In accordance with California Civil Code Section 4360(a), the Board of Directors hereby provides you with a minimum of twenty-eight (28) days’ notice of proposed changes they are considering to the Monarch Beach Master Association Rules and Regulations. The purpose of this notice is to offer members an opportunity to provide comments and opinions on the proposed changes.
Governor Newsome issued Executive Order N-33-20. It ordered all individuals living in California to stay in their place of residence. In response to this, Keystone and your association vendors have put policies in place to abide by the new guidelines.
On December 02, 2019, the Annual Meeting of the Members for the Monarch Beach Master Homeowners Association was conducted and subsequently, the Annual Meeting of the Delegates for the Monarch Beach Master Homeowners Association was held. Click Read more to see who got elected to serve as a Director.
Please see below the Proposed Rules and Regulations and IDR Policy as of July 26, 2019.
Please click “Read more” to view details of the rule change.
Please check out your community alternative dispute resolution summary by clicking on the “Read more” link.
Please click on the link for a copy of the 2018 Delinquency Policy, for handy reference.
A new antenna has been installed at the Stonehill gate and is now working. Please see inside for details.
Several areas of this community website have been secured and will require you to log in to view the secured pages. Please log in using your KPPM Connection email address and password. If you have not registered to use our
We are excited to announce Monarch Beach Master Homeowners Association’s newly designed community website. Our website’s new look, user-friendly navigation and responsive design are just some of the new features you will enjoy. Residents can obtain the latest newsletter, board meeting