Community Rules


The PHCA completed a revision of the rules in 2019.

Click here for the PHCA Rules. 

Click here for the PHCA CC&Rs. 

Violation Appeals Process

The PHCA Board has created an Appeals Committee to address violations that owners may want to appeal. If you receive a violation letter and fine that you would like to appeal, click here to complete this form and submit it to our office within 30 days of receiving the violation letter. The Committee meets every 2nd Thursday at 2.00pm.

Behavioral Offenses

Behavioral Offenses include but are not limited to:

Motorized Vehicles - Article III, Section 1

Walk/Jog Pathways - Article III, Section 2

Parking - Article II, Section 8

Loose Pets - Article II, Section 5

Nuisance Noise - Article II, Section 20 & Article III, Section 2.k of the Declaration

  Note: For animal noise, see instructions below for completing the Animal Noise Violation Form

Solicitation - Article III, Section 4 

Outside Burning - Article II, Section 14 

Feeding of Feral Animals - Article II, Section 19

Behavioral Offense Penalties:

$150 fine 

Property Violations

Property Violations include but are not limited to:

Single Family Residence House Numbers & Photoelectric Cell Light - Article II, Section 17

Structural Maintenance - Article III, Section 2.f. (10) of the Declaration

Landscape Controls - Article III, Section 2.g. of the Declaration

Trash Disposal - Article III, Section 2.h. of the Declaration

Signs - Article II, Section 10; Article III, Section 2.i of the Declaration 

Property Violation Penalties:

$150 fine

Animal Noise Violations

For Animal Noise Violations the complainant must complete an Animal Noice Violation Form to prove that the animal noise is in violation of the PHCA Rule.  Click here for the Animal Noise Violation form.

Animal Noise is defined as:

"Continuous and/or incessant barking, baying, crying, howling, or any other noise which disturbs any person at any time of day or night for (10) consecutive minutes or intermittently for twenty (20) minutes in a 30-minute period.

Unless the animal noise is a result of trespass or a threatened trespass or the animal is being teased or provoked."