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Can I make changes to the exterior of my house?
You can, but you must apply through the HOA and be approved before you begin work on the changes. You can find the applications for these changes under the “Architectural Documents” section of your HOA communities page.
Can I park my RV, boat, camper, trailer, etc at my house?
The CC&R’s for the Association do prohibit parking/storage of RVs, boats, campers, trailers, etc within the boundaries of the Association.
Can I put my political signage in my yard?
According to the CC&R’s for the community, no signage, except for “For Sale” signs, are allowed in the community. However; the Idaho House of Representatives recently passed Bill 503, which effectively restricts HOA’s from prohibiting the display of political speech on a homeowner’s private property. While the Association can no longer enforce these violations due to this Bill, we do ask that you be considerate of your neighbors when choosing to display your signage.
How do I submit a common area maintenance request or work order?
Simply fill out the form on our site and we will process your request!
If I have a neighbor violating the HOA rules and I want to report them, how do I do that?
You can report a HOA violation by using our online form found here.
Are dues optional? What happens if I do not pay them?
No, HOA fees are not optional. Every homeowner must pay them. Your quarterly payments are due within 15 days of the billing date. A late fee of 1.5% per month applies for past due methods.
The HOA is a legal entity with the power to take legal actions such as reporting non-payers to collection agencies or filing small claims in extreme cases.
When are fees due?
Why do we have a HOA?
The HOA exists to help maintain the community aesthetics, upkeep common areas, and provide a governing body to help maintain harmony between neighbors. Your dues specifically go towards:
- Landscape and Grounds Maintenance for common areas, specifically:
- Spraying of Weeds
- Sprinkler Repairs
- Irrigation Control
- General maintenance
- Irrigation clock maintenance
- Entry and street lighting maintenance
- Tree care
- Common Area Property and Liability Insurance
- General association management:
- Postage and printing
- Accounting/management costs (including CPA)
- Common area property taxes
- Fund reserves for upcoming maintenance
What are CC&R’s?
These are the legal regulations your HOA must abide by:
What are Bylaws?
The Bylaws explain how the HOA works. You can read them here: