Association 101

Rocking K Community Association

At Rocking K, the Association is responsible for upholding the standards and protections established during our community’s development. When you bought your home, you became a member of the Association and agreed to follow its governing documents and rules to help preserve our community’s integrity. Our board of directors governs the Rocking K Community Association, and AAM provides management services for day-to-day operations.

The Association is also in charge of maintaining common area assets, including walls, fences, landscaping, and streets. Additionally, the Association maintains a reserve fund to finance renovations and replacements of these common area assets.

We use several governing documents to direct their operations at Rocking K. The following will provide you with Rocking K’s current governing documents.

The Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions, or CC&Rs, outline an Association’s rules and regulations. They define what homeowners can and cannot do with their properties and preserve property values within the community.


The by-laws establish how an Association operates as a business. They outline the necessary information, such as how often the Association holds meetings.

RK By-Laws

The Residential Guidelines layout an Association’s policies and procedures for alterations, modifications, and improvements to homeowners’ properties, common areas, and exclusive use common areas. These guidelines exist to preserve the community’s design integrity, not to stifle creativity.

Resident Guidelines

Parking : Homeowners must park their vehicles in their driveways or garages. Guests can park on the street, as long as they don’t obstruct fire hydrants, driveways, or traffic flow.

Trailers/RVs/Boats : These vehicles aren’t allowed to park on streets or driveways in the community.

Architectural Changes : Any exterior changes to your home must be approved by the Architectural Design Committee. Submit your application through our Architectural Review Portal. The Board will respond within 30 days and request additional information if needed.

Maintain Your Property : Ensure your property looks tidy and weed-free.

A reserve fund is an account set aside for unanticipated and deferred expenses, especially significant ones. Reserve expenses cover repair and replacement costs for existing components. For instance, if a community pool requires significant repairs, or common area walls need repainting, the unbudgeted expenses will be paid from reserves.

Reserve costs and remaining lifespan of each component are detailed in a Reserve Study. This study shows the current status of the reserve fund, and provides funding plans to offset future repairs and replacements. It has two parts: the physical analysis and the financial analysis.

The reserve funds are held in a separate bank account allocated for reserve-related expenses.


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    12620 E. Old Spanish Trail

    Tucson, AZ 85747

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    • Tucson, AZ 85747

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