We require all tenants to complete a PetScreening profile (even those without pets) to ensure compliance with our pet policy. If you select the “No Pets or Animals” option or the “Assistance Animals” option, there is no charge to complete your profile.
Roseville Greens Homeowners Association’s Rules and Regulations
- No household pets shall be chained or otherwise tethered anywhere outside the unit or inside the carports.
- Pet owners shall be responsible for the prompt and sanitary disposal of pet wastes from the common area (Roseville Municipal Code Chapter 7.14).
- Pet owners shall not allow their pets to bark, howl or otherwise disturb any resident.
- Pet owners shall be strictly liable for damages caused by their pet, be it body or property. This includes damages to lawn areas.
- The Board reserves the right to prohibit the keeping or maintaining of any animal within the Roseville Greens that constitutes a continued nuisance to any resident.
- The City of Roseville leash law is in effect within Roseville Greens. Licensing and vaccination requirement also apply. Dogs are not allowed to run loose in any part of the Common Area (Roseville Municipal Code Chapter 7.12.010).
- The CC&Rs stipulate 1 animal per unit (this includes cats). The maximum weight limit of the animal shall not exceed 30 lbs.
- If any animal is found unsupervised or roaming the Common Area, Animal Control will be called to remove the animal from the community at the owner’s expense.
- Dogs listed on the 10 most dangerous dog breeds are prohibited from residing in or visiting the Roseville Greens community. The following is a list of dog breeds not allowed in the community: Pit Bull, Rottweiler, Husky-Mix, German Shepherd, Alaskan Malamute, Doberman Pinscher, Chow Chow, Great Dane, Akita and a mixed breed of any combination of the above dogs.
Of the above, only registered service dogs/companions (documentation papers will be required) for people with disabilities will be allowed, with written permission from the Roseville Greens HOA.
ESTABLISHMENT OF FINES
If the Board finds that a violation of a Rule or Regulation leads to unsafe conditions, adversely affects property values, disrupts the quiet habitability of the neighborhood and/or may cause a raise in homeowner’s dues, the subject owner in violation (who will subsequently hold the tenant responsible for payment) of the Rule or Regulation may be fined as follows:
- COURTESY NOTICE: Warning with a specific time to comply
- HEARING LETTER NOTICE OF VIOLATION: $75.00 fine
- SECOND NOTICE OF VIOLATION, ESCALATED FINE: $150.00 fine
- THIRD AND FURTHER NOTICE(S) OF VIOLATION: $225.00 fine
In addition to fines, there may be maintenance assessments reimbursable to the association for any cost the association incurs gaining compliance. Those costs may include, but are not limited to: attorney fees, hiring contractors to perform work, hauling away debris, repair and maintenance to property, etc.