You may contact the Community Association Manager, the Board members, or all by clicking on the above link.
Use the above link to submit an issue, complaint, or give us your feedback.
You may submit your architectural change application by clicking on the above link.
Log on to your account at Menas to check your balance or make payments.
The City of San Diego has stipulated guidelines for brush management. All homeowners in our association have to be in compliance with the guidelines. Please click on the above link to see the guidelines. 

Thursday, October 22, 2020 at 6:00 PM
Homeowners are given three minutes each in the open session to express their opinion, raise an issue, or give us feedback. The open session is always scheduled at the beginning of the Board meeting. The Board highly encourages homeowner participation.

License Plate Reader Installation
The Board of Directors would like to hear from you as homeowners about installing license plate readers at the intersection of Lansdale Rd. & Winstanley Way as well as the intersection of Lansdale Rd. & Sword Way. Having this camera system in place could possibly help law enforcement solve any crimes.
The cameras would record the license plate of each car entering or exiting the Association and the data would only be available to law enforcement in case there was a particular problem in the neighborhood. The data would not be available to the HOA Board or any individual in the Association.
The company, Flock Safety, who has installed these systems in many neighborhoods to help reduce crime, has submitted a proposal to install a License Plate Reader at Santa Fe Promontory with an annual cost of about $8000/year which amounts to about $2.40 /month for each homeowner. This cost will not cause a raise in the monthly HOA fees for the near future.
The Board of Directors will proceed to engage Flock Safety only if there is support for such a system from the homeowners.
Please take the survey at the bottom left of this screen or email Jeff Smith, Community Association Manager, at jsmith@menas.com or call (858) 270-7870 x 47 for any questions.
The Board will not make a unilateral decision. No decision has been made either way. Since the proposal was received by the board, the board wanted to run it by its membership before proceeding with the next steps. The Board wants to understand which way the homeowners in our association are leaning knowing very well that there are privacy issues. The board will also seek legal opinion from our counsel.
At this stage, we are just conducting a survey!
The President's Message
2020 Annual Election
We had only eighty-one homeowners cast votes. We need at least 141 homeowners to vote for the election results to be finalized. As a result, we are going through the second round of the election. All homeowners will receive communication from Menas Realty Company.
The election ballot was mailed out to all homeowners in the Santa Fe Promontory Association a few weeks back.
If you have not received the ballot as yet, please send an email to Jeff Smith, our Community Property Manager.
The email address is jsmith@Menas.com and copy in santafepromontory@gmail.com.
Arrangements will be made to drop off/mail another ballot to your residence.
Board Candidates:
Kelly Hylen
Bipin Junnarkar (Incumbent)
Total number of votes not to exceed 3.

Fire Season Brush Management
Posted on Oct 8th, 2020
Santa Fe Promontory
September 2, 2020
Dear Residents:
As the fire season is here the Board would like to remind all homeowners of their responsibility for removing dead plants or other materials on their own property that could pose a fire hazard to the neighborhood. Although brush management will be conducted in the common areas, each homeowner must be responsible for their own property.
Please be mindful of the fire season by removing dead plants or other materials which in turn will play a part in maintaining the community’s standards in safety and appearance.
If you notice any areas within our association that may be deemed out of compliance with the City of San Diego Brush Management guidelines, please bring it to our attention by clicking on the Issue/Complaint/Feedback link.
If you have any questions, please contact Jeff Smith at (858) 270-7870 x47 or via email at jsmith@menas.com.
New Landscape Maintenance Company Chosen
Posted on Sep 30th, 2020
The Board has selected Brightview to be our new landscape maintenance company. Brightview will take over their responsibility from November 1, 2020. Brightview has been working in our association neighborhood doing tree trimming and brush clearance every year. Now we will be seeing their staff in our area on a weekly basis.
Landscape Architectural Firm Retained
Posted on Sep 25th, 2020
The board has signed a contract with ADL Planning Associates as our landscape architects. Tony Lawson and his staff will work with us to do the initial assessment of areas maintained by the HOA and thereafter do a quarterly assessment. They will be making recommendations to beautify our neighborhood.
Menas Realty Company
Posted on Sep 25th, 2020
Menas Realty Company has moved to a new address. All correspondence should be directed to the new address.
7592 Metropolitan Drive, Suite 401, San Diego, CA 92108
Homeowner Registration Process
Posted on May 13th, 2016
Santa Fe Promontory residents are requested to register on this website. Please note that to ensure that only homeowners can register, your registration has to be approved before you have access to sections which require login.  Although we have multiple people approving the registrations, there may be a delay. We hope you understand the need for authentication and the reason for the delay. You will receive an email with your username and temporary password.  Note also that your username will be your email address. You may change your password after logging in by going to your user profile.
After you have successfully logged in, please navigate to the Email Authorization sub-menu under the Homeowners tab. We shall communicate with you via email once you have given your consent on the Email Authorization form. This will help us save money!
For more information, click this hyperlink How to Register

