Sierra Montaña Response to COVID-19 Part 1

Dear Sierra Montaña Residents,

We understand that you may have some questions when it comes to what the Sierra Montaña Homeowner’s Association is doing in response to news surrounding COVID-19 (commonly known as novel coronavirus). We want you to know that we are on your side, as always, working with you through these unprecedented times.

As details continue to evolve, we want to share measures we have put in place to help you and your family through this challenging time.

  • Violations
    Our initial violation process will continue as normal. However, if you are having difficulty maintaining your property during this time due to COVID-19, please call or email PDS. Our goal is being able to balance the important objective of keeping our community beautiful with the unprecedented challenges you may be facing due to COVID-19.
Sierra Montaña Response to COVID-19 Part 2
  • Parking
    Parking enforcement will also continue as normal, per our CC&Rs. However, the Board of Directors has authorized COVID-19 Temporary Permits to be issued, allowing on-street parking through April 30. If these unprecedented times have created an issue for you and you’re in need of a parking permit, please contact PDS.
  • Garage Sale and Community Events
    Our community garage sale, scheduled for April 4 and 5, has been postponed. Coffee in the Park events have also been postponed. We will keep you informed of future dates for these events.
  • Meetings
    The Board has voted to cancel the March 30 meeting due to CDC guidelines. We will continue to assess future, regular board meetings in the coming weeks.
  • Annual Meeting
    Given the extenuating circumstances we are operating under, we will not be meeting in person for the Annual Meeting on April 27. This is also being done out of caution, taking CDC guidelines of no meetings of 10 or more people into consideration. Because of this change, we will not have in-person voting. Homeowners will only be allowed to vote via absentee ballot. By now, you should have received an email with an electronic ballot. If you did not receive the email, or would like a paper ballot mailed to you, please contact PDS 
Sierra Montaña Response to COVID-19 Part 3
  • Community Playgrounds
    In accordance with the guidelines recently announced by the City of Surprise, the Association has closed its Common Area parks until further notice.
  • Assessments
    Quarterly assessments will continue to be due and collected each quarter, including April 1. Please contact PDS if COVID-19 has affected your ability to timely remit assessments. 


We encourage you to review additional information and guidelines available at or local health department websites.

The Sierra Montaña Homeowners Association is committed to always putting our homeowners and residents first. We will always do this safely and responsibly.

The Community Manager, Julia Carter, can be contacted via email at or by calling 623-298-5985. 

With appreciation,

Sierra Montaña Board of Directors

Coronavirus (COVID-19) PDS Plan of Action

In an effort to be proactive with the current situation regarding COVID-19, PDS is cancelling all Board meetings scheduled between March 16th thru March 31st.  During the week of March 30 we will reevaluate current events to determine if any addition action needs to be taken moving forward.  

Out of an abundance of caution for all residents, Board Members and PDS staff, we are minimizing public exposure as strongly suggested.  As such we are closing our doors to walk in traffic.  Owners can still call or email Management with any questions or concerns you may have.  In addition we offer many services online so feel free to visit our website at  Your Community Manager will still be in the office and we anticipate no interruptions to the business at hand. 

PDS is taking the health of the Boards, homeowners, residents and PDS staff seriously.

We appreciate your patience and understand during this difficult time.

Board Candidate Form

The Sierra Montaña homeowners will be voting to fill two board seats at the annual meeting on April 27, 2020. If you are interested in running for a board seat, please turn in a completed candidate form no later than March 6, 2020.

Board Candidate form Click Here

Our community likes to know details about candidates. Some candidates go door to door to meet their neighbors. Attending board meetings is a great way to meet homeowners and discuss your ideas with fellow homeowners. The form has all the details you need to get started.

Thank you for your time, and we look forward to seeing you at the annual meeting! Sierra Montaña Communications and Outreach Committee

Paint Information

Paint Information - Click the links Below

Dunn Edwards Information and Locations

Approved Paint Schemes

How to Access Paint Schemes Online

Dunn Edwards Discount Information
Architectural Review Information
Request Forms - Click the links below

Architectural Change PDF   (Online Form Click Here)


Driveway and Sidewalk

Neighbor Notification


Design Guidelines and Rules - Click the links below

Design Rules, Regulations and Guidelines

The Missions Design Rules

Rear Yard Landscape Guidelines

Entrance Under Construction

The entrance planters are under construction for a refresh and new look. Stay tuned!


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Located just west of the Loop 303 in Surprise, Arizona is the highly desirable master-planned community of Sierra Montaña. The neighborhood of 2,600+ single-family homes is close to schools, retail and restaurants. The Sierra Montaña Home Owners Association maintains the community’s 40 acres of grass area, 140 acres of open spaces, 4 miles of dedicated walking paths, plus nine playgrounds with tot-lots, picnic areas and basketball courts. 

At the center of the community is Sierra Montaña City Park, featuring a recreation center, ball fields and volleyball court. Sierra Montaña is located in the foothills of the White Tank Mountain Regional Park, which encompasses 29,271 acres of desert and mountain landscape. It the largest regional park in Maricopa County with convenient access to camping, hiking and horseback riding.

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