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About Us
A secluded neighborhood in Solana Beach, read About Us.

Board Meetings
Meetings are held on the last Wednesday of each month at 6:30pm at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club. Homeowners are welcome to attend.

Board Openings
Do you want to know what is going on in our neighborhood and have a say in how our HOA dues are spent? Become a member of the board! Meetings are only once a month, come join us at one to try it out.

If you have any suggestions or comments for this website, please send us an email.

Welcome to the San Elijo Hills #1 Homeowners Association website!
This site is regularly updated with information about special events and the most
current policies regarding home improvements.

~ Next Board Meeting ~

Garage Sale

The next Homeowners Association Board meeting will be April 22, 2015 at 6:30pm at the Lomas Santa Fe Country Club upstairs in the Boardroom. Homeowners are encouraged to attend.

The agenda will be posted for any member interested at the entrance to our community prior to the meeting.

~ Fun Facts ~
  • Our HOA does not own the "Common Areas", the adjacent homeowners own the slopes.
  • Want to share a concern about our neighborhood? Please contact Landmark Business Services or attend the next HOA board meeting.

~ Slope Plants ~
2013 - The HOA board recently voted to begin alternative ways to save water and money by replanting small areas of the slopes. These plants were approved by the board and recommended by a native plant consultant. There are 4 varieties. All are particularly well suited for slopes/erosion, are fire resistant, low growing, evergreen with blooms 1-2 times per year, and most important, drought tolerant.
  • Ceanothus Carmel Creeper
  • Bacchari's Pigeon Point
  • Arctostaphylos Pacific Mist
  • Arctostaphylos Carmel Sur

~ Recycling Batteries, Cell Phones, Polystyrene ~
BatteriesCell PhonePolystyrene cup
2013 - Solana Beach residents may now recycle household batteries and cell phones at the curb. Just place unwanted cell phones and used household batteries in a clear plastic storage bag and place them on top of your recycle bin for colleciton on service day. For added safety, remove any personal data from your phone before collection. Used batteries accepted for collection are AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, Alkaline, Rechargeable, Lithium and coin cells and small button-size.

Residents may now add polystyrene packaging to the list of what they can recycle. Polystyrene items include packaging, cups, food containers, and similar items. All material must be free from food residue and other contaminants to be acceptable. Polystyrene packing peanuts are not accepted, but can be brought to local mailbox and shipping stores for reuse.

~ Crime Report ~
Be Aware: Always report any theft, no matter how small, as it all feeds into the database and could possibly link other crimes together and uncover bigger problems. Pay attention to your neighbors and unfamiliar cars, and lock your cars at night.
A Report on Vehicle Theft from the Solana Beach eBlast (see Solana Beach Events at right for signup).
See recent crimes in Solana Beach at:

~ Wildfire Awareness ~
FireFollowing the wildfires of October 2007, we are all concerned for the safety of our homes. After meeting with our local Fire Marshall, we have some information that you can use to help protect your house:

  1. (FEMA) Wildfire Mitigation: Vents, Eaves and Soffits  
  2. (FEMA) Wildfire Mitigation: Windows and Doors  
  3. 100' Defensible Space  
  4. Firewise Landscaping Checklist  
  5. Wildfire Preparedness Guide  

~ Latest News ~
Latest News NEW! Our HOA Board has been working very hard to keep our community looking beautiful! Here is the latest information about our neighborhood: (The Board meeting minutes above have been summarized for privacy reasons, if you would like the complete minutes please contact Landmark Business Services at (858) 481-5809 or

~ Architectural Forms ~
Phone Don't forget to turn in an Architectural Request Form for any work that you are planning on doing to your home, even if you are just replacing a garage door or window. Landmark Business Services, who has been hired by our Homeowner's Association, is required to have a record of all approvals and violations. See the FAQ for more details.

~ Nextdoor~
2013 - Our neighborhood is using a private online network called Nextdoor San Elijo Hills 1, and we think you'll benefit from joining us. On our Nextdoor site, neighbors share community events, recommendations, items for sale/free, crime/safety concerns, ideas about how to make our neighborhood better, and more. Please join us to build a better neighborhood! Neighbors across the country are using Nextdoor to:
  • Track down a trustworthy babysitter
  • Get the word out about a break-in
  • Organize a neighborhood garage sale
  • Ask for help finding a lost pet
  • Plan for an emergency

~ Solana Beach Events ~
Solana Beach Sign up to receive eNews from the City of Solana Beach, just go to: Solana Beach eNews Signup. You will receive emails of important events happening in our community.

~ Coyotes ~
From the Del Mar Times 1/13:

      Reports have recently been made of coyote sightings in Solana Beach, and mountain lion and coyote sightings in Rancho Santa Fe.
      “These animals are native to the area and can be attracted around homes by leaving pet food out, the presence of small pets, etc. State Fish and Game warn people to not leave food or pets outside and keep a close eye on small children, especially during early morning or late afternoon times,” Rancho Santa Fe Patrol Chief Matt Wellhouser said. “In addition, do not jog, bike or hike alone; do not approach a coyote, bobcat, or mountain lion. Sometimes the attraction of smaller wild animals attracts the bigger animals as well.
      “These animals are most active at dawn, dusk and at night. Often deer are attracted to the area because of food sources, same with opossums, raccoons, and other prey. These animals are often prey for larger animals.”
      Please take precautions to avoid coming in contact with these animals, Wellhouser said. Below are referral numbers you can call for more information. Refer to the websites below. Fish and game would like to know of sightings to track the activity.

• San Diego County Wildlife Services 1-800-486-0010
• California Fish and Game – San Diego office 858-467-4201

~ Trees ~

Trees Read about our recently updated Tree Policy.

Here is an article from the San Diego Union Tribune regarding the importance of trees in protecting your home from wildfiles: Formerly revered trees get bad rap after wildfires

And here is another article from the California Center for Sustainable Energy’s page outlining the Benefits of Trees.