Welcome to the Website for Jasmine Street Homeowners Association (JSHOA),
a neighborly place to live in Victorville, California.

 

INFORMATION

GOVERNING DOCUMENTS

Management Company - Board of Directors

Architectural Requirements  (Approved Paint Colors; Sheds)

Community Information - Elected Officials CC&Rs, Bylaws, Articles of Incorporation
Meetings/Minutes - Newsletters

Rules & Regulations

How to Pay Assessments, Report Problems

HOA Laws

Contact Us Escrow Information
 

Would you like to help serve the Association?  Let us know!

REPORT A PROBLEM or MAKE AN INQUIRY with our online reporting form
 

COVID-19:  

(revised 9/1/2020 due to governmental restrictions) 
To comply with restrictions on gatherings and in the interest of safety, the April, May, June, July, August and September meetings could not be held.  Your Board of Directors and Management Company have continued to represent the membership and any actions that may have been taken will be reported at the next meeting.

As always, if a member has an issue requiring attention, the Management Company is ready to assist.

 

October 13th Zoom meeting; 
see Agenda for owner participation instructions. 

Executive Session starts at 4:30 p.m., with regular Open Session at 5:30 p.m.

Agenda is posted 4 days before meeting on the post on Tokay south of the tennis court.

 

Regular meetings are generally* on the SECOND Tuesday of the month at 

 Toto's Mexican Restaurant, 12142 Hesperia Rd., Victorville

(Meetings at this venue are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19)

2020 Meeting Dates and exceptions:  

Jan 14, Feb 11, Mar 10, Apr 21 (was Apr 14), May 12, Jun 9, Jul 14, 
Aug 11, Sep, Oct 13, Nov 10, Dec no meeting 
Apr, May, Jun, Jul, Aug and Sep 2020 MEETINGS CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19

 

Interested in serving on the Board of Directors?  Ccontact the management company.


              

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Each page in this JSHOA Website has an image and description of a plant or flower or tree that is recommended for the high desert area.  There are many more listed on Victor Valley Water District's website which you can access by clicking the link at the end of each description.

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Cosmos
, Cosmos, annual from seed or nursery stock, easily reseeds, with white, pink, purple summer and fall daisy-like flowers to 3 feet tall, good for daily cut flowers. Full sun to partial shade.

 

City of Victorville Water Conservation Tips and Water Smart Plants
Updated 09/19/2020