Escrow Statement & Transfer Fee
All Property Owners in Mandalay are members of the Channel Islands Waterfront Homeowners Association by virtue of owning property here.
The board members of the Channel Islands Waterfront Homeowners Association are all volunteers
The Association does not own any common areas, nor does the Association contract out any services.
The Associations primary mission is to serve as a liaison between the City of Oxnard and the homeowners.
The only insurance the Association carries to cover the members of the board. The Association does not provide any insurance for any attached or individual homes.
There is no pending litigation in regards to the Homeowners Association. There are no pending assessments from the Homeowners Association.
There is a transfer fee of $75 upon any transfer of title.
Please provide contact information for homeowner including:
- name (first & last)
- marina address
- mailing address – if different from Marina Address
- phone (including Area Code)
- Fee of $75.00
Checks should be made payable to Channel Islands Waterfront Homeowners Association (or CIWHA). The transfer fee should be mailed to:
1237 S. Victoria Ave, STE 197
Oxnard CA 93035.
Annual dues for property owners are $50 per year to be a member in good standing.
Please forward your payment confirmation with either the form (PDF) on this page or your property and contact information to email@example.com
A copy of the CC&Rs will be emailed upon receipt of transfer fees and written request. A copy of the CC&R’s can also be obtained from the County recorder.
You can download a pdf here: CIWHOA_CC&Rs
TRACT MAP FOR PROPERTIES IN CIWHA WATERWAYS 1
Frequently Asked Questions
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Waterways Assesment on Property Tax Bill
There is a Waterways-1 assessment on property tax bills for properties in this development. This fee is not paid to the Homeowners Association. This fee is paid to the City of Oxnard for expenses in Waterways 1 – landscape and maintenance of perimeter and greenbelts, water and electric for landscape areas maintained by the City. Seawall repairs and maintenance expenses also come from this assessment.
Our HOA is a little different
Are ADUs allowed in Mandalay Bay - Channel Islands Waterfront Homes? NO [read more]
Within the City of Oxnard, Accessory Dwelling Units are not currently allowed in the Coastal Zone.
- The CCC staff encouraged us, and other coastal cities, to allow ADUs within the Coastal Zone. CCC staff suggested that we look at Santa Cruz’s ADU Coastal regulations which provide ADU restrictions / reasons for denial based on lack of parking.
- As part of the Housing Element, City staff did not propose and City Council did not provide direction to amend our LCP to allow ADUs in the Coastal Zone.
- For any additional questions regarding ADUs, please contact Planning Manager, Scott Kolwitz, at 805-385-3919.
Are animals allowed off-leash in the area of Mandalay Channel Islands Waterfront Homes? NO
Oxnard City Code Section 5-42 requires dog to be on a leash. All dogs must be under the control of the guardian at all times.
SEC. 5-42. DOG LEASHING REQUIRED.
No person shall permit any dog owned, harbored or controlled by that person to be on any public beach, street, sidewalk, alley, park or place of whatever nature open to and used by the public unless the dog is securely leashed, and the leash is continuously controlled by a responsible person capable of controlling such dog or unless such dog is securely confined in a motor vehicle.
Please be a responsible pet owner and abide by the law. Violations are a minimum penalty of one hundred dollars ($100.00).
*Animal Safety Office*
251 South C Street (second floor of the Police Department)
Oxnard, CA 93030
Monday – Friday (8:00am-5:00pm)
*To report animal safety related calls for service (including after hours and on weekends):*
For animal related calls: (805) 385-7640
For animal related emergencies: (805) 385-7786
Are Short Term Rentals (STRs) Allowed in Mandalay Bay - Channel Islands Waterfront Homes?
The answer to this is maybe… but there are specific requirements.
If you have any questions you can email us through the contact form.