Roads

Public Roads

In 1944,easements were granted creating the public roads within Indian HeadRanch. The easements extend beyond the currently paved roadways inseveral places. Here is the Public Road Easement. The extent of the right of way can be seen in the Record of Survey.

Publicaccess to the public roads within Indian Head Ranch is available alongan ungraded right of way south of Horseshoe Road. You can see this inthe parcel maps.

ThoughIndian Head Ranch Association is responsible for maintaining the public roads within Indian Head Ranch,it does not own the underlying land. The land is owned by individuallot owners.

In addition to the public easements, lot owners have private easements. You can see them in your lot(s)'s deed(s).


Access Road

Indian Head Ranch's "Access Road," sometimes called Galleta Parkway or Pine Tree Lane, is on a private easement granted to the owners of lots within Indian Head Ranch. The pines lining the Access Road are visible in the background of the photo above.

Though Indian Head Ranch Association is responsible for maintaining the Access Road, it does not own the underlying land and is not a party to the easement agreement. You can see this in the Access Road Easement Agreement. This agreement is dated September 4, 1980, whereas Indian Head Ranch Association was not incorporated until October 9, 1980: see the IHRA Articles of Incorporation.

The Access Road is open to the public with the permission of the owner:


See California Civil Code sections 1006-1009.

Note

Annotations, typically in red, have been added to some of the documents referenced above. They reflect my personal interpretation as do the comments above.

You may request the original records from the county. See theĀ Public Records page for more information.

Indian Head Ranch