Master Association

All lot owners are members of their own HOA (i.e., The Foothills Clusters HOA) as well as members of the Foothills Homeowners Master Association. This dual membership is not optional or elective.

The Foothills Homeowners Masters Association is responsible for governance of all Common Areas, namely those areas not specifically deeded to individual lot owners. The Common Areas are comprised of 28 parcels for a total 200 acres.  A map of the Common Areas can be seen by clicking on Common Areas Map.

The Foothills Homeowners Master Association was incorporated in 1975 by The Estes Company as the governing entity for the land located between Campbell Avenue and Alvernon Way, north of Skyline Drive and south of Ina Road (excluding the business areas and the Tierra Catalina Condominiums). Eventually four distinct and separate subdivisions were developed within the larger parcel and each was assigned its own set of By-Laws and CC&Rs.

The four subdivisions are:

  • Foothills I – 140 lots
  • Foothills  II  – 72 lots
  • Foothills Clusters  – 367 lots
  • Foothills Townhomes – 70 lots

FCHOA Representatives to the Foothills Master Homeowners Association
The Board of the Foothills Homeowners Master Association meets quarterly and is made up of representatives of each of the four HOAs.  Meetings are open to all 649 member/homeowners.

The three Foothills Clusters HOA representatives to the Master Association and the year their term ends are as follows:

  • Dan Weisz (2025)
  • David Kalish (2026)
  • Dale Prescott (2024)

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What is the Common Area:  Our homes are imbedded within acres of native desert, collectively owned by each homeowner, and maintained by The Foothills Clusters Masters Association to remain in a natural state for the enjoyment of native wildlife and the community.  That desert area is to remain untouched, as is, for perpetuity. 

Over 70% of the homes in the community touch the Common Area and all homeowners drive through and past the Common Area daily.  It is critical to be aware of where your property lines are.  It is not uncommon for many homeowners to not be aware of their property lines are.  We can assist you in letting you know approximately where your property line is if you have not been given a boundary survey.  You cannot disturb the desert vegetation or grounds in the Common Area.  That includes no dumping of vegetation within the Common Area and removal of any vegetation or materials from the Common Area. Infractions are serious matters so please be aware of this. 

 If you have any questions about the Common Area, please contact  

Enjoy the Common Area responsibly