2019 Forest Highlands Rules

Forest Highlands Golf Club 2019 Rules, Information and Fees

The Forest Highlands Association 2019 Board of Directors

Pres ident Jim Robinson

Vi ce-Pres ident Kevin Smith

Treasurer Teri Schwab

Secretary Bob Scott

Di rectors

Kevin Czerwinski

John DiVall

Dirck Iacobelli

Thaxton Peterson

Curt Smith

Contact the Board of Directors:

fhgcboard@fhgc.com

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Leadership Team Contact Information 2425 William Palmer • Flagstaff, AZ 86005 Main: (928) 525-5200 | Fax: (928) 525-1369 | Emergency: 911 Website: www.fhgc.com

DIRECT #

MAIN # + EXT

E-MAIL

Interim General Manager/Chief Operating Officer Patricia Ashbrook 525-5255

105

pashbrook@fhgc.com

Controller Caitlin Ebbs

525-5219

119

cebbs@fhgc.com

Director of Agronomy Bill Abbey Director of Security Jim Barquin

525-5257

505

babbey@fhgc.com

525-5290

405

jbarquin@fhgc.com

Director of Golf Matt Bailey

525-5252

132

mbailey@fhgc.com

Canyon Lead Golf Assistant Steven Mauser Meadow Head Professional Ryan Smith Director of Food & Beverage Mark Thomas

525-5231

131

smauser@fhgc.com

525-5270

232

rsmith@fhgc.com

525-5201

122

mthomas@fhgc.com

Catering Manager Karen Harting

525-5227

127

kharting@fhgc.com

Meadow Restaurant Manager Chad Mason Canyon Restaurant Manager Jess-Ric Maiava

525-5205

222

cmason@fhgc.com

525-52-5

124

jmaiava@fhgc.com

Executive Chef Eddie Matney

525-2334

128

ematney@fhgc.com

Director of Recreation Kurt Martin

525-5220

305

kmartin@fhgc.com

Director of Tennis Nicole Chambers Fitness Manager Bianca Gardner

525-5225

150

nchambers@fhgc.com

525-5298

250

bgardner@fhgc.com

Utility Operations Manager Lindsey Church Common Area Manager Miguel Parra

525-5294

740

lchurch@fhgc.com

525-5284

730

mparra@fhgc.com

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RULES & INFORMATION

1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1

Warning and Disclaimer of Liability .............................................................................................. 1 1.2 Unlawful Harassment ................................................................................................................... 2 2.0 GENERAL 2.1 Code of Conduct ........................................................................................................................... 3 2.2 Club Facilities ................................................................................................................................ 4 2.3 Use of Facilities by Family Members............................................................................................. 4 2.4 Use of Facilities by Non-Members or Renters .............................................................................. 4 2.5 Lease / Rental Information ........................................................................................................... 4 2.6 Authorized Unaccompanied Guest Usage of Facilities ................................................................. 6 2.7 Attire............................................................................................................................................. 9 2.8 Reciprocity .................................................................................................................................. 10 2.9 Design and Landscaping Review Process .................................................................................... 10 2.10 Business in Homes ...................................................................................................................... 10 2.11 Cell Phones ................................................................................................................................. 11 2.12 Fires and Barbecues.................................................................................................................... 11 2.13 Firewood..................................................................................................................................... 11 2.14 Solicitation .................................................................................................................................. 11 2.15 Pets ............................................................................................................................................. 11 2.16 Smoking ...................................................................................................................................... 12 2.17 Billing Procedures ....................................................................................................................... 12 2.18 Delinquent Member Accounts ................................................................................................... 13 2.19 Repeat Account Delinquencies................................................................................................... 14 2.20 Credit Card Use ........................................................................................................................... 14 2.21 Wireless Internet and Computer Use ......................................................................................... 14 2.22 Federal Express ........................................................................................................................... 15 2.23 Facsimile / Photocopying / Printer Use ...................................................................................... 15 2.24 Notary ......................................................................................................................................... 15 2.25 Trash Removal ............................................................................................................................ 15 2.26 Recycle Program Home Service .................................................................................................. 15 2.27 Recycle Program Community Dumpsters ................................................................................... 16 2.28 Portable Basketball Hoops.......................................................................................................... 16

