Guidelines - RDTA

Whether you are a longtime resident or new to condominium living,
the following will provide you with handy reference to the
various forms of regulations that govern our planned community.

Rancho Dominguez Townhomes is a private community and each of the 206 homeowners is a member of the Rancho Dominguez Townhomes Association (RDTA). We each are involved in not only private ownership of our own units but in an equally shared ownership of common grounds, greenbelts, pool area, tennis courts and private streets. In a community of approximately 500 citizens, it becomes necessary to establish organized guidelines for the use and maintenance of our complex in a manner that will be a pleasure and benefit to each of us - both in providing a pleasant home atmosphere and to maintain property values.

The RDTA Homeowner Handbook includes the official Rules and Regulations created by the Board. These are revised periodically, as needed.

Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs) were established at the time of formation of our complex to establish legal definitions and responsibilities.

By-Laws were established at the time of formation of our complex to establish how the association is to be governed.

Articles of Incorporation established the legal entity and include the purposes and powers.

The Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act protects condominium owners' rights.

Responsibility Matrix - Wondering if a maintenance or repair matter is your responsibility or RDTA's? Check out the Responsibility Matrix prepared by the attorney based on RDTA CC&Rs and other governing documents.

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