Committee News
Committee Chairpersons & Club Contacts

204 Committee - Randy Clendaniel
Architectural and Compliance -  Fred Brownson, Rob Caroll, Michael Sweere, D
ean Boddy
Emergency Preparedness (EPC) - Linda Brownson
Fun Club - Ronnie McMillen
Garage Sales - Pat Larson
Interview -
Virgilia Becker
Men's Golf - David Wallace
Neighborhood Watch/Safety - L
yon Dalton
Recycling Committee - Ray Kendrick
Rental - Cindy Klatt
Shuffleboard - Robin Johnson
Woman's Golf - Beck
i Phipps
Update 4/18/2017
Desert Crest Community Association  -   Desert Edge, CA
Emergency Preparedness (EPC)
“It is the mission of the Desert Crest Emergency Preparedness Committee to minimize the loss of life and damage to our property
during acts of destruction,  by creating awareness of potential dangers, encouraging the remedy or mitigation of these threats to
our person and property, by obtaining and maintaining emergency gear and supplies to be self sufficient for a fourteen-day period,
and by providing necessary training opportunities to all residents to improve their skills and enhance everyone’s chance for
survival in case of a disaster.”
Commitees & clubs
Architectural and Compliance
The priority of this committee is to help you make improvements to your property and to help with the permits required by Riverside

Architectural Submittal Forms
Scull Rock at Joshua Tree NP
CERT trained EPC Members at the Roy Boggs'  Building
Recycling Committee
A committee consisting of Ray Kendrick  will be working each Monday beginning at
7:30 am checking the garbage for recyclable items.  The money received for selling
these items will be kept by the Fun Club for them.  Purchases include a portable
sound system and professional gym equipment.  Homeowners are encouraged to
write down suggestions for future purchases.  Homeowners are reminded not  to put
these recyclable items in their blue box, preferably in a plastic bag away from the
2.04 Committee
This committee reports directly to the board and  is responsible for addressing the issue of properties deemed derelict in the
park. Its responsibilities include recommendation and  completion of corrective action as approved by the board.

This committee reviews properties in the park that are not up to park standards and after board approval, will have the properties
cleaned and charge the owner, if the owner does not respond to the request to properly maintain their property.