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2.29 Signage........................................................................................................................................ 16 2.30 Maintenance of Lots and Homes ................................................................................................ 17 3.0 SECURITY 3.1 Compliance Program & Enforcement ......................................................................................... 18 3.2 Emergency Procedures ............................................................................................................... 18 3.3 Weapons ..................................................................................................................................... 18 3.4 Vehicles....................................................................................................................................... 19 3.5 Alternative Vehicles .................................................................................................................... 19 3.6 Speed Limits................................................................................................................................ 20 3.7 Parking ........................................................................................................................................ 20 3.8 Repeat Offenders........................................................................................................................ 21 3.9 Alarm Monitoring ....................................................................................................................... 21 3.10 House Watch .............................................................................................................................. 21 3.11 Service Requests and Key Sign Outs ........................................................................................... 22 3.12 Access Control ............................................................................................................................ 22 3.13 Guest Access to Homes............................................................................................................... 23 3.14 Red Cross CPR ............................................................................................................................. 23 3.15 Residential Firewise Standards ................................................................................................... 23 3.16 Non-Compliance of the Residential Firewise Standards ............................................................. 23 3.17 Pine Needle and Tree Limb Pickup ............................................................................................. 24 3.18 Fire Safety ................................................................................................................................... 24 3.19 Drones......................................................................................................................................... 24 4.0 FOOD & BEVERAGE 4.1 Alcohol ........................................................................................................................................ 25 4.2 Service to Minors ........................................................................................................................ 25 4.3 Attire........................................................................................................................................... 25 4.4 Reservations and Cancellations .................................................................................................. 25 4.5 Reservation No Show Policy ....................................................................................................... 25 4.6 Responsibility of Members ......................................................................................................... 25 4.7 On/Off Premise Consumption .................................................................................................... 26 4.8 Service Charges........................................................................................................................... 26 4.9 Catering....................................................................................................................................... 26 4.10 Private Functions ........................................................................................................................ 26

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5.0 GOLF 5.1

Use of Golf Courses..................................................................................................................... 27 5.2 Guest Play ................................................................................................................................... 27 5.3 Guest Tokens .............................................................................................................................. 28 5.4 Golf Courtesy Guidelines ............................................................................................................ 28 5.5 Use of Facilities by Juniors .......................................................................................................... 29 5.6 Reserving Tee/Starting Times ..................................................................................................... 29 5.7 Cancellation Policy ...................................................................................................................... 30 5.8 Attire........................................................................................................................................... 30 5.9 Non-Cash Service Charge ............................................................................................................ 31 5.10 Use of Golf Practice Facilities...................................................................................................... 31 5.11 Cart Path Use .............................................................................................................................. 31 5.12 Use of Golf Carts ......................................................................................................................... 31 5.13 Use of Pushcarts ......................................................................................................................... 32 5.14 Handicap Cart Access.................................................................................................................. 32 5.15 Lightning ..................................................................................................................................... 32 5.16 Immediate Family Guest Rate..................................................................................................... 33 5.17 Choose-up “No Show” Policy ...................................................................................................... 33 5.18 Handicap Systems and Eligibility for Golf Competition............................................................... 34 5.19 Golf Events.................................................................................................................................. 34 5.20 Caddie Program .......................................................................................................................... 34 6.0 RECREATION 6.1 Program Reservations................................................................................................................. 35 6.2 Recreation Facility Guest Use ..................................................................................................... 35 6.3 Kids Kamp and Recreation Programs.......................................................................................... 35 6.4 Babysitting Fee............................................................................................................................ 35 6.5 Concierge/Residential Services................................................................................................... 36 6.6 Locker Rooms.............................................................................................................................. 36 6.7 Pool Rules ................................................................................................................................... 36 6.8 Swim Lessons .............................................................................................................................. 37 6.9 Tennis / Pickleball Courts............................................................................................................ 37 6.10 Court Attire ................................................................................................................................. 38 6.11 Court Guest Play ......................................................................................................................... 38 6.12 Court Reservations...................................................................................................................... 38

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6.13 Prohibited Court Use .................................................................................................................. 39 6.14 Tennis/Pickleball Ball Machines.................................................................................................. 39 6.15 Fitness Center ............................................................................................................................. 39 6.16 Personal Trainers and Massage Therapists................................................................................. 40 6.17 Common Areas ........................................................................................................................... 40 6.18 Meadow Loop Walking and Biking Trail...................................................................................... 40 6.19 Meadow Sports Park................................................................................................................... 41 6.20 Fishing......................................................................................................................................... 41 6.21 Walking ....................................................................................................................................... 41 6.22 Biking .......................................................................................................................................... 41 6.23 Dog Park...................................................................................................................................... 42 Association Fees.......................................................................................................................... 43 7.2 Security ....................................................................................................................................... 43 7.3 Golf Charges................................................................................................................................ 44 7.4 Recreation................................................................................................................................... 44 7.5 Tennis / Pickleball Court Fees ..................................................................................................... 45 7.6 Water Company Charges ............................................................................................................ 45 7.7 Wastewater Reclamation Charges.............................................................................................. 45 7.8 Violations of LEASING Policies / FH Rules ................................................................................... 46 7.9 HOURS OF OPERATION 8.0 Hours of Operation ................................................................................................................. 47 – 48 FEES 7.0 FEES 7.1

