Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

What’s your pet policy?

We allow dogs and cats, no more than two total.  We do not allow farm animals such as goats or chickens or any time of breeding within the condominium property.  Please do not feed the chickens/roosters that are on property.  They are a nuisance and poop on everything.

Do you have mailboxes?

Yes, each unit has it's own mailbox.  It costs $25 for a new key if you lose it

Do you have 24 hr on site maintenance service?

We do not have onsite maintenance.  All owners are responsible for hiring the appropriate person to fix any issues not pertaining to the structure on the outside or common areas.

Where do you throw out your garbage?

All garbage must be placed in a plastic garbage bag; absolutely no loose pieces of garbage. If a bin is full, find another one with room in which to place your bag. If all bins are full, you may place the bag(s) next to the bin within the garbage stall. Boxes must be broken down and placed on either side of the bins within the stall. No metal items or hazardous waste material will be taken by Waste Management.

Violations of the Garbage Regulations will result in: First offense - a warning will be given to the owner of the unit. Second offense - a $25 fine* will be given to the owner of the unit. Third offense - a $50 fine* will be given to the owner of the unit. All fines will be added to the monthly HOA dues if not paid prior to their due date If the offense causes Vista Mar to receive a $1,000.00 fine from Waste Management, the fine will be added to the violating unit’s HOA monthly dues

Are owners allowed to rent?

Yes, owners are allowed to rent. All renter information should be provided to the HOA. Landlords should ensure renters follow all HOA rules in their rental agreements.
These legal documents ensure renters comply with the association's regulations. The contracts should contain the landlord's emergency contact information.
Property owners must give governing documents (CC&Rs) and HOA rules to tenants before they move in.
Homeowners are responsible for tenants' violations.
Renters must submit all requests to the HOA through the property owners. Rules and Regulations should be provided to your renters.