Mutual Nine (9) ranks among the highest in resident satisfaction among the 16 Mutuals in Leisure World. “Everything is fine in Mutual Nine”.
We are proud of our motto and strive to maintain our reputation with a friendly atmosphere, keeping our surroundings maintained in excellent condition; with a quick response from our directors for resident needs.
Our directors, many of long time standing, work together for the good of residents residing in the 384 units in our Mutual with an understanding of resident needs. Of the 6,608 units comprising 16 Mutuals of Leisure World we maintain an excellent reputation as one of the friendliest and best maintained. Check us out!
|Important COVID-19 Information – Click links below to read documents.
FAQ (frequently asked questions) document and Food Resources.Seal Beach PD – Help prevent the spread of COVID-19
|02/21/2021 – February Board Meeting Minutes (Draft)
The minutes from this month’s meeting are now available.
|02/21/2021 – February Board Meeting Agenda
The agenda for this month’s meeting is now available.
|M09-229 Manhole Sewer Failure
Click the link above to see photos of the manhole sewer failure.
|Arbor Pro Video
Click the link above to watch the Mutual 9 Arbor Pro video.
|Leisure World – Independent Living Article
Click the link above to read an independent living article.
|07/06/2020 – July Special Meeting & Town hall
The special meeting is at 9:15am and town hall is at 9:30am. Click above for more info.
|05/11/2020 – Tree Inventory Management
Click the link above to view the tree inventory management discussion.
|May 22, 2020 – Election Postponement notice
Please click the link above regarding the Elections Postponement
The Mutual 9 board meets on the 4th Wednesday of each month in Clubhouse 3, Room 9 at 9:00am. In these meetings we discuss the next month’s agenda. All Mutual 9 shareholders are welcome to attend.
|Help keep your fees low!
Avoid using the washers and dryers during peak times (Monday through Friday, 12:00pm to 6:00pm). It costs our Mutual twice as much electricity than during non-peak hours.
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