The governing documents were approved by the homeowners on a vote of 96 - 1 that was conducted between August 27, 2004, and October 6, 2004. We have uploaded pdf-format files of the documents. These files were obtained from the law firm that drafted the documents.
The last two pages of the CC&Rs and the last page of the Bylaws are omitted from this website because these pages contain the names of officers of the Association. The 2nd to last page of the CC&Rs has the President and Secretary signing on behalf of the Homeowners an assertion that the Homeowners affirm, approve, and adopt these CC&Rs. The last page of the CC&Rs is the witnessing of the signatures by a Notary Public. The last page of the Bylaws contains a certification by the Secretary that the Homeowners and the Board of Directors approved these Bylaws.
The cover page of the Articles of Incorporation is a certification by the President and Secretary of the Association on December 11, 2004, that (a) they are the President and Secretary of the Association and are duly authorized to execute this Certificate; (b) the Restated Articles of Incorporation of the Corporation, which were filed on July 2, 1984, shall be amended as set forth in the Articles of 2004; and (c) the Articles of 2004 have been approved by the Board of Directors and the required vote of the Members. This page has the names and signatures of the President and Secretary and therefore is being omitted from being posted on this website. The version of the Articles posted here has the 4 pages of the Articles, but not the Certificate.
The CC&Rs were recorded as Document No. 18200986 by the Santa Clara County Recorder on January 21, 2005. The Articles were endorsed and filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of California on February 18, 2005.
The notice below is required by law to be attached to each copy of the documents that is distributed.
NOTICEIf this document contains any restriction based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, familial status, marital status, disability, national origin, source of income as defined in subdivision (p) of Section 12955, or ancestry, that restriction violates state and federal fair housing laws and is void, and may be removed pursuant to Section 12956.2 of the Government Code. Lawful restrictions under state and federal law on the age of occupants in senior housing or housing for older persons shall not be construed as restrictions based on familial status.
Last modified: Fri April 30, 2010