently, two members of the Board resigned and have left vacancies. The remaining Board is looking for owners who are interested in serving on the Board of Director’s. If you are interested in serving on the Board, please fill out the attached nomination form and return it to our office. To be considered to serve, you must be current with your HOA dues and must not have any outstanding violations. Please return the form to our office by October 31st at 5:00 PM. Thank you for your willingness to participate and be an active member of the association. Sincerely, Steve CheffCommunity Manager
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Frequently Asked Questions
Are board meetings open to all residents? If so, where and when are they held?
We encourage all Owners that want to volunteer and voice their input to attend the homeowner forum section of the meeting. Please refer to the events section of this website for meeting dates and times.
Can I change the exterior of my property?
All new construction and all exterior changes to existing or new structures, including landscaping, must be submitted to and approved by the Architectural Committee prior to the commencement of work.
Is overnight parking allowed on the street?
No, overnight parking is not allowed on the streets.
I want to make improvements to the exterior of my property. What do I need to do to submit for approval?
Pursuant to your community CC&R's, any change on the exterior of your property is subject to prior written approval. Navigate to the Documents portion of this website to obtain information and the necessary form to submit for approval to the Association.
Management Company Contacts (S&CC)
Company: Heywood Community Management
Address: 42 S. Hamilton Place; Suite 101 Gilbert, AZ 85233
Contact Number: 480-820-1519
Manager: Steve Cheff
Admin Assistant: Carlee Collins
What can I do about a noise disturbance in Mesa?
If you need to file a noise complaint, please contact City of Mesa Police Department. A noise disturbance is a Priority Three call for Mesa Police Department so there may be a delay in the response if officers are responding to higher priority calls. Mesa Police Non-Emergency phone number is 480-644-2211.
What does the Association do?
The vast majority of residential developments built these days are managed by their own individual Association. This is done to provide decision making of all aspects at the most local level possible by a group of individually elected owners within your Association. In addition, this helps to eliminate the burden of maintenance that would otherwise be placed on the local municipality. Most owners agree that the HOA will maintain the common areas better and more often than the local municipality. Therefore, it is more advantageous to be governed by an Association than oversight directly by the local city or town.
What happens if I don't pay my assessment?
The association depends on the ownership to make payments in a timely manner to operate effectively. Non-payment of association assessments will result in collection actions and the association may rely on legal counsel to facilitate those collection efforts.
What if I don’t correct the compliance issue I received notice about?
For those who don’t comply with the established maintenance standards the Association can, after notice is given, impose monetary fines and, in some cases, perform the work to bring the property into compliance, and bill the expense back to the offending owner. This helps to preserve values and maintain a uniform and consistent appearance and aesthetic value for all owners.
What is the Board of Directors?
Because your association is a legal entity, it functions similar to a regular business organization. The Board of Directors is a group of elected volunteers who serve without compensation which provide oversight and management functions to the successful operation of the association’s business affairs -- which are in accordance with the standards set by your association’s governing documents.
What is the community pet policy?
There are no pets allowed in Sunland Village E Gardens 1 & 2
What options do I have in making my payments to the HOA?
You have three options for making payments to the association. You may pay online by credit card or ACH transaction through the Association's bank's website. Click the “Make a Payment” button to make an online payment. Another option is to setup a recurring bill pay with your personal bank. You may also pay with a physical check. Please refer to your coupon or statement to determine the correct address for mailing physical checks to.