Welcome to Sierra Bonita Village
Sierra Bonita Village and Turtle Creek Estates are senior housing planned development projects in the City of Paso Robles, California.
The 479 houses of Sierra Bonita Village and the 71 houses of Turtle Creek estates are combined as a common interest development designated as a senior community, which is governed by a Board of Directors and the Covenants, Conditions and Regulations of the Sierra Bonita Village Homeowners Association, Incorporated. As such, one resident must be over the age of fifty-five years and no resident may be under the age of twenty-five years. The majority of the units are duplexes with each owner responsible for the maintenance of their unit, its exterior and landscaping and homeowners insurance.
Sierra Bonita Village/Turtle Creek Estates are within a half mile of the Paso Robles Senior Center located at 270 Scott Street. The Senior Center offers many activities, classes and programs for an annual membership fee of $12.00 per person and $15.00 per couple. Phone 237-3880.
Next to the Senior Center is an enclosed dog park, where dogs can learn to socialize with other dogs. The dog park is supported by donations. There is a section for larger dogs, which is separate from the section for smaller dogs.
Sierra Bonita Village is governed by a Board of Directors, who conduct monthly board meetings that are held the third Wednesday of each month at 2:00 PM, at the Paso Robles Senior Center, 270 Scott Street, Paso Robles. All homeowners, tenants and the public are welcome to attend. The Annual General Meeting held in February each year and is a town-hall type meeting, where Association’s finances, homeowner’s concerns and the general direction of the Board of Directors are discussed.
Dues are $62.00 annually and are due the first day of January each year. The dues are used to cover the administrative costs for maintaining Sierra Bonita Village as a common interest development for seniors and the distribution and filing of required documentation, legal fees associated with the implementation of the CC&R’s and the publication of the quarterly newsletter. (see budget)