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Community Assocation Manager
Jeff Smith | Community Association Manager | www.menas.com
Email Address: jsmith@menas.com
Office: 858-270-7870 x 47 | Emergency After Hours: 619-744-9883

Important Links
The city of San Diego is responsible for the maintenance of street lights, potholes, street parking, sidewalk, graffiti, stormwater & drains, and trash collection.
Santa Fe Promontory Homeowner's Association takes care of trees, shrubs & vegetation on HOA maintained areas, mailboxes, mini-park at Winstanley Way & Lansdale Rd, the area near the Santa Fe Promontory sign, benches, dog stations, trash cans, and fences along Winstanley Way & Sword Way as well near the cul de sacs in our neighborhood.
Please click on the appropriate link to report a problem either to our Community Association Manager at Menas Realty Co. or the City of San Diego.

Upcoming Meetings
Board of Directors Meeting
Thursday, October 22nd, 6 PM at Online
Thursday, October 22, 2020 directly following the Annual Meeting
No meeting location due to COVID-19 restrictions
Via Conference Video Call
Go to: www.zoom.us and “Join A Meeting” or Dial In (669) 900‐9128
Meeting ID: 927 6874 9627
Passcode: 519794
REGULAR SESSION – Directly following Annual Meeting (Open to Homeowners)
II. HOMEOWNER FORUM – Limit 3 minutes per Homeowner
     A) September 24, 2020 Regular Session Meeting Minutes
     A) September 2020 Financials
     B) Delinquency Report
     A) Action List
     B) Property Inspection Reports
     C) Violation Report
     D) Work Order Report
     A) Discussion- Guardrail Project
     A) Proposal- Wyngate Point Brush/Tree Trimming
     B) Review 2021 Draft Budget
X. NEXT MEETING DATE – Thursday, November 23, 2020 at 6:00 PM, location to be determined.

Water Line from City of San Diego Meter to your home
By The Webmaster on October 1, 2020
The water line from the City of San Diego meter to your home is your responsibility. In some of the houses in our association, that line is made of polybutylene. Some homeowners have had leaks in the segment of the line. Other homeowners have a metal line installed.

A homeowner can tell by looking in their garage where the street pipe comes up to join the inside copper pipe. If their pipe from the street is blue they have a failure-prone pipe. If the pipe from the street is copper they do not have a concern.

Please check what kind of line you have on your property. If it is a polybutylene line, please contact a plumbing company to see what your options are.
Water Pressure Regulator
By The Webmaster on October 1, 2020
Every home has a water pressure regulator. It ensures the pressure inside the house is at the right PSI. If the water pressure is too high, it may create leaks in your laundry washer, dishwasher, and at the refrigerators.

Please measure the pressure inside your house using a pressure gauge that you can buy from a home center.

The recommended water pressure is between 60 to 70 PSI. If it is higher than the recommended range, please get a plumber to check and repair or replace the pressure regulator. This will avoid a lot of pain later on.

Always turn off the main water supply to the house if you are going on long vacations.
Wear a Face Mask!
By The Webmaster on October 1, 2020
Several homeowners are feeling uncomfortable that many people going for a walk in our neighborhood do not wear a face mask. We recommend that you keep a face mask handly and wear it when somebody approaches you. The other option is to cross the street and walk on the other side of the street.

Social distancing and wearing a mask is a good public health policy while we are in the COVID 19 pandemic situation.
Pickup behind your dog!
By The Webmaster on October 1, 2020
Many homeowners have brought to the Board's notice that some pet owners are not picking up behind their dogs. We have installed many dog-stations in our neighborhood which have plastic bags and trash cans.

Kindly be a good pet owner and pick up behind your pet.
Additional Concrete Trash Can Installed
By The Webmaster on October 1, 2020
A large, concrete trash can was installed today near the dog-station in the mini-park at Winstanley Way & Lansdale Way. Over long weekends the smaller dog-station trash can was filling up to capacity.

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