Yellow highlighting denotes a change in 2019

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RULES & INFORMATION

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INTRODUCTION The following behavior rules apply to Members, children, and guests on Forest Highlands’ property. The rules have been designed to provide a safe, supportive and happy environment at Forest Highlands. The Association Rules contain certain standards for appropriate decorum and behavior, which are expected from all Members, residents and their guests. Members are responsible for the actions of their family and guests. Unbecoming conduct in relationships with other Members, Association employees or any other member of the community will not be tolerated. In the event of any conflict between any provision of these Association Rules and any provision of the CC&R’s, the Articles, Bylaws, Enforcement Policies and Procedures, or Development Standards, the provisions of these Association Rules shall be deemed to be superseded by the aforementioned. In the best interest of the Association and at its discretion, the Forest Highlands Board of Directors may temporarily diverge from, suspend or modify an existing Forest Highlands rule or regulation in relation to a specific event or occurrence, when that change has been approved by the Board or Forest Highlands’ management. The General Rules are foundational to our Community. The Board will not tolerate any violation of these General Rules. Infractions of the General Rules will lead to immediate disciplinary action and the Board will takes steps to recoup, as Special Assessments, from any guilty party all costs, expenses, damages and other obligations incurred or expended by the Association as a result of any Member(s)’ (or family member(s)’ or guest(s)’) breach of these General Rules. The General Rules are in addition to and not in replacement of, other Rules set forth in these Association Rules. In the event behavior is covered in these General Rules and in a specific rule below, all such rules will apply independently. The Association is obligated to provide a harassment-free environment for its employees. Failure to do so can expose the Association to extensive liability. Members’ behavior can create a hostile work environment. Therefore, every Member must be mindful that her or his behavior to our employees must be respectful and appropriate at all times. Employees : Members must treat all employees, including management staff, with respect. Members may not direct, discipline, criticize, threaten, harass, or ask personal favors of, any employees or otherwise interfere with any employee’s job or responsibilities. Members may not say, text, email, or post on any social media any pictures, statements, criticism or disparaging comment about any Association employee. Members may not direct management staff to provide information or produce reports; however, Members may request from the Board or the General Manager the reports mandated by law by following the process set forth by law. Language: Members shall use appropriate language at all times. No foul, vulgar, threatening or demeaning language will be tolerated on the Association property or directed at any other Member or guest or anyAssociation employee.

General Rules

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Communication : Any advice, complaint or suggestion regarding employee performance, Association operations, or any other Association business must be submitted in writing and signed by the Member. It may be delivered to the Association’s General Manager or to the Board President. ANY OTHER communication of any kind, including without limitation any anonymous communication, communication directed to a particular employee or Member, or broadly circulated communication that criticizes or threatens any employee or Association officer shall not be tolerated and shall be deemed a violation of these Rules. The Association recognizes that Members may discuss among themselves general observations, but any specific or direct communication that violates this Rule, or any widespread communication intended to cast any employee in a bad light will not be tolerated. Expenses : The Association may incur significant expenses as a result of any Member, family member, or guest violating these General Rules or any of the other Association Rules. The Association may pursue to the greatest extent allowed by law and the Association’s governing documents restitution from any Members who cause the Association to incur such expenses. Without limiting the foregoing, the Association may assess against any such Member as a Special Assessment the Association’s expenses in addressing a Member’s violation of any AssociationRule. Warning and Disclaimer of Liability The use of the facilities at Forest Highlands (golf courses, practice areas, playgrounds, ponds, pools, streets, etc.) possesses certain inherent risks. Among those risks are potential injuries arising from falls, errant golf balls, traffic accidents, drowning/submersion, the use of maintenance equipment and the like. By virtue of their membership, the payment of their dues, and the use of the aforementioned facilities, members, for themselves, their families and their guests, acknowledge the existence of these and all similar risks attendant to the use of the facilities. Members also acknowledge being warned to avoid these risks at all times. Members further acknowledge the Association, its directors, officers and employees have taken, and will continue to take every reasonable step to prevent such incidents from occurring. Therefore, in consideration of the foregoing, and in being permitted to use the facilities, members and their families and guests agree that neither the Association nor its directors, officers, employees, or agents shall be held liable for any injury or death resulting from the use of the facilities whether due to alleged negligence or otherwise. Unlawful Harassment Forest Highlands is committed to providing a work environment that is free from all forms of discrimination and conduct that can be considered harassing, coercive, or disruptive, including but not limited to sexual harassment. Actions, words, jokes, or comments based on an individual’s sex, race, color, national origin, age, religion, disability, or any other legally protected characteristic will not be tolerated. This policy applies without limitation to all members, guests, vendors, and employees of Forest Highlands and its affiliate organizations.

