New HOA Board 2021

Name Board Position
Committee(s)
Pat Roy President
Social Club
Landscape Committee
Neighborhood Watch


Sharol Lewis Vice President
Architectural Review Committee
Communications Committee
Kevin Osmun
Secretary
Architectural Review Committee
Fred Humphrey Treasurer
Finance Committee
Bob Victor
Director-at-Large
Facilities Committee

Mountain View is the Inland Empire's best-kept secret! 
This 255 home active adult community is centrally located for today's active 55 and better adults.
San Diego is only 93 miles distant, Los Angeles 64 miles away, Palm Springs only 44 miles to the East,  Big Bear Ski Resort is 57 miles from the community and  Las Vegas is 244
miles.


 
The Mountain View Clubhouse is exclusive
for the homeowners.Tennis, Pickleball,
swimming, fitness room, billiard room,
meeting room,  media room and a Library 
are available for homeowners.



You can find out more information about the Mountain View Community, including detailed information of the various models here.
June 2021 Newsletter & Calendar are now online!
 
2021 Events


June 15 - 2021-2022 Budget - Effective August 1, 2021 is available in the HOA section.

May 26, 2021 COVID-19 update.

Checking the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy updates, fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules and regulations. That means we can resume our community activities and events without restrictions. However, (why is it there is always a “however” in these situations) residents who have not been vaccinated, masks and distancing are still highly recommended. Please keep in mind, these guidelines can change if COVID cases begin to rise. To be on the safe side, let’s try to maintain as much distance as feasibly possible in group settings.


 
COVID-19 UPDATE, effective Wednesday April 28, 2021:

Riverside County will enter the State-wide Red Tier 2 (substantial spread) as of Wednesday, March 17, 2021. This meant Mountain View could begin opening common area facilities with restrictions. Face masks must still be worn when in a group, social distancing must be adhered to and the CDC still encourages rigorous hand washing/sanitizing.

Fobs have been reinstated for homeowners who have a Liability Waiver on file. Please note: a maximum occupancy of 25% (or 20 individuals) is allowed into the clubhouse at one time. Any overflow must remain outside.

These clubs are resuming with restrictions (masks, as much distance as possible, sanitizing hands and tables after play. (Sanitizer and paper towels are provided).  TGIF, BBQ usage, Bible Study, Bid Whist, Bingo, Bunco, Card Games, Craft Club, Dine Out, Dominos, Ladies’ Luncheon, Ladies’ Night at the Pool, Line Dancing, Morning Coffee, Pool Room (1 player or one household; maximum playtime 60 Minutes), swimming pool (maximum pool occupancy 10; maximum 60 minutes swim time)

GYM and SPA (1 homeowner or 1 family; maximum 60-minute workout.)
Water Aerobics, b
eginning May 4th (maximum pool occupancy 10.)
Rules for PICKLE BALL are unchanged.
Community Events (with restrictions - TBA.)
Parade Events (masks are strongly encouraged.)

Visitors may return for outside facility use only. They MUST have a signed Liability Waiver on file (contact Eunice Kang). It is the responsibility of the homeowner to ensure this occurs prior to the visit. Visitors need only one waiver on file. Maximum occupancy limits must be adhered to and visitors must follow mask restrictions and practice social distancing.

May 26, 2021 COVID changes. Checking the California Blueprint for a Safer Economy updates, fully vaccinated individuals no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules and regulations. That means we can resume our community activities and events without restrictions. However, (why is it there is always a “however” in these situations) residents who have not been vaccinated, masks and distancing are still highly recommended. Please keep in mind, these guidelines can change if COVID cases begin to rise. To be on the safe side, let’s try to maintain as much distance as feasibly possible in group settings.

Pat Roy

  June 2021 note from our HOA President


Also, don't forget our Events page, it is full of good information
and the details about up and coming community events.

 
City of Moreno Valley Web-Site
(This is really an informative website)


Check out our Resource Page -- we now have links to
Local Weather, Earthquake and Fire Information


Go to Contact Us and let us know if you'd like to see more or different information.

The MOUNTAIN VIEW COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION

  The next HOA Meeting  is scheduled for
Wednesday, June 23, 2021, 6 pm, and the meeting will be at the clubhouse.
(Click here for Agenda)
 

Please come and let your voice be heard

Mountain View's Management Company