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SUNRISE KNOLLTOWNHOME OWNER’S ASSOCIATION

RULES AND REGULATIONS

This is not intended to be all-­‐inclusive. A clerical fee may be assessed in addition to

the fine for processing a violation notice.

Residents are to report violations of the governing documents in writing to the Property Management Firm. If you observe any suspicious or illegal
activity, call the police immediately.

DEFINITIONS

Section 1. “Common Area” is the defined as all real property owned by the

Association for the common use and enjoyment of the Owners. Common Area includes, but is not limited to, the parking areas, the walkways, the planted
areas, the lawns, the exterior of the buildings, and the recreational center, as set forth in the CC&Rs.

Section 2. “Members of Sunrise Knoll Townhome Owners Association” means every person or entity who is an Owner of a lot within the Association and
whose rights as a Member have not been suspended pursuant to Article XIII, section 6 of the CC&Rs.

Section 3. “Recreational Center” is the pool/spa area, clubhouse, and sports comis.

Section 4. “Property Management Firm (PMF)” is the contract company hired to

manage the business of the Association.

Section 5. “Member in Good Standing” shall mean and refer to that Member who is current with regard to paying his/her assessments as required by the
CC&R’s or state law.

Section 6. “Owner” means any person or entity, which owns a fee simple interest in

any Lot.

PART I. COMMON AREA

Section 1. GENERAL

1. All streets within Sunrise Knoll must remain free and clear of obstructions in order to permit ingress and egress of vehicles. Small motorized
vehicles, bicycles, roller blades, skates, skate boards, etc., parked vehicles, or any other obstruction which blocks, impedes or hinders the ability
of vehicles to enter or exit Sunrise Knoll are prohibited.

2. Noise must be kept to a minimum throughout the complex. Persons in other units

should not be able to hear sounds emanating from your unit or patio.

 

3. Owners shall be responsible for any damage that their residents or guests cause to Common Area including, without limitation, the landscape within
Sunrise Knoll.

4. No signs, advertisements, flags, banners, posters, or lanterns shall be displayed on a unit in public view from any lot including lawn areas without
the approval of the Board except for:

A. The flying of the American Flag is permitted any time. The flag should be in a neat, clean condition.

B. One sign of customary and reasonable dimensions advertising a lot for sale, lease or rent may be displayed; the preferred location is the upper
front window of unit. No signs are to be posted on siding, balcony, fences, or Common Area grass.

C. Signs or notices as required by law.


Section 2. PETS

1. Dogs must be on a leash at all times when in any Common Area outside the

Owner’s residence.

2. The Common Area grounds are not to be used as a relief station for pets (Sacramento County Pooper Scooper Ordinance). It is the Owner’s
responsibility to clean up after his/her pet.

3. No pet shall be chained or tethered in front of unit, on patio, or in Common

Area.

4. Barking dogs will not be tolerated.


PART II. NUISANCES/NOXIOUS ACTIVITIES (NOISE)

1. Owners shall be responsible for all damages done to Common Area and recreational facilities caused by themselves, guests, tenants and guests
thereof, and/or pets. Said Owner shall be subject to fines and/or the costs of repair as set forth by the Board of Directors.

2. Motorized vehicles, bicycles, rollerblades, skates, or skateboards shall not be permitted on walkways, sidewalks, planted areas, (Common Areas) or
in the pool or sports court areas. Bicycles may only be ridden within the complex for ingress and egress.

3. Any noise nuisance within complex after 9 PM will be a violation. Violators shall be subject to police intervention and/or fines, and or association
security intervention.

4. It is prohibited to discard inapprop1iate items in the dumpsters (chairs, TVs, eWaste etc.). Boxes are to be broken down and trash shall be properly
placed in the dumpster. Anyone leaving trash beside the dumpster shall be fined $200 for each incident.

5. No resident shall dispose of any toxic material on the complex. The Board of Directors shall be empowered to levy a fine against any Owner of a unit
whose occupants have been observed illegally disposing of materials such as oil, antifreeze, gasoline, paint, etc.


