Community Association

Solera News and Updates


Thank you for visiting the Solera at Anthem Community Association website. We're glad you're here! is your home for all things Solera. Navigate the site using the menu buttons above and discover all the great things happening in our 55+ community. Looking for something in particular? Enter text into the search bar at the bottom right of any page. You also may sign up for the Solera eBlast using the link at the bottom left to receive special email announcements.

You'll find contact information for the Solera Board of Directors and our experienced team of FirstService Residential community managers using the "PEOPLE" drop-down menu at the top of the page. 


Fitness center orientation and personal training sessions will be discussed at the presentation
Saturday, August 20 at 11:00 a.m. in the Stardust Ballroom. Please sign-up at the Clubhouse front desk if you're interested in attending.

Click or tap the pencil icon below to navigate directly to the Fitness Instructor page.

If you have any question, please email Sandi Anderson or Dominique Jordan.

Avoid violations letters

One of the primary benefits of living in an HOA is that there are guidelines for the maintenance and appearance of the properties within the community.  When properties fall below the standards, violation letters are sent to the residents. Often, the resident is not aware of the requirement, or sometimes, they just haven’t got around to getting the work done.  


Being aware of the standards and performing the necessary maintenance in a timely manner will alleviate the violation from being registered. For a handy brochure highlighting many of the common violations, click on the INFORMATION tab above, and then HELPFUL LINKS tab and the PDF for Helpful Information for Solera.


Here is the violation information for the month of May and should prompt you to get things done before they become a problem. 
We sent 78 first notices and 16 second notices.

These were the top violation categories:
Weeds - 12
Address Plaque Needing Repair - 14
General landscape (Dead plants/trees, rake leaves, trim palm fronds, etc) - 23
Repaint Trim - 4
Rake leaves/debris - 5

Trash cans left out  - 5
Unsightly Items - 5
Performing exterior modifications without ARC approval - 3

Solera Star sneak peek!

The June 2022 issue of Solera Star, the monthly publication of Solera at Anthem Community Association, is complete and soon will be delivered to your mailbox. But, you can get a sneak peek at the magazine right here on! Click the cover image and start reading great stories written by your neighbors.


Newly added events galleries 

A new gallery page has been created for the Solera Derby Day, Aviators Game, & New Resident Orientation. Check out all the amazing photos we captured.

Click or tap the camera icon below to navigate directly to the Solera at Anthem Events Galleries page. If you would like to share your own photos from any past Solera at Anthem event, please email Sandi Anderson or Dominique Jordan.

Solera COVID-19 policy

The mandate requiring masks has been lifted in Nevada. Governor Steve Sisolak and the Clark County Board of Commissioners have issued the directive in accordance with new recommendations from the CDC. 


It is now optional to wear a mask/face covering in public indoor settings. The mask mandate was lifted on Thursday, February 10th. Thank you for all your cooperation over the past two years. We understand how difficult this has been for everyone. 

Your Solera Board of Directors and our Management Team will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation and adhere to all federal, state, and local directives. 


The Board of Directors and Management Team 

Please email all questions, comments, and concerns to:


For information about how to find a COVID-19 vaccine near you or helpful Nevada state resources, click here.


Summer landscape watering restrictions

With summer about to heat things up in Southern Nevada, residents and businesses are reminded that mandatory seasonal watering restrictions are in effect through August 31.The summer seasonal restrictions prohibit landscape irrigation between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Saturday, when water can be lost to intense heat and high winds; to avoid water loss, the SNWA recommends you water your landscape in the early morning hours before sunrise to reduce evaporation. Also, watering on Sunday is prohibited year-round. While the summer restrictions allow landscape watering up to six days a week for grass, residents should slowly “ramp up” lawn watering from three days a week as the weather gets warmer.  How long you water your landscape is equally as important. Water no more than 12 minutes per watering day. It’s recommended to run your system in three cycles four minutes each with an hour between each cycle. This will help avoid runoff and overwatering, which could result in costly water waste fines that go up to $1,280 for multiple offenses. 


To learn more about how often and how long to water, and for other important landscape watering tips, visit the SNWA website. 

Board of Directors

Joe Lightowler - President

Ken Sawyer- Vice President

Frank Nobel- Secretary

Marci Madine- Treasurer

Ray Carvajal - Director

Bob Waskowitz - Director

Ken Moser - Director


Board Meetings


 The next Board of Directors meeting will be held Wednesday, July 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the Stardust ballroom of the Community Center. This meeting will also be live streamed; virtual meeting information will be emailed out via the First Service Residential eBlast and posted at the Community Center.