Rosedale Master Homeowners Association
Rosedale’s Master Homeowners Association (RMHA) is a non-profit corporation that governs single
family homes, communities that do not have homeowner associations, and all common areas.
Common areas include streets, sidewalks, entryways, gatehouses, mailboxes, signs, signposts, street
lighting, and cable TV.
The RMHA is responsible for:
• Establishing standards for homes/property and ensuring that they continue to be met.
• Landscaping common areas.
• Maintaining roads and their signs, lakes, utilities, and sidewalks.
• Maintaining buildings and structures in the common areas.
• Controlling entrance access to the community.
• Posting stop signs and speed limits.
• Establishing a bulk cable contract for Rosedale.
The RMHA is legally defined by three primary documents filed with the State of Florida and is
empowered by Florida state legislation.
• Master Articles of Incorporation
• Master By-Laws
• Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CC&Rs)
These documents are found on this website under the tab “Residents Only.”
All Rosedale homeowners must abide by the CC&Rs and must pay an annual fee to the RMHA to fund its
All Board Members and Committee Chairs and Committee Members are residents of Rosedale and
are unpaid volunteers.
Governance of the RMHA is through its Board of Directors, who are elected by vote of all homeowners
to one-year terms. The current RMHA Board of Directors is made up of:
Don Goodenow, President
Paul Meehan, Secretary
Bob Eisenbeis, Treasurer
The RMHA has twelve standing committees:
Architectural Review Committee (ARC)
Communication and Website Committee
Community Access Committee
Investment Management Committee
Landscaping and Irrigation Committee
Stormwater Management Committee
Transition and Legal Issues Committee
See the tab “Committees” for more information.
The RMHA holds monthly meetings open to all residents.