Address: 4523 East Broadway Road
Phoenix, AZ 85040
- Email: Cornerstone@cpihoa.com
- Website: www.cpihoa.com
- Toll Free: 602-433-0331
We encourage you to check this page often as this is where we will post current pieces of information.
To All Residents - From DAVID HURLEY
For those who may not have followed the Board transitions this year, please be advised that there is a new Board Administration and a new Community Manager in place. My role at this time is only to pass along any and all communications the new Board and Manager wish to make all residents aware of.
Please address any and all comments, concerns, opinions and requests for clarification to the following:
Cornerstone Property Management: Karla Sanders - 480-433-0331 - firstname.lastname@example.org
Garden Condo III Board President: Eddie Fromm - 480-399-0403 - email@example.com
June 27, 2019 - To All Residents;
This message is to clarify the policy of the association regarding resident parking in the private drives of Kiva and Keats Avenues.
In the past, messages have been disseminated stating that parking in the street or driveways was permissible. That is not the case.
The Condominium Declaration is a document filed with the Maricopa County Recorder. It describes the entity of Garden Condo 3 laying out boundaries, maintenance of common elements and units rights and duties of the association and members and other provisions.
Article 4.14 of this document states “No automobile, motorcycle, motorbike or other motor vehicle shall be parked upon any part of the condominium except in garages which are part of the units or in such parking spaces as may exist from time to time on the common elements.” The Garden Condo Association Policy Manual contains similar language which can be found on page 14 of that document. We request that you comply with this requirement so that we may continue to maintain the aesthetics and values of our community.
The Board of Directors GC
If you have any insurance coverage questions, either about your own homeowners
policy or regarding the Association’s coverage, please contact our new insurance agent Mike DiNino at 1-800-698-0711.
If you need a Certificate of Insurance, please download this PDF copy. 2019 Certificate of Insurance - PDF"
For a copy of the UO-Letter, please download this PDF copy. 2019 UO-letter - PDF" <
For a copy of the How_to_use_EOI_Direct paper, please download this PDF copy. How_to_use_EOI_Direct - PDF"
Recently, the Association experienced a change in insurance agents with the Farmers Insurance Group, and Matt Lundgren is no longer the Association’s agent. If you have any insurance coverage questions, either about your own homeowners policy or regarding the Association’s coverage, please contact the Moehring Insurance Agency at 602-647-1492, or you may email Paul at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you need to request a Certificate of Insurance, Paul’s office will be happy to meet that request on your behalf.
In an effort to continue to ensure you have the most current information with respect to what's happening in Garden Condo III we have put together this newsletter for February. A copies was emailed to everyone on our email list as well as being posted here on our website. This newsletter is available in a PDF format.
Click here to download the September 05, 2019 Newsletter: September 05, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"Click here to download the August 08, 2019 Newsletter: August 08, 2019 Newsletter - PDF" Click here to download the July 10, 2019 Newsletter: July 10, 2019 Newsletter - PDF" Click here to download the June 10, 2019 Newsletter: June 10, 2019 Newsletter - PDF" Click here to download the May 24, 2019 Newsletter: May 24, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the April 21, 2019 Newsletter: April 21, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the March 29, 2019 Newsletter: March 29, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the March 10, 2019 Newsletter: March 10, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the February 26, 2019 Newsletter: February 26, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the February 1, 2019 Newsletter: February 1, 2019 Newsletter - PDF"
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Click here to download the December 15, 2018 Newsletter: December 15 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the December 10, 2018 Newsletter: December 10 Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the Christmas Golf Cart Parade 2018 Notice: Christmas Golf Cart Parade 2018 Notice - PDF"
Click here to download the December, 2018 Newsletter: December Newsletter - PDF"
Click here to download the November 15, 2018 Meeting Newsletter: Nov 15 2018 Meeting Newsletter - PDF"
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Click here to download the Volunteering 2018 PDF: Oct 2018 VOLUNTEERING - PDF"
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No, they aren't a country band. These volunteers picked all the Orange trees on Saturday morning....a lot of oranges! Remember
these hearty souls when looking at a clean tree!
Alan Oachs, Rosy Oachs, Chuck Nordin, Earl Rollman, Bill Einch, Tim Shea, John Gleason, Hal and Di Klein, Jim Cassidy, Glydys Hillebrand, Dan Thuenen, Tom Telle, Jeff Wallgren, David Hurley, Jeanie Widdicombe, Jack and Dorothy Strom, Matt Poole, Dave Vandendriessche, Dick Ver- linde, Marlene and Larry Herichhoff.
As a member of your board of directors and the chairperson for our architectural control committee I often field questions and/or complaints regarding many things that the HOA, BOD, and ACC have no jurisdiction over. While researching I found an excellent document which was compiled by our Mesa Police Department, Superstition District which has enforcement in our Village. Though one document can't begin to address everything that comes up it may help many of you with making a decision regarding an issue which concerns you.
You can find this document at the following URL: http://www.mesaaz.gov/home/showdocument?id=7998"
This document is eleven pages of excellent information. I am a firm believer that the more informed our residents are the better our community will be as a whole. I am in the directory should any of you desire to reach out to me.
Kevin Van Pelt, Sunland Village East, Security
As a reminder to our residents all streets within SVE except for specific streets within the condominiums are public streets owned and maintained by City of Mesa. Therefore any parking limitation and subsequent enforcement of parking violations are enforced by the Mesa Police Department, not Sunland Village East administration. Rules pertaining to City of Mesa parking can be found at this link: http://www.mesaaz.gov/city-hall/court/tickets/parking" At the top of the page for this link you will find another link to a Mesa City Code .PDF document which sets forth parking information. If you have observed a parking violation you believe warrants action by Mesa PD call the non-emergency number, 480-644-2211, press option 2 when prompted and provide information to the call taker on duty. Your information CAN BE ANONYMOUS. That is your choice. The call taker may ask you if you want to give your personal information. If you have an emergency, always press 911. This time of year many of our streets do contain travel trailers, motor coaches, trailers, etc. used by our returning winter residents. Let's all work together to keep the streets safe and clear of obstructions for all residents in SVE.
Neighborhood Watch programs are a wonderful method of meeting old and new friends. The gathering also signifies a unified community in touch with each other for the good of us all.
The value to our Village is the strength of community awareness. Increased security for all who live here brings a better life for all. Whether full time or winter residents, knowing who should be here and who should not is the first line of safety for us all.
An example of how grass roots programs benefit the neighborhood is in place in many areas of the Village. As the basis of learning about this group, the Garden Condo 3 community initiates a warm welcome by our designated Welcome Committee. For the past three years, our representatives have been in the forefront of the Garden Condo 3 Neighborhood Awareness program. Traveling the community avenues in a Golf Cart, Di Klein and Barbara Hurley spot homes coming up for sale or sold and track when new owners are due to join the neighborhood. In many cases, these friendly and knowledgeable residents are the first contact new owners have to the area. They provide valuable information about the community, local Association information, Village resources, contact names, numbers and of course, when the many happy hour gatherings occur. The information they gather also updates the community email and emergency contact phone number directory, and identifies when to expect them in residence or away.
Be an informed and aware member of your local neighborhood, attend your Block Watch gatherings and participate. If you do not know who your Neighborhood Watch Captain is, contact the main HOA office, or your local Condo Association Board. There always is a need, do please consider serving as a neighborhood Captain, and expand your friendships here in the Village.