Welcome to Shadow Mountain Ranch. This planned community consists of 847 single family homes, located in the Southwest area of Las Vegas, Nevada. The community is located approximately 15 miles from the Las Vegas Strip, near the 215 W. and in the shadow of the Spring Mountains mountain range.
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Maintaining Your Community
The Association recently engaged with service providers to reseal the concrete pots at the monument signs and to clean the monument signs themselves. We’re happy to see these components brought back to a shining state.
Upcoming projects for consideration include plant and rock replacement, potentially installing holiday decorations on the monument signs and some of the crash gates this holiday season and hosting holiday decorating contests for Halloween and the winter holidays.
If you have any feedback or any ideas to improve and maintain your community, please contact your community manager at Ashley.email@example.com. Thank you!
Duly Elected Notice
The Association wishes to thank Melvin Ross O’Dell and Michael Pizzi for their continued efforts volunteering to serve on the Shadow Mountain Ranch Community Association Board. Both individuals were duly elected to serve another two-year term on the board. Shadow Mountain Ranch Duly Elected Notice (2021-2022)
SNWA Watering Schedule
The Association works with its contracted landscaper to ensure that our irrigation timers are set in compliance with the SNWA’s watering schedule. Homeowners must also adhere to this schedule for their front and backyard irrigation needs. Watering clocks may be set to no more than 3 days a week through April. Beginning May 1st, we can move to six days a week.
For more information visit https://www.snwa.com/importance-of-conservation/watering-group/index.html.
Report Maintenance Issues
The Association maintains the exterior perimeter walls as needed throughout the community. Areas of staining and water leaching are cleaned and fresh coats of paint are applied as needed. While the community’s governing documents are clear in regards to maintenance obligations – the Association is responsible for the maintenance of the exterior of the perimeter wall and the adjacent homeowner is responsible for the structure of the wall– when you take cause for damage into account, things become a little more complicated. Much of the staining and water leaching may be caused by factors under the control of the homeowner on their side of the wall, to include irrigation hitting the wall, leaking pool components, lack of below-grade water proofing, etc. But in some cases the staining could be from a condition related to the original construction of the wall, such as the amount of lime present in the block. Or in some instances the staining may be from irrigation on the Association’s side of the wall.
If you live in a home that has a wall abutting one of the main thoroughfare streets within the community, you’ve probably received letters from the HOA as it has worked through how it will address this issue, which negatively impacts the aesthetic of the community. We thank you for your communication with us and cooperation in fixing issues, as needed.
After review of the issue with experts in the construction field and careful consideration of all factors involved, the Association has determined that at this time, it will consider this type of maintenance to be at the expense of the Association, unless at the Boards discretion, the cause of staining is readily apparent. In which case, the costs related to maintenance of the exterior of the wall will be assessed back to the responsible party.
The Board reserves the right to evaluate any additional information that may come to light, additional expert opinions, and to review and change the Association’s stance on this matter, as needed.