Community Intervention Program and Residents Assistance and Maintenance Program
To preserve Sun City aesthetics as well as property values by ensuring individual homes and/or their grounds that have fallen into a state of disrepair are cleaned/repaired.
As part of SCHOA’s commitment to Sun City and as articulated in the SCHOA Mission Statement, SCHOA is dedicated “To provide for the wellbeing of Sun City through fair and universal compliance with the CC&Rs.” In accordance with the CC&Rs, to deliver this Mission, SCHOA has the right to take action to preserve the aesthetics of all Sun City homes and their grounds.
If a home and/or its grounds are fairly and objectively determined by SCHOA Compliance to have degraded to a condition where they are in violation of the CC&Rs, SCHOA will notify the home owner of the violations and request that the property be brought into compliance. If a home owner fails to correct the issues, SCHOA is authorized by the CC&RS to bring a property into compliance by cleaning it and/or making repairs through the Community Intervention Program. In such cases, SCHOA is further authorized to bill the home owner for the cost of repairs/clean-up and; in the event that the home owner fails to pay his/her bill, legal action, including placing a lien on the property, will take place.
In the majority of cases, home owners comply. Home owners have the opportunity to appear before the Compliance Committee to plead their cases prior to SCHOA action. It is only as a last resort that SCHOA hires independent service providers to bring a property into compliance; however, SCHOA is morally and legally bound to act in these instances for the sake of the entire community and on behalf of all Sun City residents.
For home owners who desire to comply but are unable to due to financial concerns, SCHOA has created the Residents Assistance and Maintenance Program (RAMP). To learn about this Program please contact the office at 623 974 4718.