Committees

There are five committees within Crosswoods. The Architectural Control Committee (ACC), The Finance & Insurance Committee (F&I), The Landscape Control Committee (LCC), The Pool Committee, & Neighborhood Watch Committee. Here’s some insight as to who they are and what their responsibilities include.

Architectural Control Committee

The Architectural Control Committee is comprised of Homeowner volunteers. They are responsible for reviewing applications for alterations to the exterior of a unit, such as decks, windows, and doors, so as to keep the architectural appearance of Crosswoods as pristine as possible. The committee welcomes new members as openings become available. If you are interested, please attend a meeting. The Committee meets on the First Tuesday of each month in the Crosswoods Meeting Room at 6:00 p.m.

See the Forms link to print an Architectural Alteration Application or you may pick up an application in the office.

Finance & Insurance Committee

The Finance & Insurance Committe is appointed by and serves at the pleasure of the Board of Directors. The committee consists of three or more members. According to the CC&Rs, The Association’s Chief Financial Officer (C.F.O) or Treasurer is an automatic member of the F&I committee.

The Committee’s responsibilities include:

  • Reviewing financial statements from the Association’s bookkeeper and the financial highlights document from the Association Manager monthly.
  • Analyze and advise the Board of Directors as to action on all bid projects and substantial outright purchases.
  • Along with the Association Manager, draft and present the operating budget for each upcoming fiscal year.
  • Along with the Association Manager, review and present the reserve budget as prepared by the reserve budget contractor.
  • Along with the Association Manager, reviews insurance proposals yearly and proposes the best combination of price and coverage for the Board of Directors to consider and approve.
  • Prepares an annual budget and recommends the monthly rental rate based on the annual cost of operation for the RV Lot.
  • Formulates and recommends the necessary rules to the Board of Directors for the RV Lot operation.

RV Lot ~ For the convenience of homeowners with RV’s, a 71 space RV lot is provided for a reasonable rental fee. Availability will vary depending on vacancy and size requirements. If you are interested in renting a space, contact the Association for availability.

Landscape Committee

The Landscape Committee is comprised of Homeowner volunteers devoted to maintaining a beautifully landscaped appearance. They review alteration applications submitted to the office and refer applications to the Board of Directors when necessary. Types of requests reviewed by the committee include: removal of trees or shrubs, planting, and other landscape improvements.

The committee meets on the second Tuesday of the month at 9:00am to visit the applying homes. They then reconvene to a later session at 4:00pm to approve/disapprove applications. Homeowners are encouraged to attend the meeting if possible. The Landscape Committee welcomes any new members as openings become available. If you are interested please contact the office.

Click on the Forms link to print a Landscape Alteration Application, then turn it is to the Office.

Pool Committee

The Pool Committee is made up of a group of volunteer homeowners who are dedicated to the quality and security of the Association’s three swimming pools.

They provide regular inspections of the pools to assure that the surroundings and restrooms are clean and properly equipped. They also watch for trespassers, vandals, misbehavior and/or improper use of the pools. Safety is a primary concern.

During the swimming season, committee members regularly visit the pools night and day. They can be identified by a red tag worn around their necks, necklace style, stating “POOL COMMITTEE.” New members are always welcome.

The Pool Committee reports to the Board of Directors and to the Association Manager when the situation requires immediate attention. Trespassing and vandalism are immediately reported to the Citrus Heights Police Department. If you do not have a pool key or you have lost your pool key, please contact the office for a new key.

Neighborhood Watch Committee

Neighborhood Watch is one of the most effective ways to prevent crime and help revitalize our community. It is a crime prevention program which enlists the active participation of residents here at Crosswoods in cooperation with law enforcement to reduce crime.

The program involves neighbors getting to know each other, learning how to work together, and residents recognizing and reporting suspicious activity in their neighborhoods. The extra “eyes and ears” of aware neighbors will help catch the criminals.

Here at crosswoods, each street or cul-de sac has a coordinator that keeps an updated list of residents and contact information. They are also responsible for delivering the Newsletter and other Association information when warranted.