Coyote Alert
The Management Office has received
reports of coyote sightings in the
neighborhood and a possible coyote den.
Remember to stay clear of a coyote den;
parents are protective of their pups.

People with pets should keep them on a
leash when walking. While at home, do
not allow pets to roam freely. Even pets
in enclosed yards run the risk of predation.
People should feed their pets inside in
an effort to keep pet food from attracting
coyotes and other wildlife.

Remind children not to approach or feed
any wildlife. While attacks on humans are
rare, people should still take precaution.
Treat the presence of a coyote as a
potential threat. Do not turn your back
or run from a coyote.
Property Repairs and Maintenance
November 21, 2017 Board Meeting
Executive Session: 5:00 pm
Open Session 6:00 pm
November 30, 2017 Due Date for Homeowner
Information Forms

to be submitted to
the Association Office
POOL PARTIES

 ONE MONTH NOTICE REQUIRED
at PDCCA office. Limit 15 in party.
ALL CHILDREN UNDER THE AGE
OF 15 MUST BE ACCOMPANIED
BY AN ADULT AT POOLSIDE.

POOL HOURS

Open 8:00 am - 10:00 pm 7 days a week

To gain entry to the pool/spa area,
homeowner's must obtain a key fob
from the PDCCA Management Office
Key fobs are provided to homeowners after
their yearly assessment is paid in full.
Pool hours vary with the season.
Effective, January 3, 2017 PDCCA has a
new automated pool access system initiated
To view the new policy click here

OFFICE HOURS

Monday through Thursday
8:00 am to 3:30 pm
Closed for Lunch: 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
Friday: 8:00 am to 12:00 pm
Call: (760) 345-2331

 
 

 

Welcome to Palm Desert Country Club Association

View the Events/News page for
updates regarding Association News

Palm Desert Country Club Association was originally known as Palm City Association and was incorporated in 1961. The clubhouse and adjoining structures were built along with 3 display homes. In 1977 the name was changed to Palm Desert Country Club Association. The “primary purpose for which the corporation was formed was to provide athletic, recreational and club facilities for the use of the residents” of the Association.

There are now 1054 homes or lots built on two tracts of land that make up the total membership of Palm Desert Country Club Association. Over the years the community has built up around the original development bordered by Washington St., Hovley, and Fred Waring Drive.

The area where the office and recreation buildings are located encompasses 4.5 acres. In addition to the buildings, there is a pool complex, park and rose garden. The Palm Desert Country Club golf course is owned by PD Golf Operations LLC, a privately held company.

The Palm Desert Country Club Association is governed by a seven member Board of Directors; the board members are elected by the homeowners. This board is responsible to represent its members, confirm that the CC&R's and By-Laws are followed by all members, and help direct the needs and concerns of all homeowner members.

 
 
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