Manager’s Messages

Clubhouse Closed Monday and Tuesday, June 10th & 11th

The clubhouse will be closed this coming Monday and Tuesday. Should any issue arise requiring HOA attention please contact Community Care. They can be reached at or 949-450-0202 (non emergency calls are directed to voicemail where messages are returned in order of urgency). The clubhouse will reopen at 11am on Wednesday, June 13th.

Thank you!

Attention - Mailbox Break Ins

Amerige Heights residents, we have seen a recent rash of break ins to our shared mailboxes. Below is some information for you to know and use:

If you are a member of a sub association (Gallery Walk, Plaza Walk, Studio Walk, or Radcliff) then please reach out to your management should you fall victim to this.

If you are a resident of only Amerige Heights, then we ask that you please call the Fullerton PD non-emergency number (unless you catch the suspects in the act) and file a police report. We have alerted the PD and they should be increasing patrols in our area. If anyone has any images or video of these incidents, please pass that along to the PD as well.

Our master association CC&Rs maintain that the mailboxes, though shared, are the maintenance responsibility of the homeowners (this may or may not be true for the sub associations). That being said, please reach out to Chris in the clubhouse or if your mailbox has been broken into. He will assist you as he is best able per our associations rules.

We are all in this together, so please keep an eye out. Let’s file police reports when calling the Fullerton PD, and anyone with camera footage please speak up. Let try to make our community safer together.

Community Crime and Break-Ins

Management continues to receive periodic reports related to crime and activity that requires Fullerton Police Department intervention. It has come to our attention that some owners may believe that the homeowners association is the proper entity to assist residents with criminal activity. Unfortunately, this is not the case. We always strongly recommend that owners submit these reports to Fullerton PD, as matters related to theft, break-ins, and all other crimes that affect our community’s sense of security falls within the jurisdiction of the police department. The Board understands and empathizes for your concerns as they too, are members of the community. In fact, a Board Member had their window broken into during the last board meeting. This should help illustrate that the Board is motivated, but simply not able to handle matters related to public safety – this is 100% a function of the police department.

Although the patrol service and the various neighborhood watch groups might help deter crime, they can only report a crime to the police department when they witness it, and they cannot make arrests. Please ALWAYS call 911 or the Fullerton Police Department first and foremost.  Although owners may be frustrated that the Homeowners’ Association does not have greater ability to intervene, this is simply not something that the CC&Rs (which define the Board’s authority) nor the law give the HOA authority to become involved with.  Simply put this means neither management nor the Board is able or authorized to intervene in police matters! As such, neither management nor the association can reasonably be expected to substitute for law enforcement, and hope that owners understand that they themselves are ultimately responsible for their own safety and belongings.

Owners are encouraged to do the simple things like maintain their home lights and park in their garage, as well as more involved things like attend city council meetings, schedule to meet with the local police department, and consider participating in the Neighborhood Watch Committees (which are not related to or affiliated with the Amerige Heights Community Associations). If you are interested, management can give you the contact information for a local neighborhood watch committee (not affiliated with Amerige Heights Community Association) to join forces and support your neighbors. Please be assured that the Board only can do (and has done) what is within their limited authority – the Board Members have contacted PD time and time again over the years, have sent newsletters/eblasts reminding owners to be vigilant, have met with the Police Chief, have joined Neighborhood Watch Programs, and have encouraged owners to report crime to police. The Board members have the same responsibility and resources as you; the Board does not have more or less authority on issues related to crime than you, as a homeowner. While we welcome reports of your experiences, we ask that you not direct your frustration towards Management or the Board, and that you evalute expectations regarding the limited resources that the HOA has in relation to police matters.

Finally, please remember that there is power in numbers! We urge you to contact the police if you are the victim of crime and use the non-emergency number if you want to report suspicious activity – the more reports that are submitted to PD, the more that they will allocate resources to help the homeowners in the community. We are hopeful that owner reports will cause the police department to allocate more resources to patrolling the community!  We are all in this together. 

Thank you.

Gardner Park - Pavers

As you may be aware, the Board of Directors recently approved a paver installation at Gardner Park, which will replace the DG trail on the outer perimeter trail. The DG trail has not held up well over the years, and the runoff continues to erode, particularly following the rain. As such, Gardner Park will be under construction for the next couple of weeks for the purpose of installation of the new pavers! Quickel Paving will have the impacted areas coned off when appropriate. The Board of Directors thanks your for your patience and encourages you to visit another park at the Amerige Heights Community Association during construction.

This project is expected to save the Association thousands of dollars long term, and will make for a cleaner and more sustainable surface. We look forward to seeing your hard-earned HOA dues at work.

The Board of Directors will be publishing more information in early March in relation to the large-scale tot lot renovation project that is in the works as well!

No Parking on Thursdays - City Streets

It has been brought to our attention that the City of Fullerton has begun tagging vehicles parked on public streets during the posted No Parking hours. The signs clearly state no parking every Thursday from 11:00 am – 4:00 PM. Please be mindful of these areas, as the city intends to issue tickets to vehicles found in these areas! Please contact the City of Fullerton directly at 714-738-6300 with any questions related to parking infractions on public streets.

Attached you will find a map that illustrates the areas governed by the City. This is a courtesy reminder, as city-owned public streets are not within the jurisdiction of the Amerige Heights Community Association.