PART III. ARCHITECTURAL RULES

The Association’s CC&Rs, Article VI, outlines requirements for making any type of repairs or changes to the exterior of the units; these covenants
will be strictly enforced.

Owners are to get review from Architectural Committee I board approval prior to repairing or changing windows, upper balconies, fences, etc.; all
exterior repairs or rebuilds must meet Association design standards.

1. Wires/Cables of any kind on exterior of unit are to be tacked/stapled down in a visually appealing manner and painted to match the exterior color or
white.

2. Satellite dishes must be properly installed at roof level. (No dishes are allowed on upper balcony, fences or siding.) One satellite dish only per
unit, no additional antennas of any form on the roof, siding or decking allowed.

PART IV. EXTERIOR MAINTENANCE of UNIT and LANDSCAPING

Section 1. Maintenance of Unit

1. Patios and balconies are to be maintained in a neat, clean, and orderly condition and not used for storage or trash collection. Plants must be
suitable for the space and must not invade the siding, or Common Area or other patios.

2. Only appropriate outdoor furniture is to be placed on patio or upper balcony.

3. A11 windows and sliding doors shall be properly covered and maintained. Window coverings shall be solid (no patterns) and neutral in color –
white/cream/beige -­‐ and must be a proper window treatment. Any coverings such as, but not limited to, aluminum foil, blankets, sheets, etc., are
prohibited.

4. Window screens are to be maintained in a proper state of repair (ripped, torn, rusted screens are to be repaired or replaced.)

5. Hoses are to be in a good state of repair, when not in use are to be maintained neatly coiled up and hung either on the faucet itself or a hose
hanging device attached to the unit above the faucet.

Section 2. Landscaping

l. All Common Areas (includes garden area between walkways at front door area, garden areas between garages, area between units in back (gas meter
locations) are the responsibility of the Association. Residents must receive Board approval before doing any planting.

2. Anything planted (including plantings inside the back patio area) that results in structural damage or siding damage, invades the siding, interferes
with gutters or drainage or requires trimming to keep it away from the siding or roof, can and will be removed at the Owner’s expense.

3. The planting of trees is prohibited.

PART V: RECREATIONAL CENTER


Clubhouse, Pool, Picnic area, SPORTS COURT

Section 1. HOURS OF OPERATION

The Board of Directors shall deten11ine hours of operation. Any change in hours

will be posted in the recreation center.

Section 2. GENERAL RULES FOR THE RECREATION CENTER

1. No Member, tenant, or guest shall remove any article, equipment, publication, etc., from the center without the approval of the PMF.

2. Pets are not pem1itted in or around any of the Recreation Center facilities.

3. Members, tenants, and guests shall not create a nuisance in or around Recreation facilities or unreasonably disturb other Owners or residents.

4. Trash shall be placed in the trash receptacles.

5. The PMF shall be infon11ed immediately of any accident.

6. The Association shall not be responsible for any articles stolen, lost or mislaid while using the facilities.

7. The PMF is responsible for enforcing center rules and regulations and shall have the authority to restrict the use of the center facilities to
anyone on a temporary basis when deemed necessary.

8. One key per unit is distributed per unit for access to the pool area and sports courts should be in the possession of the Member using the facility.
Replacement keys are available to owners only for a fee in the event the original issue is lost.

 

9. Violations of these rules shall result in a suspension of recreational center use and/or fine for the offender.


Section 3. SWIMMING POOL RULES AND RESPONSIBILITY

[Pool IS NORMALLY OPENED IN MAY AND CLOSED IN OCTOBER DEPENDING ON WEATHER]

1. While in the pool area each resident shall have in his/her possession, a key issued by the Association and shall present the key upon request of the
complex manager.

2. The pool area gates must be kept closed at all times, except for the purpose of entrance or exit.

3. In order to promote and protect the safety of the pool users, all persons under 14 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times when
utilizing the pool by an individual who acknowledges and accepts responsibility for the

supervision of, and the conduct of, such persons. All users of the pool are required to act in a safe, considerate and responsible manner.

