The Highlands at Cimarron East community is located in Sparks, Nevada, a city of about 100,000 residents adjacent to Reno, the Biggest Little City in the World. Sparks, known as Rail City for its role in Southern Pacific Railroad history, today serves as a major warehousing and light industry hub for Northern Nevada. The Reno-Sparks metropolitan area has a population of about 425,000.
Directions: From Interstate 80 take exit 18, Pyramid Way (NV-445) north, after 7.7 miles turn right on La Posada Drive, after 2.5 miles turn right on Desert Vista Drive, the entrance to the Highlands at Cimarron East.
Our community is nestled in the eastern, high desert foothills of the Pah Rah Mountains. Looking to the west across the Spanish Springs Valley, community residents have an unparalleled view of the Sierra Nevada, famous for the 1849 Gold Rush, the Donner Party and arguably the most beautiful lake in the world, Lake Tahoe. Directly below our community and easily accessible to residents is the championship-class Red Hawk Golf Resort, which offers both public and members-only courses as well as dining and recreational facilities. Eagle Canyon Park, a modern sports complex with the world's largest outdoor Astroturf installation, lies about a mile away and provides a venue for local, regional, and national competitions in baseball, softball and soccer.
Our community is composed of 480 stucco-clad, one- and two-level houses ranging in size from 2300 to 3800 square feet, with lot sizes up to half an acre. The beautifully designed houses on large lots, the wide streets, and the large common areas give residents a sense of space and vastness accentuated by spectacular views of Mt. Rose.
We consider ourselves an active community populated by a wide range of age groups with varied interests. Children of all ages are welcome! The Homeowners Association, run by the HOA Board, provides direction and oversight ensuring compliance with the development's CC&Rs and state laws and serves as the engine for enhancing the community's appeal and addressing residents' concerns. Assisting in this effort are three standing committees staffed by volunteers from the community : Architectural Control, Landscaping and Social.
HOME PAGE DIRECTORY
Asterisk denotes password-protected section.
gives a brief introduction to our community.
allows visitors and residents alike to send an e-mail to the Association. Select who you want to send the message to from a pull-down list.
allows local businesses to advertise their services free of charge. The form is simple and self-explanatory and includes a way to insert images into the advertising space. All ads are subject to web administrator approval.
shows the list of the current Board members and their respective positions.
includes a list of committees and their members and links to current activities.
Minutes & Reports*
displays the minutes of our community's public meetings and reports produced by the Board and committees.
Documents & Forms*
is where residents can go to view CC&Rs, the Architectural Guidelines, the current budget, and other Association documents. This, too, is where you will find the Architectural Change Request Form, which you can complete online and submit directly to the Architectural Control Committee.
gives residents access to the electronic version of the newsletter, in color, beginning with the December 2008 issue.
provides a space for expanded versions of entries shown on the websites home page.
gives a month-by-month view of community activities. Entries are made by the web administrator based on information supplied by residents.
or Frequently Asked Questions enables residents to view answers to questions submitted to the HOA about matters of common interest to the community. The emphasis here is on matters of common interest. If the issue pertains to a specific property but has broader application, we will remove all personal and private references so we can share the information with all residents.
contains collection(s) of photographs relating to community events; e.g. neighborhood gatherings, Social Committee gatherings. Residents e-mail photographs and text to the web administrator for inclusion in this section.
displays a photograph of your pet and contact information in case it is lost or missing.
lists websites that are of particular interest to our community. They may include, in practical terms, just about any website that community residents would find useful. Suggestions are welcome and should be directed to the web administrator.