Amerige Heights Internet Clarification

Amerige Heights has 2 fiber networks that currently provide internet service to the community.  The original network is hosted by Fibersphere/GigaMonster/Bai Connect and the new one that is currently being installed in resident’s homes is by GigabitNow.  The community is in the middle of a transition period where both networks will be active until early 2024.

The Fibersphere/GigaMonster/Bai Connect is the internet that has been in use for years.  Please call their support hotline at 833-215-5806 to report any issues. 

The new GigabitNow network is completely separate and being installed for those who have already signed up at this time. If you have any issues with this internet after it has been installed please contact the support number: (800) 468-3939.

Thank You

Amerige Heights HOA Board

GigabitNow, SiFi, & Butler Telecom Attending the Amerige Heights Board Meeting on July, 27th

The 3 companies responsible for installing the new internet at Amerige Heights will all be at the Board Meeting held at the clubhouse on Thursday, July 27th, at 6:30pm.  They will be available to answer questions from our homeowners and we invite you to attend the meeting to have your questions answered.  We hope to see you there!

Community Maintenance

You may have noticed the Park West tree crew working in the community this week. The Board of Directors has recently approved removal of 34 Tipuana trees in McDermont Park. The trees in this area will be replaced with less root-invasive trees shortly, once concrete repair/replacement in this area is complete. We assure you that the removals were necessary in order to preserve the condition of the streets and to avoid further damage to concrete/asphalt in the future. The Board of Directors is working hard to ensure that the community remains beautiful for generations to come!

Additionally, El Veloz Cleaning Services has been contracted to complete the exterior cleaning of the Plexiglas Panels that surrounds part of the Community. They are scheduled to start working at the community beginning on July 17th.

Proposed Rule Changes - Clubhouse and Turf Guidelines

Pursuant to Civil Code 4360, the Board of Directors will be considering a proposed operating rule change at the Board of Directors meeting to be held at The Legacy Clubhouse at 2051 Hughes Dr, Fullerton, CA 92833, on July 27, 2023 at 6:30 p.m.  If you wish to make any written comments on this proposed operating rule change, please document your comments and return them to the management office so that they can be delivered to the Board prior to the Board Meeting.  Alternatively, if you can attend the Board Meeting, your constructive comments will be considered by the Board of Directors prior to its making a decision on the proposed rule change.  Any and all comments made at the Board Meeting will be subject to the standing rules of the Board related to member comments at Board meetings.

  • The text of the proposed rule change is as follows:

The additions to Turf Guidelines is included in its entirety; the changes to the Clubhouse Rules and Regulations are posted via General Notice in the resident portal at (left Column when you log in, under “My Community>Documents>General Notice Posting Civil Code 4360”

  • A description of the purpose and effect of the proposed rule change is as follows: 

The purpose of the Turf Guidelines is to ensure that there is consistency in the specification’s owners should adhere to when completing turf renovations. The desired effect is that the consistency will keep property values high, and serve as a metric to guide owners when submitting Design Review Applications. 

The purpose of the changes to the Clubhouse Rules and Regulations is to ensure that residents have access to support from Action Property Management, as currently the amount of reservations during the week prohibits management from being on-site during those days. The desired effect is to ensure that owners are able to walk-in to obtain support with any association-related issues during the week. 

  • Member Comments:  If you wish to provide written comment, please send your comments to the management office c/o Action Property Management, 2603 Main Street, Suite 500, Irvine, CA  92614, or on-site to the Legacy Clubhouse, or via email to  Please date, identify your property address, print your name and sign.  Anonymous/unsigned comments will not be considered. The rules will not be attached to this website as it is public facing. If you have issues logging into your Resident Portal, or simply with to have a copy emailed to you, please email and request a copy of the PROPOSED rules.

FINAL NOTICE: Internet Registration Required before June 30th

To guarantee that the new GigabitNow fiber Internet service is installed in your home prior to the current HOA Internet service being turned off in October, residents must enroll for GigabitNow service before June 30, 2023. If you enroll after June 30th, your home may be without HOA provided Internet for a duration of time after the Fibersphere service is discontinued in October. Enrollment information can be found under the HOA Internet menu.

If you have already been installed and activated.

No action is needed.

If you have already been enrolled but have not yet been installed and activated.

The installation teams are quickly progressing through Amerige Heights. As soon as your home is next in line to be installed, a team member will call to schedule your installation appointment.

In the meantime, we encourage you to review all of your home Internet options and plans, because some choices may have been announced after you had enrolled for service. You can review these selections and learn more about what to expect during your installation by visiting the HOA Internet menu.

If you have any questions or concerns about your home Internet please feel free to contact GigabitNow at any time. Their customer support is available 24/7 at 1-800-468-3939 or by email at

An informational flier is attached for your reference.

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North Gilbert Street & West Pioneer Ave.
Fullerton, CA 92833
phone | (949) 450-0202

Management Team

General Manager
Flint Faulkner |

Manager Assistant
Katie Greer |

Resident Service Coordinator
Chris Trout |


Management Company

Action Property Management
Corporate Office
2603 Main Street, Suite 500
Irvine, CA 92614
phone | (949) 450-0202
fax | (949) 450-0303