Welcome to Crosspointe Village HOA
Mail Theft
July 24, 2014

There is currently an issue with mail boxes in the complex being broken into and the mail being stolen.  If you experience mail theft, you should file a complaint with the US Postal Service.  To file the complaint, click on this link, then Under Inquiry Type, select Problem. Under Customer Service, select Support, and Mail Theft, then select the appropriate drop down box, click "continue", and check the appropriate boxes.  If your mail box was vandalized, click here.  In addition, you can print out a form and mail it in.  You can also call 1-877-876-2455 to report the theft.

The Board suggests that residents retrieve their mail on a daily basis.

Pool Rule Reminders
  • Guests are limited to 4 per unit

  • The homeowner must be present at the pool with their guests

  • No smoking is allowed within the pool enclosures

  • Children under 14 years of age must be accompanied by an adult (18 years of age or older)

  • No animals are allowed inside the pool enclosures

  • No glass containers are allowed inside the pool enclosures

  • Any audio / video equipment used at the pool must be enjoyed through headphones only

  • Excessive noise or water play that disrupts the swimming pleasure of others is not allowed

Board Meeting Attendees
March 28, 2014

Effective April 1, 2014, in an effort to engage all homeowners in matters of importance within the community, and in accordance with California Civil Code Section 4925, the Board will no longer permit tenants or other non-owners to attend the monthly Board Meetings, unless specifically invited to attend.  Matters relating to any tenant issue to be brought before the Board at a meeting will need to be addressed to the Board by the unit owner.

Gate Opening Policy

There have been some recent issues with residents becoming unfairly irate with Phoenix if they do not open the gate for them.  Phoenix is not required to open the auto gate entrance for residents.  It is purely a courtesy.  Just a reminder of the rule which states that All residents are to use a transmitter to gain access through the Association’s guarded vehicle gates.  Residents without transmitters have to stop at the guardhouse with the guard documenting the vehicle decal number which will be sent to Cardinal Property Management.  A violation letter will be sent to the vehicle owner and if the violation occurs a second time, the owner will be scheduled for a Hearing.

Click here for gate opener information.


Guard Shacks

North Gate 714-897-5027

South Gate 714-894-0726 (4 - 8 PM)

Orange County Sheriff Dispatch 714-647-7000