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2020 Board Election Results

The 2020 Board Election was held on Tuesday March 10th.  We received 239 valid ballots.  Congratulations to Nicole York and Stephen Hodge on receiving the highest number of votes and therefore being elected to the Board.

Enclosed are the full results for your review. SLM 2020 Inspectors Report

Immediately following the Annual Meeting, the Board met to select the below Board Positions:

President: Jacob Rambo
Vice President: Barbara Patterson
Treasurer: Stephen Hodge
Secretary: Alison Aleman
Director: Nicole York

Board Position Statement On Proposed CNU Hospital & Biotech Lab Project

Below you will find the Board’s position statement regarding the proposed California Northwestern University (CNU) hospital and biotech lab project.

If you are interested in being involved and working with the Community on communicating the Board’s position, please contact Management using the following link, or directly to

2019 EGH_Jan 2020 Statement FINAL

Annual Homeowner Disclosure

Civil Code §4041 requires owners, on an annual basis, to provide notice to their association of four pieces of information:

1) Mailing address to receive notices from the Association (if different than Property Address)
2) Secondary address (if any) to receive notices from the Association
3) Name and address of Legal Representative (if any), including any person with power of attorney or other person who can be contacted in the event of the owner’s extended absence
4) Status of Property (Owner-Occupied, Rented, Vacant or Undeveloped Land)

Please provide the information listed above by visiting your association’s Connect Community Website at under the “My Account” section by: December 1, 2019.

Your responses to the questions above will dictate your proper receipt of important Association information. Please note that if the information above is not provided, the last address provided in writing by the owner, or if none, the property address shall be deemed the address to which notices are to be delivered. The Association thanks you for your cooperation as we seek to comply with this legislation.

To register for the Connect Community Website to provide the information above, please navigate to Registration is completed by clicking REGISTER on this page and entering in your email address and mobile phone number. If both are found in our database, you will receive either an email or text to finalize registration. This 2-factor authentication method ensures the highest levels in security!

If your mobile number and/or email is not found, please call our Customer Care Center for fast, live support 24/7 at 1-800-428-5588 to help finalize your registration.


In accordance with the Association’s governing documents, the Association must give due process to homeowners who violate the Community’s CC&R’s or Adopted Rules and Regulations. When an infraction is noticed by monthly inspections or reported by a member, the homeowner is normally sent a letter requesting compliance. If the homeowner still fails to comply, a hearing before the Board of Directors is scheduled to hear testimony, assess fines and determine any further courses of action to bring the member into compliance.

To ensure compliance with the Community’s CC&R’s or Adopted Rules and Regulations, owners may be fined not less than $50.00 not more than $250.00 per occurrence or continuation of  violations. Fine amounts are to be set by the Board of Directors based on the merits of each violation. Additionally, the Board reserves the right to suspend privileges at any level during the enforcement proceedings.

Should an Architectural Change be completed prior to receiving authorization, an automatic fine of two hundred and fifty dollars ($250.00) will be immediately assessed to the account following a Hearing with the Board of Directors.

Proposed CNU Hospital – Homeowner Comments 

On January 29, 2019 the Board of Directors held a special members only meeting to discuss the potential building of the California Northstate University Hospital (CNU). During the meeting, Professional Registered Parliamentarian (Moderator), Lorenzo Cuesta and his assistant recorded the member comments. Please see the attached summary divided by Pros, Cons and Misc. Comments. Scroll down to the bottom of this email and click on the attachments link to view.

Stonelake Summary Comments

Stonelake Member – Welcome Letter

Are you new to the Community? Thinking about purchasing? Or even just need a refresher on some of the key information for the Community? Check out the Welcome Letter for important details regarding the HOA. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to the Management office at 916-714-9511.

Welcome Letter New Member

Single Room Rentals – A Violation of the CC&Rs

Did you know, rooms from homes in Stonelake are not allowed to be rented out individually? Renting individual rooms is against the CCR&S as outlined in the below noted sections. Members found in violation of these rules are subject to assessed fines to the account and suspension of Membership Privileges, including restricting access to the Clubhouse and Community Events.

CC&Rs Leasing of Lots Sections:
4.4.1 No Owner shall be permitted to lease his or her Lot for transient or hotel purposes for a period of less than thirty (30) days.

4.4.2 of the CC&Rs, No Owner may lease less than the entire Lot.

4.4.3 Any Lease agreement is required to provide that the terms of the lease shall be subject in all respects to the provisions of the Declaration, the Bylaws and any Rules and Regulations adopted by the Association and that any failure by the lease to comply with the terms of such documents shall constitute a default under the lease.

4.4.4 All leases are required to be in writing and any Owner who enters into a lease of his or her Lot shall, if requested by the Association, provide the Association, on a form provided by the Association, such information regarding the lessees and/or the lease as the Board deems prudent for purposes of notice and access into the Development (such as names, addresses, ages, types of vehicles and licensee plate numbers).

Updated Guest Policy

During the Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Board meeting the Board of Directors voted to adopt the new guest policy effective immediately.

New Policy

  • Members Only Days – Mondays and Fridays
  • 3 Guests per Household
  • Additional 3 Guests allowed at $4 each
  • Total 6 Guests per Household

Exceptions to the Members Only Days

  • Holidays that fall on a Mondays
  • Private rentals on Fridays
  • Calendared community classes

If you have any questions about the new policy, please contact Management.

Patrol Service Update

During the October 10, 2017 Executive Session meeting, the Board met with three patrol vendors. Following their meeting with each vendor, the Board determined to continue on with Stonegate Protection for a one year term. They also approved an additional 16 hours of weekly daytime patrols. Day patrols will be 4 hours per day, 4 days a week, staggered Monday – Friday between 8:00AM-5:00PM.

If you have any questions or concerns about patrols, please be sure to contact Management so that appropriate follow up may occur.

As a reminder Stonegate can be reached by dialing 1-888-774-0035 and entering the extension, 916.  You will then be prompted to say your name and will be connected via one of the following avenues:

  1. 9:00PM-5:00AM – Calls to the extension go directly to the officer on duty’s phone.
  2. 8:00AM-5:30PM – Calls to the extension go directly to Stonegate’s office.  The office will then contact the daytime roving officer, if they’re on duty.
  3. Between Off Duty Hours of 5:00AM-8:00AM and 5:30PM-9:00PM, a voicemail may be left. The Stonegate Protection office will be notified and calls will be returned.

As always, the Elk Grove Police Department should be your first point of contact for any crimes in progress.