4. Residents must accompany their guests when using the pool. The number of guests is limited to 4 per unit at any one time.

5. Persons who cannot swim must wear a personal flotation device.

6. Swimmers may wear apparel in the pool, which is specifically intended for that purpose: no jeans, cut-­‐offs, etc.

7. No beach toys or rafts shall be permitted in the pool.

8. Persons wearing diapers shall be required to wear tight fitting rubber pants or approved swim diapers. All persons who cannot control their bowel
movements must also wear rubber pants.

9. No glass of any kind shall be permitted in or around the pool.

10. No alcohol shall be permitted in or around the pool area.

11. Smoking in pool area is prohibited.

12. Any person making a nuisance of him/herself will be restricted from the pool area.

13. Pool will open at 10 AM and will close at 9pm. Due to noise rules around the complex.

 

14. The Board of Directors has discretion of changing operating hours of pool area at any time

Section 4. CLUBHOUSE

1. The clubhouse may be reserved for exclusive use by any Member in good standing or by a tenant, with the written consent of the Member/Owner, under
the following conditions:

a. The Association and the Member/resident must execute a contract defining the conditions of the rental.

b. Date and time for exclusive use must be reserved through the PMF. A reserved date may not interfere with scheduled use of the clubhouse for all
Members.

c. The reserved and exclusive use of the clubhouse does not include the exclusive use of the pool area.

d. For the exclusive use of the clubhouse, the member/resident will pay in advance to the association a cleaning and damage deposit and a rental fee of
(see attached list of fees).

Section 5. SPORTS COURTS are closed and locked at this time due to hazardous conditions.

1. Courts are to be used only for the purpose intended (i.e. tennis only on the tennis court, basketball only on the basketball court etc…)

2. Rollerblades, bicycles, skateboard, etc., are prohibited on the courts and surrounding picnic areas. Violation of this rule will result in a
30-­‐day suspension from the area and/or possible fine to the owner.

3. Tennis or appropriate sports shoes must be worn at all times on the courts.

4. Trash is to be put in trash containers.

5. No glass is allowed in the court areas.

6. No pets allowed on the sports courts.

7. Picnic area is available on the first come first serve basis and must be cleaned up after use.

Section 6. GUEST AND TENANT USE OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

1. House guests. Those guests who are temporarily residing/living in a Member’s residence may use the recreational facilities for the duration of their
visit. Those guests must obey all complex rules and regulations. The Member assumes full responsibility for the conduct of his/her guests.

2. Non-­‐resident guests must obey all rules and regulations when using the complex facilities and the Member assumes full responsibility for the
conduct of his/her guests.

3. All tenants and tenants’ guests are subject to the same rules and regulations as to which Members shall be subject.

PART VI. MISCELLANEOUS

1. Fines, if not paid by the Owner, may become a lien, and any legal means will be used by the Board of Directors to collect these monies owed.

2. There shall be no posting of signs without the permission of the PMF or the

Board of Directors.

3. Garage doors must remain closed when not being used to enter or exit to discourage theft and improve the general appearance of the complex.

4. Garages are considered resident parking spaces. Garages may not be used for storage or any other purpose to the extent that this prevents residents
from using the garage for vehicle parking. (See Vehicle and Parking Control Regulations Adopted 2011)

FINE SCHEDULE 

 

RULE VIOLATION DAYS TO CORRECT TO AVOID HEARING/FINE

 

FINE Initial Violation Subsequent Fines for

Failure to Correct

 

Common Area 0 $75 $150 each incident

 

Nuisance/Noxious

Activities

 

0 $75 $150 each incident

 

Recreation Center 0 $75 $150 each incident

Miscellaneous 0-­‐10 $75 $150 each incident

Architectural 0-­‐30 $75 $150 each week not corrected

 








Exterior

Maintenance

 

0-­‐15 $75 $150 each week not corrected

OLD RULES BELOW

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SUNRISE KNOLL TOWNHOME OWNERS ASSOCIATON

RULES AND REGULATONS

EFFECTIVE: PROPOSED-OCTOBER 2007

This is not intended to be all-inclusive. A clerical fee may be assessed in addition to the fine for processing a violation notice.

