Your community newsletter is now available on the website. To access the prior months/years newsletters, please visit the Newsletter Page.
We are excited to announce Trabuco Highlands Community 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 minutes, forms, community rules and regulations and much more! Also, the management contact information is located under the Contacts Section titled Keystone Pacific. Don’t forget, you can also check your billing account by accessing the View Statement/Pay Bill page under the Navigation Menu.
The KPPM Connection is an online tool that offers enhanced homeowner services. Using the portal, you can:
Please visit The KPPM Connection! Please log in using your account online email address and password. If you have not registered, please have your billing statement available to enter in the required information. If you need assistance, please contact Customer Care at (949) 833-2600 or email@example.com.
- Make Online Payments
- View Current and Previous Statements and Billing Inserts
- Print Account History Reports
- View and Update Enhanced Email Notification Features
For added convenience, we also offer an ACH program in which your monthly assessment payments are automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. You will no longer have to remember when to pay your payment, write a check, or pay for any more postage! To sign up, please download a copy of the ACH Form.
Saturday October 9th, 9:00 a.m.: Please attend another NW meeting to be held at the pool parking lot to visit with Captain Kennedy, RSM PD, to hear crime waive updates and signup for your street’s neighborhood watch program.
8/12/2021: Locking Mailboxes are now allowed in Trabuco Highlands with no further architectural submittal, if the attached specification is followed. Please note that installation of a Locking Mailbox is at your risk and subject to any post office requirements. Thank you!
Please follow the attached instructions to establish your homeowner portal to receive community notices, browse documents, download applications, make electronic payments and more! You will need your account # to register, it is found at top of your billing statement, or contact: CustomerCare@Keystonepacific.com to ask for your account #. Thank you!
Protect your home and valuables… help eliminate crime in your area by securing your home and surroundings. Please find a survey presented by OC Sheriff’s Department for your use and evaluation of your home.
TO ALL MEMBERS: Please attend a Crime Prevention & Neighborhood Watch community meeting on Saturday, August 21st, at 9:00 am to meet and hear information and safety tips from Orange County Sheriff’s officials, as well as meet neighbors and learn how to get involved with the Neighborhood Watch group for your street. See you then!
Important information on upcoming California legislation impacting HOAs. Please call your local representative to voice your opinion on these bills, thank you!
Please find the most recent White Paper developed by the Communities for Responsible Development Committee:
The Community Associations of Rancho (CAR) is an organization comprised of the seven master homeowners associations in Rancho Santa Margarita. CAR’s mission is to create a synergy that will build and strengthen the Rancho Santa Margarita community from within. CAR meets on a regular basis to discuss matters that could impact the community and homeowners associations.
City Required to Increase Housing including the Low-Income Housing
The Community Associations of Rancho (CAR) met on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 to hear a presentation from the City of Rancho Santa Margarita regarding the Regional Housing Needs Allocation (RHNA) and Housing Element Update. The State requires Cities to update their Housing Element every eight years, and Rancho Santa Margarita’s is due in October 2021. The Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) distributes the regional housing need provided by the State. Under the Regional Housing Needs Allocation, Rancho Santa Margarita is required to plan for 680 new housing units. Of the 680 required units, 454 must be low to moderate-income housing. The City of Rancho Santa Margarita appealed this allocation; however, SCAG did not grant the appeal.
The City is conducting a Public Outreach program from January – March, seeking input from the community. Homeowners can obtain additional information and learn how they can be part of the process by visiting the City’s website at http://www.cityofrsm.org/622/Housing-Element-Update-2021.