FAQs

How many homes does Peralta Trails have and which ones have access to the pool and recreational facility?

It contains over 830 homes but only 384 homes have access to a small pool and recreational facility. This subdivision is known as Desert Glory and was developed at a later stage. Homeowners in Desert Glory pay an additional assessment fee for the use and maintenance of the pool and recreational facility.

To find out if a home has access to the pool/recreational facility, click on “Home is Peralta Trails” on this website and then click on “Amenities.” The streets with homes having access to the pool/recreational facility are listed at the bottom of the “Amenities” page.

Can I drive my ATV or golf cart through the community?

No. ATVs, golf carts and similar vehicles are prohibited within the community. Owners are required to trailer these vehicles out of the community for use. Owners observed driving these vehicles within the community are subject to violation notices and monetary penalties.

Is Peralta Trails governed by a homeowners association (HOA)?

Yes, you automatically become a member of the HOA when you purchase a home and will be charged HOA fee(s) and are expected to follow HOA rules. Read the governing documents, especially the Peralta Trails Rules and Design Guidelines, which can be viewed on this website under “HOA Doc’s.”

What are HOA fees?

The Association must have operating funds for daily maintenance, repairs, administration and adequate reserve funds for major repairs or replacement of common property and roads. The current assessment is set at $55 per owner, due the first day of each month. Homeowners in the Desert Glory Subdivision Assessment Area (sometimes referred to as the Special Assessment Area) are required to pay an additional $40, also due the first day of every month. The Board may determine that it is necessary to increase the assessment amount from year to year, depending on the cost of operation and maintenance of the community.

When is the trash and recycling waste picked up?

Both trash and recycling is picked up each Friday morning. Containers may be placed out no earlier than 4:00 PM the day before pickup. Bins must be placed on the road, a minimum of four feet apart, next to the curb. Do not block sidewalk access with your trash containers. Emptied containers must be placed out of sight of neighboring lots, either in the garage or in the rear yard, no later than 9:00 PM the day of pickup. Right Away Disposal observes 4 Holidays throughout the year and will not be providing collection service on these Holidays: Independence Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, New Year’s Day. If your service day falls on one of the above listed holidays, then you will receive service the following day. The rest of the week following the holiday is also pushed back one day, with Friday’s customers being serviced on Saturday.

See Trash and Recycling information for Peralta Trails

See Bulk Pick-up details and dates

What are the parking regulations in the community?

Overnight parking is prohibited on all Peralta Trails streets. Owners and their guests may use the Peralta Trails Elementary School parking lot for overflow parking after school hours. Temporary parking of motor homes, campers, recreation vehicles, boats and boat trailers and other such vehicles may be parked on the concrete driveway for a period of not more than seventy-two hours in any seven day period for the purpose of loading or unloading. Such vehicles cannot obstruct sidewalks or otherwise impede pedestrian traffic. For further details regarding vehicles and parking, please refer to Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions, Section 3.16 (page 16). Please contact the community manager prior to parking your vehicle on site.


How can owners obtain access to the entrance gates?

The Association has a 4-digit code for the entrance gates that changes monthly. The gate codes may be obtained by calling Trestle Management Co., the community manager – ask for Loretta Carbajal, Assistant Manager, at 480-422-0888 x 1009 or email her at lcarbajal@trestlemanagement.com.

Two entrance gate remotes were given to the original homeowner. Sellers should leave the gate remotes in their home for the Buyers. If the original remote(s) are missing/lost or not transferred as part of the sale of the home, remotes may be purchased for $35 each from Trestle Management Co. Also, one additional remote per lot may be purchased from Trestle Management Co. for $35. For assistance in this matter, contact Loretta Carbajal, Assistant Manager, at 480-422-0888 x 1009 or email her at lcarbajal@trestlemanagement.com.

Why are the entrance gates sometimes held open?

The gates are held open the third Sunday of each month from 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM, to allow realtors to hold open houses in the community. Gates are also held open twice each year for the community garage sales.


What is the HOA Board of Directors?

The Board of Directors is comprised of five volunteer homeowners who are elected by the community. These Board members serve the community as volunteers, and are all owners and residents in Peralta Trails.


When does the HOA Board meet?

The Board usually meets on the fourth Thursday of each month at the Gold Canyon Resort & Spa on Kings Ranch Road at the Town Hall center. The meeting schedule is subject to change, so please contact the Community Manager for individual meeting details.


What are the CC&R's and can they be changed?

The Declaration ofCommunity Covenants and Restrictions (commonly referred to as CC&R's) are documents governing the community. They provide legal information regarding rights, responsibilities, and restrictions pertaining to the entire property that comprises Peralta Trails. The CC&R’s were put into effect by the builder of this community in 2001 and are beyond the control of any past or current Board of Directors.

For any change to be made to the CC&R’s, written approval or an affirmative vote of not less than 75% of the total HOA must be obtained--a minimum of 632 out of all 832 eligible votes.

For any change to the CC&R’s regarding the Subdivision Assessment Area (sometimes referred to as the special assessment area or Desert Glory) requires:

1. Written approval or an affirmative vote of not less than 50% plus 1 of the total eligible votes from the Subdivision Assessment Area (a minimum of 196 out of 384 eligible votes)

2. Followed by written approval or an affirmative vote of not less than 75% of the total HOA—a minimum of 632 out of all 832 eligible votes.


What are the Design Guidelines?

In order to protect property values and to preserve the character of the community, the ARC has prepared Design Guidelines. Prior written approval from the ARC is required for certain modifications to the exterior of your home, including modifications made to both the front and back yards. The form and procedure to submit a modification request to the ARC is included in your copy of the Design Guidelines. Do not schedule or begin modifications without prior written approval from the ARC.