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GENERAL

Code of Conduct The following behavior rules apply to members, children and guests. The rules have been designed to provide a safe, supportive and happy environment at Forest Highlands. Certain violations are considered flagrant and will result in disciplinary action by Forest Highlands’ staff and/or the Board of Directors. Actions considered as flagrant include, but are not limited to: • The use and/or discharge of a weapon (knife, firearm, etc.). • Exceeding any posted speed limit on the private roads. • Driving or being in actual control of a vehicle while impaired in anyway. • Driving a vehicle in reckless disregard, or by an underage person, endangering the safety of persons or property. • Physical assault, verbal abuse, bullying, harassment or intimidation (threatening to cause physical injury or damage to the property of another) of any person including, without limitation, other members, guests or employees of the Association. • Failure to stop (and provide identification upon request) when directed to do so by the Association’s Security Officers or other employees or agents of the Association monitoring speeding or compliance with the Association’s Rules pertaining to the use of private roads or club facilities. • Failure to comply with directions or orders, including providing identification upon request of the Association’s supervisory personnel, golf professionals or rangers. • Offensive language or sexual remarks, advances or touching. • Making another individual the object of degrading or humiliating jokes. • Damage to or theft of Forest Highlands’ property. • Loud playing of music or other loud noises/voices prior to 7 a.m. and after 10 p.m. that interferes with surrounding neighbors. • Refusal to follow instructions of staffmembers. • The use, possession or distribution of illegal substances on Forest Highlands’ property or at off-site programs. • Any action that endangers the safety, health or welfare of other individuals. • Conduct which constitutes a crime under laws of the state of Arizona or the ordinances of Coconino County, Arizona, or the government of the UnitedStates. • Children are permitted access to the Club facilities with the understanding they do not infringe upon another Member’s use and enjoyment of theClub. If, at any time a person’s behavior threatens the safety or welfare of other individuals, that person shall be immediately removed from the activity in which the offensive behavior occurred.

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Club Facilities The facilities are referred to herein as “the Club” and “Club Facilities,” as further defined in the CC&R’s, Section 1.22. The golf cart storage area, bag room, golf course maintenance area and water treatment facilities are off-limits to members unless accompanied by an authorized employee. Property belonging to the Association is not to be removed from the facilities. Use of Facilities by FamilyMembers Use of the facilities, as defined in section 3 of the CC&R’s, is reserved for Members only. Immediate Family (defined as Children and Grandchildren over the age of 25) and Extended Family are considered guests. Guests may use the Common Area Facilities only when accompanied by (in the physical presence of) a Member. Members are responsible for the conduct, rules violation(s) and expenses of any guest and guests of their children using any Common Area Facilities. Members can authorize unaccompanied guest use of Common Area Facilities by requesting Guest Cards from the Administration Office. 48 hour notice minimum is required to process Guest Card Requests. Please see the Unaccompanied Guest Policy Handbook and Section 2.6 for further details. You can contact the Administration Staff about Guest Cards by sending an email to pass@fhgc.com or calling (928) 525-9014 during regular office hours. Members who wish to authorized unaccompanied guest use would use one of the following programs: • Immediate Family Guest Cards are available for Children and Grandchildren of the Designated Member/Spouse who are between the ages of 25 and 34. See section 2.6. • House Guest Cards are available for Children and Grandchildren of the Designated Member/Spouse who have reached their 35 th birthday, extended family members and friends of the Designated Member/Spouse. Use of Facilities by Non-Members Non-members MAY NOT use any Common Area Facilities (except for roads) unless accompanied by a Member. This includes Golf Courses, Golf Practice Areas, Putting Course, Pools, Tennis Courts, Clubhouses, Restaurants, Recreation and Children’s Centers, Fitness Center, Sports Park, other parks or Ponds/Lakes. Members are responsible for the conduct, regulation violations and expenses of their guests, children and guests of their children while they are on Forest Highlands’ property. Exceptions may be made at the sole discretion of the General Manager.

