Upcoming Events

RSDA Parking Permit Distribution-July 8, 2020
Apr 18, 2019 to Sep 1, 2021
*ATTENTION: Residents that Require an RSDA Parking Permit*
The Hatfield office will be open to walk-ins, for the SOLE PURPOSE of issuing new 2020-22 RSDA Parking Permits.  Initial COVID-19 Restrictions prevented the timely distribution of these permits, but now it is time to get back on track.
     Hatfield Office
     Wednesday, July 8th
     10:00a – 6:00p
To expedite the process, and reduce social exposure times, please download, complete and sign the ‘RSDA Parking Permit’ application.  Applications will also be available at the office.
FAQs About Parking on RSDA Property
Provisions taken directly from the RSDA Rules & Regulations (pgs. 10-13):
Residents utilizing Association Permit Parking areas must apply for an RSDA parking permit. A parking permit will be provided upon completion of a parking permit request form and by meeting the requirements for your area. Forms and permits are available at the office.
All RSDA resident vehicles requesting an RSDA vehicle identification sticker (permit) must be registered at the RSDA office.
Only one (1) RSDA vehicle identification sticker (permit) per household will be issued following the registration of vehicles at the RSDA office in areas where designated spaces are available.
Residents must park in "Association Permit Parking" designated areas only.
Residents may park only in the "Resident Parking" spaces.
Guests may park only in the "Guest Parking" spaces.
The RSDA office must be contacted for guests utilizing parking spaces exceeding a 24-hour period.
Off-street parking spaces for a minimum of two cars are provided for each home in carports, driveways, and garages. Off-street parking for resident vehicles (including mopeds and bicycles) is permitted only in designated spaces. Conversion or use of the garage or carport into ~ room or storage area by the present or previous resident does not relieve the present resident from the responsibility of keeping their vehicles off the private streets.
Vehicles that are too large to be parked in a garage, driveway, or carport (construction trucks, lumber trucks, etc.) will be in violation of the parking rules. If an oversize vehicle is parked on the street or in guest parking areas, the owner/operator of said vehicle may be subject to a $100 fine for each violation in addition to any towing or related charges and any other action deemed necessary by the Board of Directors.
Any inoperable vehicle that is parked for longer than 72 hours on any lot in view of any surrounding property is in violation of the CC&R's. An inoperable vehicle shall mean:
  • Having flat tires
  • Inoperable due to body damage
  • Inoperable due to motor or drive train
  • Expired license plates
Inoperable vehicles and stored vehicles may not be parked in designated guest or resident parking spaces. A stored vehicle is one which has not been moved for 72 hours. A stored vehicle will be ticketed and then towed without further warning after three (3) tickets.
Any vehicle parked on a private street in a "Resident Parking" space without an
RSDA vehicle identification sticker (permit) will be ticketed and towed after three (3) tickets.
"Red Zone" parking is prohibited. Parking in a "Red Zone" will result in an immediate tow.
The registered owner of a vehicle which is towed will be responsible for all towing charges.
Anyone receiving three (3) parking tickets within a 12-month period will be subject to a fine and/or towing. The three (3) tickets do not have to be consecutive. This is relative to any parking on lawns/grass areas or any other place that is not allowed in RSDA.
These provisions apply for all private streets and areas within RSDA. A fine of $100 and/or tow could be imposed for each violation of this provision.
For a more complete description of provisions, please refer to the RSDA Rules and Regulations
Board of Directors Meeting
Apr 22, 2019 to Jan 20, 2021
The Board of Directors meetings are held on the third Tuesday of each month.
Open Session begins at 7:00 pm
All homeowners are welcome to attend this meeting.
This month, the Regular Session meeting will be conducted remotely using the Zoom teleconferencing platform.
If you would like to tune in and participate remotely, here is what you do:
1)    Sign up to Zoom (it's free).  Download their app to your phone, iPad or computer.
2)    When you open the app, use the following ID and Password to sign in.
       Personal meeting ID:    6194641221
       Password:   RanchoSD