What is the OSMA (Open Space Maintenance Association)?

The OSMA was established to manage and maintain the over 200 acres of wildlands and irrigated parcels of open space within the Fountaingrove II planned development. The 591 lot owners pay $58 per month to fund the OSMA.  The OSMA, with a five person volunteer Board, is obligated to maintain firebreaks, manage the wildlands in an environmentally responsible manner, protect and re-establish endangered native plants and provide upkeep for the irrigated landscapes.  

The OSMA does not enforce the community's three sets of Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs).  The CC&Rs are enforced through different entities known as the Architectural Review Committees (ARCs).