PD Common Area
Adams Stirling PLC


In planned developments, owners typically own their own houses and the lots upon which they sit. The association's common areas will often consist of the following:

  • streets (in gated communities)
  • sidewalks
  • greenbelts
  • clubhouses
  • swimming pools
  • golf course
  • equestrian facilities
  • tennis courts
  • lakes
  • hiking trails
  • front gate facilities
  • perimeter fencing

See common area definition in the Davis-Stirling Act: Civil Code ยง4095. Common areas in condominiums is different than planned developments.

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