Welcome to Trilogy® at Monarch Dunes in Nipomo, CA! Whether you are moving from across the street, across the country, or across the world, we are happy to welcome you our beautiful community. Trilogy® at Monarch Dunes is unique in that the community is governed by three separate Homeowner Assocations - each with their own individual rules, bylaws, and Board of Directors. Keep reading to learn more!

HOA Regular Office Hours: (805) 343-7530

HOA Offices After-Hours: (844) 744 - 4316

What is the Central Coast Maintenance Association?

The CCMA is composed of all homeowners, single-family and townhomes. This does not include commercial. The CCMA is also responsible for member single-family residence front yard design and maintenance.

The CCMA Board of Directors are five homeowners who are elected by the owner/members of Trilogy® at Monarch Dunes for a two-year term.

In addition to setting and managing the CCMA annual budget, the Board of Directors may establish committees to assist on professional, technical, and organizational matters, make decisions on the operations and maintenance of Monarch Club building, parking lots, walkways, roads, and landscaping. The CCMA Board of Directors hires the club management agent, HOAMCO, to implement and oversee lifestyle activities and manage the business aspect of the beverage and food service, fitness classes, spa, and special events.

What is the Woodlands Master Association?

The WMA is an umbrella association that helps oversee public spaces that impact Homeowners (Central Coast Maintenance Association), Townhome owners (Monarch Ridge Townhomes Association) and Golf/Commercial areas, which includes the commercial golf course, Professional Parkway and the Village Center.

The WMA Board of Directors sets the annual budget and may establish advisory committees to assist with professional, technical, and organizational matters. They will also makes decisions on maintaining and administering common areas such as pocket parks, green belts, trail systems, Butterfly preserve, water features, the Eucalyptus Grove and the HOA vineyard.


HOAMCO is the professional homeowner’s association management company engaged by the CCMA and the WMA to manage their operations on a day-to-day basis. HOAMCO employs over 70 people at Monarch Dunes, including the General Manager, Director of Club Operations and Facilities, administrative staff, food & beverage and spa/fitness center staff, maintenance, and housekeeping staff.

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What is the Monarch Ridge Townhome Association?

The Monarch Ridge Townhome Association (MRTA) is composed of all townhome homeowners. The MRTA Board of Directors are five homeowners who are elected by the townhome owners for a specified term. The business meetings are held 4 times a year.

In addition to setting and managing the MRTA annual budget, they may establish committees to assist on professional, technical and organizational matters, make decisions on the operations and maintenance of the townhomes, parking, walkways, and landscaping. The MRTA abide by the Rules and Regulations established for the CCMA and WMA as well as their own set of Rules and Regulations specific to townhouse living.

The owner/members pay monthly dues for:

  • Landscaping 
  • Capital improvements 
  • Repairs, maintenance
  • Reserve funding

The Monarch Ridge Townhome Association is professionally managed by The Management Trust. Click here to Login on the Homeowner Site.

What is the Woodlands Mutual Water Company?

Mission Statement
WMWC management and staff strive to provide our shareholders with a reliable and safe water supply at a reasonable cost, while providing the highest level of customer service.

The Woodlands Mutual Water Company (WMWC) of San Luis Obispo County is a corporation organized under the laws of California for the purpose of providing water and sewer services to property owners on approximately 957 acres situated on the Nipomo Mesa – commonly known as “The Woodlands”. WMWC was formed for the purpose of serving water to its shareholders at cost. The purpose of a mutual water company is not to make a profit, but to charge such fees and rates for the services it provides as are necessary to acquire water and to build, operate, and maintain a water and sewer system in the community.

Click here to get additional details on the Woodlands Mutual Water Company - including important information regarding COVID-19 Wastewater Testing.