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Lease / Rental Information As provided in Section 12.17 of the CC&Rs, an Owner may LEASE his Lot, but the Owner is responsible

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for assuring compliance by his LESSEE with all the provisions of the CC&Rs, the Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Association Rules and Development Standards, all as amended and supplemented from time to time, and shall be jointly and severally responsible for any violations by his LESSEE. Owners are also noticed that they are required to adhere to the Coconino County Zoning Regulations (3.7). No Owner may LEASE less than his entire Lot and the residence situated thereon. Except for a lease to a Member, no Lot shall be leased for a period of less than thirty (30) days. All LEASES must be in writing and must provide that the terms of the LEASE are subject in all respects to the provisions of the CC&Rs, the Articles of Incorporation, Bylaws, Association Rules and Development Standards, all as amended and supplemented from time to time, and that any violation of the CC&Rs or the Association Rules by the LESSEE or other occupants of the Lot shall be a default under the LEASE. At least five (5) business days before commencement of the LEASE term, the Owner shall provide the Association with the following information by filling out a LESSEE Information Form AND a LESSEE/Property Owner Acknowledgement Form which may be found on the Member’s Only website at www.fhgc.com or may be requested from the AdministrationOffice: • the commencement date and expiration date of the LEASE term; • the names, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses of each LESSEE and of each other person who will reside on the Lot during the LEASE term; • a description and the license plate number of the LESSEE’s vehicles; • the address and telephone number at which the Owner can be contacted by the Association during the LEASE term; and • the name, address and telephone number of a person other than the Owner whom the Association can contact in the event of an emergency involving the Lot. The LESSEE/Property Acknowledgement Form DOES NOT need to be signed if the LESSEE is a Property Owner or Designated Member. LEASING a home is defined as, the owner or their representative receiving compensation (monetary or otherwise) for the use of a home at Forest Highlands). The term RENTING or LEASING, for the purposes of the Forest Highlands Rules & Regulations are synonymous. Failure to have the LESSEE Information Form and the Property Owner Acknowledgement Form on file with the Administration Office at least five (5) business days before the commencement of the LEASE term will be considered in violation of the Forest Highlands Rules & Regulations and subject to the fines and penalties outlined in Section 7.8 of this document. No person(s) LEASING a house in Forest Highlands may be an unaccompanied guest without the approval of the General Manager. Requests for these exceptions must be made in writing at least ten 10 days prior to the start of LEASE. Supporting documentation from a licensed real estate broker representing the LESSEE is a qualified buyer may be required for review. Additionally, if the LESSEE is considering the purchase of a Special Membership the General Manager may approve the LESSEE to be an unaccompanied guest. Any Owner who advertises their home for LEASE/RENT in Forest Highlands MUST include the following

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language in any advertisement or on-line listing (VRBO, Home Away, Airbnb, etc.). This must be conspicuously posted in the main body of the advertisement or listing: • “Use of any of the common area facilities (Golf Courses, Golf Practice Areas, Golf Course Paths, Putting Course, Pools, Tennis Courts, Clubhouses, Restaurants, Fitness Centers, Sports Park, Ponds/Lakes, disc golf course, playgrounds etc.) IS STRICTLY PROHIBITED by anyone leasing a home unless accompanied by a Forest Highlands Golf Club Member. Renting or leasing a home in Forest Highlands gives you access for ingress and egress to the home only, and use of the roads and walking trail for walking/biking.” Any Member aware of a violation of the above rules is requested to immediately contact the Security or Administration Office. Any violations of the above Rules and Regulations are subject to fines and penalties as published in Section 7.8 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information and Fees.

