Community Rules & Regulations

River Grove Condominiums has an established set of rules and regulations in place through its CC&Rs.

CC&R stands for “Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions” and are part the governing documents for the operation of the HOA. These are the rules that homeowners, tenants and guests are obligated to follow. Homeowners should get a copy of this document during the purchase of their unit but if you need a copy and don't have access to the Owner Portal with Paul Ash Management Company (see below) here are of the important highlights.

13.1 Each unit is to be used as a single family dwelling. No business operation may be conducted from a unit.

13.2 The common elements are for the use of the homeowner, or his tenants and their guests. The maintenance and operation of the common elements shall not be obstructed by or damaged by any owner.

13.3 No nuisance shall be allowed upon the property, nor any use or practice which is the source of annoyance to residents or which interferes with the peaceful possession and proper use of the property.

13.4 Motor vehicles creating loud or annoying noises by it use, storage and unlicensed vehicles or trailers that are unsightly or detracts from the property shall be prohibited from within the property. (There is room for 2 vehicles per unit). Motor homes and camping trailers are prohibited except for overnight loading and unloading. (Be sure to notify the Property Manager in advance of the days you will have such vehicles on property).

13.5 NO tents, shacks, barns or trailers shall be permitted on the property.

13.6 No signs of any nature whatsoever, other than a dignified name and/or address sign shall be displayed or placed on any unit, in any window or on any part of the common elements. (Exception: for one real estate sign to be placed in the window)

13.7 Only lighting installed by developer shall be placed or utilized upon any part of the structure.

13.8 No waterbeds are allowed except on ground level units.

13.9 No window air conditioners may be installed in any buildings.

13.10 All window coverings must have an opaque white color unless prior written consent of the Board of Directors.

13.11 Patios may not be enclosed or screened, including balconies, without prior written consent of the Board of Directors. Any changes to exterior must have architectural consent from the Board of Directors.

13.12 No clotheslines are allowed. (Nor can things be draped from the patio fence/wall or the balcony edge).

13.13 Each owner shall maintain and keep his unit at all times in a safe, sound and sanitary condition and shall repair and correct any condition as it arises. Each owner shall not place or permit any personal property, garbage, debris or refuse to be placed or to accumulate on the sidewalks or in common areas next to the unit.

13.14 Pertains to Association's rights to follow through should a homeowner fail to maintain his property.

13.15 Nothing shall be done or kept on property that would cause an increase or cancellation of the common area insurance.

13.16 Reasonable rules and regulations of general application may be adopted by the Board from time to time for the benefit of the community.

13.17 NOTHING IS ALLOWED ON BALCONY EDGES/RAILINGS, FENCE RAILINGS OR PATIO WALLS due to liability issues and water damage to surfaces. All plants on balcony floors must have protective containers under them so water does not make contact with floor surface.

13.18 TREES - The planting of trees is prohibited within the confines of lower floor patios for all of River Grove Condominiums. Allowable plants include small shrubs limited by pruning to a maximum height of four feet. In addition, climbing plants are to be limited to an installed trellis and are not to be grown on fences or buildings. Existing trees within patio enclosures may remain in place; however, they will be removed if they are causing damage to fence structures or buildings and they will be removed when a new wall is constructed for the unit. Removal of owner planted trees will be done at the expense of the unit owner. The Board of Directors will order removal of any new tree plants within patio enclosures and will remove said trees at the unit owner's expense if not removed within a given time by the unit owner.

13.19 BARBEQUE GRILLS are not allowed to be used on patios or balconies due to fire hazard.

13.20 SPEED LIMIT - Posted at the entrance to the property, the speed limit is 5 miles per hour.

13.21 Any wall which separates one unit from another unit shall not be used for the purpose of attaching anything which produces noise or sound.

13.22 DOGS MUST BE ON A LEASH WHEN OUT OF THE UNIT AND ALL FECES MUST BE PICKED UP AND DISPOSED OF IMMEDIATELY, as required by law. ($25.00 fine for noncompliance).

13.23 REFUSE-All refuse must be place inside one of the dumpsters located in driveway areas. No trash is allowed to be placed outside the dumpsters under any circumstances. Large furniture, mattresses, etc., must be removed from the community and taken to a local landfill.

