Code of Conduct

Community Common Areas Code of Conduct
 
WHEREAS, Johnson Ranch Community Association (“Association”) has authority pursuant to the Amended and Restated Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, Restrictions, Assessments, Charges, Servitudes, Liens, Reservations and Easements (“Declaration”) and the Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Johnson Ranch Community Association, Inc. (“Bylaws”) to manage the affairs of the Association.
 
WHEREAS, In accordance with the Article VII, Section 1 Powers.  “The Board of Directors shall have the power to: (a) adopt and publish rules and regulations governing the use of the Common Area, The personal conduct of the Members and their guests thereon and any other matters contemplated by the Declaration or Articles and to establish penalties for the infraction thereof;”
 
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED, that the Johnson Ranch Community Association is committed to providing a safe and welcoming environment for all of our members and guests.  To ensure safety and comfort for all, we ask individuals to act appropriately at all times while using Johnson Ranch facilities, parks and common areas.
 
Johnson Ranch Community Associations expects person using the member owned facilities to behave in a mature and responsible manner and respect the rights and dignity of others.  This Code of Conduct does not permit language or action that can hurt or frighten another person or falls below a generally accepted standard of contact.  Specifically, this includes:
 
  1. No Loitering permitted;
  2. Angry or vulgar language including swearing, name-calling and shouting;
  3. Physical conduct with another person in any angry or threatening way;
  4. Clothing with vulgar wording, symbols or gang markings is prohibited;
  5. Any demonstration of sexual activity or sexual contact with another person;
  6. Harassment or intimidation by words, gestures, body language or any other menacing behavior,
  7. Behavior which intends to or results in theft or destruction of property;
  8. Carrying or concealing any weapons or devices which may be used as weapons;
  9. Use of fireworks in the Association common areas is prohibited;
  10. All pets must be on a leash and owners are responsible for pet clean-up;
  11. All trash and or litter must be picked up and properly discarded;
  12. The sale, possession, distribution or use of any illegal substance including alcohol (and tobacco use by minors) by any individual on Johnson Ranch property is prohibited and will constitute grounds for immediate removal from a JRCA amenity or common area.
 
Suspension of privileges and or fines may result from any violation of this Code of Conduct
 
Johnson Ranch Community Association
Common Area Park Rules
The Johnson Ranch Community Association, Inc. (the "Association") Common Area Park (the "Park") and its facilities are intended for the primary use of the Association members and residents. The following Rules are for the Park, and owners are responsible for the conduct of any guest, tenant or invitee.
 
  1.  Park hours shall be from sunrise until 9:00 p.m.
  2.  No alcohol is permitted
  3.  No glass containers are allowed in the Park or parking lot.
  4.  Loitering is not permitted.
  5.  Pets must be on a leash at all times, and the pet owner is responsible to clean-up after the pet.
  6.  No motorized vehicles of any kind are allowed in the Park except in areas designated and marked for such vehicles.
  7.  Horeshoes, baketball, and volleyball games must be limited to areas designated for such activities.
  8.  No harrasment or intimidation (whether by words or gestures) is permitted.
  9.  The sale of food or drink is prohibited unless prior approval from the Association is given.
  10.  Ramada usage is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
  11.  Incidental trash must be disposed of in trash cans.  Trash must be carried home if park trash cans are full.
  12.  No electrical outlet use is permitted.
  13.  If more than 10 family members will be in the Park or if any vendor is being used, prior to permission from the Association must be given.