To join any of these committees, or if you have an idea for a committee not listed here, please Contact Us and we will forward your request to the chairperson(s). The chairs of each committee are in bold.

Amable SubCommittee
The Amable Subcommittee reviews requests for repairs from the Calle Amable homeowners and makes recommendations to the Rancho San Rafael Board for approval and funding.  Volunteers must own a home on Calle Amable.
Members:        Kevin Mintie, David Snyder, Marsha Tracy

Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
The ARC ensures compliance with the aesthetic standards established by the Association.  The committee maintains and updates guidelines for all significant exterior changes, reviews and approves Requests for Modification and inspects the development for guideline violations, issues warning letters and presents evidence of violations to the Board for action including the assessment of fines.  Estimated weekly volunteer time is 5-10 hours, including one monthly meeting on the second Monday of each month.
Guidelines, Requests for Modification and other forms can be found in the Architectural Review section of the website here
You may drop off completed forms at the clubhouse or send them to
Members:        Ricardo Gonzales, Barbara Ching, Rose Linda Gonzales, Gheorghe Istrate, Aram Kazazian, Marsha Tracy  
Cal Prop SubCommittee
The Cal Prop Subcommittee reviews requests for repairs for the paired homes on Calles Primavera and Suenos and makes recommendations to the Rancho San Rafael Board for approval and funding.  Volunteers must own one of the subject paired homes.
Members:         Fay Chu/Norair Edgarian, Rachel Yoo, Robin Libby
Community Relations Committee
The Community Relations Committee sponsors forums and other, broader communication activities.
Members:   Sharon Harwood, Diana Kronfli
Finance Committee
The Finance Committee reconciles the operating and reserve accounts, compares the current year’s actual reserve revenues and expenses to the current year’s budget, reviews the latest bank statements for operating and reserve accounts, reviews the income and expense statement for the association’s operating and reserve accounts, and orders and reviews the annual reserve study.  Estimated weekly volunteer time is 3-5 hours.
Members:         Sudha Gollipudi, Aram Kazazian

Landscape Committee
The Landscape Committee works with the staff from Parkwood to inspect the common area vegetation to ascertain what needs to be trimmed, replanted, renovated or replaced.  Estimated weekly volunteer time is 3-5 hours on weekdays, during daylight hours.
Members:     Mike Fitzgerald, Roberta Hagopian 

Maintenance Committee
The Maintenance Committee ensures that all of the facilities and landscaped areas are addressed.  The items include, but are not limited to, slope maintenance, irrigation system repair and replacement, booster pumps, and the maintenance of pool and recreation center equipment, lighting and plumbing.  Also included are fencing, roofs, windows, and painting of the common areas and paired homes.  Estimated weekly volunteer time is 10-20 hours.
Members:     Aram Kazazian, Marsha Tracy

Recreation Center Committee
The Recreation Center Committee makes sure that the clubhouse, pool area and tennis court areas comply with applicable state laws, writes guidelines for use, determines when the heaters are turned on and off for the seasons, and when to hire a pool monitor for the summer.
Members:      Norair Edgarian, Sharon Harwood

Social Committee
The Social Committee has in the past sponsored an Open House to welcome new neighbors, National Night Out, Movie Night, 'Taste of Rancho' potluck, the Halloween costume party, Winter Holiday party, and the Winter Home Decorating contest.  Estimated time is whatever it takes to plan, set up and clean up… the more volunteers, the easier it can be; and if you’ve got a good idea for a community event, the Board is open to reasonable requests.
Members:   Marsha Tracy, Rose Linda Gonzales, Elizabeth Jue, Raana Hasnat

Safety Committee
The Safety Committee was set up at the request of homeowners to ascertain our vulnerability to crime and solicit ideas for deterrence.
Members:       Matthew Conz, Mike FitzGerald, Fred Nazarbegian
Technology Committee
The Technology Committee reviews and implements processes and software for the Association.
Members:       Marsha Tracy, Matthew Conz
VMP Committee
This committee was formed in response to a citation by the Glendale Fire Department for brush clearance on common area hillsides.  For minutes or other data, please click on "Brush Clearance" on the menu above
Members:        Aram Kazazian, Michael Fitzgerald, Sharon Harwood, Marsha Tracy

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