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Authorized Unaccompanied Guest Usage of Facilities: Immediate Family Guests

Immediate Family Guests are defined as children and grandchildren, of the Designated Member/Spouse, who have reached their 25th birthday but not yet reached their 35th birthday. Each Immediate Family Guest who wishes to use the Common Area Facilities unaccompanied must have a valid guest card on their person. Children and Grandchildren (25-34) and their Spouse are eligible for:

1. Year-Long Family Guest Card 2. Single Use Family Guest Card:

a. One Week (up to 7 consecutive days) b. One Month (30/31 consecutive days) c. One Year (365 consecutive days) Without an Immediate Family Guest Card, Immediate Family Guest:

• Must be accompanied by Designated Member, Designated Member Spouse/Domestic Partner, Child or Grandchild (under age 25) in all Common Area Facilities without restriction except; • May not be accompanied by members who are under 12 y/o for Golf, Golf Practice Areas, or Fitness Center. • May play golf in accordance with Section 5.2 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. With an Immediate Family Guest Card: • May be unaccompanied in Common Area Facilities except for Golf and Golf Practice Areas (excluding putting course). • May Accompany (1) additional non-family *(spouse, friend, girl/boy friend, etc.) guest in the

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Common Area Facilities (this guest does not need card) • May play golf in accordance with Section 5.2 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. • May NOT Accompany additional guests (*beyond one permitted above) in the Common Area Facilities without Designated Member or Designated Member Spouse/Domestic Partner present. • May NOT have dining reservations between Memorial Day & Labor Day (walk - in dining ONLY). • Family Guests must have Family Guest Card in their possession and provide to any staff member upon request. • All charges MUST be placed on Designated Member account. No credit cards, cash or checks will be accepted from any unaccompanied guest. • While not the intention of the Club at any time, the Club reserves the right to limit access to any facility to guests without notice in order to accommodate Members. • Violations of any Forest Highlands Rules by Guests or violations of this policy will be subject to the fines as outlined in Section 7.8 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees • Additional Guest Fees are applicable for use of the Fitness Center, Tennis Facility, Pools and any Recreation or other Programs that guests participate in. See page 44 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information and Fees. • Fees for Guest Cards are non-refundable. House Guest Credit Program House Guests are defined as Children and Grandchildren of the Designated Member/Spouse who have reached their 35th birthday, other extended family members and friends of the Designated Member/Spouse. No person renting / leasing a home in Forest Highlands may be a “House Guest”. Guest Credit Program: The Guest Credit Program is available for Forest Highlands Members to authorize unaccompanied “House Guests” to use the Forest Highlands Common Area Facilities. Each Designated Member will be issued 90 Guest Credits to be used for “House Guests” between May 1 - October 31 in conjunction with the purchase of a House Guest Card. No use of guest credits will be required between November 1 and April 30, but the purchase of a guest card is still required. Guest Credit Usage will be calculated as follows: Each person over 12 years of age issued a guest card multiplied by the number of days the guest card is issued for = Number of Guest Credits Used EXAMPLE: Family of 5 (two adults, one child aged 24, one child aged 15 and one child aged 11) staying for 7 days: 4 people over 12 years of age x 7 days = 28 Guest Credits Used

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Available House Guest Cards:

1. Single Day Guest Card (per day up to 6 days) 2. One Week (up to 7 consecutive days) 3. Two Week (8 consecutive days to 14 consecutive days)

Without a House Guest Card, House Guest: • May be accompanied by Designated Member, Designated Member Spouse/Domestic Partner, Child or Grandchild (under age 25) in all Common Area Facilities without restriction except; • May not be accompanied by Members who are under 12 y/o for Golf, Golf Practice Areas, or Fitness Center. • May play golf in accordance with Section 5.2 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. With a Guest Card, House Guest: • May be a “House Guest” for a maximum of 14 days total between May 1 and October 31. • May be unaccompanied in Common Area Facilities except for Golf and Golf Practice Areas. • May play golf in accordance with Section 5.2 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. • Must have a House Guest Card in possession at all times, and provide to any staff member upon request, for each person (over the age of 12) while using any facility unaccompanied by the Designated Member, Designated Member Spouse/Domestic Partner, Child or Grandchild (under age 25). • May NOT accompany additional guests, other than minor children ages 12 and under. • May NOT have dining reservations between Memorial Day & Labor Day (walk - in dining ONLY). • May NOT use dining rooms (excluding bar areas) from Memorial Day to Labor Day during the hours of 5:00pm - 8:00pm on Thursday, Friday or Saturday evenings. • May NOT attend Friday night Cooldown Party unless accompanied by a Member. • Violations to any Forest Highlands Rules by Guests or violations of this policy will be subject to the fines as outlined in section 7.8 of the Forest Highlands Rules, Information & Fees. • Guest Credits are non-transferable and may not be bartered or sold in any way. • Guest Credits do not carry over year to year. • All charges MUST be placed on the member account. No credit cards accepted from unaccompanied guests. • While not the intention of the Club at any time, the Club reserves the right to limit access to any facility to guests without notice in order to accommodate Members. • Additional Guest Fees are applicable for use of the Fitness Center, Tennis Facility, Pools and any Recreation or other Programs that guests participate in. See the page 44 of the Forest Highlands

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Rules, Information and Fees. • Fees and Credits for Guest Cards are non-refundable.

