Dues Questions
  • chevron_rightWhat do my monthly dues cover?
    A full list of what your dues cover can be found in the Budget, but here's a quick breakdown:
        Pool maintenance and upkeep
        Clubhouse maintenance and upkeep
        Tennis & Basketball court maintenance and upkeep
        Reserves (to pay for long term repairs to pools/sport courts/clubhouse painting/roofing, etc.)
        Common area landscaping & irrigation (for the common area around the pool and clubhouse only)
        Insurance on the common areas
        Administrative expenses (management, tax prep, mailings, legal fees, etc.)
        Utilities (gas, electric, water) for the pools and clubhouse
  • chevron_rightWhere do I mail my dues payment?
    Payments are due on the first day of each month and are late if they are not received within 25 days of the due date. Late payments will be charged a $10 late fee.
    Checks must be made payable to Bridges Homeowners Association and mailed to:

    Bridges Homeowners Association
    c/o Homeowner Association Services Processing Center
    PO Box 95096
    Las Vegas, NV 89193-5096
    Please remember to include your account number on your check for proper posting.
General HOA Questions
  • chevron_rightWhat are the CC&Rs?
    The complete list of CC&Rs is located in the Document section of this website.
  • chevron_rightWhat is a Reserve Study?
    In order to maintain and preserve market values of both the residential and common area property, an HOA must develop funding plans for future repair or replacement of major common-area components, such as swimming pools, decks, asphalt surfaces, concrete areas, fencing, monument signs, and much more. Thus, a Reserve Study provides guidance on how much your HOA should be putting aside each month for reserves so it can meet the future obligations described above without requiring special assessments.
  • chevron_rightWhat is an HOA?
    An HOA or Homeowner Association is a legal entity created to manage and maintain the common areas of a community. Typically these "common areas" consist of things like pools, clubhouses, landscaping, parks, streets and roads.
    HOAs can consist of single family homes, condominiums, or town homes and are typically setup by the original developer of the community with a set of rules called "Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions" otherwise known as "CC&Rs".
    One of the primary functions of the HOA is enforce and ensure that these "CC&Rs" are adhered to by the individual homeowners. The guiding principles of these regulations are normally to help maintain property values and the quality of life within the community.
Management Questions
  • chevron_rightHow do I get a pool/tennis court key?
    Pool fobs can be picked up from the management office. Each household may only have one fob at a time. If you lose your fob, there is a charge of $50 for a replacement fob.
    **Upon notice of a sale of a home, the key fobs associated with that home are deactivated. New homeowners should be sure to get their pool fob from the old owner with the other house keys. Once you have the key fob, contact the management company and they will reactivate the key for you. There is no need to come in to do this. But if the seller does not provide the fob to the new owner, the fob is deactivated and a new fob will be issued to the new owner.
  • chevron_rightWhat is the after hours emergency number?
    The after hours emergency number is 925-831-2309.
  • chevron_rightWho is our HOA Management company?
    We are very pleased to have Homeowner Association Services as our management company. Ryan Bantz is our community manager. He can be reached at (925) 830-4848 or RBantz@HOAServices.net.