Tuscany Hills is located near the Cleveland National Forest and Ortega Mountains in Lake Elsinore, one of the fastest growing cities in Riverside County. A city built upon creating lively and outdoor recreational activities for its citizens, Tuscany Hills is minutes from recreational areas and Southern California’s largest lake, Lake Elsinore, where residents can enjoy such activities as hiking, motocross, biking, shopping, and dining.
Contact Tuscany Hills
For after-hour common area emergencies, please call (951) 491-6866.
View Statement/Pay Bill
Keystone Pacific accepts association payments online. If you have questions about this service or your login information, please contact Customer Care at (949) 833-2600.
The Association page will provide you with quick links to useful documents relating to your community like Agendas, Architectural Documents, Rules & Regulations, and more.
Submit a Maintenance Request
See Something? Say Something! Please submit a maintenance request if you see anything in the community that requires attention.
News and Updates
2023 Annual Meet the Candidates
Here is your opportunity to meet, “in-person”, the Candidates for the upcoming Tuscany Hills Homeowners Association 2023 Annual Meeting & Election. Please see inside for details.
The heater will be turned on April 1, 2023, thru April 9, 2023 for Spring Break & the heater will be turned on May 29, 2023 thru September 5, 2023.
Welcome: We are Fully Open
See inside for the Tuscany Hills opening information.
HOA Assessments and COVID-19
Please see inside information regarding HOA assessments and COVID-19
Pool Open Announcement
Please see inside an announcement regarding the pool opening.
COVID-19 May 1st Update
The Tuscany Hills Board is committed to the health and safety of all Residents and has sought expert opinions to determine the best course of action when it comes to safely re‐opening common areas and facilities. Based on the recommendations and advice to date, the Board considers it a health and safety risk and therefore will continue to keep the common area and facilities closed. Once protocols by government agencies are in place that we can adopt, we will be able to re‐open.