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Attire Throughout the Club property, certain standards of dress are expected of all members, spouses, dependents and guests. While these standards may vary in different areas depending on the purpose and usage of that area, it is expected that all persons will choose to dress in a fashion befitting our Club and in a manner reflecting their respect for othermembers. Members should inform their guests of the dress requirements prior to bringing them to the Club, thus preventing an embarrassing situation for them, their guests and the management of the Club. Management is directed by the Board of Directors to refuse service to persons who do not conform to the Dress Code. To preclude the necessity of this action, the Board of Directors asks members to monitor the dress of their children and guests so that they meet the Club’s Dress Code guidelines and their appearance is not offensive to other members and guests. • Hats may be worn by men or women in any area of the Canyon Clubhouse, with the exception of the main Dining Room area. • Hats may be worn in all areas of the Meadow Clubhouse before 5:00pm daily. After 5:00pm hats are not permitted to be worn in the Meadow dining room. • Hats and visors worn backwards are not permitted anywhere in the Clubhouse Facilities or Golf Courses. All hats and visors should be worn with the bill facing forward. • Golf and tennis attire is permitted in and around the Clubhouses during daytime hours. • Casual attire in good taste is always acceptable for lunch. • Nice jeans are acceptable in all dining areas. • Nice shorts are acceptable throughout the Meadow clubhouse and the Canyon patio and lounge area. • Athleisure is appropriate attire at the Meadow and the Canyon during the day and in the evenings at the Meadow. Athleisure outfits are yoga pants, tights and leggings that "look like athletic wear" and are characterized as "fashionable, dressed up sweats and exercise clothing”. At the Meadow, finished collared shirts are suggested for evening dining. • For evening dining, the dress code is “country club casual.” • On Friday evenings and some Holiday Events (Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day) at the Canyon Clubhouse, shorts and/or golf attire will be permitted in the Canyon dining room with the exception of hats. The dress code will remain in effect for all other dining periods. • T-shirts are never appropriate attire in the evening at the Canyon. Please note that some t-shirts may be deemed inappropriate at any time because of their content. • Cut-offs, bib overalls, coveralls, coaches shorts, gym shorts, sweat pants, sweat suits, t-shirts, halter tops, tube tops, swim suits, exposed mid-riff wear, muscle shirts are never acceptable in any

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dining room or patio. • Coaches shorts, gym shorts, sweat pants, sleeved t-shirts, and swim suits are permitted in the Family Recreation Center. • Please understand Club staff may have to turn away members or guests because of inappropriate attire (Defined as dirty, ragged or torn clothing, which presents an unkempt appearance or are deemed inappropriate in any area of the Club). • The Club, in its sole discretion, may temporarily suspend or adjust any of the attire guidelines if in its judgment believes it is in the best interest of the membership for a particular event. Because all rooms of the Clubhouse are used for dining, appropriate attire, conduct and appearance is required at all times. Anyone who is in doubt about appropriate and suitable attire for a specific event or in any particular area of the Club should call the General Manager, Golf Shop or Administration Office. Refusal to abide by the dress code could lead to disciplinary measures, including suspension of Club privileges by the Board of Directors. Reciprocity The Club does not share reciprocity with other clubs; therefore, guests may not sign tickets for services at the Club. Similarly, members may not sign tickets at other clubs to be charged to their Forest Highlands account. Any charges received from other clubs will be returned to the originating club with notification to the responsible member. However, cash, checks and credit cards are accepted in the Golf Shop for both purchases and guest fees. Guests may use credit cards in the dining rooms or other Food & Beverage outlets when accompanied by a member. Design and Landscape Review Process All architectural and landscaping plans must be submitted through the Administration Office to the Design Review Committee (DRC) for approval. Members making changes to their property or structures must submit plans to the Design Review Committee. There are specific rules governing the Design and Landscaping Review process. Members should contact the Administration Office or access the Member’s Only area of the website www.fhgc.com to receive a current copy of the Forest Highlands Development Standards which contain these rules or for additional information. One such rule deals with landscape irrigation which is limited to low flow emitters. Maximum landscape irrigation shall not exceed 3,000 gallons per month after 24 months from installation. Members shall be responsible for violations of the Development Standards by their contractors. Any fines levied against the contractor are ultimately the responsibility of the Member.

