The 479 homes of Sierra Bonita Village and 71 homes of Turtle Creek Estates are combined as a single senior housing development project in the City of Paso Robles, California.   A senior housing development insures that at least one senior resides in each home.  Age restrictions are as follows: one resident must have attained the age of fifty-five (55) years of age and no resident shall be under the age of twenty-five (25) years of age.   

The Majority of the units are one or two bedroom duplexes with each owner being responsible for the maintenance their unit, its exterior maintenance, landscaping and homeowners insurance. There are approximately twenty stand alone units. The Village units were built between 1979 and 1988 along with the newer addition of Turtle Creek Estates in 2005.

There is a lovely greenbelt stretching along the middle of the Village with a paved walking path, park bench seating and doggie waste-bag stations by the bulletin boards.  Within a half mile of the Village is the Paso Robles Senior Center located at 270 Scott Street. The Senior Center offers many activities, classes and programs for an annual fee of $12.00 per person and $15.00 per couple. Phone: (805) 237-3880. Next to the Senior Center is an enclosed dog park. Here dogs can learn to socialize with other dogs. There are two sections to separate larger dogs from smaller ones. 

As a common interest development, Sierra Bonita Village is governed by the Davis Stirling Act along with a Board of Directors. Any resident-homeowner who wishes to serve on the Board, should contact the office at [email protected].  

Dues are $65.00 per year and are paid the first day of January each year. Dues income is used to cover costs for administration, the distribution and filing of required documents, legal assistance, the preparation and distribution of the newsletter and maintenance of the website.