Amenities at Rancho La Quinta
Amenities Provided By Your Association
Your Associations not only maintain the common area facilities and gates within Rancho La Quinta, but have contracted for services and amenities to enrich your lifestyle. Some of these, which are paid for in your monthly HOA fees, include:
Rancho La Quinta Racquet Club
Master Association and Casitas Association homeowners are members of the Racquet Club (a social membership in the Country Club). This is facilitated by a contract between T.D. Desert Development Limited Partnership, the owner of the Country Club, and the Master and Casitas Associations. If you live in the Master Association or Casitas Association in Rancho La Quinta, your monthly homeowner fee includes your membership dues. As social members, you may use and enjoy the main Clubhouse; the Racquet Club, its swimming pool and jacuzzi; the tennis courts, the pickleball courts and shop; the fitness center; the Cantina and the "Turn" restaurants, all of which are located amid beautiful landscaping with an adjoining parking lot.
Racquet Club members may use and enjoy the main club house, a 23,000-square-foot focal point for dining and entertainment. Your membership includes access to the main dining room, a club room/bar, a private dining room, and “The Turn” restaurant.
Pools & Spas
Our central pool, a junior Olympic-size oasis located at the Racquet Club, is ideal for lap swimming or simply a beautiful backdrop for dining and outdoor events. Numerous smaller pools and spas are located throughout the Rancho La Quinta community. If you live in the Master Association or Casitas Association in Rancho La Quinta, your HOA membership entitles you to full access to all pools and spas; however, to ensure safety, many of the neighborhood pool areas are locked at all times. You may obtain a key at your Association office.
The Cantina Restaurant
Racquet Club members may enjoy the Cantina restaurant, adjacent to the main pool area. The Cantina offers patio or inside dining for breakfast and lunch.
The Tennis Facilities
The tennis facilities includes nine lighted courts, two of which are clay and a court with stadium seating to provide a variety of settings and surfaces. The facilities feature a Tennis Shop, and men's and women's locker rooms.
The Pickleball Facilities
Racquet Club members enjoy eight dedicated pickleball courts in addition to the 9 tennis courts. These courts are surrounded by seating and umbrellas for spectators and participants. The facilities feature a pro Shop, and men's and women's locker rooms.
The Fitness Center
Our Fitness Center contains state-of-the-art exercise equipment which is fully appointed with TVs. Only homeowners and their immediate families may use the Fitness Center.
Enjoy two regulation Bocce courts located at the Racquet Club. Those who are interested may also join a Bocce league.
Only dues-paying golf members of Rancho La Quinta Country Club have membership privileges on our two private, 18-hole golf courses: The Robert Trent Jones, Jr. course and the Jerry Pate course. These privileges include the use of men's and women's locker rooms in the main clubhouse and the ability to invite family and guests to play.
Rancho La Quinta dogs have their own special place! The Rancho La Quinta Kennel Club offers fenced small-dog and large-dog areas with grass for running and romping and shade trees for relaxing with their humans.
The Kennel Club is a great place for dog-owners to get to know one another. Open from dawn to dusk, every day, the landscaped area boasts benches and shade areas, and is ADA accessible.
Water stations serve both doggies and humans and valet stations dispense bags with disposal bins. The Kennel Club is located at the 50th Street Gate on Mission Drive West, with parking for both cars and golf carts. Access is by electronic key.
Built in 2012 with funds from T.D. Desert Development and donations from individual homeowners, our Kennel Club is maintained and supported with dues from our dog-owning members, rather than through the monthly homeowners fees.
Each membership covers up to two dogs, who must have documented rabies vaccinations. The one-time membership fee is $200, with annual dues of $112, which covers maintenance and lease fees. Temporary Guest Privileges are available. If you and your pooch would like to join the Kennel Club, complete the Application Form and return it to the onsite office along with the $200 one-time membership fee and a copy of your pet's current rabies vaccinations. Be sure to review the Kennel Club Rules and the Kennel Club Enforcement Policies.
To view a document for the Kennel Club, Click Here
Trash Removal & Recycling:
Your Associations currently contract with Burrtec Waste
for trash removal and recycling. You are allowed a maximum of three 32-gallon containers with handles and lids, but plastic sacks are recommended to eliminate redundant trips to your yard. Pick-up day for both trash and recycling is Wednesday for the Ventanas and Thursday for the Master Association and the Casitas. During holiday weeks, pick-up is delayed one day. Click on Recyclable
to learn which items are permitted in recycle containers. To reach Burrtec, visit Burrtec Waste
or call 760-340-2113.
Your real estate property taxes cover basic trash removal. The Master Association and The Casitas Association pay for "courtesy walk-up" whereas the Ventanas Association does not; therefore Ventanas owners must take their bins and recyclables to the street for pick-up.
TV and High Speed Internet:
Your homeowners dues includes Frontier FiOS TV and high speed internet. Included in the bulk package is the Frontier "Prime HD" channel line up as well as HBO, Showtime and the Golf Channel. Further you are provided with 1 HD set top box and a Frontier router. You will be billed for any additional premium channels you want as well as for additional boxes and any DVR recording service.
If you would like to review the channel lineups for the various Frontier FiOS packages Click Here
. The HOA plan is the "Prime HD" plan that includes 270 channels with 82 HD and the FiOS local TV.
If you need to contact Frontier, Click Here
or use the Rancho La Quinta dedicated customer support line 1-844-660-0648
Our community maintains a perimeter privacy system that includes access control to the community as well as a perimeter wall intrusion protection system and a perimeter camera protection system. To learn more about our access control and perimeter system, click on What to Know About Our Community
in the navigation bar on this website.
Home Watch is a free program sponsored by our Community Service Team that allows you to register with our Command Center the days you will be away from your home. Once registered, our Command Center team will perform an exterior check of your home two times a week while you are away. Signing up is easy. Here on this website you can login to our Entry Gate Software
and under "My Account" enter the dates you will be away. You can also Click Here
to email your request to the Command Center. Lastly, you can call the Command Center at 760-564-5575.
Please help protect yourself and your property by making use of the free service.
Front Yard Landscape Maintenance:
To maintain the aesthetic harmony and look of the community, your homeowner dues includes the cost to maintain the lawn and landscape area of your front yard. While you own your front yard, you have granted your HOA an easement to maintain the landscape, lawn and sprinkler system. See our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) and select "Questions About Our Rules & Regulations" on the navigation bar of this website to learn more about your responsibilities under this easement agreement.
For homeowners in the Master Association for Rancho La Quinta and for homeowners in the Ventanas Community Association, your Association has a nonexclusive easement for maintenance over a portion of your Lot that is your front yard. The Lot Landscape Maintenance Area extends from the street edge to the walls of the courtyard and the front exterior of your Residence, but does not include driveways, walkways or walls in or adjacent to the Maintenance Area.
For homeowners in the Casitas at Rancho La Quinta Association, the Master Association has a nonexclusive easement for maintenance over all landscape within the plotted area called the Casitas Association. The landscape area is all ground outside your interior exclusive use area.