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2.10 Business in Homes In accordance with the CC&R’s Section 12.1, each lot may only be used for residential purposes and none other. No business or commercial building may be erected on any lot and no business or commercial

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enterprise or other non-residential use may be conducted on any part thereof.

2.11 Cell Phones Cell phone use is permitted in the lobby areas of the clubhouses, however, those using cell phones are advised to use discretion and courtesy. Cell phones should be placed in the “vibrate” mode when in the clubhouses or on the golf course. Cell phone use is not permitted in the locker rooms, bar and eating areas of the clubhouses or Recreation Facility. In all other areas, including the golf course, cell phones should be used in such a manner as to not disturb other members or guests. 2.12 Fires and Barbecues No open fires shall be permitted at Forest Highlands (except for “bonfires” organized by the Forest Highlands Recreation Department). Forest Highlands, in conjunction with Coconino County fire officials, may initiate a “Red Flag Alert” during periods of high fire danger. During red flag alert periods, smoking outdoors anywhere on Common Area property is prohibited. 2.13 Firewood Firewood may be stored in an unscreened area provided it is neatly stacked in an inconspicuous location. It is recommended that wood piles should not be covered at any time. However if they are covered the material must be either clear or dark brown. It should be as far from the house as possible and never against the house or under a deck. 2.14 Solicitation Solicitation of any type by any person within the boundaries of Forest Highlands is strictly prohibited. This includes door to door canvassing, oral announcements, distribution of printed material or the posting of any type or form of solicitation material. Posting of announcements or solicitation material is permitted by members only on the open bulletin board in the community mailroom. Contractors, businesses or outside service providers may post announcements or solicitations on the enclosed bulletin board in the community mailroom, with the approval of the Director of Security or General Manager. The Membership Directory containing the names, addresses, telephone numbers, fax numbers and e- mail addresses of the members of the Association located on the www.fhgc.com website shall be used solely for social purposes.

2.15 Pets All Coconino County ordinances concerning pets apply to Forest Highlands. Coconino County and Forest Highlands require dogs to be confined within the owner’s property by a suitable enclosure, this

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includes invisible fencing. If a suitable enclosure is not available, dogs shall be restrained by a leash, cord, rope or chain and shall be confined within the boundary of the owner’s property. All confirmed dog bites involving Forest Highlands’ members will be reported by Forest Highlands Security to the appropriate Coconino County authorities. Incessant and disturbing barking of dogs is strictly prohibited and is subject to the Coconino County Dog Ordinance. Pets are not permitted in or around the Clubhouses, tennis courts, swimming pools or the Recreation Center at any time and must be kept off the golf courses, putting greens and practice areas at all times. Dogs are not allowed on the golf courses including cart paths except: • During the summer season (generally May through October) dogs on leashes may be walked on the cart paths before and after golfing hours (generally before 7:00a.m. and after7:00p.m.). • During the winter season (generally November through April) dogs on leashes may be walked on the course. • At no time are dogs permitted on the sidewalks or cart paths near the Clubhouses or patio eating areas. Temporary dog parking is available at the Peaks Café’ (Recreation Center) from 7:00 – 9:00am if picking up coffee or breakfast to go. SERVICE ANIMALS: All service animals actively engaged with their owner are considered an exception to the rules detailed above. Service animals are trained to perform tasks for the benefit of individuals with physical or mental disabilities, including but not limited to, guiding the blind, alerting the deaf, alerting and protecting those prone to seizures, or other tasks directly related to a disability. Pets and other animals with the sole function of providing comfort, companionship or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the Americans with Disabilities Act or state law, and must comply with the rules detailed above. At all times, while on common areas and roads, dogs must be restrained by leashes, and dog droppings must be immediately removed and disposed of in an appropriate manner. 2.16 Smoking Members must extinguish and discard all smoking materials in appropriate containers. In an effort to provide a smoke-free environment, smoking, including electronic cigarettes, is prohibited inside both the Canyon and Meadow Clubhouses; however, smoking is permitted in designated areas of both clubhouses. Smoking is allowed only at designated areas on the golf courses. During periods of “Red Flag Alert,” no smoking will be allowed anywhere in Forest Highlands except on private property or in private vehicles. 2.17 Billing Procedures Member statements will be generated in the first week of each month. Such billings will include the current month’s dues (which are referred to as “Regular Assessments” under the CC&R’s) plus any member charges from the previous month including but not limited to restaurant charges, golf charges,

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