On behalf of the Homeowners Association, welcome to the Foothills Clusters Neighborhood! We hope that our Hospitality Committee has had the opportunity to personally greet you and provide you with useful information about living in the Foothills Clusters. (If you have not been visited by the committee within a week of moving in, please send an email to Contact@FoothillsClusters.com and we will call to arrange a visit.)
In the meantime, we would like you to be aware of two important areas of interest: living in the desert, and our Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&R’s).
Living in the Desert
If this is your first experience living in the desert you will find our abundance of wildlife and native vegetation fascinating and often bewildering. The Hospitality Committee will provide you with useful information to help you appreciate and live in the desert’s unique environment. (Content will be added to this website as it is developed.)
Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
In order to help everyone enjoy the unique style of living in the Foothills Clusters, the HOA has adopted a set of rules known as the CC&R’s. All residents must abide by these rules. In all the confusion of buying and moving into a new home, reading and understanding the CC&R’s is sometimes pushed aside.
Common prohibited items include, but are not limited to:
- Barking dogs
- Unleashed pets
- Animal waste
- Loud music or noise
- Temporary garage structures
- RV parking
- Trash and Debris
- Abandoned or wrecked vehicles
Exterior Improvements to homes are welcome but require:
- Filing an Architectural Change Application Form
- Obtaining approval before work begins
- If the lot is adjacent to a Common Area, obtaining approval from the Foothills Homeowners Master Association if there is any change to the house footprint, addition of a fence, pool, patio or outbuilding.
You can read the complete CC&R’s by clicking on the following link:
Foothills Clusters HOA CC&R’s (This will open in a new tab.)
Please contact the Architectural Control Committee with your questions or comments at Contact@FoothillsClusters.com
Note: The content on this page is an unofficial digest of the Foothills Clusters HOA governing documents. Please refer to the recorded documents elsewhere on this site for authoritative information.