Governing Documents


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Contact SSOA:

Hours: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 10am-3pm
Association Manager: Shelly Thompson
Office: (530) 644-2182
Fax: (530) 644-8423
email: info@sierraspringsowners.org


Board of Directors

President - Roger DeGray
Vice President - Cathy Peterson
Treasurer - Tom Jeanes
Secretary - Donna Barrese
Director - Ray Schoenwandt

About your SSOA:

Sierra Springs Owners Association provides essential services and governance for the Sierra Springs property owners. The board and related committees are maintained by members of the SSOA property owners directly. The Association helps to ensure our roads are cleared of snow in the winter and that fire hazards are minimized during the summer months. Swimming pools and related facilities are maintained along with the clubhouse and other related areas. Your SSOA dues help to support these amenities and services. Refer to the Governance section of this website for more information.

Association Dues:

Association dues provide funding for the many things maintained by the Association. Dues are billed quarterly on all lots in Sierra Springs on the first of January, April, July and October, and are due within 30 days of those dates regardless of receiving a bill. The following list shows the amounts due per quarter depending upon the lot location and/or road usage:
  • $180.00 for lots on Association maintained roads
  • $160.00 for lots on County maintained roads (Units 1-4)
  • $50.00 for non-association properties with ingress/egress road usage

Dues / Collections questions:

Sacramento Management Company
P.O. Box 214707 Sacramento, CA 95821-0707

Accounting Department contact:

Dee Ann Freeman
Email: deeann@sacmgmt.net
Phone 916-974-0147
Fax 916-974-0174

SSOA Governance Documents


Election Rules

Director Election Form



2021 Annual Information Packet

Overall area MAP

Area MAP with parcel address

Area MAP with APN

Articles Of IncorporationThe articles of incorporation outline the governance of a corporation along with the corporate bylaws and the corporate statutes in the state where articles of incorporation are filed. The articles of incorporation typically include the name of the corporation, the type of corporate structure (e.g. profit corporation, nonprofit corporation, benefit corporation, professional corporation), the registered agent of authorized shares, the effective date, the duration (perpetual by default), and the names and signatures of the incorporators.


BylawsBylaws are a legal document that outlines how an organization will be governed. Bylaws direct activities such as frequency of meetings, membership requirements, voting procedures, amendment procedures, and more.


Browning Reserve Study The intention of the reserve study is to forecast the Association’s ability to repair or replace major components as they wear out in future years, and to provide the Association’s Board of Directors with the information necessary to make the reserve projection disclosures required by law. The costs to be outlined in the study are for budgetary and planning purposes only. Actual bid costs will depend upon the defined scope of work at the time repairs are made, and on actual price levels prevailing at the time that the future repairs must be done. The estimates of future repair costs in the report will be good faith estimates and projections, based upon estimated future inflation rates which may or may not prove accurate.


Fines PolicyThis document explains the fines as they pertain to CC&R and rule infractions.


Collections Policy This document contains the Sierra Springs Membership Assessment collection policy effective August, 2020.


Architectural Policies
The CC&Rs and SSOA Rules require Architectural approval prior to the placement of, or exterior modification of, any structure on a property. Architectural Application Forms are available on the SSOA website (www.sierraspringsowners.org) or can be obtained at the SSOA office. Architectural approval is required for the following, but not limited to, decks, driveways, fences, garages, paint colors, roofs, ground solar systems, sheds and recreational vehicles. The Architectural Application, when applicable, needs to include the following: Footprint of the existing (if applicable) and proposed new structure or item; property lines, easements, building setbacks, fence lines, adjacent properties and adjacent streets; exterior construction materials; paint color swatch; Vehicle type (RV, Trailer, Equipment).