Three community pools... Plenty of room!!
Families spending time together...
The natural beauty of the foothills
If you prefer gated....Stonegate
Always a good day for golf!
The beauty of the Desert
Solera...Adult Active Gated Community
Board of Directors
JOHNSON RANCH COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION
When you buy a property governed by an Association, you automatically become a member of that association and agree to pay dues and follow the rules. Association rules are called covenants, conditions, and restrictions (CC&Rs). Associations are non-profit organizations formed by a real estate developer to own and maintain common green areas, streets, and sidewalks and to enforce covenants to preserve the appearance of the development. It is operated for the benefit of all the residents of the community.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
The Johnson Ranch Community Association is governed by an elected Board of Directors comprise of owners in good standing who have volunteered to serve their community. The board holds five positions: President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer and Director. Each member serves a two-year term.
The Board of Directors meets twice a month. One meeting is a work session and one is the monthly board meeting. The work sessions are to discuss the items for that month’s meeting. No voting takes place at the work session. Open meetings are for the Board of Directors to discuss the agenda items and vote as needed. Topics that affect the entire membership are discussed in open meetings.
Work session meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month (in room D-107 at 6pm) and Board meetings on the fourth Tuesday of each month (in room A-101 at 6:30pm). Both of the meetings are held at Central Arizona College. These meetings are open to the Association membership. Residents are encouraged to attend.
As a homeowner in Johnson Ranch you have the right and the responsibility to vote, attend all meetings and voice your opinion to benefit Johnson Ranch. Very often throughout the year, volunteers are sought for committees to work on or solve specific issues and advise the board of solutions. Committees provide a valuable asset to the board to do research, hold discussions and bring choices of a solution to the Board. Committees can be utilized to look at short or long term projects and are established by a charter from the Board of Directors.
Currently Johnson Ranch landscape is managed by a professional management company, DLC Resources. They have provided a 2017 Johnson Ranch Plant Book to resident’s on shrub and tree care. This is a helpful tool for residents to use to maintain their front and back yards.
Johnson Ranch is managed by a professional management company, CCMC. CCMC is a community association management company that takes care of business and people. At CCMC, the unique brand of community management is about human connectivity- bringing people and neighborhoods together. The Johnson Ranch management team is on-site in the Community Office. They are responsible for the daily operations, performing ongoing maintenance duties and communication with residents. All decisions made by the Board of Directors and the management company works at the Boards direction.
Current 2017/2018 Board of Directors:
- Al Hague- President
- Dave Jones- Vice President
- Tim Bushnell- Treasurer
- Michelle DeVoe- Secretary
- Jack Ruedy- Director
Value of a Strong Homeowners Association
There are two components to what makes an Association strong. At Johnson Ranch we are fortunate to have both active membership and a strong financial position. The saying that there is strength in numbers is particularly true for an Association. In past years when the housing markets declined and home values sank, many Community Associations around the country fell into hard times. Johnson Ranch has always had a strong financial position and therefore was able to weather those storms successfully. That financial strength continues today with forward thinking and planning and a somewhat conservative approach to management. The benefit to the homeowners is for the property to grow in value and for the new homeowner, a strong Association can provide financial benefits when seeking a mortgage on a home in Johnson Ranch. While the Board is seeking to expand the amenities and to continue to improve the lifestyle at Johnson Ranch, they are also committed to protecting the future by assuring the financial reserves are sufficient to protect the current assets of the Association. One more reason for Johnson Ranch to be at the top of the list for anyone seeking a new home in the area.