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  • Willie Delos Santos Jr.


    May 9th, 2019

  • Tom K

    Mostly quiet!
    Feb 17th, 2018

  • Raven Devious


    Dec 20th, 2016

  • Tania King

    In our first day in the house, we parked our cars right in front of our place for unloading a few things; when we went back outside, our TWO cars had been towed. Why? They said we were parked in a fire lane. The truth? Cottonwood keep a discolored fire lane sign (50 yards away from our house), so people won't notice it, and their business partners of Quality towing (who go spinning around the complex, all the time, looking for something to fish) wait for you to go in the house to tow away your car. The result? Profits for both of them. This has a name: Rogue Towing.
    Jun 21st, 2016

  • Teri Harrington

    I was visiting my friend who lives in this community a few weeks ago and had parked in a spot on a side road (was there the night before as well and had seen someone else park there the night before), and I'd looked around to see if there were any no parking signs, and there weren't, so I'd assumed it was safe. The nearby visitors parking spaces were full, and I was in a lot of pain having just been to the ER 2 days prior, so I didn't want to walk far either and thought that since it wasn't in the way of anything or anyone, and that it was unmarked, that it was safe. Well I was there literally 15 minutes, & before I could even ask my friend when I came in if it was safe to park there, I heard a sound like what the dump trucks make when backing up, but then it occurred to me that that was impossible & it dawned on me that it was right out front and probably a tow truck. I came outside to look and saw the tow truck w/my car already loaded & just pulling away, and as I started pleading to him yelling "Stop! Wait!", He looked me in the eye in kept going...as I was running after him down the road - in excruciating pain already - he just kept going. I was informed the tow company does this all the time where they make their rounds all night trying to catch people. So my friend drove me down to the tow yard, we beat the tow driver there and even waited an hour until midnight for him to show up, and it cost me $321.12 to get my car out. This included a so-called $50 "after hour" fee. Good job guy, hope you enjoy a few more Big macs between jobs on that dirty commission $ you're making ya heartless scumbag. And the girl at the the tow yard was a total *itch. Rude snotty attitude cause they know you're at their mercy. This HOA should be utterly ashamed of themselves. And there is NO phone to call to try to appeal to anyone in regards to putting up more f'n signs so this doesn't keep happening to people. I only found out AFTER the fact that the curb was painted red' but at night YOU CAN NOT SEE IT AT ALL. And the sign they had was ACROSS THE STREET WHERE YOU CAN'T SEE IT EITHER!!! I'm not letting this go. I'm gonna find someone who will listen and do something about this & try to get my $ back - maybe a call to a news station that can look into this and bring attention to this ridiculous racket that this tow company - in cahoots w/the HOA - is running!
    Apr 13th, 2018

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Cottonwood HOA

Cottonwood HOA is located at 5508 Cactus Thorn Ave in Las Vegas, Nevada 89118. Cottonwood HOA can be contacted via phone at (702) 252-4448 for pricing, hours and directions.

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Q What is the phone number for Cottonwood HOA?

A The phone number for Cottonwood HOA is: (702) 252-4448.


Q Where is Cottonwood HOA located?

A Cottonwood HOA is located at 5508 Cactus Thorn Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89118


Q How is Cottonwood HOA rated?

A Cottonwood HOA has a 2.0 Star Rating from 7 reviewers.

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Willie Delos Santos Jr. on Google

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Tom K on Google

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Raven Devious on Google

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Tania King on Google

image In our first day in the house, we parked our cars right in front of our place for unloading a few things; when we went back outside, our TWO cars had been towed. Why? They said we were parked in a fire lane. The truth? Cottonwood keep a discolored fire lane sign (50 yards away from our house), so people won't notice it, and their business partners of Quality towing (who go spinning around the complex, all the time, looking for something to fish) wait for you to go in the house to tow away your car. The result? Profits for both of them. This has a name: Rogue Towing.


Teri Harrington on Google

image I was visiting my friend who lives in this community a few weeks ago and had parked in a spot on a side road (was there the night before as well and had seen someone else park there the night before), and I'd looked around to see if there were any no parking signs, and there weren't, so I'd assumed it was safe. The nearby visitors parking spaces were full, and I was in a lot of pain having just been to the ER 2 days prior, so I didn't want to walk far either and thought that since it wasn't in the way of anything or anyone, and that it was unmarked, that it was safe. Well I was there literally 15 minutes, & before I could even ask my friend when I came in if it was safe to park there, I heard a sound like what the dump trucks make when backing up, but then it occurred to me that that was impossible & it dawned on me that it was right out front and probably a tow truck. I came outside to look and saw the tow truck w/my car already loaded & just pulling away, and as I started pleading to him yelling "Stop! Wait!", He looked me in the eye in kept going...as I was running after him down the road - in excruciating pain already - he just kept going. I was informed the tow company does this all the time where they make their rounds all night trying to catch people. So my friend drove me down to the tow yard, we beat the tow driver there and even waited an hour until midnight for him to show up, and it cost me $321.12 to get my car out. This included a so-called $50 "after hour" fee. Good job guy, hope you enjoy a few more Big macs between jobs on that dirty commission $ you're making ya heartless scumbag. And the girl at the the tow yard was a total *itch. Rude snotty attitude cause they know you're at their mercy. This HOA should be utterly ashamed of themselves. And there is NO phone to call to try to appeal to anyone in regards to putting up more f'n signs so this doesn't keep happening to people. I only found out AFTER the fact that the curb was painted red' but at night YOU CAN NOT SEE IT AT ALL. And the sign they had was ACROSS THE STREET WHERE YOU CAN'T SEE IT EITHER!!! I'm not letting this go. I'm gonna find someone who will listen and do something about this & try to get my $ back - maybe a call to a news station that can look into this and bring attention to this ridiculous racket that this tow company - in cahoots w/the HOA - is running!


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