Residents are to report violations of the governing documents in writing to the Property

Management Firm. If you observe any suspicious or illegal activity, call the police immediately.

 

DEFINITIONS

Section 1, “Common Area” is the defined as all real property owned by the Association for the common use and enjoyment of the Owners. Common Area includes, but is not limited to, the parking areas, the walkways, the planted areas, the lawns, the exterior of the buildings, and the recreational center, as set forth in the CC&Rs.

 

Section 2, “Members of Sunrise Knoll Townhome Owners Association” means every person or entity who is an Owner of a lot within the Association and whose rights as a Member have not been suspended pursuant to Article XIII, section 6 of the CC&Rs.

Section 3, “Recreational Center” is the pool/spa area, clubhouse, and sports courts.

Section 4. “Property Management Firm (PMF)” is the contract company hired to manage the business of the Association.

Section 5, “Member in Good Standing” shall mean and refer to that Member who is current with regard to paying his/her assessments as required by the CC&R’s or state law.

Section 6, “Owner” means any person or entity, which owns a fee simple interest in any Lot.

 

PART I. COMMON AREA

Section 1, GENERAL

1. All streets within Sunrise Knoll must remain free and clear of obstructions in order to permit ingress and egress of vehicles. An obstruction includes, but is not limited to, any object, which blocks, impedes or hinders the ability of vehicles to enter or exit Sunrise Knoll.

2. Noise must be kept to a minimum throughout the complex. Persons in other units should not be able to hear sounds emanating from your unit or patio.

3. Owners shall be responsible for any damage that their residents or guests causes to Common Area including, without limitation, the landscape within Sunrise Knoll.

4. No signs, advertisements, flags, banners, posters, or lanterns shall be displayed on a unit in public view from any lot including lawn areas without the approval of the Board except for:

 

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A. The flying of the American Flag is permitted any time. The flag should be in a neat, clean condition.

B. One sign of customary and reasonable dimensions advertising a lot for sale, lease or rent may be displayed, the preferred location is the upper front window of unit. No signs are to be posted on siding, balcony, fences, or Common Area grass.

C. Signs or notices as required by law.

 

Section 2. PETS

1. Dogs must be on a leash at all times when in any Common Area outside the Owner’s

residence.

2. The Common Area grounds are not to be used as a relief station for pets (Sacramento

County Pooper Scooper Ordinance). It is the Owner’s responsibility to clean up after his/her pet.

3. No pet shall be chained or tethered in front of unit, on patio, or in Common Area.

4. Barking dogs will not be tolerated.

 

PART II. NUISANCES/NOXIOUS ACTIVITIES (NOISE)

1. Owners shall be responsible for all damages done to Common Area and recreational facilities caused by themselves, guests, tenants and guests thereof, and/or pets. Said Owner shall be subject to fines and/or the costs of repair as set forth by the Board of Directors.

2. Motorized vehicles, bicycles, rollerblades, or skateboards shall not be permitted on walkways, sidewalks, planted areas, (Common Areas) or in the pool or sports court areas.

3.

4. Any noise nuisance within complex after 9 PM will be a violation. Violators shall be

subject to police intervention (and/or Association Security intervention) and/or fines.

5. It is prohibited to discard inappropriate items in the dumpsters (chairs, TVs, etc.). Boxes are to be broken down and trash shall be properly placed in the dumpster. Anyone leaving trash beside the dumpster shall be fined S200 for each incident.

6. No resident shall dispose of any toxic material on the complex. The Board of Directors shall be empowered to levy a fine against any Owner of a unit whose occupants have been observed illegally disposing of materials such as oil, antifreeze, gasoline, paint, etc.

 

PART 111. ARCHITECTURAL RULES

The Association’s CC&Rs, Article VI, outlines requirements for making any type of repairs or changes to the exterior of the units; these covenants will be strictly enforced.

