Subsidiarity is a principle that refers to the idea that decision-making and responsibility should be delegated to the most local or decentralized level of authority possible. It is often associated with political and governance systems, particularly in the context of federalism and regional or local government.

The concept of subsidiarity is rooted in the belief that decisions are best made by those closest to the issues and individuals affected by them, as they have a better understanding of the local context and can tailor solutions to meet specific needs. By decentralizing decision-making and governance, subsidiarity aims to promote efficiency, responsiveness, and a sense of local ownership.

In the context of a HOA, subsidiarity is important in that you can have the most input to quality-of-life issues versus dealing with State and Federal government.

Please contact the HOA with any concerns.

Please also email us at so we can keep track of member concerns.

HOA phone number   949-248-4300
Dana Pacific Management Services
32565 Golden Lantern B370
Dana Point, California   92629

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