Fairway at Redhawk Association is a California non-profit corporation consisting of those owners of homes within the ultimate boundaries of Fairway. There are 410 homes within Fairway. Fairway is part of the master planned community of Redhawk and Fairway homeowners are also members of the Redhawk Community Association.
The primary role of the Association is to maintain aesthetic control, enforce the governing documents, and care for Association owned common area.
The Association is governed by a five member Community Board made up of owners elected by the membership.
The Board uses the services of a professional association management company to run the day to day operations. Should you have a concern or question regarding Fairway or Redhawk please contact: Avalon Management
Architectural decisions, including approving Home Improvement applications are made by an Architectural Committee comprised of homeowners that are appointed by the Community Board.
The Community Board has directed the management company to perform weekly inspections of the community to ensure there are no violations of the governing documents. If a violation is found the management company will issue a letter to the owner, which is the start of Fairway's enforcement policies. If you receive such a letter, it is generally due to one of these inspections. While no one likes getting these type of letters, it is through this process that your property values are maintained.
The Association maintains the vehicle gates, streets, sidewalks, perimeter fencing, three parks and common landscaping within and on the perimeter of the community.
The slopes and large waterfall on Redhawk Parkway are maintained by the Redhawk Community Association, which is also managed by Avalon Management.
The City of Temecula maintains the parkway medians and parks within Redhawk, which are outside Fairway. If you have comments or questions regarding these items please contact:
The City of Temecula, Phone: (951) 694-6400