Owners are to get approval from Architectural Committee prior to repairing or changing windows, upper balconies, fences, etc.; all exterior repairs or rebuilds must meet Association design standards. Each Unit’s upper balcony is the sole responsibility of the Owner and must be maintained in a proper state of repair (no missing slates, paint must be maintained) and in a structurally sound condition.

 

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PART IV. EXTERIOR MAINTENANCE of UNIT and LANDSCAPING

Section 1: Maintenance of Unit

1. Patios and balconies are to be maintained in a neat, clean, and orderly condition and not used for storage or trash collection. Plants must be suitable for the space and must not invade the siding, or Common Area or other patios.

2. Only appropriate outdoor furniture is to be placed on patio or upper balcony.

3. All windows and sliding doors shall be properly covered and maintained. Window coverings shali be solid (no patterns) and neutral in color – white/cream/beige – and must be a proper window treatment. Any coverings such as, but not limited to, aluminum foil, blankets, sheets, etc., are prohibited.

4. Window screens are to be maintained in a proper state of repair (ripped, torn, rusted screens are to be repaired or replaced.)

5. Garden hoses may not be stored in any fashion in front of unit. Hoses are to be stored (in garage for example) and brought out only when needed. No garden hose hanging devices or storage devices are to be attached to or stored in the front of the unit. Any hose used on the back patio area and can be viewed from any Common Area is to be kept coiled and maintained in a neat and orderly condition.

6. Wires/Cables of any kind on exterior of unit are to be tacked/stapled down in a visually appealing manner and painted to match the exterior color.

7. Satellite dishes must be properly installed at roof level. (No dishes are allowed on upper balcony, fences or siding.)

 

Section 2: Landscaping

1. All Common Areas (includes garden area between walkways at front door area, garden areas between garages, area between units in back (gas meter locations) are the responsibility of the Association. Residents must receive Board approval before doing any planting.

2. Anything planted (including plantings inside the back patio area) that results in siding damage, invade the siding, or requires trimming to keep it away from the siding and/or off the roof and not interfering with gutters and drainage can and will be removed at the Owner’s expense.

3. The planting of trees is prohibited.

 

PART V: RECREATIONAL CENTER – Sport Courts. Clubhouse. Pool. Picnic area

 

Section 1. HOURS OF OPERATION

The Board of Directors shall determine hours of operation. Any change in hours will be posted in the recreation center.

 

Section 2. GENERAL RULES FOR THE RECREATION CENTER

1. No Member, tenant, or guest shall remove any article, equipment, publication, etc., from the center without the approval of the PMF.

 

2. Pets are not permitted in or around any of the Recreation Center facilities.

 

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3. Members, tenants, and guests shall not create a nuisance in or around Recreation facilities or unreasonably disturb other Owners or residents.

 

4. Trash shall be placed in the trash receptacles.

5. The PMF shall be informed immediately of any accident.

6. The Association shall not be responsible for any articles stolen, lost or mislaid while using the facilities.

7. The PMF is responsible for enforcing center rules and regulations and shall have the authority to restrict the use of the center facilities to anyone on a temporary basis when deemed necessary.

8. One key per unit is distributed per unit for access to the pool area and sports courts and should be in the possession of the Member using the facility. Replacement keys are available to Owners only for a fee in the event the original issue is lost.

9. Violations of these rules shall result in a suspension of recreational center use and/or fine for the offender.

 

Section 3. SWIMMING POOL RULES AND RESPONSIBILITY

[Pool is normally opened in May and closed in October]

1. While in the pool/spa area each resident shall have in his/her possession, a key issued by the Association and shall present the key upon request of the complex manager.

2. The pool area gates must be kept closed at all times, except for the purpose of entrance or exit.

3. In order to promote and protect the safety of the pool users, all persons under 14 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times when utilizing the pool by an individual who acknowledges and accepts responsibility for the supervision of, and the conduct of, such persons. All users of the pool are required to act in a safe, considerate and responsible manner.

 

4. In order to promote and protect the safety of users of the spa, all persons under 14 years of age must be accompanied and supervised at all times when utilizing the spa by an individual who acknowledges and accepts responsibility for the supervision of, and the conduct of, such persons. All users of the spa are required to act in a safe, considerate and responsible manner.

