What's New?

 

  1. NEIGHBORLY NEWS #10
  2. Next HOA Board Meeting - July 12, 2019 at 3pm - (Click here to see Agenda)
  3. Links to Useful Rebuilding Information
  4. NEW - DRAFT Landscape Guidelines
  5. Power point by UC Master Gardeners - Landscape Design for Defensible Space
  6. 3rd District Block Captain Update -June 6, 2019
  7. Updates from Block Captains »
  8. Emergency Special Assessment was passed - payments due Jan 2019»
  9. List of American Institute of Architects available to help with rebuilding design and/or construction »
  10. FGRMA Alexa Skill - just ask Alexa for the latest info

 


 

As FRMA members focus on the future after the devastating fire, your Board is focused on:

  • Highlighting resources available to our members to help them determine their needs for rebuilding
  • Protecting our mutual investment in hundreds of acres of common areas managed by the Homeowners Association (HOA).
  • Assessing damages in order to make a comprehensive insurance claim
  • Providing timely information from city and county sources about the many issues we're all dealing with- water, site clean-up, house plan reviews, etc.

REBUILDING

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In these stressful and trying times, your FRMA board is focusing on some key objectives:

- Protecting your investment in the hundreds of acres of common areas managed by the Homeowners Association (HOA) and assessing the damage in order to make a comprehensive insurance claim.
- Providing current and accurate status from city and county sources about the many issues we're all dealing with.

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FRMA

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Fountaingrove Ranch, one of California's most dynamic and beautiful communities, meanders across the northeastern foothills of the Mayacamas Range within the city limits of Santa Rosa.

More than 800 distinctive homes and condominiums populate thousands of acres of oak, fir and redwood-studded hillsides, ridges and canyons surrounding a championship 18-hole private golf course, lake and open space

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