13.24 PENALTIES - If any of the above rules are violated, the owner will have the privilege of due process as the Arizona Statutes require. Monetary penalties of up to $500.00 could be levied against the owner for violations, depending on the severity of the violation. Written complaints may be directed to the President of the Association or the management agency.

Architectural Control - XIV - Any changes that a homeowner wants to make to the exterior of the building or in the topography must be submitted in writing to the Board of Directors for approval. The Board has 60 days to reply. Approval or denial must be sent in writing to the homeowner.

As in all homeowners associations, Rules and Regulations are established to promote the good and welfare of all homeowners, to help maintain the homeowners investment by guarding property values and harmonious living.

Pool Rules

  1. All persons using the pool or pool area do so at their own risk and sole responsibility. The Association and management does not assume responsibility for any accidents or injury in connection with such use. The members covenant and agree with the Association and management for and in consideration of the use of the pool as an added facility and other good and valuable consideration to make no claim against the Association and management for or on account of any loss or damage to life, limb or property sustained, and further to indemnify and save harmless both the Association and management from any claim arising out of injuries sustained by any guest of owners while using the pool.
  2. All persons use this facility at his or her own risk, and in conformance with all rules and regulations. Any person may be barred from the pool or pool area at the discretion of the Board of Directors for violation of rules and regulations or for any other reason which in his judgment constitutes a hazard to the person barred or to others or to the Association.
  3. Guests are welcome when accompanied by an adult resident. Please limit the number of your guests. Weekends and holidays are particularly popular pool usage times and residents have first priority. Your guest may be asked to leave the pool if the pool is overcrowded, by the authority of the Board of Directors committee. Guest allowance will be four (4) per unit family.
  4. Children under fourteen (14) years of age will not be allowed in the pool area without a responsible adult accompanying them. An adult is someone who is 18 or older.
  5. Only persons wearing proper swimming attire will be permitted in the pool area. Only swim suits or trunks are considered proper swimming attire (no cut-offs). Tee shirts may be allowed. Parents in street clothes will be allowed in the pool area to supervise their children while swimming. No black-soled shoes will be allowed anywhere in the pool area. Everyone with hair longer than three inches is requested to wear a bathing cap when swimming.
  6. Admission to the pool will be refused to all persons having a contagious disease or infection, skin, eye or ear condition which has the appearance of being infectious. Persons with excessive sunburn abrasions which have not healed, corn plasters, adhesive tape, rubber bandages, or any other bandages of any kind will not be admitted.
  7. Showers must be taken before entering the pool after suntan lotion or oil has been applied. (Please note that the north pool shower is not operational.)
  8. Expectoration, spouting of water, roughness and rowdyism will not be permitted. Do not push, dunk, or throw anyone in the water. No ball games, tag games, chicken fights, or running will be permitted in the pool area at any time. Organized games will be permitted.
  9. Personal conduct in the pool and shower area must be such that the safety of self and others is not jeopardized.
  10. No gum or breakable material such as bottles, glass or china will be permitted in the pool enclosure. No alcoholic beverages will be allowed in the pool enclosure. Any cans or trash must be placed in the trash can before you leave the pool area.
  11. Absolutely no animals of any kind are allowed in the showers or pool or surrounding pool area at any time. This is a Pima County Health Code requirement.
  12. The cost of any property damage will be charged to the responsible party.
  13. The Association will not be responsible for loss or damage to any personal property of any kind.
  14. The pool may be closed at any time due to either breakdown or other operational difficulties and at the discretion of the Board of Directors or management firm.
  15. These rules may be revised or additional rules established at any time.
  16. Failure to comply with the above will result in action by the Board of Directors as stipulated in the Rules Enforcement Policy.

It is not our intention to deprive anyone of the use of the pool, but we are required to operate the pool in accordance with all City, County Health, and State Ordinances and Statutes.

Property Management Company

Paul Ash Management Co., LLC
3499 N Campbell Ave #907
Tucson, AZ 85719

Business Hours
Mon—Fri
8:00 AM—5:00 PM

Raylyn Winckler
Community Association Manager
rwinckler@paulashmgt.com
520-795-2100

After hours emergency
520-512-5340

Owner Portal

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