5. Residents must accompany their guests when using the pool or spa. The number of guests is limited to 4 per unit at any one time.

6. Persons who cannot swim must wear a personal flotation device.

7. Swimmers may wear apparel in the pool or spa, which is specifically intended for that purpose: no jeans, cut-offs, etc.

8. Persons wearing diapers shall be required to wear tight fitting rubber pants. All persons who cannot control their bowel movements must also wear rubber pants.

9. No beach toys or rafts shall be permitted in the pool or spa.

10. No glass of any kind shall be permitted in or around the pool or spa.

11. No alcohol shall be permitted in or around the pool or spa area.

12. Smoking in pool area is prohibited.

13. Any person making a nuisance of him/herself will be restricted from the pool area.

14. Pool will open at 10 AM and will close at 10 PM.

15. The Board of Directors has discretion of changing operating hours of pool area at any time.

 

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Section 4. CLUBHOUSE

1. The clubhouse may be reserved for exclusive use by any Member in good standing or by a tenant, with the written consent of the Member/Owner, under the following conditions:

a. The Association and the Member/resident must execute a contract defining the conditions of the rental.

b. Date and time for exclusive use must be reserved through the PMF. A reserved date may not interfere with scheduled use of the clubhouse for all Members.

c. The reserved and exclusive use of the clubhouse does not include the exclusive use of the pool/spa area.

d. For the exclusive use the clubhouse, the Member/resident will pay in advance to the

Association a cleaning and damage deposit and a rental fee.

 

Section 5. SPORTS COURTS

1. Courts are to be used only for the purpose intended (i.e., tennis only on the tennis courts, basketball only on the basketball court and basketball, pickleball, racquetball, volleyball, badminton).

2. Rollerblades, bicycles, skateboards, etc., are prohibited on the courts and picnic areas. Violation of this rule will result in a 30-day suspension from the the area and/or possible fine to the Owner.

3. Tennis or appropriate sports shoes must be worn at all times on the courts.

4. Trash is to be put in trash containers.

5. No glass is allowed in the court areas.

6. No pets allowed on the sports courts.

7. Picnic area is available on a first come first serve basis and must be cleaned up after use.

 

Section 6. GUEST AND TENANT USE OF RECREATIONAL FACILITIES

 

1. House guests: Those guests who are temporarily residing/living in a Member’s residence may use the recreational facilities for the duration of their visit. Those guests must obey all complex rules and regulations. The Member assumes full responsibility for the conduct of his/her guests.

2. Non-resident guests must obey all rules and regulations when using the complex facilities, and the Member assumes full responsibility for the conduct of his/her guests.

3. All tenants and tenants’ guests are subject to the same rules and regulations as to which

Members shall be subject.

 

PART VL MISCELLANEOUS

1. Fines, if not paid by the Owner, may become a lien, and any legal means will be used by the Board of Directors to collect these monies owed.

2. There shall be no posting of signs without the permission of the PMF or the Board of Directors.

3. Garage doors must remain closed when not being used to enter or exit to discourage theft and improve the general appearance of the complex.

 

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4. Garages are considered resident parking spaces. Garages may not be used for storage or any other purpose to the extent that this prevents residents from using the garage for vehicle parking.

 

   FINE SCHEDULE
RULE VIOLATION DAYS TO CORRECT TOAVOID FINE        FINESecond  Violation Subsequent Fines forFailure to Correct
COMMON AREA

Warning Letter

$75

$150 each incident

NUISANCE/NOXIOUS ACTIVITIES

Warning Letter

$75

$150 each incident

RECREATION CENTER

Warning Letter

$75

$150 each incident

MISCELLANEOUS

0-10 w Warning Letter

$75

$150 each incident

ARCHITECTURAL

0-30 w Warning Letter

$75

$150 ea week not corrected

EXTERIOR MAINTENANCE

0-15 w Warning Letter

$75

$150 ea week not corrected