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East Garrison Wiki and local resources

Visit the East Garrison Wikipedia page for a community overview and links to helpful documents about the community plan, news articles and more. Below is a collection of helpful links and contacts. Have items to add? Send them to Neighbors.EG@gmail.com



MANAGEMENT TRUST- THE HOA COMMUNITY MANAGER

The Management Trust can be contacted by either phone, email or through the portal.


Veronica Rodriguez, CCAM-PM - Senior Community Manager

Direct: (805) 348-4070

Amanda Cempa, Assistant Community Manager

Direct: (805) 602-9110

Community Support Specialist: Jennifer Bolton: Jennifer.Bolton@managementtrust.com, 805-602-9089


Note: messages sent to any email address above go into a queue seen by all 3 people. Recommendation is to email Veronica only. Either she or one of the others will respond.

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  • ROUTE 61 MST BUS / shuttle service stops at Sherman & Ord in East Garrison. See details.

  • FIRE STATION CONFERENCE ROOM

Per the Fire Station admin, Karry Kuntz, the conference room (formerly a Community Room with public access) at the fire station can be reserved only by the HOA or an approved government, public school or non-profit organizations who do not use the room for fundraising, political or fee-related purposes and who have the required liability insurance. If the group does not have insurance, Karry provides a link to buy it (appx. $87 for one meeting) If you are an approved organization, request a room reservation by contacting the Fire Station admin Karry Kuntz at kkuntz@mcrfd.org.


  • HOW TO REQUEST WARRANTY SERVICE Download this pdf for step-by-step instructions provided by Century Communities

How To Request Warranty Service Century Communities
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Download PDF • 635KB

HOME AND LANDSCAPE MODIFICATION REQUEST FORM

Download this form and submit to the Management Trust in order to request permission to modify your home or landscape. This pdf is also in the TMT portal.


Architectural Request Form to modify EG home or landscape
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Download PDF • 29KB

LOCAL HANDY RESOURCES:


FORT ORD MANAGEMENT PLAN

As of March 2023, The County is preparing a plan for certain former Fort Ord lands owned by the County (2,077 acres) as well as those owned by Monterey Peninsula College (485 acres approx.). An appropriate plan is needed to support the protection of environmental resources. The RMP must comply with state requirements as well as the Federal Endangered Species Act.

For more information, visit the Fort Ord RMP website.

to be added to an email mailing list for issues related to the RMP, or for general comments/inquiries, contact: Damian Bye, Management Analyst (831 755-5141) byed@co.monterey.ca.us


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